This book grabbed me from the first page and never let go. Stephanie Plum is one sassy, hysterically funny woman! I instantly connected with her. She isn't afraid to say what's on her mind and she'll get the bad guy if it kills her, which it almost does. The other characers are wonderfully three dimensional as well, and the one liner banter between her and Morelli can only make you wonder where it will all lead to.
She's a character you wish you could go out and have a drink with, because you know you'll be laughing all night long!
My aunt has been trying to get me to read this series for years. I joined PBS and saw these books referenced everywhere. Book 13 in the series came out so I figured, "Wow, must have a huge following." With a build-up like that, I expected to be let down when I finally caved in to read this. And I finished this book in one day. I absolutely loved it! Evanovich has a great way of being descriptive without making the reader's eye glaze over. The characters are so vivid and distinctive. Stephanie is a great lead - flawed, funny and real. Can't wait to read the next installment!
The first of a number of hilarious, entertaining books by Janet Evanovich. Stephanie Plum is the most interesting character I have come across in a long time. I highly recommend this and all the rest in this series.
The book seemed a little slow and dragged on some. I also didn't enjoy Stephanie Plum particularly. Her vocabulary was too rough for me. I guess it would be believable for a bounty hunter. The book was recommended to me, but I don't think I'll continue in the series.
Stephanie Plum is a lot of fun. Try her out as a companion for an evening and you will chuckle all the way through the book as Stephanie bumbles through her new career as a bounty hunter. This book is the first in a series, but thankfully, each book is a complete story with no cliff hangers for the next book.
This book was so funny I laughed out loud in several places. The ditzy stephanie is a joy to read, but I think my favorite character is her grandmother. The whole dinner table scene had me laughing so hard I almost cried.
This is the first in a series about a Jersey girl out of work who blackmail's her cousin into a job as a bounty hunter. She bungles everything but manages some success through it all with the help of fellow mysterious bad boy bounty hunter Ranger. Her bungling and not-so-smart choices provide great comedy. I couldn't stop laughing. This is not a romance novel.
I had been meaning to start the series a while back and I could kick myself for waiting so long. Now I'm addicted.
You gotta read this book! I usually read paranormal, historical romance and urban fantasy, oh and let's be honest deliscious smutty erotica! This is not a book I'd normally pick up, but I happened to grab it at a book exchange and boy am I glad I did. I have read 10 of the Stephanie Plum books so far and I love them. THey are so laugh out loud funny and I even find myself talking and reading them with a Jersey accent. I can't recommend this series enough no matter what type of genre you normally read!
Let's face it -- life has its moments of dreariness, fatigue and tragedy. This book? Does not. This wonderfully entertaining series will not challenge you or sadden you or "make you think." It will, however, amuse you and uplift you and make you laugh out loud.
This book is fun and hilarious. A great read that requires no deep thought or insight. Just a great story about a New Jersey detective and the crime she sets out to solve. It comes with many Jersey stereotypes, which enhances the fun of the book. I highly recommend it.
Normally I read suspense and mystery thrillers. I'm not much into light reads but this book literally made me laugh out loud. I would bust out laughing and start a new page and just bust out laughing again still thinking about the previous page. Stephanie is one funny, clumsy, airhead klutz with a funny kooky grandmother and neither should be allowed to hold a gun or drive a car. I had to hurry over to my box of books page and quickly order every single Janet Evanovich book ever wrote.
My Wife and I have been looking for this one for quite a while. Living in New Jersey and running Friends of the Library Book Sales, we have had no shortage of people looking for the beginning of this series, and recommending the series to us.
I would say this isn't the height of literature. It's gritty, course and quite disturbing in parts (though not too graphic). The comedy is in Stephanie Plum's character. New Jerseyans like the series for its geograpical references and realistic descriptions of life in the state.
It's certainly both an easy read and quite a page-turner.
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One for the Money is the beginning of a fun series. It you're looking for something deep and poetically written, this book isn't for you. If you are looking for a get away from reality and some slapstick fun, start here!
Great book, easy read and wonderful main character! Stephanie Plum is a funny, street wise, Jersey girl with a halarious outlook on life. I read this book for my book club. My name is Stephanie Plummer so we had to read a book about Stephanie Plum. Great light summer reading!
