“Finger Lickin' Fifteen” by Janet Evanovich

“Finger Lickin' Fifteen” by Janet Evanovich
2009, St. Martin’s Press
ISBN: 98-0-312-38328-2

I don’t often buy the books I read. I sort of ran out of room to store them and then I ran out of book money. Mostly, lately anyway, I get them from the Dimond branch of the Oakland Public Library or from the little library at the Curves I go to in the Dimond. This one, though, I flat out bought new. I was over at Luann’s book store, across the street from where I live. She keeps about one copy of everything. But, this just jumped out at me from where it was on the shelf and I didn’t even have to think twice about waiting for it to come out in paperback. No, I must have it even at top dollar which was $27.95

I’ve read all of the Stephanie Plum books. Each one is fabulous and this was no exception. Stephanie is currently on the outs with Morrelli and the smokin that’s going on with Ranger is exceptional. Lula witnesses what looks like a mob hit and from that moment on they’re after her. She sticks close by Stephanie and, as usual, it’s like Lucille Ball on wheels. I even read half a page to a co-worker at lunch today. Her eyes got real big. Now, I’m going to lend the book to her and I’m betting they’ll get a lot bigger.

If you have never read one of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels go read one now. It doesn’t have to be this one. It could be any of the previous fourteen. I believe I started with number five when I first started reading them. These are so good that I will often read them more than once. It’s sort of like a chocolate attack. Nothing will do but chocolate and sometimes nothing will do but some huge laughs with Stephanie Plum.


Kay said…
There, you convinced me :) I just went and added the first Stephanie Plum book to my TBR pile. Due to your glowing reviews, of course (I've been subscribed to your blog since forever so I did read quite a few of them).

Your cat is lovely by the way. Say hi to her (him?) from me :)
Lady Skye Fyre said…
Kay, thanks for dropping by. Stephanie is so funny. Actually, all the characters in her stories are.

That's Shelby (girl cat) in the picture. Usually, she's the only one I can get to sit still long enough for me to snap a picture with a book.

The others in the family are Samantha and her sister Mattie, Fluffy Drawers who has a lot of hair and Sheba who we share with our neighbor. Thanks again. I hope you enjoy reading the book.
Laura said…
I just got this book from the library - had it read that very night. :) I got into the Plum books thanks to a step-sister who loved her books. They are such a nice bit of frivolity. :D

Personally though, my favorite character is Grandma Mauzer.
Anonymous said…
Another one I've heard raves about this week!

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