Top 20 because I love all of the books in this series.
It is a typlical Stephanie Plum book. But, outside of this series, it reminds me of Susan Elizabeth Phillips book Call me Irresistible because of quick wit and fun romance.
This book made me laugh out loud.
These books are just very funny and just a fun read.
I love love love Lu Lu. She is just hilarious.
I think she does a wonderful job on all of the characters. I enjoy listening.
No, I can never listen to a book in one sitting. Kids......
Great story. Kept me wanting more.
Ranger was the star of this one. We learn more about his family and his past.
Lorelei King gives each character a voice that is unique and adds a whole new dimension to the story.
An avid audible book listener!
The performance makes the series!
Just imagine the hot Morelli and the scorching Ranger walking up to a grease covered Stephanie Plum, complete with Cluck in the Bucket hat, and tossing a coin to see who gets to clean her up! Ridiculous disasters and never ending wise cracks await the reader of Eleven on Top!
No, probably not. Too Typical
Not surprising. It is always fun to listen to the Plum series this one was just a bit dry. Still worth the read.
The scene that Stephanie is working at the dry cleaners.
Must read all
Janet E. is a good story teller. Just enough mystery to keep you from putting the book down.
her voice portrayals are so well done that you can
Yes, but I must sleep sometime
Janet Evonovich is one of my favorite authors. I will be reading and re-reading her books. I hope she never retires because I will never tire of her books.
I have listened to the whole series now and find them all to be very cute and funny. I will listen to them again one day I am sure.
This is the first Evonovich audiobook I have listened to and found it quite sophmoric. "Barbie" becomes a detective (between having sex or being offered sex) and is also surprizingly smarter than the professionals there to lead the investigation and protect her! The male characters only have one thing on their mind and solving the "dangerous" crime isn't it. I guess I just want more from a 'who dunnit' than Betty and Veronica lead on Archie and Jughead. Was it entertaining? If you like 3" deep water...
Give me Jonathan Kellerman!