Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich
While I have been an avid fan of the Stephanie Plum series, I must admit that this edition was less than satisfying for me. It felt rushed. Generally speaking, the novel is a full of rising action and then a dramatic climax with about 10 pages left of conclusion and resolution. But the excitement, humor, and sexual tension between Stephanie and Ranger/Stephanie and Morelli is endearing, engaging, and entertaining. I can’t say this is the case in Explosive Eighteen. It’s a quick read because it’s still entertaining but it falls short to the other books in the series. And please, Stephanie, do the world a favor and marry Morelli!
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