What a fun-loving quirky series. Enjoyed Evanovich's entire Stephanie Plum series and can't wait until #16 comes out. Stephanie gets into so much trouble because she is not a good bounty hunter. However, she still seems to figure out who "done it" in spite of herself. It took me a bit to get into her character since most of my mystery reads are from more serious crime writers. Evanovich's Plum series gives you a more light-hearted mystery. Fun read.
I had never read any of her books when I picked this one up. I thought I would start the series from the beginning. Incredibly quick read and I am looking forward to seeing what happens in book two. The author has a great use of humor.
Stephanie Pulm is not your average bounty hunter, she is very clumsy, she acts before she thinks and she does not have a "normal" family life. That is what makes her so funny. It took me a while to get into the story, but once I did I could not put the book down. I am looking forward to seeing what happens next in the second book in this series.
Out of work for months, with her savings gone and her car repossessed, Stephanie Plum is desperate enough to ask her cousin, Vinnie for a job. But the filing job had already been filled, so she decides to try her hand at bounty hunting. How hard can it be?
It turns out to be very difficult. Most of the criminals won't come when asked politely. And she did target Joe Morelli, a cop on the run trying to prove he was framed. Still, that huge paycheck and a shared past keep her focused on Morelli. But when boxer Benito Ramirez starts dogging her trail, she begins to suspect she's in over her head. Can she survive long enough to bring Morelli in?
I've heard a lot about these Stephanie Plum books but have never read one. I'm glad I did. The writing style is engaging and the pace fast. I had a hard time putting the book down and when I did I couldn't stop thinking about. When I finished it, I ordered the second in the series to see what would happen next to the main characters.
I now see why this series is so popular. The characters and storyline make for quick, light reading. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
Fun little mystery. Nothing life-changing, but a pleasant way to while away a few hours. The main character is a riot and the whole tale strikes just about the right balance between ass-kicking and funny. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Be forewarned that starting to read this book could start a serious addiction. I found myself at the library checking out every book in the series just so that once I finished one book, I could start on the next.
The situations that Stephanie Plum finds herself in are too comical. My favorite character has to be Ranger. Janet Evanovich must knows someone like this in real life to be able to portray this character so well.
This is definitely a book to read if you are looking for some good laughs.
This is a fun romp -- an interesting new character in the cozy mystery genre. Stephanie Plum is likeable, human, imperfect and a pleasure to "follow." Just enough peril to keep it interesting, without being a horror show. Pleasant fun, with a satisfying "tease" of more to come.
I have just discovered the Evanovich humor and entertainment in her book series. She comes up with the most hilarious and frisky situations with her cast of characters. I will see the movie soon and am now into #2.
This book was great. It had a lot of humor and a lot of suspensful moments. Had a lot of everything really! Stephanie Plum is hysterical, but at the same time one tough chick! You think she has no idea what she's doing, but totally surprises you with her actions.
I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
After hearing about these books forever, I decided to try them. It was quite good. I am looking forward to reading the next in the series. Suspenseful, interesting and enough character depth to keep this going for a long time. I am hooked
My new obcession!! I can't get enough of Stephanie, her crew and their antiics! This is a total departure from what a normally read and I can't read fast enough.
When Stephanie is up against a wall newly divorced, unemployeed and broke she finds a way to make ends meet, bounty hunting. If that isn't enough her first assingment, a guy from her past, Joe Morelli. Hot hunk of Italian stud who took her virginity and broke her heart and she's never forgotten. Trying to bring him in wasn't easy and lead her into a mystery envloving some shady characters. She and Joe end up working together to prove his innocense before he surrenders to her so she can collect the bounty.
Couldn't put it down had to know how Steph was going to get her man! It was seemed pretty unlikely wtih her help, Grandma Mazur. The electicity between Joe and Stephanie was pretty hot. Loved it!
Stephanie is laid off and broke, so she goes to her cousin Vinnie for work as a bounty hunter. She takes on a big case thats way over her head and lands herself in the middle of real trouble. She asks Vinnies skilled bounty hunter, Ranger, for help to catch Joe Morelli and land herself a $10K reward for the bond. I enjoyed this book very much. It was cute and funny and had loads of entertainment and action. Each chapter was like another adventure.
