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Mercury's in retrograde, and folks in Beaumont, South Carolina, are dealing with gossip, scandal, misunderstandings, and more secrets than ever. Local pediatrician Maggie Farnsworth has even bigger worries. Her wild-girl past has caught up with her in the form of her ex-boyfriend, a jailbird who just flew the coop --- and is bent on tracking down Maggie and her
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Mass Market Paperback, 347 pages
Published April 4th 2006 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published January 1st 2006)
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Maria Michaels
This is silly, fun and a quick read. Not a love story,(at least not in my opinion) and not a mystery. Hmmmm. Not sure what to call it except funny.

To be fair, at first I was unaware this is a series of books (Full House, Full Tilt, Full Speed, et al.). While some authors do a good job with series books so that you feel as though each book can stand alone, not so much with this one. There were a couple of times when I thought, "Wait. Who is that?" and had to realize it was a character from a prev
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Scole
Oct 29, 2010 Scole is currently reading it
So far it's good! With all the dialogue and action it keeps it really fun and interesting to read. It's a "page turner". However, there are a lot of characters and it's hard to keep track of who's who. In addition, there are "cuts" in the book or pauses that are confusing to switch from.



I really enjoy this book. The plot keeps it so entertaining and makes you really want to keep reading. The "cuts" are no longer confusing and the characters all make sense, and there are a lot of them. The chara
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Chris Birdy
A quick easy romantic suspense. The local doctor, Maggie Davenport, has a good life practicing medicine and raising her teenage daughter until her past catches up with her. When an escaped convict comes after her, a gorgeous FBI agent shows up to protect her. Let the love begin.
Marcie
Read these books out of order, but they stand on their own pretty well.

The characters are fun to read about; they fit some stereotypes with a few gentle tweaks to keep them interesting. The plot twists in this one were more convincing that in Full Speed (the other one I read this weekend), and I felt that the banter was more involved and more interesting.

If you know a single mom who is a pediatrician addicted to chocolate, I think you'll get a kick out of the main heroine. If you're in awe of sp
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Amanda
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Kris
3 STARS

"Mercury's in retrograde, and folks in Beaumont, South Carolina are dealing with gossip, scandal, misunderstandings, and more secrets than ever. Local pediatrician Maggie Farnsworth has even bigger worries. Her wild-girl past has caught up with her in the form of her ex-boyfriend, a jailbird who just flew the coop--and is bent on tracking down Maggie and her daughter. Fortunately, FBI agent Zack Madden is on hand for protection. Unfortunately, his presence is turning up the heat on an att
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Chris
Listened to this one on the way to the beach. Typical Janet Evanovich brain candy. I do enjoy how Evanovich can write a feel-good story even though the plot deals with an escape convict on the hunt for the main character and stowed money. The characters ring very true to the typical Stephanie Plum characters, but for a brain-candy book, that is a good thing. Nicely read. Closer to a 3.5. If you like the Plum books, you'll like this one too.
Samantha
Now I am more than happy to announce to the world that I L-O-V-E love the Stephanie Plum series. I don't care if she never chooses and the whole Ranger/Morelli thing goes on until we're all in nursing homes! No problemo! But this book just left me cold. I didn't laugh, I didn't connect with the characters and I was really disappointed. So theres not much else to say really...
Elizabeth Zundel
This was a really cute chick lit fluff book. It was fun and a fast read. Funny & entertaining.

Local small town doctor, Maggie, and her 13 year old daughter are being protected from an ex-boyfriend who just escaped from prison, by a cute FBI guy. Throw in some funny girlfriends, farm animals and a fast moving storyline and you have a fun read.
pianogal
Well, I finally made it through. This one was actually a little better than it's predecessor, but none of the books in this series are as good as Stephanie Plum. If you're looking for something good, read those, not these.
Janalynn
Sadly not up to JE's usual standard. The suspense was good but the quirky old lay with the gun is getting old. She has one in every one of her books.
Chloe
A good finish to the "full" series by Janet - although I did miss the Jamie/Max story line as they started out.

An easy, funny read!
T.L. Merrybard
I think the bad guy in this one is a bit too bad. I sometimes get an odd sense of disconnect when reading books that are supposed to be fluffy and light and then we get cold-blooded murderers and death in them.

As for Evanovich always having similar characters, well bring them on, I enjoy them and I know what to expect when I pick one up. :)

I have trouble getting to sleep properly if I read books that are new or too exciting at bedtime, so I generally go round the old Evanovich books with maybe
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Tania
Dr. Maggie Davenport learns that a mistake she made in her past is about to catch up with her. Old boyfriend turned thief and murderer Carl Lee Stanton has escaped from prison and appears to be deadheaded over to Beaumont, S.C. to pay her a visit. Rumor has it the $250K he stole before he was caught is hidden somewhere in town.

Maggie's 13-year-old daughter Mel is unaware of her mother's muddied past, and truthfully unaware of her own past as well. Maggie is sure of one thing - Carl Lee has no bu
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Kara Jorges
The latest in the Full series takes us back to Beaumont, South Carolina, into the office of Dr. Maggie Davenport, pediatrician. Maggie has a 13-year-old daughter, Mel, the result of an ill-fated relationship with convict Carol Lee Stanton. Shortly after she broke it off with Carl Lee, he robbed an armored car and killed an FBI agent, sending him to prison. When he escapes, the FBI is sure he’ll head for Beaumont, where they believe he stashed his loot, and where he can exact revenge on his ex-gi ...more
Lyndsay
This book is the last of the Max Holt series, however it reads more like a spin-off from that series with a guest appearance of Max Holt and Jamie Swift.

