Another great Stephanie Plum mystery. In this one, Ranger is implicated in a murder, and Stephanie can't help but try to help. Be sure to read this series in order, though. The characters and plotlines develop in progression through each one.
Once again Stephanie Plum is in deep, and she just keeps getting deeper..and funnier! I always think there's no way she can top herself, but Janet Evanovich just keeps getting better. It's like reading the Key Stone Cops, but with hot guys and crazed madmen, dogs named Bob and gun toting grandmothers and ex-hookers!
Ranger is missing, and some bad guys want Stephanie to bring him in, which she is not about to do. She spends her time trying to catch bail jumpers, destroying even more cars and getting herself set on fire.
Another hysterical read, I finished it in one day, and am ready for more hilarity in Stephanie's next adventure.
Sassy, cute, typical Evanovich. Stephanie has to figure out how to juggle her love life, her hunt for Ranger and solve her case all at the same time. Throw in a not-so-typical grandma and you've got a great read.
It seems as if only every other book in this series capture my attention. But at least we do know who was knocking on Stephanie's door.
In this sixth outing, Stephanie is hot on the trail of a guy that killed his wife and has a general dislike for all woman; and since Stephanie does seem to be of the girl variety, this makes for quite an interesting adventure. If only Ranger was available, but unfortunately Ranger has a couple problems of his own. Most importantly, Ranger has skipped on his own bail and now has two amateurs looking for him in addition to the infamous Joyce.
This comedy of errors only intensifies when Grandma Mazur decides to move in with Stephanie and Ranger makes a surprise visit.
This Stephanie Plum mystery/romp introduces Bob the Dog, and only one of the destroyed cars is Stephanie's. Grandma Mazur moves in, moves out, gets her driver's license, and the Romulans start a food fight.