I thought this book was just a riot. It was a quick read and funny. As this is one of Evanovich's first books slightly reworked you can see certain characters that develope into the Stephanie Plum books.
Daisy is trying to finish her dissertation while doing a handful of odd jobs. She runs a paper route, she is a crossing guard, works at nursing home and does a little 5 minute radio slot on cooking for your pooches. When the regular traffic reporter becomes unavailable at the last minute Daisy begs for the job. While driving and reporting she runs over a drug dealer and finds herself in serious danger. So what does she do? Hire a gun toting geriatric grandmother who thinks the nursing home is just too boring of course.
I got this from the library as an audio book and tormented my poor husband with making him listen to it with me. Much to my delight, he enjoyed it as much as I did. We both laughed so hard, it really perked up our entire weekend. Since then, we've listened to the occasional audio book from this author. I really enjoy her books, whether reading or listening to them. If you get the chance to read this one or any of her other's, I would really recommend them!
Great characters in this book. Bob and Kevin had me laughing every time they were in a scene.
this is what I call a "teflon" book, nothing sticks to you, but just a great fun read!
Evanovich is always great