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    Review of FEARLESS FOURTEEN by Janet Evanovich (see her website)


    St. Martin's Press, June 2008

    When Stephanie Plum has to bring in bond jumper Loretta, she ends up promising to take care of Loretta's kid--little knowing that he'll paint her car, Morelli's dog, and just about everything else. But when Loretta vanishes, Stephanie is stuck taking care of the kid for longer than she'd anticipated. The scary thing is, Loretta's brother, bank-robber Dom Rizzi, claims that he caught Loretta and Morelli doing it in their parents' garage--exactly nine months before Zook was born. Then there's Lula, who's decided it's time for her boyfriend Tank to pop the question--and doesn't mind getting him pass-out drunk and simply telling him he did so. With someone breaking into Morelli's house, a sixty-something star with the hots for Ranger (and Morelli) and the plan to film a reality show based on Stephanie's incompetent skip-tracing, and the entire Burg treasure-hunting for the missing loot from the bank robbery, Stephanie's life is about become very complicated.

    Unlike the rest of her existance, Stephanie's love-live has pretty much calmed down. Ranger still makes sexy remarks and talks about getting between her legs, but Morelli is actually getting it--a lot more than I can remember in the past. Maybe the family resemblence between Morelli and Zook is making Stephanie feel domestic.

    Author Janet Evanovich (see more reviews of novels by Evanovich) delivers her zany mix of off-beat characters, Stephanie's love dilemma, and adventure in the fourteenth book in this series. FEARLESS FOURTEEN made for an enjoyable read with plenty of chuckles and smiles. It's no masterpiece, but it certainly kept me turning the pages.

    Three Stars

    Reviewed 7/25/08

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