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to continuing with the series. It is easy to read and full of comedy while also including situations that are scary and suspenseful. The main character is easy to relate to with her sassy, stubborn attitude.
Daysha H. (curyo) reviewed One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, Bk 1) on
This book was easily consumed, written in a relaxed style with a tone of familiarity. It was entertainingly as ridiculous as real life can sometimes be. It was a fast, fun read and I look forward to following the misadventures of Stephanie Plum.
This is the first book in a great series by Janet Evanovich. This series is about a young woman from New Jersey, Stephanie Plum, who becomes a bounty hunter. Janet is a great writer, and all her books are very funny and enjoyable to read!
Michelle S. reviewed One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, Bk 1) on
I enjoyed this book. It kept my attention from the beginning. I love the Stephanie Plum character she is not your typical got-it-all together crime solver. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
This is a great intro into the series! I started this book on a Tuesday and finished it on Thursday because I couldn't put it down! I was laughing outloud at some points of the story and hiding under my blanket during others. The characters are fantastic and even though they have some rough edges. I can't wait to start on the second book!
Modesty S. reviewed One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, Bk 1) on
This is a great 1st book to the series! A must for anyone who wants to laugh and see themselves as Stephanie...clumsy...trying to make a go of it and having bad hair days! Its laugh out loud funny and only gets better from here :)
I thought this book was just ok...after reading so many good reviews of how funny it was, I guess I expected a really good read. I did find it amusing at times, but nothing that kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to read more...like you do with a really good book. I continued to read it hoping to find out what everyone else was raving about, but sadly, I can not say that I found it.
This book was loaned to me by a co-worker and I am SO grateful that she did!! I used to be an avid reader when I was younger, but getting married, having kids and all that goes with the daily grind of life put that love of reading on the back burner. My co-worker knew I would love this book (and series) and this book is what actually rekindled my love for reading! I couldn't put this book down until it was done. It is definitely a series that you will want to read in order if you intended to read them all, but any one of the books are a good stand alone read.
** WARNING ** You WILL need book two and three handy if you sit down to ready this one! It is such and easy and pleasant read that you will finish it in no time flat and will want to jump right into the next one. I always carried the next copy with me because I never knew when I would finish it or where I would be when I did. I was a schooldbus driver at the time and when you are sitting waiting for the kids to come to the bus or take a school trip, you can't be without the next one!
Loved this book. Can't wait to read the next one. It's about a woman who takes a job as a bounty hunter to make money and ends up with some crazy stuff happening. Lots of excitement going on. This book is a mystery with a little bit of everything going on. Great read!!!
Loved this book! I read it straight through in 2 days. I wanted to keep reading to find out what was going to happen next. I could really relate with Stephanie Plum and loved her gutsy character! Can't wait to read the next book!
This book was really good. Very funny:) It was a Mystery/Thriller/Humor mix. Very excellent.
Stephanie Plum finds herself in a bit of bad luck; until she goes and picks up a job with her cousin as a bounty hunter. How hard can it be? She finds out that the first person on her list is Joe Morelli; the boy next door.
As she looks into the capture; she finds herself being drug deeper into a mess she didn't anticipate.
This was diffanitly a fun book and easy read. I liked it and can't wait for the next book of the series.
you MUST read these books. Ihave never laughed so hard in my life! I am currenly on book #9 and still alughing! I recomend you read them in order as there are referances to previous characters and there is a bit of a story line that carries from book to book. I promise you will find these funny!
In this book, the first of the Stephanie Plum series, we meet Stephanie Plum, a lady who is looking for a new job since she lost her old job as a lingerie buyer. Unable to find any other job, she ends up in her cousin Vinnie's office. He is a bail bondsman and she becomes a bounty hunter.
She's got no idea how to do the bounty hunting gig but she has no money, loses her new car to repossession and has started to hock all her small appliances to stay afloat. She finds out there is a large reward for Joe Morelli, with whom she has a small history that started in his father's garage and resulted in, many years later, her running him over with her father's Buick. Now he's back in her life as a bail jumper and she's ready to bring him in. Except she's not sure how to do it. In the mean time, she is learning the ropes on small time jumpers and getting tips from Ranger, another bounty hunter. She's also run afoul of the local boxing champ, who turns out to be a crazy psycho who gets his kicks from hurting and degrading women. So, she's chasing Morelli while she has look over her shoulder to make sure the boxer doesn't get her first.
