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The irrepressibly charming duo of Emerson Knight and Riley Moon returns in another gripping mystery by #1 New York Times bestselling author Janet Evanovich.Buddhist monk Wayan Bagus lost his island of solitude and wants to get it back. The island was about two hundred miles northeast of Samoa. It had a mountain, beaches, a rain forest, and a volcano. And now it’s gone. PooThe irrepressibly charming duo of Emerson Knight and Riley Moon returns in another gripping mystery by #1 New York Times bestselling author Janet Evanovich.Buddhist monk Wayan Bagus lost his island of solitude and wants to get it back. The island was about two hundred miles northeast of Samoa. It had a mountain, beaches, a rain forest, and a volcano. And now it’s gone. Poof! Vanished without a trace.Brilliant and boyishly charming Emerson Knight likes nothing better than solving an unsolvable, improbable mystery. And finding a missing island is better than Christmas morning in the Knight household. When clues lead to a dark and sinister secret that is being guarded by the National Park Service, Emerson will need to assemble a crack team for help. Since a crack team isn’t available, he enlists Riley Moon and his cousin Vernon. Riley Moon has a Harvard business degree and can shoot the eyes out of a grasshopper at fifty feet, but she can’t figure out how to escape the vortex of Emerson Knight’s odd life. Vernon has been Emerson’s loyal and enthusiastic partner in crime since childhood. He now lives in an RV behind Emerson’s house.Together, this ragtag, mismatched trio will embark on a worldwide investigation that will expose a conspiracy one hundred years in the making....

Title : Dangerous Minds
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ISBN : 9780553392746
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 319 Pages
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Dangerous Minds Reviews

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin
    2018-11-14 21:03

    This book had me in stitches! I wouldn't expect less from a JE book! Vernon gets all the stars. He's freaking hilarious 😂 And the Bigfoot thing 😂 Vernon naked, covered in mud with a birds nest covering his lollipop 😂 I can't even people! Mel ❤️

  • Anita
    2018-11-16 16:46

    I don't know why the National Park Service and Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders have earned JE's wrath, but she sure has made evil villains of them in this book. Actually, I kinda like the Rough Riders as Spec Ops warriors, just not the evil, murdering, plotting to take over the world kind. Anyway, this is a wonderful, entertaining, interesting, educational and humorous read. I am a diehard JE fan and this book did not disappoint.Emerson Knight is an brilliant, eccentric, hot, handsome billionaire. His mentor, Wayan Bagus - a Buddhist Monk, shows up with at Mysterioso Manor with a tale of forced removal by uniformed thugs and the disappearance of his small Pacific island near Samoa, Emerson has a mystery to solve and he really loves a mystery. Riley Moon is the daughter of a small town Texas Sherriff and has multiple degrees from Harvard. She is the voice of reason and she can also drive like a race car driver and shoot with the best of them. Emerson caused he to lose her last job and had hired her and his amanuensis. Riley and Emerson, along with cousin Vernon and Wayan Bagus set off to solve the mystery of the disappearing Pacific Island and end up in a whole lot of extremely hot matter. Starting in Washington D.C. where they rattle the wrong cage to Yellowstone Park, where they barely escape being boiled alive, to the Big Island of Hawaii where, well, lets just say that the earth is intact, because Riley and Emerson saved the day.

  • Sheri
    2018-11-21 22:58

    A line from the book sums up the story quite nicely: "another whackadoodle conspiracy theory obsession." And just like Riley, I got sucked in too. Was it a conspiracy? Was Emerson really off his rocker this time? I had to read on to find out the who, what, where, and when of Riley and Emerson's latest mission. What craziness would ensue this time?A fun quick read, yet at times I felt as if the author was trying too hard. I got really tired of reading the idiom "for the love of Mike" and even some of Vernon's antics just seemed forced. It's not my favorite Evanovich series, but honestly, I will keep reading just for the zany adventures and the light read.

  • Darcy
    2018-11-12 16:03

    I think I'm done with this series. This one was just as ridiculous as the first and had it not shown up on my library's website I wouldn't have picked it up. Too many things were too over the top and not believable even in the land of fiction.

