Looking for pure entertainment, I downloaded this book to listen to on a long road trip. I have read all of the Stephanie Plum Novels, they are a little predictable but always funny and entertaining. The narrator did an amazing job with all of the unique voices for the characters. I especially loved the voice for Lula.
Love listening to Janet's books by Lorelei King. She really adds the feelings and expressions of the characters.
nothing really new but the same quality we have come to expect. Great entertainment!
This is an ok story and moves along nicely. I did get a little lost every once in a while and had to go back.
The whole mobile office and all the bodies
Versatile, Effective, Pronounced.
Yes, and I did. Went back a couple times to re-listen but still one shot.
I read a number of negative reviews complaining of "same ol' thing" in plot. I found this plot far more engaging than others with Stephanie experimenting with emotions and behaviors that showed considerable courage and growth in her own way. So Stephanie is a little slow learning when to and when not to trust... Seems the 'burg did her few favors in growing up with outdated role expectations. It's no wonder her situations bore people or make them uncomfortable. As is normal, though, we blame the story for creating unidentifiable discomfort within our own psyches. Either you'll like the book for what it represents or you won't. Looks like it's a hot or not book with no warm in-betweens.