Thursday, February 25, 2010

Review: Seven Up (Stephanie Plum #7) by Janet Evanovich

Not my favorite, but enjoyable nonetheless.

Totaled car?  check. 
Viewing at Stiva's? check. 
Bad guys?  check. 
Hot guys?  check and check. 
Random guys breaking into Stephanie's apartment?  check.
Quips about NJ and all its beauty?  check.

So, what's different?  Stephanie is trying on wedding gowns and her previously perfect sister is trying on lesbian for a while.  Moon Man and Dougie are missing, a mobster has a heart attack, and there are a pair of old Italian ladies that makes Grandma Morelli look like Mother Theresa.  Things get ugly in Seven Up...including Stephanie's hair color.

I laughed so hard while reading Hot Six I couldn't wait to go for Seven Up.  I think reading the two books back-to-back took away some of the hilarity.   Usually I read a few heavier books in between, making the Janet Evanovich series feel like a cold beer on a hot day.   I'm taking another break, and I'll be back with Hard EightSeven Up might not have been my favorite, but I'm still moving on to No. 8. 

For an excerpt or audio sample, go to the Seven Up page at Janet Evanovich's website.

This book was read as a part of the Stephanie Plum Challenge.  Click on the link to see my progress and to read other reviews of books from the series. 

Feel free to join me!  You might just have a few laughs.

About the Book:
Seven Up (Stephanie Plum #7) by Janet Evanovich
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Publishers; 1st edition (June 4, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0312980140
ISBN-13: 978-0312980146


(The) Ladybug Lounge formerly Msslaydbug said...

I've had this entire series on my list to read FOREVER ! Everyone seems to love it !

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