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.
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This book was a fast listen. Love the characters. It reminded me a lot of Hard Eight. We see a lot more of Ranger in this book. Need I say more?
I hate that Stephanie never settles down with Morrelli but that's a writers choice.
I love the drama and mystery involved in finding out who the bad guy is and how to catch him.
She has a good voice, although I wish she would not give New York accents to people living in Trenton. I use to live in the area and we do not have New York accents.
It was and it wasn't. It was a good story but I still would have preferred reading it.
I don't really care for audio books that much. It's nice that I can listen to them while doing other things, but I would still prefer reading a good book.
My goodness! Am I reading the same book? "Twelve Sharp" is horrible. The writing is not very intelligent, the author just tries to keep you entertained by pedaling filth and sex.
Nor is the plot very original -- Stephanie likes two guys, and there are bad people after her -- sound like every movie ever? - yep!
Try Dick Francis, Dan Brown, Agatha Christie or someone else more original.