As with all Stephanie Plum novels, you know what you're going to get. Wacky characters, harebrained schemes, outlandish outcomes, but all in all extremely entertaining and with an actual story line that, surprisingly, holds together despite the mayhem.
It's more of the bumbling Stephanie that we all love! The only thing I wish is that they lasted longer. I'm finished before I know it and waiting for number 20!
Lula always is my favorite, her voice and her attitude make me laugh all the time.
I want Stephanie to get together with Ranger again!
Liked: familiar series.. Least: overly silly.
A REAL person from New Jersey because there is a specific attitude and accent that the Stephanie Plum series claims to have.
Such a boring listen. Very difficult to stay interested. So much better to read because the narrator is like an assault on my ears!
Having listened to/read the entire series, number 19 was predictable but still a fun listen. Stephanie is such a believeable character and so funny!
If you liked the first 18 you'll probably like this. All your favorite characters are here, Stephanie is in all her usual messes, it will make you laugh. Lorelei King is wonderful. I love her voices. However, the entire book is just a few hours long and the story line is very simplistic. But then, we don't read these books for intellectual stimulation, do we? We read them for fun and this book is fun.
An avid audible book listener!
There are many laugh out loud moments in the series and this latest installment does not disappoint from that standpoint. If you are seeking the answer to that ultimate question: Cupcake or Babe.. keep looking.
Lorelei King's performances of Lula and Grandma Mazur just can't be beat.
Janet Evanovich is great at leaving the reader wanting more. This series is not ready to end as the characters still have much to tell us. Ranger is becoming more accessible and Joe more tolerant. How can a girl choose?
I love this book for the humour and the characters plus I like the plot and the great love of food.
I like the the triangle love story with Stephanie.
No this is the first. But I do like the accents and variety of voices for the characters.
Get ready to laugh sit back and enjoy the movie.
This book lives up to the previous novels.
Stephanie Plum, family, and friends are all the auditory version of Keystone Kops. The laughs never stop while Stephanie finds newer and more creative ways to bungle her Fugitive Apprehension Agent career.
Yet Stephanie always gets her man. Dead or Alive!
I'll have to admit that i missed the character of Joyce Barnhardt this time. Every book needs an antagonist and Joyce is #1 against Stephanie.
The continued progression of the relationships that Stephanie has with Ranger and Morelli. The author continues to do an exdellent job of maintaining the sexual tension that Stephanie has with each man. All the while she slowly pushes Stephanie toward what now seems her future. But who knows what the future will bring.
I love the consistentcy that Lorelei provides as the narrator. This is an obviously female-driven character role. Lorelei's narration provides the emotion and attitudes to Stephanie as well an emphasis in scenes that I would tend to overllok.
So much of the scenes are less WHAT is described than HOW it is described. Lorelei's narration adds that special attitude that Stephanie possesses. And her narration and voice inflections are amazingly consistent from book to book.
No extreme reaction. Just enjoyed another excellent book by Janet Evanovich. Six hours well spent and I look forward to the next adventure.
I just love Stephanie and her on-going struggle of who to choose -- Morelli or Ranger!
Lorelei brings all the characters to life like no other could ever accomplish.