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[ Read Online Notorious Nineteen Õ american-novels PDF ] by Janet Evanovich ✓ I hate myself Not because I read this book No, see, it s like the fact that I read this book is evidence that I obviously hate myself.
No growth No change I don t really expect either of those things to happen, but I keep hoping.
And as much as I hate myself for admitting it, Stephanie Plum stuffing a body into a car trunk is still funny None of the rest of the reoccuring themes are still funny, but I did laugh at that one I m sure it wasn t all to do with the beer And it won t be funny the next time Hear me, Evanovich Just because I laughed twice doesn t mean I want to see it over and over and over and over again.
on the list only because i ve invested than enough of my time on this serieswhat s a few hours will stephanie finally decide not a chance in hell and i really think it s time to let go of the whole Morelli Ranger Stephanie sexual tension nonsense that went away about 7 books ago now it s just sexual stupidity, with a side of slut but who am i to judge but honestly, that theme is older than grandma mazur for crying out loud give us a new character or something to care about As always, i m sure our heroine will blow up a few cars, lose an elderly FTA out a second story window multiple times , fall down than a toddler learning how to walk, trek her granny to the funeral home so she can pry open another closed casket before attacking the complimentary cookie tableall the while steph will pound down of her usual hip widening donuts while greasing up whichever black, super c New Jersey Bounty Hunter Stephanie Plum Is Certain Of Three Truths People Don T Just Vanish Into Thin Air Never Anger Old People And Don T Do What Tiki Tells You To Do After A Slow Summer Of Chasing Low Level Skips For Her Cousin Vinnie S Bail Bonds Agency, Stephanie Plum Finally Lands An Assignment That Could Put Her Checkbook Back In The Black Geoffrey Cubbin, Facing Trial For Embezzling Millions From Trenton S Premier Assisted Living Facility, Has Mysteriously Vanished From The Hospital After An Emergency Appendectomy Now It S On Stephanie To Track Him Down Unfortunately, Cubbin Has Disappeared Without A Trace, A Witness, Or His Money Hungry Wife Rumors Are Stirring That He Must Have Had Help With The Daring Escape Or That Maybe He Never Made It Out Of His Room Alive Since The Hospital Staff S Lips Seem To Be Tighter Than The Security, And It S Hard For Stephanie To Blend In To Assisted Living, Stephanie S Grandma Mazur Goes In Undercover But When A Second Felon Goes Missing From The Same Hospital, Stephanie Is Forced Into Working Side By Side With Trenton S Hottest Cop, Joe Morelli, In Order To Crack The CaseThe Real Problem Is, No Cubbin Also Means No Way To Pay The Rent Desperate For Money Or Maybe Just Desperate Stephanie Accepts A Secondary Job Guarding Her Secretive And Mouthwatering Mentor Ranger From A Deadly Special Forces Adversary While Stephanie Is Notorious For Finding Trouble, She May Have Found A Little Than She Bargained For This Time Around Then Again A Little Food Poisoning, Some Threatening Notes, And A Bridesmaid S Dress With An Excess Of Taffeta Never Killed Anyone Or Did They If Stephanie Plum Wants To Bring In A Paycheck, She Ll Have To Remember No Guts, No Glory I began reading the Stephanie Plum mystery series years ago and got through number eighteen around 2012 when I stopped I am not really sure why, but I was in a reading slump for a few years When that ended, I didn t go back now I m on a kick to close out all series I used to love so I m fully caught up I picked up Notorious Nineteen by Janet Evanovich at the library last week and finished it last night Why did I stop I asked myself ten pages in when I had to hold my bladder to prevent spontaneous bursting Maybe it s a good thing I waited so long as it was like reading the series all over again this time had me nearly wetting myself a few times It might be formulaic, but it works.
Stephanie Plum is a disaster She s smart and feisty, but she just always gets herself in trouble That s why we love her When it comes to capturing bond breakers, or More of the same Time for a bit of growth and decisions.
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5 stars I started this book with a lot of hope But ultimately, it was the same as the earlier books This book is not great It is of the same, but it does have a few laugh out loud moments I feel like I should explain where I am coming from on this series I don t happily or easily give this book a low rating The Stephanie Plum series now has 19 regular novels and several in between novellas The first book was published in 1994 1994 and Ms Evanovich is still writing about the same character Stephanie Plum, bail bondswoman While Stephanie s clothes may have changed and the accessories she carries are different since the first books, Stephanie is surprisingly the same character she was in the first book, with small changes Stephanie hasn t aged, she hasn t Second ReviewAll though I love the series, and this book was no less funny, I was waiting for something different It is finally time for change, Stephanie has to finally decide who wants to have a relationship with.
First reviewI have loved this series from the start I have read all eighteen books and I can wait to read Notorious Nineteen.
Chapter One had me laughing out loud, good thing I was home With this series you have to carefully choose where you are going to read, because people are going to be staring out you each time you laugh.
Hopefully in this book some important issues would be resolved, mainly who is Stephanie going to choose I m on team Ranger.
Can t wait for next months teaser on October 1.
Just a note I totally LOVE the fact that Stephanie has BOTH Ranger and Morelli in her life Personally, I never want her to choose just one to be involved with I think it would destroy much of what makes this series work so well I love the interplay and tensionAlthough I read this book on the date of release as always with an Evanovich Plum release , am just now getting to post my review.
I was a bit disappointed in what I considered to be a lack of details about Grandma Mazur s undercover work, but this book was an entertaining bit of escapism, as are all the books in this series I just love these characters and am always so disappointed that it will require a wait until there are of these installments to read September 19th, 2012 Please, PLEASE let this be the last book At this point I m only reading out of loyalty, and because I want to see who Stephanie ends up with With the same jokes and the same back and forth between Morelli and Ranger, I m definitely ready to say goodbye to this series Even though it should have ended several books ago, when it s finally over I ll look back on it fondly for what it used to be.
January 26th, 2013 Just finished reading this and it was SO much better than the last few Full review to come soon.
February 21st, 2013 This review was originally posted on my blog, Ramblings of a Daydreamer You can find it, and many reviews at the blog.
Notorious Nineteen, in my opinion, is the best thing Evanovich has written in years For me, the Stephanie Plum series started going downhill several books ago, and I only continued reading them out of a sense