It was a funny read. Some of the humor seemed a bit forced. But there it was still enough to keep me turning the pages and there were a few times I'd laugh out loud and get strange looks from my husband. Stephanie seemed "real" and I could relate to her. I didn't get her connection to Morelli. The chemistry just wasn't happening for me. There were a few times in the book when I was just like "MACE HIM ALREADY!!" But alls well that ends well. She collects her "body money" and solves the crime at the same time. The ending was a not as predictable as I thought it was going to be. On to book 2.
This was a book that I just had to keep so that I could re-read it. Even after a second time, it's still quite funny. It was nice reminiscing over scenes I forgot from the first time around, but I don't think I laughed as hard as I did the first time that I read this book. Still, it's something that definitely must be read once.
Starting with number ONE, the Stephanie Plum series is well worth reading. These books are "laugh out loud" and down-to-earth type books easily read and hard to put down. Most of us can relate to Stephanie if we tried to be bounty hunters. Give them a try!
My wife claimed these books were "laugh out loud." I did on occasion and, despite being an easy read, I did enjoy the book. Stephanie is a great character that I look forward to following in the future.
A good easy read with a tight plot. The first book in the Stephanie Plum series. She gets her first taste of violence, vulnerability, and gun handling as a bounty hunter. Other characters are introduced that will become more intricate as the stories progress.
Michele M. reviewed One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, Bk 1) on
This book had been recommended by a friend who told me it was an easy read and laugh-out-loud funny. She was 100% correct. Stephanie Plum is a hilarious character and the story was engaging. I am looking forward to reading the next in the series.
What an engaging book! If it wasn't for having to work, I could have finished it in one sitting! Evanovich has a delighful balance of comedy and suspense. If you like Charlaine Harris books, you will most likely like Janet Evanovich books as well!
The characters in this book are funny and real. You can picture each of them in your mind. I laughed so hard at times I had to put the book down and then I couldn't put it down. For all her stumbling you can't help cheering Stephanie Plumb. Sometimes not knowing how to be a bounty hunter may be the best way to get your man.
This series was recommended to me by a friend. When I read the back cover, it didn't sound like my "type" of book. But I flew through the first book (One for the Money), literally laughing out loud! I have since read the second book in the series and can't wait until the third book arrives at my house!!! Try this series and you'll love it too!
The first in a series of so far 12 books on Stephanie Plum . I enjoyed this book so much that I have gotten most of the series to read. There is comedy, drama, murder,,you name it.. fun . It keeps on going.
Shana reviewed One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, Bk 1) on
It was an okay read. I guess I was a little disappointed after hearing how many people love this series. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I didn't start it with such high expectations. It was a quick read, and I'll probably try the second book in the series.
First in the series about Stephanie Plum, bounty hunter. The characters are wonderful and the suspense of wondering if Stephanie was going to make it thru yet-another misadventure kept me reading long into the night. Great series.
First novels this funny and self-assured come along rarely; dialogue this astute and raunchy is equally unusual. The gutsy heroine introduced here is Stephanie Plum of Trenton, N.J., a recently laid-off lingerie buyer who has no job, no car and no furniture. She does have a hamster, a deranged grandmother, two caring parents and several pairs of biking shorts and sports bras. Finding work with her cousin Vinnie, she becomes a bond hunter and scrounges money enough to buy a gun, a Chevy Nova and some Mace. Her first assignment is to locate a cop accused of murder. Joe Morelli grew up in Stephanie's neighborhood. Possessed of legendary charm, he relieved Stephanie of her virginity when she was 16 (she later ran over him with a car). In her search, Stephanie catches her prey, loses him and grills a psychotic prizefighter, the employer of the man Morelli shot. She steals Morelli's car and then installs an alarm so he can't steal it back. Resourceful and tough, Stephanie has less difficulty finding her man than deciding what she wants to do with him once she's got him. While the link between the fighter and the cop isn't clear until too late in the plot, Evanovich's debut is a delightful romp and Stephanie flaunts a rough-edged appeal.
