This One S Double The Fun Bounty Hunter Stephanie Plum Is Still Learning The Ropes At Her Cousin Vinnie S Bail Bond Office, So When She Sets Out On The Trail Of Kenny Mancuso A Suspiciously Weatlhy, Working Class Trenton Boy Who Has Just Shot His Best Friend The Stakes Are Higher Than Ever That Mancuso Is Distantly Related To Vice Cop Joe Morelli Who Is Trying To Beat Stephanie To The Punch Only Makes The Hunt ThrillingTaking Pointers From Her Bounty Hunter Pal, Ranger, And Using Her Pistol Packing Grandma Mazur As A Decoy, Stephanie Is Soon Closing In On Her Mark But Morelli And His Libido Are Worthy Foes And A Sinister Kind Of Enemy Has Made His First Move And His Next Move Might Be Stephanie S Last Light and amusing read 2,5 starsIn this volume Stephanie and Morelli are chasing weapon thiefs, while Grandma Mazur wreaks havoc in funeral homes.I very much enjoyed the Grandma bits of the story The bounty hunter parts tend to get a bit repetitive with time, though.This was my third novel from the Stephanie Plum series and I think I will take a break now. I love this book One for the Money, as great as this series is, really didn t show you the potential of laughter to come Two for the Dough changes everything The relationship between Stephanie and Morelli will leave you smiling All of the wonderful little things in a relationship that bugs you, you ll find in theirs The awkward moments to the pitter patter wonder moments Grandma Mazur really steps on stage with her need to pay her respects to the dead Skipping her feet to help her granddaughter pursue the deadly criminals threatening her life, she finds herself injured and pissed Playing Dirty Harry and being as sharp as a pistol, Mazur will bring a smile to your face Stephanie, still new at being a Bounty Hunter, second guesses her abilities Lula will appear in this book and let the games begin This book is just the start of a wonderfully HILARIOUS team I definitely recommend this book to anyone needing a smile Mild violence No sexual content Thumbs up to Janet Evanovich These books are quick and pretty fun Sure there is the Scooby doo type mystery afoot in them but I find I m drawn to the personal interactions of the characters and the kooky stuff that happens along the way such as How much trouble a grandma cause at not just one but multiple viewings Granny Mazur rocks Chase scene through the mall in purple heels A big Buick that seems to have a mind of it s own and can t be stopped until it has crashed into at least one other car Her insurance is going to be outrageous after this. Various body parts showing up unexpectedly one of them was definitely not Jewish An almost hot and heavy scene that turned pretty funny Stephanie is a fledgling bounty hunter still learning the ropes But she seems to stumble into all the right or wrong places as the case may be This leads to hilarity and a little chaos but never really a dull moment This is a bit dated since there are still answering machines, beepers, phone books and car phones but don t let that discourage you it will remind you of a time where it was harder to get a hold of people and you couldn t ask google everything.The mystery was okay and I did like how it ended but for me it is all about the characters, the semi sexual tension happening and Stephanie doing silly things that sometimes go well but often than not go horrible and hilariously wrong instead. Review3 stars to book 2 in the Stephanie Plum mystery series, Two for the Dough, by Janet Evanovich Since I m going back to complete reviews on all the books I ve read, and there are over 20 in this series, it would be too boring to do a normal review so I ll keep it short A few fun things about this one 1 We re still getting to know how crazy Stephanie Plum is compared to everyone else She s neurotic in a fun way sort of like I am.2 This one is all about her libido with Joe Morelli What s important getting lucky or catching the criminal She can t decide but Evanovich presents many funny romantic situations in this edition.3 Stephanie s cousin is hilarious He s a creep And I would not want to meet him in reality But he provides necessary humor.4 Not knowing how to properly catch a criminal can really get her in hot water The situations she finds herself in are just laugh out loud I don t know how the writer keeps on coming up with them.5 We re learning a bit about the dangers of Ranger And I like it He s someone you just never know what to expect it could be good or it could be the good kind of badAbout MeFor those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who what when where and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators polldaddy poll 9729544 polldaddy poll 9719251
Janet Evanovich is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel, and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author, as well as the Fox and O Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg.
- 326 pages
- Two for the Dough
- Janet Evanovich
- 06 May 2019 Janet Evanovich