Twelve Sharp

Twelve Sharp

Janet Evanovich / Oct 20, 2019

Twelve Sharp Welcome to Trenton New Jersey where bounty hunter Stephanie Plum s life is about to implode in Janet Evanovich s wildest hottest novel yet FIRST A STRANGER APPEARSWhile chasing down the usual cast

  • Title: Twelve Sharp
  • Author: Janet Evanovich
  • ISBN: 9780312349486
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Welcome to Trenton, New Jersey, where bounty hunter Stephanie Plum s life is about to implode in Janet Evanovich s wildest, hottest novel yet FIRST A STRANGER APPEARSWhile chasing down the usual cast of miscreants and weirdos Stephanie discovers that a crazed woman is stalking her THEN THE STRANGER REVEALS HER SECRETSThe woman dresses in black, carries a 9mm Glock, and hWelcome to Trenton, New Jersey, where bounty hunter Stephanie Plum s life is about to implode in Janet Evanovich s wildest, hottest novel yet FIRST A STRANGER APPEARSWhile chasing down the usual cast of miscreants and weirdos Stephanie discovers that a crazed woman is stalking her THEN THE STRANGER REVEALS HER SECRETSThe woman dresses in black, carries a 9mm Glock, and has a bad attitude and a mysterious connection to dark and dangerous Carlos Manosostreet name, Ranger NEXT, SOMEBODY DIESThe action turns deadly serious, and Stephanie goes from hunting skips to hunting a murderer SOON, THE CHASE IS ONRanger needs Stephanie for reasons than he can say And now, the two are working together to find a killer, rescue a missing child, and stop a lunatic from raising the body count When Stephanie Plum and Ranger get too close for comfort, vice cop Joe Morelli her on again, off again boyfriend steps in Will the ticking clock stop at the stroke of twelve, or will a stranger in the wind find a way to stop Stephanie Plum forever Filled with Janet Evanovich s trademark action, nonstop adventure, and sharp humor, Twelve Sharp shows why her novels have been called hot stuff The New York Times , and Evanovich herself the master San Francisco Examiner.

    Twelve Sharp Stephanie Plum, by Janet Evanovich Community Reviews Twelve Sharp is an extremely funny book and much better than the last Stephanie Plum book, Eleven on Top Most of the regular characters are included Stephanie s parents, Grandma Mazur, Stephanie s on and off boyfriend Joe Morelli, Twelve Sharp Stephanie Plum, No Stephanie Plum Twelve Sharp Stephanie Plum, No Stephanie Plum Novels Janet Evanovich on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Welcome to Trenton, New Jersey, where bounty hunter Stephanie Plum s life is about to implode in Jane t Evanovich s wildest Twelve Sharp Janet Evanovich Twelve Sharp SOMETIMES MARRIAGE CAN BE A KILLER Just when it seems Stephanie Plum s life may be calming down, a new threat turns up the wife of her mentor, Ranger. Twelve Sharp by by Janet Evanovich Summary and reviews Filled with Janet Evanovich s trademark action, nonstop adventure, and sharp humor, Twelve Sharp shows why her novels have been called hot stuff The New York Times , and Evanovich herself the master San Francisco Examiner. Twelve Sharp OnRead Twelve Sharp This is another story of Stephanie Plum, who keeps getting into troubles every minute of her life With Lula and Joyce Barnhardt and Morelli s wife throws Stephanie off her stride.

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      • Janet Evanovich

        Janet Evanovich is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel, and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author, as well as the Fox and O Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg.


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    1. Book Review4 out of 5 stars to Twelve Sharp, the 12th book in the "Stephanie Plum" cozy mystery series written in 2006 by Janet Evanovich. I really enjoyed this book, given its focus on the mysterious Ranger. Stephanie is being stalked. She's not sure who it is, but the person is scary. She soon learns out this person has a connection to Ranger -- it's his ex-wife. At the same time, Ranger's daughter has been kidnapped, and someone suspects he's behind it all. But for what reason? As the book pr [...]


    2. Lots of Ranger in one of these books always makes me give an extra star. He is dark, mysterious, alpha in a good way, and sexy AF. His looks get compared to Ricky Martin in this book and it was written in 2006. Here's Ricky in 2006:okay, I can work with that.So, in this book Stephanie is trying to help Ranger clear his name and is working as bait for the bad guy. She is on the phone with Morelli:"I was getting read to go to bed," Morelli said. "I don't suppose you want to join me?""That would be [...]


    3. From a blog post I wrote in 2006:I readily admit my OCD tendencies and one of the stronger ones is that I hate putting a good book down until it's done.Twelve Sharp is a good book.I started reading around 10:30 last night and finished up around 1:30 this morning. I did look at the clock several times and contemplated going to sleep but sleep was not nearly as compelling as finishing the book.Sometimes, series tend to get old and the characters stale. Not so in this series. Stephanie, while still [...]