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Stephanie Plum is so smart, so honest, and so funny that her narrative charm could drive a documentary on termites. But this tough gal from New Jersey, an unemployed discount lingerie buyer, has a much more interesting story to tell: She has to say that her Miata has been repossessed and that she's so poor at the moment that she just drank her last bottle of beer for breakfast. She has to say that her only chance out of her present rut is her repugnant cousin Vinnie and his bail-bond business. She has to say that she blackmailed Vinnie into giving her a bail-bond recovery job worth $10,000 (for a murder suspect), even though she doesn't own a gun and has never apprehended a person in her life. And she has to say that the guy she has to get, Joe Morelli, is the same creep who charmed away her teenage virginity behind the pastry case in the Trenton bakery where she worked after school. If that hard-luck story doesn't sound compelling enough, Stephanie's several unsuccessful attempts at pulling in Joe make a downright hilarious and suspenseful tale of murder and deceit. Along the way, several more outlandish (but unrelentingly real) characters join the story, including Benito Ramirez, a champion boxer who seems to be following Stephanie Plum wherever she goes.
The first in the Stephanie Plum series, and it's a real hoot! I'm a Jersey girl (although not from Trenton, or "the burg" as Stephanie calls it), and I think Ms. Evanovich gets the kick butt tone just right (and the humor is dead on, too).
This is the first book in the Stephanie Plum series. She becomes a bounty hunter for her sleasy cousin Vinnie. She takes the case of finding her old lover. This book is more humor than mystery, but hooks you on wanting to read the rest of the series.
Watch out, world. Here comes Stephanie Plum, a bounty hunter with attitude. In Stephanie's opinion, toxic waste, rabid drivers, armed schizophrenics, and August heat, humidity, and hydrocarbons are all part of the great adventure of living in Jersey. She's a product of the "burg," a blue-collar pocket of Trenton where houses are attached and narrow, cars are American, windows are clean, and (God forbid you should be late) dinner is served at six. Now Stephanie's all grown up and out on her own, living five miles from Mom and Dad's, doing her best to sever the world's longest umbilical cord. Her mother is a meddler, and her grandmother is a few cans short of a case. Out of work and out of money, with her Miata repossessed and her refrigerator empty, Stephanie blackmails her bail bondsman cousin, Vinnie, into giving her a try as an apprehension agent. Stephanie knows zilch about the job requirements, but she figures her new pal, fearless bounty hunter Ranger, can teach her what it takes to catch a crook. Her first assignment: nail Joe Morelli, a former vice cop on the run from a charge of murder one. Morelli is also the irresistible macho pig who took Stephanie's virginity at age sixteen and then wrote the details on the bathroom wall of Mario's Sub Shop. There's still powerful chemistry between these two, so the chase should be interesting. It could also be extremely dangerous, especially when Stephanie encounters a heavyweight title contender who likes to play rough. Benito Ramirez is known for his brutality to women. At the very least, his obsession with Stephanie complicates her manhunt and brings terror and uncertainty into her life. At worst, it could lead to murder. Witty, fresh, and full of surprises, One for the Money is among the most eagerly awaited crime novels of the season.
Trenton native Stephanie Plum is out of work, out of money, and her car is in repo-hell. She starts working for her perverted cousin Vinnie as a bail bondsman. Funny with characters that will grow on you as you proceed through this series.
Theinter actiion between Stephanie and her family is wonderful. The friction between her and the cop she has known all her life, you just know it is a matter of time before they in up together. You know, that love hate thing!
This is the "ONE" that started the hilarious Stephanie Plum series. If you haven't read them yet, you will be hooked. Stephanie is a Jersey girl who is a jail bond "person", she works with Ranger, the hunk. Other characters are her long time love, Stephanie's outrageous GrandMother and a mix of unusal people. You will love them all.
The Stephie Plum novels are the funniest books I have read in a long time. Just gotta love Grandma Mazur - Stephanie lands a gig at her sleazy cousin Vinnie's bail bonding company. She's got no experience. But that doesn't matter. Neither does the fact that the bail jumper in question is local vice cop Joe Morelli. From the time he first looked up her dress to the time he first got into her pants, to the time Steph hit him with her father's buick, Morelli has spelled TROUBLE. And now that hot guy is in hot water....wanted for murder.
