REVIEW: Fearless Fourteen


Title: Fearless Fourteen
Author: Janet Evanovich
Finished: November 7, 2010
Pages: 310
Published: 2008
Format: First Edition

Stephanie Plum, still ON with Joe Morelli but unsure about her relationship with Ranger, finds herself coaxing a woman from committing suicide instead of going back to jail.

In the meantime, Ranger finds himself guarding a famous singer and calls Stephanie in to help, which makes Morelli very unhappy that she’s spending full days and nights with Ranger instead of him.

When Loretta is taken back into custody and no one bails her out, Morelli finds himself the caregiver of her son and for the first time Stephanie and Joe are looking more like a happy family, seeing what it would be like if they have kids of their own.

This was  the first book that I found myself not fully enjoying and wishing that Stephanie would start getting her act together, make a final decision on who she wants to be with, and make the next step in her job and her relationship. After fourteen books, you would think she would be able to successfully pick up a FTA without the help of Ranger or even Lula.

Still funny, but I’m waiting for more.

*challenges: fall into reading, series IV challenge, stephanie plum challenge, 1010 challenge, ryob challenge, november 12×12 challenge, countdown challenge

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