Jersey girl: listen to more in the Stephanie Plum series.
©2007 Janet Evanovich; (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
"Best-seller Evanovich is in top, quirky form....[she] proves once again that Stephanie Plum and her entourage are here to stay." (Publishers Weekly)
Queen of UTEE
Well..whats to say....if you love Stephanie and Joe and Ranger and all the other delicious characters in her day to day existence you'll just love the ongoing soap opera saga that is her life !
Since Janet says she always knows how her books will end I won't spoil it...even tho we always have our own opinions of what we'd like to have happen!!! tee Hee !
and now...we wait, with baited breath for #14 !
Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum's best book ever, laughed all day, I will have to listen to it again to hear the parts I was laughing too much that I missed some. I just wish it was longer. I can't wait for #14.
This was my first time reading a Stepanie Plum series book. I found it captivating and at times humorous. The combination styles between the author and narrator made for a great story. I will continue to purchase more in this series.
I've read the previous Plum books, but this is the first one I've gotten on audio, and it was really enjoyable. The narrator did a really good job. My main complaint of this series has been a lack of character growth, but it seemed a bit better this time. That quibble aside, if you've read the previous books, you know what to expect -enjoyable and fun with laugh out loud spots. Ranger fans will be pleased (go Ranger) and Morelli also plays a large part. Looking forward to fourteen.
This story is one example of where hearing the story can be more entertaining than reading the story. The 13th in the Plum series, if you don't count the holiday editions, LMT doesn't answer all the questions from the 12th book and certainly leaves you wanting more. While the reader may be disappointed with being left hanging on some plot points, the author is definitely building the story. Can't wait to see where she takes it!
I love Janet Evanoich's stories but Lorelei King is not a good narrator. CJ Critt is so much better but Janet decided not to use her any more.
Therefore I cannot listen to her on audio any more
As usual the ride with Stephanie is a hoot. No matter how ridiculous or how many cars Stephanie detroys I still find myself laughing out loud. We learn, still more, about Ranger and Tank in this book. As usual, Evanovich is flirting with the male ego's by allowing the relationship with Ranger to continue while Joe is still, very much, in the picture. The million dollar question, does Stephanie choose Mr. family man Joe or Ranger danger, the guy that 's not family man material???
Interesting that Joe is now seeing Stephanie as a woman capable of taking care of herself. Even more interesting who Stephanie called first at the end. This is why the Plumb series is so much fun. Keep'em coming Ms. Evanovich we love it all!!!
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