I've read the previous eleven books in this series but this is my first "listen" and I loved it. Lorelei King did a great job of nattating "Twelve Sharp"! It's so easy to get lost in the Stephanie Plum character. Janet Evanovich is such a good story teller. Can't wait for number 13!
Okay....here's the deal..I want to BE Stephanie Plum..and that's it!
The men in her life are fabulous! The crisis in her daily life is hysterical. Her family is a hoot and Janet Evanivich keeps us smiling, laughing and excited all at the same time. After 11 on Top I waited with baited breath for 12 - didn't disappoint!
I simply loved it.
As always, Janet Evanovich has written with descriptive characters that we have gotten to know over the years. She has maintained that wonderful sense of humor. I was both entertained and captivated.
I've listened to all the Stephanie Plum books available on Audible and thouroughly enjoyed this one. Each of the characters continue to grow as we learn more about them. Please keep them coming Janet.
These characters continue to grow (although not older) and entertain. These are the best read books in the audio book business. Great performance by the author and the reader! 13 for good luck!
Love it, Love it, Love it! Lorelei King is a FANTASTIC reader. You just don't want to stop listening! Can't wait for Thirteen!
If you're a fan of Ranger, you'll love this one. We learn alot about the man of mystery and Stephanie actually acts like a half-way competent throughout most of the book. Could have done without Joyce Barnhart coming back into the series but I guess there are people who love to hate her.
What fun to follow Stephanie juggle between Ranger and Morelli which is a strong feature of this book. Her family, friends and skips continue to provide humor to keep you interested in the story line.
flat, humorless, but could have been the terrible lines she had
I listened to the 1st chapter, kept hoping it would improve, but just left me disgusted. vulgar, not funny book that depends on repeating 'whacking off in the multiplex" numerous times - I'm mystified why anyone would like this.