  • Scott
    2018-11-09 22:05

    You know what you get with a Janet Evanovich book. An independent, pretty girl, a hunky guy (or two) to team up with, and an adventure full of mystery and silly zaniness. Solving the mystery involves visiting different locations, lots of overwhelmingly crazy characters, and comical situations throughout the adventure. There will be lots of teasing and innuendo between the pretty girl and hunky guy as they work together, but in the end the mystery will be resolved whether on purpose or by accident within 300 pages of reading.This description pretty well describes her Stephanie Plum, Fox and O’Hare, and now her new Knight and Moon novels. You may think it sounds fairly formula-matic, and that’s true. However, in all honesty, nobody else is better at writing this type of sarcastic humor and risqué laden banter than anyone else. Evanovich gets you to laugh out loud at least once every other page because of the downright silliness of her plots and character reactions. “Dangerous Minds” is the second book in her new Knight and Moon series. Riley Moon, fresh out of Harvard into the business world, is assistant to Emerson Knight, a very rich man who has taken over his deceased parent’s large inheritance. Emerson is considered a bit odd, eccentric, and lacking social skills by many, but he is also brilliant and loves solving mysteries. In this outing, one of Emerson’s mentors, a Buddhist monk named Wayne Bagus has lost his northern Samoan island of solitude and wants it back. The island has literally disappeared. Emerson, along with Riley, and Emerson’s oddball cousin, Vernon, are off to discover who took the island, which includes visiting Washington DC, Yellowstone park, and Hawaii. The plot involves government conspiracies, a tin man, molten lava, strange matter, and a Penning Trap.Having read a lot of Evanovich’s books, I still found this new duo to be fresh and funny. I loved the dialogue and constant flirting. I especially loved the crazy things that came out of Vernon’s mouth. What a cool sidekick. The mystery itself was okay and enjoyable for the most part, but it is the characters - their charm and idiosyncrasies – that is what drives the reading pleasure. This is a good summer’s book to escape the seriousness of life and enjoy some madcap and wacky adventures for a day or two.

  • Cheri
    2018-12-04 14:52

    Although not my fave series from JE, I did enjoy the laughs I got out of this one. I liked it better than Curious Minds. Vernon never ceases to crack me up! I know ppl thought it was over the top but wth, it's fiction. I now know a ton of facts about volcanoes and strange manner,lol! I do look forward to the next crazy book :)

  • Barbara Rogers
    2018-11-24 17:42

    Series: Knight and Moon #2Publication Date: 6/20/17When I’m ready for smiles, giggles and guffaws encased in an intriguing mystery, Janet Evanovich is my go-to author. Just picture sitting on your sofa listening to or reading this book and you just burst out laughing and your spouse looks at you like you have suddenly gone nuts. That is the way it is through this entire book. The characters are busy investigating a very serious mystery and you are sitting there with a huge smile on your face. It is a thoroughly enjoyable read. If you like Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, then you’ll love this one as well.Emerson Knight, gazillionaire, takes eccentric to a whole new level. He’s brilliant and loves solving impossible, improbable puzzles. So, a whole island going missing and megalomaniacs seeking world domination and/or destruction are right down his alley. Oh, and by the way, add that he is romance cover gorgeous and charming as well!Riley Moon has multiple degrees from Harvard and she can also shoot, rope and ride with the best of them. She’s strong and resourceful – and attractive as well. Riley works for Emerson Knight because he caused her to lose her last job – and he pays her REALLY well. She always has really good intentions, but somehow she always gets caught up in the force of nature that is Emerson Knight and can’t manage to escape.Emerson once studied under Wayan Bagus who is a monk, so when he shows up at Emerson’s home asking for help because his island has disappeared, Emerson dives right in and investigates. The investigation takes us to Yellowstone and Hawaii and includes a secret government organization bent on ruling the world.I hope you’ll give this book a try because I think you will like it.

  • Gail
    2018-11-15 17:44

    I don't even know where to begin with this book. I 'liked' the first Knight & Moon book; not loved but gave it points for being the first book in what I thought would be a fun series. Boy was I wrong.This book is a silly mess. Aimed for humor, I think, but most of the humor was juvenile and really not funny. Who wrote this book? This isn't the Evanovich of old, the lady who wrote some very funny, very enjoyable Loveswept romances, some of which I have in audio and listen to very often.First it was the Plums - those deteriorated. I no longer read that series.Now it's this so-new series - so new that it hasn't had time to become repetitious and cliché like the Plums did. So very disappointing. Even the quirky plot couldn't elevate this one to two stars.Now I'm left with just the "Fox & O'Hare" series which I love, the mission impossible theme is its main draw for me, as well as the more subtle, sophisticated humor. Don't bother with this one. Reread an old favorite. Or just try another author. I'm glad I didn't spend money on this one.