    4. Yes, they are formulaic. Yes, they are light. Yes, they don’t challenge you. Well, so what. They’re a lot of fun. I’ve read all of the Stephanie Plum series, and I enjoy the formula, the humor, and the zany family (Grandma Mazur’s passion for funeral viewings is hysterically the opposite of the revulsion most of us have for such events.) I sooo empathize with Stephanie’s father who is just trying to hold it together in the presence of Grandma Mazur, who, having shot the Thanksgiving tu [...]


    5. At first I was pretty disappointed in Twelve Sharp because it wasn't hilarious. All of the other Stephanie Plum novels were super funny. I gave book #12 5 stars because of the following: 1. Stephanie used some of her Bounty Hunter woman power. She didn't seem so helpless and kicked a little butt. 2. We actually learn some interesting facts about Ranger. YAAYY! 3. Stephanie tells a certain someone she LOVES him, not just l-l-likes him ; )4. An important character gets severly hurt, which usually [...]


    6. If there is one thing you can count on with the Stephanie Plum series, it is that you are going to have a laugh until your stomach hurts, good time.I adore this series. It has it all, tension filled romance, yummy and hilarious side characters that are every bit as hilarious as they are swoon worthy, action, humor, and most of all, it is just freaking fun and one I turn to time and time again.While this twelve installment is just as funny, just as good as all the others, it is also a little more [...]


    7. My absolute favorite of the series thus far! 12 is a wonderful balance of humor and tension, with a determinedly different plotline. I don't know how she does it, but Evanovich keeps this series fresh and entertaining with every addition.I'll admit, I'm getting a bit tired of the Ranger-or-Joe debate. Mostly because I've never been a girl who loves the bad boys, so the attraction of bad-boy-Ranger does not entice - for me, it really isn't a question. Because I'm tiring of the "who will she pick? [...]


    8. :: 4.5 Smokin Stars :: As with any Evanovich novel I was hooked from page 1 all the way until the end. I can never get enough of Stephanie Plum, Grandma Mazur, and Lula. Once again, this book is jam packed with laughs, fun, and gun yielding woman (amongst other crazies). Readers cannot get enough of Stephanie’s eccentric family; specifically, grandma Mazur trying to open the closed casket on her favorite night of the week- funeral viewings. Some people ask if the stories ever get old? No they [...]


    9. Again, I have only chosen one of the Janet Evanovich/Stephanie Plum mysteries to put here so as not to clog the shelf with all of her stuff. If you want to read some funny shit with fantastic characters and totally outrageous scenarios that only get crazier, check out Janet Evanovich. Her main character, Stephanie Plum, is an incompetent bounty hunter who is constantly being stalked, getting all kinds of nasty things in her hair, and having her car blown up. She is caught between two men: the ev [...]


    10. I highly recommend going back to the beginning of this series and starting there. I stumbled upon the stephanie plum novels halfway thru the series and wish I had found it sooner. Each addition to the series is a treatrcastic witty humora heroine that can bumble around and eat consolation donuts but still look herself in the eye in the mirror and kiss hunky mysterious guys when she and her boyfriend are on the outs. LOVE this series.Long story short, girl works as bounty hunter to bring home the [...]



    11. I'm thinking this one is by far my favorite in the series, and not just because of Ranger. Well, OK. Mostly because of Ranger. In this installment, Stephanie, Lula, and Connie are up to their eyeballs in FTA's. Vinnie has overextended the business by handing out bonds willy-nilly and is now putting the pressure on everyone in the office to recoup some money. Things have gotten so bad that Connie is forced to put an ad in the paper for an extra agent. Trouble is, everyone and their mother are sho [...]



    12. If i could give this book more than five stars, i definitely would. This is my best thriller book ever.The story is about a Stephanie Plum a bounty hunter, she works with Ranger a hot Caucasian guy sometimes, they had a fling once and they are still attracted to each other, but she's currently dating her on and off boyfriend Morelli since high school.She was working one day when one woman approached her and told her she was ranger's wife, and that they married six months ago, that he left her la [...]


    13. Just like reading the complete works of Dickens, I am working my way through the epistles of Mistress Evanovich whose tomes cover a panoply of colorful characters in ye merry old New Jersey. And why not? I bought the complete works of Nathaniel Hawthorne at a flea market once and decided, since I then owned it, should read it. I didn’t make it though one volume (I think there were ten)—much better than Advil PM, it was great at sleep inducing. Dame Janet is a little more lively although, per [...]


