[Reviews] Takedown TwentyStephanie Plum's holding pattern has perhaps never been less charming, or less substantial.
[Reviews] Notorious NineteenNot quite a complete return to form for the series, but a good enough read anyway that fans should enjoy it.
The worst book in this series that I've yet read. I hope I get to look back on it as the obvious low point, not a sign of things to come.
If your least favorite part of Janet Evanovich's books about bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is her inability to decide between two hunks--police officer Joe Morelli and shadowy security specialist Ranger--then I have bad news for you. That's practically all "Smokin' Seventeen," the seventeenth installment in the series, is concerned about exploring.
Stephanie Plum continues to have outrageous adventures that are a decent way to pass the time.
"Sizzling Sixteen" feels like acknowledgment by its author, Janet Evanovich, that Stephanie Plum and her friends have fallen into a bit of a routine. So the novel introduces some interesting twists that have the potential to change how the bail bonds business where Stephanie works does business... permanently.
This time around, Stephanie and her friends are downright saucy!
"Finger Lickin' Fifteen" sounds like a nonsensical title, but it actually makes sense when you consider one of the main plot points in the book, as well as the fact that it is the fifteenth installment in Janet Evanovich's series of novels about bounty hunter Stephanie Plum.
This is a typical adventure for Stephanie Plum and her friends, for whatever that might be worth to you...
"Fearless Fourteen," the fourteenth installment in Janet Evanovich's series about bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, isn't as fearless as the title suggests. It sticks close to the formula that has worked so well up to this point, and so the question isn't whether the novel is readable or even fairly good. The question is whether it is great.
                                                            
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