Time for another rambling YAY! Today I'm gonna share my super deep thoughts on the second book in the Stephanie Plum series, Two for the Dough by Janet Evanovich. Read this one because of a combination of needing a bit of light heartedness, need to get the books back to their rightful owner (there coming Kelsey I promise!), and I just really enjoyed the first one. As always SPOILERS AHEAD!
skyscraper...again fairly realistic. Cars once again play a significant role in the book, with Stephanies being stolen early on, forcing her to use her uncle's boat of a Buick with some hilarious results. The issue of violence, especially against women was shown again, not as much as with the last book, but again shown as a bad thing that should NEVER be ignored, allowed, or excused. I liked this book as much as the last one and felt it was a very natural progression. I felt things moved forward at a reasonable pace with Stephanie learning, but still not super girl, with relationships moving forward, but not magically perfect and with plenty of stories left to tell. I give this book an 8 out of 10 severed members...read the book, it will make sense.
What is your happy series go to? What other books combine realism and humor in a good way? Why did I write this post like a lingo hipster chick?