Review: Sizzling Sixteen

Sizzling Sixteen Book Review
3 of 5 stars to Sizzling Sixteen, the 16th mystery in the Stephanie Plum series, published in 2009 and written by Janet Evanovich. I’ve come to expect laughs and kooky characters in these books, and this one is full of them. But other than that, it wasn’t as good as the rest. I’d even say this is my least favorite of the bunch. The laughs are wonderful, but the substance is declining due to the rush to put them in the stores and on the market. That said, I won’t focus on all the negatives… if you love the series, stick with it… you know what to expect. But I would like things to step up more. This one revolved around getting money in order for cousin Vinny to stay in business. Vinny’s not my favorite character either. I read one more after this one and then took a hiatus from the series around 2011. I’ll go back later this year, only because they do make me laugh.

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