Thursday, February 25, 2010
Fearless Fourteen: A Stephanie Plum Novel (audio)
I really enjoyed this one and was surprised by the ending. It had its usual hijinks of Stephanie and Lulu trying to take down some FTAs but not as many as usual. This one focused more on Ranger's security detail on the popstar, Brenda, a cross between Britney, Madonna, and Dolly Parton. Brenda was a great addition since she was so funny and her "stalker" Gary was hilarious. I love how Stephanie just accepts these people in her life and gives them sandwiches. That was so great. It was also funny how Brenda made Ranger nervous. You just don't get that from Ranger.
Lulu's decision to marry Tank so also a great subplot. I think it's funny that Tank is scared of Lulu and just lets her go on. I doubt that they will get married, but it's a fun thing to read. Grandma Mazer makes many hilarious appearances as does Mooner. It was a great book and I really thought I knew how it was going to end and I was wrong. So the predictability went out the window with this one.
Labels: adult fiction, audio books, Janet Evanovich, mystery, reviews, Stephanie Plum
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I love Janet Evanovich! I haven't read any of her romance stuff, but the Stephanie Plum novels are my favourite. I haven't listened to any of the audiobooks, I should check them out.ReplyDelete
Lorilei King does a great job with the narrating.ReplyDelete