Notorious Nineteen by Janet Evanovich

Notorious NineteenYou know I had to do it – another Stephanie Plum story crosses my path. If you want something ludicrous and unbelievable characters (who will soon have a major motion picture), then jump on in for a light summer read…and leave the book at the beach or in the hotel for someone else to read. You’ll feel like you just ate a whole box of salt water taffy when you’re done–vaguely uncomfortable from the lack of substance and wondering why you bothered. Predictable, repetitive (with situations lifted, I swear, from previous books) with dialogue that is faintly offensive in its stereotypes. I think I will leave this series forever in the “teens” and not advance any further into the twenties (the author is already up to 22 and I am only blessedly behind in reading my older, yard sale books)…

Availability:  COSMOS
Review Submitted by: Jane Kostenko
Rating:  Recommended with reservations
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