Jersey girl: listen to more in the Stephanie Plum series.
©2008 Evanovich Inc.; (P)2008 Macmillan Audio
"Evanovich's series is as addictive as Fritos....Evanovich serves up consistently craveable goodies." (People)
"Chutzpah and sheer comic inventivenessâ�?in addition to good fun, the Evanovich/Plum books serve as a nice antidote to everything in pop fiction today." (The Washington Post)
"No less than her plotting, Evanovich's characterizations are models of screwball artistry. The intricate plot machinery of her comic capers is fueled by inventive twists." (The New York Times)
Evanovich writes about a gal, Italian to her toes, Jersey born and bred, hot for her first grade boyfriend turned cop and about three other guys.
Wait, how come the reader lacks the accent that tells the reader what Plum is all about. She's good, this reader, she enunciates, keeps you awake and is coherent but there's no Jersey, no garlic, no Italian, no lust and spitfire.
This story is more about Stephanie, Lula, Grandma Mazur and Diesl. I have read all the numbered Stephanie Plum and it is as good as those.
Janet Evanovich is definately one of my top favorite authors and as always I throughly enjoy Stephanie Plum. Some are better than others I know, but, regardless, I can't wait for the next.
I really love this series because it's so well read, and because it always makes me laugh out loud. We need to laugh -- it's good for us:-) No great mysteries or character development, and eventually, the idea is going to peter out. But good listening for now.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. It takes on a different tone that reading it. I found that when reading the book, the profanity did not bother me but actually hearing the "f" word quite a few times while listening to the book really put me off the story.
This book was short and entertaining. I like the seasonal books with Diesel. It’s a break from the more serious books but gives an update on everyone’s lives.
The "between-the-numbers" books are to try and keep the Stephanie Plum fans at bay. This one was better than the last, I thought. It has its funny moments. I was impressed that Janet Evanovich even included Joe and Ranger. Usually that doesn't happen. As male characters go, Diesel is a little strange for me. Lorelei King does a nice job, as usual, with narration. This is a fluffy 3 hours with a few good laughs but I'm waiting for the next "number book".
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