Running along underneath the story is the stuff of everyday life for Stephanie. It’s just like our lives. That’s what I love about how Janet Evanovich writes. It’s real and yet, it’s a story. Anyway, Grandma Mauzer begins playing with a band wearing really skimpy leather outfits and scandalizing Stephanie’s mother. Lulu, Stepahnie’s fellow bounty hunter and a former prostitute brings her own down to earth views of reality to each situation she’s involved with.
Donuts play a very large role in achieving a good mood for chasing bad guys.
This is what happens when I read a Stephanie Plum novel: I hate when they are over. It’s like eating chocolate. That last piece of chocolate is a wistful mouthful because you don’t want it to end. I guarantee that you will be laughing throughout the reading of this book and I’m wondering if I’ve read the entire series and I’m hoping I haven’t because I just can’t get enough. And, if it happens that I have to start reading them over again, hey, that’s okay too.