This one is not as good as the previous ones in the series. It's missing a classic "Plum" moment. (You know, the one that keeps coming to mind and making you chuckle.) Still worth a read, though.
This was a great addition to the Stephanie Plum series. Stephanie is after Eddie DeChooch and he should be easy to take in. Of course, life is never that easy for Stephanie. The mystery in this one is actually quite messed up and funny at the same time. I wish I could see the conversation between Connie, Lula, and Stephanie that occurs near the end of the book. (Sorry, can't give any details!) I was giggling like mad just trying to imagine it! The tension between Ranger and Stephanie is crazy good in this one. A quick read that has humor, sexual tension, and a fascinating plot. I thought it was one of the best I've read so far.
If you have never read a Stephanie Plum novel, you are so totally missing out!! Absolutely hysterical books, you laugh out loud!
So, Grandma Mazur's boyfriend is Stephanie's new FTA. But he's mighty elusive for being so old and driving such a noticeable car.
Very funny and likeable characters that get more interesting with each book. Stephanie Plum and her family will keep you laughing. Very easy to pick up any book in the series and understand how they all fit together