(Stephanie Plum 18)
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Janet Evanovich's novels are: 'Pithy, witty and fast-paced' (The Sunday Times); 'Non-stop laughs with plenty of high jinks' (USA Today); 'Razor-sharp' (Sunday Express). So don't miss EXPLOSIVE EIGHTEEN!
Stephanie's got a one-way ticket to trouble...
After a holiday from hell, Stephanie's heading back to New Jersey and life as a bounty hunter feeling worse than before. And that's before she finds out the man in the seat next to her was brutally murdered on their layover, and she may hold the key to his death.
With both the fake FBI and the real FBI on her tail, not to mention sometimes-boyfriend Morelli and more-than-a-mentor Ranger, Stephanie's beginning to wonder if she might need a holiday from it all...
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Good but losing zing factor
After following Stephanie for more than a decade (where my life has seen me change jobs several times, move interstate, take a husband, bear three children and find a new career) it's becoming tedious that she's not moving along with me. Or at all. Miss Plum's life - utterly implausibly - hasn't moved on one iota. And while the japes and the weirdly compelling ménage a trois that occupy her life are by no means plausible either, the reader is only willing to suspend disbelief so far. Come on, Janet! Take a risk and move Steph' on!!
Not enough closet scenes with Ranger!!!!
It's nice to be back with Stephanie and Lula, but come on Janet!! Where's the smouldering sexual tension, the relentless Ranger pursuits of Stephanie and that alluring smell of Bulgari? Wanted more details of the spa trip ... And so much more. :-( Disappointing but still worth reading. Just don't hope for much more of an advance of where it left off last time, or the time before, or the time before that.
Time to end the series
Unfortunately the book starts out great but comes to a rather boring ending. I think it's time to wrap up Stephanie.
There are some hilarious moments with Lula and it's definitely worth reading, but the formula is getting a little stale :(