Seven Up Review
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Hi. My name is Kristin, and I’m addicted to Stephanie Plum novels.

What did I tell you? After reading Four to Score (see the review), I had to run out and read another one of Janet Evanovich’s novels. This time, it was the seventh book in the Stephanie Plum series, Seven Up.

Not-so-professional bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum, has never really had a normal life (she wouldn’t have had to beg her cousin Vinnie to give her a job as a bounty hunter if she did). But now she’s dealing with something resembling an engagement to the lust of her life, Joe Morelli -- and trying to keep her mother and grandmother from planning everything when she’s not looking. Meanwhile, her “perfect” sister, Valerie shows up with her two kids. One of her old high school friends has disappeared. And she’s trying to chase down senior citizen/bail jumper Eddie DeChooch, who has a bit of a relationship (one Stephanie’s family would rather not discuss) with her grandma.

Once again, I couldn’t put this book down. I couldn’t. Evanovich is a genius at creating wonderfully and lovably odd characters. This book is overflowing with action and quirkiness -- and ends with a cliff-hanger, which means I’m just going to have to go out and buy the next book in the series...

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