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Two for the Dough by Janet Evanovich
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Aug 01, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: modern-day-mysteries, tough-women
Recommended for: Lovers of smart, modern mysteries who also might like a little chick-lit.
Read in August, 2008

I can't say that I enjoyed this installment of the Stephanie Plum mysteries as much as I did the first, but still it was a fun read. The characters of Stephanie and of Joe Morelli are very appealing and you just know there is a future together for them! Stephanie's family, too, especially Grandma Mazur, is a hoot.

In this story, Stephanie deals with a very, very sick individual, a sociopath who enjoys hurting people. The fact that he is Joe's cousin adds another kink to the tale.

Stephanie's other "friend," Ranger, doesn't figure too heavily in this story, but he's still there on the fringes - a potential rival with Joe for Stephanie's interest.

In the end, the bad guys are taken down and it is Stephanie triumphant once again - just as we expected all along.

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