I like the major plot line of this story. Maggie, a single mom and pediatrician, in Beaumont SC is placed under FBI protection after her Psycho EX breaks out of prison. Carl Lee was sentenced to life in prison after robbing a armored truck and killing a fed. Later on we discover he actually tortured Maggie when she refused to leave with him. (SI
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Kt
I'm not the biggest fan of mystery books,but this book pleasantly surprised me. I liked how this was a series book, but I didn't really need to read the books before it to understand what was happening. The one thing I didn't like about it was that there were a lot of characters so it was tricky to keep up with who was who and also it switched between to different lives, but in third person so that was also confusing. Overall it was a quick, easy read and it was fun to read.
Kate Millin
Another light and funny read from Janet Evanovitch - Maggie Farnsworth is the paediatrician in the small town of Beaumont South Carolina and her past is driving to meet her. It is in the form of her ex lover and father of her daughter the escaped killer and thief Carl Lee. She is given the protection of FBI agent Zack Madden who is even better than than her favourite better than sex chocolate ice cream. The story unfold with a Range of fun characters and with Janet's usual rye humour. Just what ...more
Tiffunee
Newlyweds Max Holt and Jamie Swift-Holt are trying to make a baby, but their recently purchased antebellum mansion is under renovation and filled with feuding contractors
Meanwhile, local pediatrician Maggie Davenport has considerably bigger problems now that her wild-girl past has caught up in the form of an ex-boyfriend and jailbird who just flew the coop - and is determined to track her and her daughter down.

Fortunately, FBI agent Zack Madden is on hand for protection; but the new danger is t
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Judy
It looks like this is the last book in a series of about six. Looks like some of the earlier ones would have been good to read before this one but I did not have any of them.

Carl Lee Stanton escaped from prison and was heading back to Beaumont, LA to get his money he stole and to punish his ex-girlfriend, Maggie.

Zack Madden is sent there to protect Maggie and her daughter Mel. Carl had killed an FBI agent 14 years ago, Zack's stepdad. He kept that to himself but he could not seem to keep his qui
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Evelyn Wilson
Read Full Bloom, Full House, Full Tilt, Full speed, Full Blast and now Full Scoop. Each of the characters are so much fun! Mixing the characters in the small town of Beaumont, South Carolina. Hope they have future Full stories from Beaumont, South Carolina!
Janet
Perfect(well, almost) for what this book is intended to be. A light and fluffy romance/mystery. Just what the doctor ordered for a cold depressing February read.
It's managed to keep me from diving into the dumps.
I plan to sleep through February 2015!
Oops, better say, ...and wake up on March 1.
Krissy
Someone gave this to me and I had it on my bookshelf for awhile but was never interested in picking it up. I needed something light after reading Sharp Objects. This was a very silly, quick read that fit the bill!
Kerri
Apparently I already read this book in 2008, but I do not remember it at all, which is odd... Regardless, the characters are cliche and there is really no mystery at all, but despite all that, I didn't hate it. There are funny lines and characters that I enjoyed, except the annoying 13-year-old daughter who was such a brat, but the mother still thought she was too hard on her. Ugh. It was good to listen to in the car, because I wouldn't have made it reading it, but listening was entertaining eno ...more
Tara
2.5 stars

I don't know. There wasn't really a mystery in this book. There was nothing really exciting about the characters introduced, except that the little girl was a huge brat and her mother felt like she was being to hard on her. There wasn't much going on with the characters we already knew, except that I sort of think Destiny is a horrible person- there is guy that likes her but she wouldn't give him a chance because he owns a bait store, until she finds out he's actually hot and rich the s
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Shelley Kluska
Good book for listening on tape in the car while commuting to and from work. Makes you think twice about your feelings when you see someone considered to be overweight.
Jay Bee
This was the last book in the "Full" series by Janet Evanovich, and I'm kind of happy its ended. I love the first couple books in this series and maybe that's a disadvantage because I didn't think Full Scoop lived up to the previous novels. Having said that, it still is a light, feel-good book considering one of the characters is a murderer. I liked the book, but when it comes to revisiting the series, I'll pick one of the books from the beginning.
Pammy
I 'read' it in audio format-- perfect for a long solo car trip.. made me laugh out loud an adequate number of times. Haven't read any Evanovich in ages.
Yang Shu-yuan
Schokolade macht glücklich, Liebe noch viel mehr …

Schokolade hat noch immer geholfen, findet Maggie Davenport. Ganz besonders bei Stress und chronischem Liebesentzug. Als Kinderärztin in dem kleinen und etwas verrückten Ort Beaumont in South Carolina hat sie nämlich so einiges um die Ohren – aber leider keinen Mann an ihrer Seite. Doch plötzlich wird es in ihrem Leben aufregender, als ihr lieb ist. Ihr Exfreund aus wilden Jugendzeiten ist gerade aus dem Gefängnis ausgebrochen und auf dem Weg zu
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