Four to Score (Stephanie Plum #4)
Janet Evanovich, bestselling author of One for the Money, Two for the Dough, and Three to Get Deadly, scores big with Four to Score, her most thrilling Stephanie Plum adventure yet. Working for her bail bondsman cousin Vinnie, Stephanie is hot on the trail
More lists with this book...
1. give stephanie a "skip" who isn't easy to find immediately or who disappears, thus leaving her feeling "funky" in her gut
2. include several scenes where stephanie finds herself with her "skip" but the "skip" is not caught - actually, make one scene involve stephanie getting her own equipment used against her and you'll meet this requirement
3. toss in a few "dinners at home" with her funny/dysfunctional family, including her gun-totin' grannie and her...more
This was the last of the first block of these I read, as I was missing (or at least thought I was mi...more
I think my main problem with reading it was that I have been super busy & when I haven't been busy I've been tired & this book didn't suck me in like all the other books had.
Evanovich still made me laugh - she has a great sense of humor & an amazing way with words but I'm assuming my lack...more
post 1: does janet evanovich integrate the cast of jersey shore into her later stephanie plum novels?
those are really the only things i know about nj other than the fact that it smells like shit as you’re going into nyc. i remember a couple of years ago they had billboards up trying to promote how much it didn’t smell like shit. if you have to put billboards up, nah, probs aint true.
what i appreciate about j.e.’s s...more
For one, the "I brushed my teeth, put on nighties, fed my hamster, got in bed and fell asleep" coverage is greatly scaled back (though, it was a minor gripe before, anyway). Instead we're treated to more action, more plot. I found myself loathe to stop reading for any reason (sleep, work, etc)....more
In this "episode" we meet a new character - Sally Sweet. He is a cross dressing drag queen... yep... that's what I said. And Joyce is back - Stephanie's arch rival... in bouty hunting (now) and with her husband, Dickie (then). Surprise, Joyce is the reason for the demise of Stephanie's short lived marriage to Dickie, a trenton attorney.
Jealousy over Stephanie's relationship with Sally creates tension until things start to explode, literally, and Ste...more
In Four to Score we can add yet another blown up car to Stephanie's list not to mention her apartment which is torched which leads her right into the arms of Morelli. Add a Grandma Bella and a Grandma Mazur to the story and you've got yourself one heck of a book...I finished this book and kept r...more
Although this is a funny detective story it did not hold my interest as well a...more
Janet Evanovich Scores with Four to Score
“A plum choice.”—-USA Today
“A fast-paced thriller.”—-The San Diego Union-Tribune
“A raucous delight.”—-Publishers Weekly
“Plenty of wit and grit.”—-The New York Times Book Review
“High-speed comic mayhem.”—-Detroit Free Press
“This is one you have to have.”—-Washington Times
Stephanie Plum, Trenton, New Jersey’s favorite pistol-packing, condom-carrying bounty hunter, is back—-and on the trail of a revenge-seeking waitress who’s ski
I could have called.
I thought maybe you were dead.
I hate fix-ups. Fix-ups are always awful.
He's not my type.
What's wrong with him?
He's got too many buttons open on his shirt.
I couldn't stand fuck...more
We meet a new character in this book - Sally Sweet - band member of The Lovlies - a 6 foot 4 inch drag queen. When Stephanie gets assigned to bring in Maxine for stealing her boyfriend's car, she doesn't expect to be led on a wild goose chase. Maxine is trying to get back at her cheating, abusive ex boyfriend - Eddie Kuntz. She is leaving clues for Eddie to find - the only way she'll give him back his 'embarassing love letters' is if h...more
However, since I do read plenty of good and worthy literature, both fiction and non, I am not going make excuses. I like Stephanie Plum, and I like this series. And at some point in time, I am going to get tired of it and that will be that.
Won't say much about this. Same sort of fo...more
My review: Janet Evanovich has done it again! I’m madly in love with the Stephanie Plum series and just finished this audiobook.
Bounty Hunter Stephanie Plum is on the case of tracking down Maxine, a waitress who stole her ex-boyfriend’s car and jumped bond. Stephanie hits the ground running with her normal sidekick, Lula. Lula, a 200-lb black woman, has turned her life around after being a prostitute and is now filing...more
The chase is on in this page-turning craze, and all of the extra added details that makes this adventure that much more funny! The cast of characters is helpful to Stepha...more
Anyway, Stephanie Plum is out looking for Maxine, who was charged with car-theft by her her ex-boyfriend. Her ex-boyfriend also wants Maxine found, as she supposedly has some love letters that he wrote to her, and he's doesn't want the contents to be exposed. Maxine keeps in contact with her ex-boyfriend, by sending him clues, sort of lik...more
Lula reached out to snap the cuffs, and without warning the front and back doors crashed open. Joyce Barnhardt, dressed in swat black with "bounty hunter" emblazoned on her T-shirt, charged into the room with guns drawn. There were three other women with her, all dressed like Joyce, all armed like Rambo on rampage, all yelling "Freeze" at the top of their lungs and doing those squatting cop stances you see in the movies.
... [people yelling, things getting knocked over:] ...
I stopped listening to this series for a bit because I actually got tired of Stephanie's antics. Yeah, after sometime it loses its funny-ness. It became more like a "too stupid to live" than funny. Or maybe I was just in a grumpy slump... Anyway, I picked this series up again after crying over The Host by Stephanie Meyer and now it is funny again. So be warned, this book made me laugh out loud but not everybody may see the humour. But it made me laugh and that's what counts! I am also fi...more
I've been really tryin', baby
Tryin' to hold back this feelin' for so long
And if you feel like I feel, baby
Then come on, oh, come on
Whoo, let's get it on
Ah, babe, let's get it on
Let's love, baby
Let's get it on, sugar
Let's get it on
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[Stephanie] "How'd you get her to leave?"
"Told her I was gonna spend the next twelve hours ruining you for all other men, and so she might as well go home."
I could feel the heat rush to my face.
Ranger gave me the wolf smile. "I lied about it being tonight," he said.”