Trenton, New Jersey, bounty hunter Stephanie Plum has inherited a “lucky” bottle from her Uncle Pip. Problem is, Uncle Pip didn’t specify if the bottle brought good luck or bad luck. . . . (from Goodreads)
These books have definitely hit their stride again. They are always good, but I was not as pleased with books thirteen and fourteen. However, with Finger Lickin’ Fifteen and Sizzling Sixteen, I feel like the Stephanie Plum I fell in love with is back.
Stephanie is in the “off” portion of her on-again-off-again relationship with Joe. And as often happens, she ends up staying with Ranger for one reason or another. Is the “lucky” bottle going to make sure she gets lucky?
Come on Stephanie, this is Ranger!! How can you resist?
This book actually made me think a time or two that the series was coming to an end. There was all kinds of foreshadowing going on. Fortunately, I was wrong. There are clues for further plot developments though.
The only problem I have with these books is that it is so long between titles. She has added another series starring Diesel, so I am afraid the wait may be even longer. I wish there was a new book at least twice a year and I don’t count the “between-the-numbers” ones.