    14. First, I’ll admit a personal weakness: I actually laughed several times when reading one of the Stephanie Plum books last year. But that was last year, and a couple Stephanie Plum books ago. Words cannot describe the formulaic lack of imagination in this particular twelfth book: sitcom-quality one-liners, grotesque, stereotypical, clownish characters, and one particularly annoying Stephanie Plum, whom the reader wishes to die, so as to end this ridiculous series. I got it! I too can write coul [...]



    15. First, I would like to say that a. I did not purchase this book b. I am suffering from jet lag induced insomnia and c. as a result of this insomnia I wasn't up to anything super intellectual at 4 AM so I thought I'd try the book my mom got for free at her company picnic in July.Obviously I wasn't thinking properly, period.I saw how bad this book was by page two (gratuitous descriptions of characters? CHECK over exposition CHECK fantastical plot/characters? CHECK) but kept going. I figured, it's [...]


    16. This is a hard book to rate. I disliked the beginning and almost quit reading it. There was too much sleaze and foul language for my taste. I am very glad that I kept reading because the actual mystery and its effect on the regular characters was great, one of the best, if not the best in the series so far. Added bonus: the almost obligatory hilarious dinner scene at the Plum residence will be hard to top in future books.





    17. Okay, here's the thing: I used to love this series with every fibre of my being. I was beyond excited every time a new book came out. I bought everything that Janet Evanovich published, and read them over and over again. And I still really enjoy the first handful of books in this series - they're actual crime novels with occasional humorous moments to lighten the mood. The first one, in particular, is ridiculously dark. But.The further into the series you get, the more slapstick-y and same-recyc [...]


    18. Security expert and bounty hunter Ranger is used to catching wanted people, but now he's the one who is wanted. There's a woman looking for him who claims she is married to him. He has another big problem - someone who looks a lot like him has kidnapped his daughter. His friend, bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, has her own problems. Even though it's her job, she's not particularly good at bounty hunting and each apprehension is difficult. She's also dealing with her grandmother's decision to become [...]


    19. This is the twelfth in the numbered series about the continuing adventures of Stephanie Plum, who is still (as always) trying to make up her mind between Joe Morrelli, the cop who took her virginity behind the counter of the bakery at which she was working when she was sixteen (in response to which she drove her car up onto the sidewalk to nail him a few years later and broke his leg) and Ranger, a “real” bounty hunter, who is not the marrying type but is strong, dark, silent, dangerous, and [...]


    20. These books still make me laugh out loud, and I am enjoying them, but I am really getting annoyed with both Stephanie and Ranger. It bothers me a lot how much of a pushover Stephanie is. She says no to something, and everyone just goes and does it anyway and she just lets them. I don't think she would be half so incompetent at everything she tries if she would just stand up for herself and mean it. I mean, seriously! **** Possible Spoilers*****And, I know Stephanie is to blame here too, but I am [...]


    21. I had really mixed opinions about this one. In terms of the series, I really enjoyed this book, it was one of my favourites to date. However, I had some real issues with some things that happened in this series so couldn't rate it higher than 3 stars. (view spoiler)[So Ranger, who is a total bad ass and has so many connections, needs Stephanie's help more than any others to get him out of this situation? I just didn't buy it. My major issue though was with Ranger getting into Stephanie's bed wit [...]


    22. A crazy woman is looking for Stephanie Plum, Ms. Bounty Hunter and every auto insurance company's nightmare. When they come face to face, the woman pulls a gun on Steph and tells her she is looking for her husband Ranger. He, unfortunately, cannot be reached, since he is on some special case in Miami. And the next time Stephanie sees him, he's on the news. He's wanted for kidnapping. And murder. Another entertaining Plum novel. Same colorful characters, with an addition or two. Lula recruits Gra [...]


    23. The mystery of Ranger is explored, and wow! Evanovich has a way of twisting you around so you laugh out loud at one moment and suck in your breath at the next. Twelve Sharp has a more than its fair share of these moments. A rollercoaster ride the whole time, and no one is left out. A fan favorite for sure. Three magic words are said by the end and yes, this book is smoking hot.Favorite quote/phrase:"I try hard not to do things that are stupid. I'm willing to make an exception in this case. I'm n [...]


    24. I won't bother with my bitching again. It's all the same. Actually in this book Ranger ends up having to stay with Stephanie. So Joe decides that he needs to stand between the untrustworthy Ranger and his kind of slutty girlfriend Stephanie. When Stephanie says she thinks it's a bad idea, Ranger tells her, "I'm not leaving. And if you have sex with him while I'm here, I'll kill him." Take a moment. If Stephanie has sex with her boyfriend, Ranger will shoot him. So I decided that Morelli is the o [...]


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