All The Plum-y Goodness

Hello again everyone!  I’ve been wanting to read each book in this series as well!  It’s the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich!  The first was made into a movie, but the book was SOOO much better.  I cannot wait to get started on the remainder of the books as well.  I’m going to be reviewing the ones that came between the numbers as well, mostly because they ALSO include the character of Stephanie Plum.  Here they all are!

  1. One For The Money
  2. Two For The Dough
  3. Three To Get Deadly
  4. Four To Score
  5. High Five
  6. Hot Six
  7. Seven Up
  8. Hard Eight
  9. Visions of Sugar Plums (8.5)
  10. To The Nines
  11. Ten Big Ones
  12. Eleven On Top
  13. Twelve Sharp
  14. Plum Lovin (12.5)
  15. Lean Mean Thirteen
  16. Plum Lucky (13.5)
  17. Fearless Fourteen
  18. Plum Spooky (14.5)
  19. Finger Lickin’ Fifteen
  20. Sizzling Sixteen
  21. Smoking Seventeen
  22. Explosive Eighteen
  23. Notorious Nineteen
  24. Takedown Twenty
  25. Top Secret Twenty-One
  26. Tricky Twenty-Two
  27. Turbo Twenty-Three (November 2016)


Book 1: One For The Money


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Started this one again on 9/1.  I LOVE this story so far!  🙂


Update 1/28/17: WOW! I guess it’s been awhile since I updated this post, let alone reading more of the series. Let me see if I can remember what I thought about this book, as I finished back in September. We first learn about Stephanie Plum, and how she got started as a Bond agent. We also meet Morelli and learn about how much of a pig he was with her when they were younger. This is one of three of this series I still have in paperback, so I spent more time reading this one than I have on later books. After reading this, I remember watching the movie right afterwards…

I think I’ll include my review from Goodreads.  “For the number of times I’ve read this one in the past few years, I love it even more with each pass through! That’s a true test of how awesome the character of Stephanie Plum is! 🙂  ”


Book 2: Two For The Dough

I finished this one on September 14th. I honestly don’t remember much about this book, even though I know I’ve read it several times. This is the second book of three that I have in paperback. Umm..  Morelli’s cousin makes an appearance as her mark for this book. Hilarity ensues, as per their usual. The only review I put on Goodreads was a smiley face. So, good going past me…


Book 3: Three To Get Deadly

I finished this one on September 21st. Again, I honestly don’t remember much about what happened in this book, as this was finished so long ago. This, again, was a paperback book. The premise, is that Stephanie goes up against a guy that is highly revered in their community. Again, good going past me, with the same Goodreads review of ” :)”  LOL…


Book 4: Four To Score

This one took me a bit longer to finish, as I think I was starting to need a break from the Stephanie Plum character. Either that, or I got distracted by some pretty new book in my queue. I finished this on October 10th. This is the first that I’ve collected on my Kindle… I didn’t add much to my Goodreads review, once again. I think I’ll put the blurb that’s on Goodreads for each book, if I’ve done that… So, at least you can get the basics of the books…

Stephanie Plum, Trenton, New Jersey’s favorite pistol-packing, condom-carrying bounty hunter, is back – and on the trail of a revenge-seeking waitress who’s skipped bail. With the help of 73-year-old Grandma Mazur, ex-hooker Lula, a transvestite musician named Sally Sweet, and the all-too-hospitable, all-too-sexy Joe Morelli, Stephanie might just catch her woman. Then again, with more mishaps than there are exits on the Jersey Turnpike – including murders, firebombs, and Stephanie’s arch-rival bounty hunter chasing after the same fugitive – Stephanie better watch her back big-time if she wants to live to crack this case.”


Book 5: High Five

This one took me a bit to read, but I had also marked this as ‘read’ on October 10th. Nothing on my Goodreads review, so here’s the breakdown they gave…

“Her Uncle Fred has disappeared. A body turns up in a garbage bag. She’s got a nasty bookie following her around town. Grandma Mazur has her hands on the stun gun. Stephanie can’t keep a car for more than forty-eight hours. Two men are trying to get her into bed. She has nothing to wear to the Mafia wedding. And there’s an angry little man (don’t call him a dwarf!) who won’t leave her apartment.

Bail jumping in Trenton is down to small potatoes. Stephanie’s only open case is a small bond for a small violation, committed by a small person who raises Stephanie’s frustration level in big ways. So short of money and long on bills, Stephanie comes up with a plan-–diversify! Signing on as an intern with entrepreneurial Super Bounty Hunter Ranger, Stephanie ventures into Ranger’s mostly morally correct and marginally legal operations.

None of this makes vice cop Joe Morelli a happy man. The cop in him can’t help but wonder as to the source of Stephanie’s expensive new cars. And the rest of him, the man who’s been friend and lover to Stephanie, can’t help but wonder if there’s more to the partnership than meets the eye.

The internship is downgraded to second priority when Uncle Fred goes missing. Even though Grandma Mazur is sure he was abducted by aliens, Stephanie sets out to look for Fred. He’s a perfectly average senior citizen, and he’s disappeared without a trace while running errands. He’s left his ten-year-old Pontiac station wagon locked up nice and neat in the Grand Union parking lot, the cleaning is carefully arranged on the back seat, and his wife is at home, waiting for him to return with the bread and the milk and the olive loaf bologna. Locked in the top drawer of his desk are photos of a body, dismembered and stuffed into a garbage bag. And locked away in the computer files of a another average citizen are the clues that will lead Stephanie to Fred. ”


Book 6: Hot Six

This one was marked as ‘read’ on October 19th. No review, yet again…

Low-rent bounty hunter Stephanie Plum reaches depths of personal experience that other women detectives never quite do. In Hot Six, for example, a sequence of new and hideous cars bite the dust; she finds herself lumbered with a policeman’s multiply incontinent dog; and she has several bad skin days. All this when she is trying to prove her distinctly more competent colleague and occasional boyfriend Ranger innocent of a mob hit; avoid the heavies trailing her in the hope of finding him; and cope with a wife-abusing bail defaulter with nasty habits, such as setting Stephanie on fire.”


Book 7: Seven Up

I’m still currently “reading” this one, but I think I’ve been taking a bit of a break. I started this on October 19th, and I think I only read a chapter before I let myself get carried away by other books… I’ll update you once I finish the book! 🙂


Book 8: Hard Eight

Book 9: Visions of Sugar Plums (8.5)

Book 10: To The Nines

Book 11: Ten Big Ones

Book 12: Eleven On Top

Book 13: Twelve Sharp

Book 14: Plum Lovin (12.5)

Book 15: Lean Mean Thirteen

Book 16: Plum Lucky (13.5)

Book 17: Fearless Fourteen

Book 18: Plum Spooky (14.5)

Book 19: Finger Lickin’ Fifteen

Book 20: Sizzling Sixteen

Book 21: Smoking Seventeen

Book 22: Explosive Eighteen

Book 23: Notorious Nineteen

Book 24: Takedown Twenty

Book 25: Top Secret Twenty-One

Book 26: Tricky Twenty-Two

Book 27: Turbo Twenty-Three



Wow!  That’s a lot of books.  Something tells me that Ms. Evanovich isn’t quite done with Stephanie yet.  Even with the one not being released until November, I predict she has a few more planned.  We’ll see.  In the meantime, I’m out!  Cheers!  -Silver-

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