  • Nique
    2018-11-27 18:52

    Meh...I think this sequel is going downhill from the first. Or maybe I'm just feeling that all of Evanovich's characters are the same and it's getting boring

  • Meeghan
    2018-11-13 17:46

    Ah Janet… you certainly have a formula, don't you. Not that I’m complaining, it’s a formula that works, and is highly enjoyable, it’s just predictable!I will absolutely admit there came a point around fifty pages in where Riley’s car take a hatchet to the hood and then starts leaking fluids - we assume at this point that the car is not going to make it - and all I thought was “Oh my god. She’s Stephanie reincarnated.” It was around that point I considered putting the book down, but then I thought to myself “There’s no love triangle, so I think we're good.”We start this book leaving off (we assume) not that long after the events of Curious Minds, and find that Riley is working for Emerson trying to untangle his estate’s affairs. Enter stage left a friend of Emerson’s (a Buddhist monk named Wayan Bagus) who brings an unusual problem to Emerson for solving. His island north of Samoa has disappeared. Now, I know what you’re thinking, Riley thought it too, how the hell does an island with a rainforest, beaches and a volcano just go missing? Well, it appears that Evanovich can make anything happen, and then seem strangely plausible. It’s a gift, I tell you.In terms of character development, there isn’t a great deal with Riley or Emerson. We learn that Emerson enjoys Sherlock quotes and finds Riley attractive, and we learn that Riley still says “Crap on a cracker”, and Emerson’s eccentricities annoy her less. I’ll give you one guess where this is heading. We do learn a bit more about Emerson’s cousin Vernon, which is a nice distraction to the seemingly implausible plot.There is absolutely something about the mystery/crime/chick-lit/bordering-on-fantasy that these stories hold. I guess we first see them in the Plum ‘between-the-novels’ with Diesel, and then he kind of to his own series with Lizzy which seems to have fallen off the radar. At best, this new series is a nice mix between the Fox and O’Hare and Plum series’. Some ridiculousness mixed with some far-fetched scheming. What I would like to see is Evanovich write about a relationship that *gasp* works. I know, right? Call me crazy. I do have hopes that either this or the Nick and Kate books will get that one day.It was a good, fun, quick read though, and I think it will be my new favourite of hers. Call me crazy, but I think I like Emerson!♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ - 7/10 hearts

  • Sophia
    2018-11-30 17:04

    For years, I've been meaning to try a Janet Evanovich book. I thought it would be her acclaimed Stephanie Plum series, but then this one which was only two books in, caught my eye and, yes, I confess, it was because I adore Lorelei King as a narrator. I was a little concerned that I was picking up the second book in a series, but shrugged it off. Dangerous Minds ended up doing just fine out of order and would work as a standalone.The book opens with a startling arrival to wealthy Emerson Knight's estate. His former mentor, a soft-voiced Buddhist monk states that his island home disappeared. Of course, it was funny, but also set the ball in motion for eccentric Emerson, redoubtable Riley, along with Emerson's hilarious horn-dog cousin Vernon, and the monk, Wayan, to head out on their latest adventure.Throughout the book, I found myself bursting out with laughs, mostly at Vernon's juvenile humor, but nearly as often at Emerson. Evanovich knows how to write brilliant, quirky and engaging characters.The setting for this latest case is America's Nat'l Parks that contain volcanic action. I loved this, particularly, since I just spent a bit this past summer camping at a Nat'l Park and exploring its volcanic region and I've been to Yellowstone, twice, where lots of the story took place.This is a lighter suspense story with the bad guys evident from the beginning, but the mystery of what they are hiding in the national parks being the unknown element. There are a few 'ew' moments when things get gritty, but for the most part, the intrepid gang of heroes manage to keep life and limb intact while cheesing it up.There is a very slow-build romance element between Emerson and Riley, but the situation they are in causes this to stop and start its way along. They are a fun pair of opposites.Lorelei King told a saucy adventure well and I loved that though there are many more male voices than female, she nailed it. Great match for the tone and pace of the book.So, my first outing with a Janet Evanovich book was a rousing good success and I will definitely want more Knight & Moon adventures. I think the cozy mystery and light romantic suspense lovers would be a good fit for this book/series.My thanks to Penguin-Random House Audio for the opportunity to listen to this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Nurse Lisa In Ohio (PRN Book Reviews)
    2018-11-18 17:54

    funny funny funny with clever banter, real honest to goodness interesting information and action. an actual comment I once received on a report I submitted (junior high): "well written in your own inimitable style"...I think it applies absolutely to "Dangerous Minds"! Evan Ovid cracks me up and I reeeallllly needed some smiles this week.

  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆
    2018-12-10 14:58

    www.touchmyspinebookreviews.comReview from my personal blogHello fellow bilbliophies and random internet users today I will be reviewing Janet Evanovich's newest NY Time's bestseller Dangerous Minds. This book made me laugh my a** off and pardon me, that's a whole lot of a**! I especially loved Vernon's character in this book! His ignorance is hilarious and quite charming. I also thoroughly enjoyed Riley Moon and Emerson Knight's relationship and how they qork togetger to save the day! I enjoyed this book more than the first one in this series, I felt tgis book was a little funnier but both great. So many critics have compared this series to the Stephanie Plum series and I feel you have to look at it completley different. I really enjoy how there is so much awesome quotes used and how these books are based on conspiracies. I might even enjoy this series a little more than Stephanie Plum in some ways. I know to some I might be blaspheming! Lol. Furthermore, I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for an adventure and needs their weekly dose of sh*ts and giggles! Hope everyone has a book filled and fantastic day!

