Finding a kidnapped child is not Stephanie's thing. But Evelyn's grandmother lives next door to Stephanie's parents, and they're not about to see their neighbor lose her house because of the abduction.
Stephanie follows Annie and Evelyn's trail - and finds a lot more than she bargained for. Steven is somehow linked with the very scary Eddie Abruzzi. Trenton cop and on-again, off-again fiancé Joe Morelli, and Stephanie's mentor, Ranger, enter the scene, and because Stephanie needs Ranger's expertise, she accepts his help - even though it might mean paying some past debts.
Stephanie, Ranger, Lula, and Evelyn's lawyer/laundromat manager set out to find Annie. The search becomes a race among Stephanie's posse, the True Blue Bonds' agent, and the Abruzzi crew. And did we mention there's a killer rabbit on the loose?
This program is produced for mature audiences.
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"The things Evanovich does so well - family angst, sweet eroticism, stealth shopping, that stunning mix of terror and hilarity - are done better than ever here." (Booklist, Starred Review)
"Evanovich does it again, delivering an even more suspenseful and more outrageous turn with the unstoppable Stephanie." (Publishers Weekly)
Love this book, a continuation of the Stephanie Plum series. filled with action, love, and excitement. I would recommend this book to anybody
Janet Evanovich's numbered Stephanie Plum books are peopled by familiar characters in a familiar location. And written so well that they are not too predictable or boring. Good narration allows for some sound of Jersey, without it being a distraction.
Great narration and good job differentiating characters, but the voice of Ranger was so cheesy, it almost ruined the entire book for me.
Loved the book overall. So funny at times that I laughed out loud. I just struggled so much to get past the voice of Ranger. Even though the author depicts him to be such a masculine and sexy man of mystery, the voice that Lorelie King gives him made me barely like him.
Although the formula for Stephanie Plum's adventures can tend to be a bit pat and predictable, it is a formula that works and delivers. It's light entertainment balanced by just enough danger and each book has it's own unique twist. Evanovich's characters are both realistic and amusing. In this volume, the treat is that the sexual tension with Ranger reaches a peak.
Lorelei King delivers the best performance of all the readers involved with this series. At first I was bothered that neither Stephanie nor Joe have a New Jersey accent but the flow is excellent. King's delivery of Lula is priceless.
A book like this is great company on a long drive.
College Student that loves to listen to audio books!!!
Yes. I love to listen to Lorelei King narrate. She is so much fun and brings all the characters to life!!
I love Grandma Mazor and Lula and the mother of Stephanie Plum! They all three just crack me up!! ... and of course Stephanie!! :D
Yes! I listened to Seven Up with her narration and it was just as awesome as this one... actually I think this one is a little better!!!
Lost and Found
I think that Stephanie finally was intimate with Ranger. In other books, I always wished for she and Ranger to get really hot and steamy!
Typical Stephanie Plum ending, she wins in the end after all of her bumbling disasters and mishaps.
I am definitely a Stephanie Plum (Lorelei King) fan so far. I have read listened to several of her books now and I love them. I don't like the narration of Critt but I love King. This time she made Ranger sounded more Spanish than I have heard in other books; which was ok. But I like the macho-Ranger!
Annie's grandmother fear of losing her home to the bad guys.
I am a big Stephanie Plum fan and have ejoyed several of her audios read by King. This was good but not great! Too much blunders and weaknesses by Stephanie. I like the spunky Stephanie. Will continue with her books, love her~~~
This hard edged bounty hunter is read by a Connecticut College Ivy League girl. Like listening to Tiny Tim reading James Bond.
Another great book by Janet E. The thing is, we like Stephanie. If you are looking for skin crawling creepyness or heart pounding terror and realism, go somewhere else. If you are looking for a good girl with a good heart trying to find her way in life, Stephanie Plum fills the bill. Lorelei King is a great reader, and brings Stephanie and her friends, foes, and family to life.
I started this series with Lorelei King as narrator, so she is the voice of Stephanie for me. I was reading other reviews that liked CJ Critt better so I listened to a sample of the earlier books in the series. I thought CJ sounded like she was breathing very loudly between sentences (maybe it was the quality of the sample?) and Ranger sounded like a street thug. Lorelei makes Ranger sound sexier... like he's supposed to be. I guess it's just a matter of which narrator you get used to... but I would say don't write off Lorelei King because of other reviews...give her a chance. She's one of my favorites!
...and I love all the Janet Evanovich novels...even if they are predictable and have similar plots. They are still fun and make me laugh. Gotta love Lula!
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