Turbo Twenty-Three - Janet Evanovich
Turbo Twenty-ThreeTurbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich
My rating: 2 of 5 stars



Reading these completely out of order as I get them from the library.



There was so much filler in this book I wanted to cry. As this is the most recent in the series and I've yet to read the rest of it, I am really praying this isn't telling of the last couple books as well. I will be majorly disappointed. Lula and Brigg's TV tries weren't even amusing and had nothing to do with anything. The main mystery wasn't all that great. Just eh for me.



The Ranger-Stephanie in this book was !!!!!. And they went to Disney World. Okay, it wasn't vacay, but still it was cute. And he convinced her (maybe) that Morelli wasn't the best choice as he has yet to make any sort of commitment. Of course, neither has Ranger, but he isn't asking her to be the domestic type either so he gets a pass. Interesting to hear about Lula's side businesses. Seriously, hooker classes for a 30 second hand-job? Guess she's got to pay for all that spandex somehow.



"Are you fucking kidding me?" he yelled. "Goddamn, motherfucker, holy shit, and fuck me. Where is it? Where's the piece-of-shit truck they dragged out of hell to make my life an even worse misery?" - Stan

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