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Smokin' Seventeen (Stephanie Plum 17) Paperback – 15 Nov 2011
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It would be nice to see Stephanie behave 7 years older, or at least realise that if you do the same things, you get the same results.
Easy bedtime reading for when you have no desire to engage your brain and want to go off to sleep quickly. If you lose your page you can pick the book up anywhere and it will be familiar.
Ranger is still sexy and still says 'Babe'. In my mind's eye Joe is showing the first signs of turning grey, but still has the dog and Ranger's respect, but not a whole lot of Stephanie. Mum still irons when stressed, but seem sto have largely forsworn the bottle of restorative she kept under the sink, while Dad still spends his time digging into the mash potato and has clearly been desensitized to the not very great antics of granny. Good holiday reading along with Liz Evans 'Cue the Easter Bunny.
Grandma still likes to try and open closed caskets, Mom likes to iron and fix stephanie up. These things felt like a straight cut and paste, no effort went into making them amusing.
Along with other readers I went from I wish she would just pick one, to both guys should move on as they deserve better than someone who hops from bed to bed so quickly.
Thats the trouble with long series, we grow to love not just the heroine but the other regular characters too and just as I'd be upset with Lula or grandma being messed around I feel upset for Joe and Ranger.
Let the guys get new girlfriends and have Stephanie fend for herself for a bit.
An entertaining diversion but time to move things forward.
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