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Visions of Sugar Plums by Janet Evanovich
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With only four days until Christmas, Stephanie awakes to find a man in her kitchen. Finding a man in her house is not new to Stephanie, she has had all kinds of crazy and this is just a drop in the bucket. His name is Diesel and Stephanie is not sure how he got in, apparently he just "popped" in. He is tall, sexy and very mysterious and accordingly, has "superpowers". Stephanie tries to get him out of her apartment as she needs to apprehend Sandor Clausen aka, Sandy Claws, an older man who makes toys.

Stephanie attempts to thwart Diesel, but he has his mind set on his task at hand. Both of them are looking for Sandy Claws, but for totally different reasons.

Stephanie's mother is asking her if she mailed her christmas cards, purchased her Christmas gifts, Christmas tree, etc., because what would people think if they did not get a card from Stephanie.

Stephanie goes in search of Sandy Claws and through Randy Briggs, tracks him down at a toy factory where Sandy's employees are "little people" with elf ears on them.

It is just another day in the life of Stephanie, who has cookies thrown at her by the little people, cars get blown up and she and Diesel try to track down Sandy Claws and a man named Ring, who is an enemy of Sandy as well as Grandma Mazur's newest boy toy/fling.

Stephanie does, in fact, end up with a Christmas tree with decorations and lights.

What happens to her parent's tree is another mater entirely.

This was a fun book filled with lots of holiday cheer. Very different from her numbered books and more concise, but still the crazy, zany Stephanie.


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May 13, 2010 – Started Reading
May 13, 2010 – Shelved
May 18, 2010 – Finished Reading

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Melissa Started this book this evening..very cute story! and Im enjoying it.


Jackie Lane Melissa, I totally agree. I thought it was so very cute.


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