JANET EVANOVICH LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN PDF
STEPHANIE’S DIGGING UP A WHOLE HEAP OF BAD NEWS. Stephanie Plum is used to dealing with crimes in the neighborhood, but she’s not. Lean Mean Thirteen: Book summary and reviews of Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich. In LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN, Stephanie is chasing bail skips, destroying cars and generally causing a bit of havoc wherever she goes – not least.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try janef. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. New secrets, old flames, and hidden agendas are about to send bounty hunter Stephanie Plum on her most outrageous adventure yet!
Stephanie was married to him for about fifteen minutes before she caught him cheating on her with her arch-nemesis Joyce Barnhardt. Another fifteen minutes after that Stephanie filed for divorce, hoping to never see either on New secrets, old flames, and hidden agendas are about to send bounty hunter Stephanie Plum on her most outrageous adventure yet! Another fifteen lewn after that Stephanie filed for divorce, hoping to never see either one of them again.
Ranger needs her to meet with Dickie and find out if he’s doing something shady. Turns out, he is. Turns out, he’s also back to doing Joyce Barnhardt.
And it turns out Ranger’s favors always come with a price Now Dickie has disappeared and Stephanie is the natural suspect in his disappearance. Can he be found? And can Stephanie Plum stay one step ahead in this new, dangerous game? Joe Morelli, the hottest cop in Trenton, NJ is also keeping Stephanie on her toes-and he may know more than he’s saying about many things in Stephanie’s life. It’s a cat-and-mouse game for Stephanie Plum, where the ultimate prize might be her life.
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Nov 16, Jennifer rated it liked it Recommends it for: Few things in this world are as consistent as a Janet Evanovich novel featuring Stephanie Plum. You know that the following will happen at some point in the story: In this crazy and inconsistent world, there is something comforting about this series which is why I’ve stuck with it for thirteen books.
Though I will probably forget the plot of this latest installment in a few weeks maybe soonerthat’s not the point. The point is an hour or two of laughter and embarrassed recognition. Whether we live close to New Jersey or far away, we all have a bit of the Stephanie Plum in us.
Or maybe it’s just me.
View all 9 comments. Jan 07, James rated it liked it Shelves: What can you say about a girl who is half in love and half in lust with two different men, only to have one of her ex-husbands show up, then be killed. And she’s the thireten suspect! But she’s a bounty hunter on the good side of the law.
How is that possible? Well, it seems anything is in NJ! Another good book in the series, full of the hilarious antics, mistakes and luck Stephanie Plum faces in her job tracking criminals down.
Full of the normal supporting cast, this one puts Stephanie’s skills to the test, especially when she needs to clear her own good name. And of course, stay out of every man’s bed she meets. While not quite that bad, this girl is always hot for someone. Just like the series of books So if you’re good throwing away 4 hours of your life on fun little cozy-type mysteries where you will have some humor, romance and intrigue, go for it. If you want major substance, hold off. About Me For those new to me or my reviews I read A LOT.
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Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by. This was already the thirteenth book and Stephanie and her antics never cease to amaze me.
My biggest love is still Grandma Mazur! Once I turn into an old hag I aspire to be exactly like her. You go around up to your eyeballs in snakes and dead people and exploding beavers. To make matters worse, you got that spook Ranger sniffing after you.
I mean, he is finer than fine. May 07, thefourthvine rated it liked it Shelves: Dear Janet Evanovich, I stopped reading you a while back, when it seemed like you were floundering and had no clue what to do with your series and it was really getting pretty embarrassing.
But this week I’ve needed something that was all candy, no brain, and you were there.
It seems like you’ve found something to do with your series. But it’s obvious that you don’t understand what that is. I know it can be hard to uanet attention to all the subtleties, the subtext of what you’re Dear Janet Evanovich, I stopped reading you a while back, when it seemed like you were floundering and had no clue what to do with your series and it was really getting pretty embarrassing.
I mea it can be hard to pay attention to all the subtleties, the subtext of what you’re writing. I know it’s easy to miss things.
That’s why we have friends who read our books and help us see the things we don’t. Except apparently you don’t have very observant friends. So I’m going to help you out. I know you think you’re writing a protracted love triangle, but in fact, you are writing a threesome.
Doesn’t that make more sense? It’s totally understandable that you got to this point. It’s hard to write an extended love triangle; for one thing, after about the first three books, your readers tend to be snapping, “Oh my god, would you just CHOOSE?
Also, in your case, you had two choices: Except then they start working together. And also spending a lot of time, you know, bonding. Over their mutual craziness, to be all het up over a woman who is, frankly, a walking Bermuda Triangle with a strange addiction to pastry. I mean, she’s funny, no doubt, but more in the oh-my-god-no way.
And then they’re sort of handing off Stephanie and negotiating the boundaries of their relationships with her and – do you see where this is headed? Maybe you totally don’t. So I will help out. This is another one of those decision points, and here you can go one of four routes: Kill either Ranger or Morelli.
Have Stephanie, Morelli, and Ranger come to an arrangement, which would tjirteen look something like: Stephanie lives with Morelli but sleeps over at Ranger’s occasionally and what happens there in no way counts as cheating. Have Stephanie choose Morelli, which I think is thirtsen you’re trying to go, except you’ve written yourself into a corner on this one.
Ranger is a big part of her life, and she’s demonstrated many times she can’t be around him evanoich not want him, so that kind of leaves you nowhere. Have Stephanie, Morelli, and Ranger hop into bed with each other and see how it goes. Also, you’re obviously really tired of writing het sex scenes now; this will give you many new avenues to explore.
I myself would go for option 4. You could also consider option 2, although I think there’s less opportunity for a rhirteen and b hotness there. Hope this is helpful! View all 15 comments.
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Only those who cannot pass up another Plum. What I learned from this book is that if you have a million dollar book contract, you can pretty much just list junk food, articles of clothing, and expensive cars and call it a book.
I don’t ask evvanovich a great plot from a Stephanie Plum adventure or I never would have got past the 5th book in the series.
I read evwnovich books because Stephanie is funny and eats the way most people over 14 can only dream of eating.
Some of the previous books have been thinner and less satisfying than others, but this What I learned from this book is that if you have a million dollar book contract, you can pretty much just list junk food, articles of clothing, and expensive cars and call it a book.