Enjoyable and fast read. The 1st of the Stephanie Plum Series. It helps to understand the rest of the series if you read this one first. Light and easy entertainment. I highly recommend, especially when you need a break from the serious dramatic reading.
First in this really good series. Introduces Stephanie Plum who is in dire straits financially and takes a job of a bounty hunter for her cousin Vinnie's company. Of course she knows nothing about suspect retrieval~~~true on the job training as she hunts for Joe Morelli, who incidentally was her first lover. Very good series
This book made me laugh out loud>
Stephanie Plum is so smart, so honest, and so funny that her narrative charm could drive a documentary on termites. But this tough gal from New Jersey, an unemployed discount lingerie buyer, has a much more interesting story to tell: She has to say that her Miata has been repossessed and that she's so poor at the moment that she just drank her last bottle of beer for breakfast. She has to say that her only chance out of her present rut is her repugnant cousin Vinnie and his bail-bond business. She has to say that she blackmailed Vinnie into giving her a bail-bond recovery job worth $10,000 (for a murder suspect), even though she doesn't own a gun and has never apprehended a person in her life. And she has to say that the guy she has to get, Joe Morelli, is the same creep who charmed away her teenage virginity behind the pastry case in the Trenton bakery where she worked after school.
Well worth the hype. I was caught up from the very first page. This is a great story with a great, spunky main character. There was never a dull moment with Stephanie. Can't wait to read about all her other exploits. Ms. Janet is a great story teller who sprinkles thrills and comedy throughout to keep the reader entertained. I was thoroughly entertained.
I had been wanting to read the Evanovich series for quite some time, and I'm looking forward to the next one. The story was very entertaining, an easy read, and as a fellow Jersey girl, the cultural connotations had me laughing out loud.
Read the dynamite blockbuster that started it all! Funny & fast-paced. Grandma Mazur is the best! Grandma went to a funeral viewing wearing a pink and orange blouse, bright blue spandex shorts, white tennies, and stockings rolled just above her knee.
I never considered myself a mystery reader. That was until I read this book! You will laugh out loud at this book as well as double check the lock on the front door before you go to bed! It's a great book and easy read that will have you saying, "Oh, just one more chapter!" I am looking forward to following the series.
The first of the Stephanie Plum books Ms Evanovich catches you from the first sentence with edgy discriptions of a hot day in Jersey. then keeps you rivited and laughing; becareful when and where you read this book , if your in bed make sure your alone cause I guarentee you will wake up your partner with deep raucus laughter.
This first novel in the Stephanie Plumb sereis is a quick and easy read. The author is witty (though I didn't find the book to be as laugh out loud funny as I was told to expect). The way the characters interact with each other is easy and doesn't seem forced. The dialogue seems quite natural.
Often throughout the book I found that the dangerous situations that Stephanie got into were magically fixed. They almost always felt set up. Also towards the end of the book I felt that the author simply skimmed over important parts. As if the ending were rushed.
I do recommend this book to those who like something light and easy, just a little something to get your mind away from the everyday.
I really enjoyed reading One for the Money by Janet Evanovich!
Imagine jumping into a job where you stick out like a sore thumb, you fit in nowhere, and it's pretty much learn as you go. Well Stephanie Plum as just done all this and more after being canned as a discount lingerie buyer.
Hard up for cash and about to be evicted, Stephanie takes a job as a bounty hunter, and gets landed with Joe Morelli, the gorgeous, seductive, possibly murderous cop who once boinked her beside some eclairs!
I love the love/hate relationship between Plum and Morelli!
The book is written from Stephanie's point of view and it's one you can believe and maybe even see yourself in.
On her mission to find and capture Morelli and in turn collect her $10,000, Stephanie runs into some questionable and downright evil characters! I personally LOVE her Grandma Mazur! I imagine Betty White mixed with the grandmother from the Wedding Crashers!
All in the name of making a buck...what's a girl gonna do?
All in all, One for the Money is a great book and a great start to what I hope will be a great series!
For witty banter, delicious characters, and situations you can only laugh out loud about, this book is it!
If I HAD to find anything to complain about...I wasn't fussed how it ended so quickly. This is probably because it's part of the series and Janet Evanovich is leaving me wanting more. So, if this is why, it totally worked because I now can't wait to read the second book in the series, Two for the Dough!
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