  • Ronald
    2018-11-23 19:44

    Normally I am a big fan of the silliness of a Janet Evanovich book.But I really do not like either of the main characters Knight and Moon. They are both unlikable. One is a selfish billionaire only interested in satisfying his desires and wants. The other is his female victim of constant abuse. I don't get the relationship between the two as it is not nice or fun or healthy.The worst part of the story was the final chapter. The final chapter contains a number of typos and grammatical errors bad enough I noticed and I'm the least picky to notice such things. Then the story just ends. The ending might be planned but it just ends with no epilogue or follow up to say how things ended up for our heroes and the aftermath of the evil plot revealed (as is common for Evanovich books). It was as almost as if someone did not properly upload the final file of the book before printing and no one checked the final proof. I just find the Lizzy and Diesel characters or the Barnaby series characters more interesting. I hope we get more of those stories before more Knight and Moon.

  • Kathy Davie
    2018-12-03 19:06

    Second in the Knight and Moon comic romantic suspense series and revolving around a mismatched trio of characters.My TakeIt’s obvious. It’s silly. It’s James Bond action at its funniest with a crazy billionaire who connects the dots when half of them are missing and a cousin who firmly believes in Bigfoot.”What choice do I have but to be myself? Everyone else was already taken.”It’s Riley who’s the straight man in all this while Evanovich pulls in memes from television and movies as they go after a group of the baddest bad guys.Using third person omniscient point-of-view, we learn the thoughts, feelings, and actions of all the important characters as the narrator roams freely through the story.It’s a tale to read when you don’t want to think too hard before you laugh.The StoryAn old friend and mentor of Emerson’s has lost his island. It’s disappeared. Now, islands just don’t do that, and Emerson’s interest is piqued.It’s a journey of adventure, action, and daring escapes through lava tubes, boiling fields, and a forklift as they track down how an entire island can go missing, not only physically but on every official map put out by the U.S. government.The CharactersAfter losing her job in Curious Minds, 1, Riley Moon has become Emerson’s somewhat reluctant assistant. Her father is a sheriff back in Texas who, along with her brothers, is fascinated by NASCAR.Emerson Knight is something of a crackpot, an immensely rich and brilliant nutjob with an interest in the metaphysical who loves to investigate. Vernon is Emerson’s cousin in semi-permanent residence in his own monster RV on the Mysterioso Manor estate. He’s also the host of a conspiracy blog, Mysterioso. Aunt Myra is Vernon’s mom, and she keeps house…and Emerson. Also living on the estate are a zooful of animals including Mr. Manfrengensen, a thieving monkey.Wayan Bagus is a Buddhist monk who had been one of Emerson’s mentors.Professor Marion White, a vulcanologist, teaches at George Mason University. Another friend, Milton, is a forensic photographer with the medical examiner’s office in D.C.The missing include……Zachary, Taylor, and Adam Brolowski, the Bro Brothers, are into extreme sports and have a YouTube channel. Emma and Joshua Bullfinch, Margo Tanner, and Richard are hikers.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is……in charge of mapping the world. Among other things. Cheryl Rhoads is the administrator. James is in charge of surveying national parks.The National Park ServiceBart Young is the director. Eugene Spiro is the chief scientist. Tim “Tin Man” Mann is publicly in charge of protecting park resources for the Pacific West Region. The Rough Riders are a secret organization of elite rangers who are to protect secrets hidden inside national parks. Miles Bemmer. Berta is a mechanical engineer working for Young.Yellowstone National ParkBeth is a guide. Dan works at the Physical Resources and Climate Science Branch. Bob Smith and Jim Jones appear to be deputy rangers under Francis Scully the deputy chief ranger.HawaiiAlani Yakomura was Vernon’s first girlfriend and is an astronomer at the Keek Observatory. Steven Yakomura is her dad and a helicopter pilot.Jolene and Mary Beth went to high school with Vernon back in Harrisonburg.The Cover and TitleThe cover is a gorgeous blue-violet with the author’s name large and in a gray-shaded yellow centered at the top, the series information in a pale lilac in the middle, and the medium-sized title in white at the bottom. Framing the series info and the title are a pair of palm trees in silhouette, leaning in towards the pale sliver of moon.The title is all about that mad, despotic director and his henchmen, for they all have Dangerous Minds.

  • Jennifer Woodward
    2018-11-18 19:56

    This series by Evanovich rehashes some of the same characters in different form as her other series. Vernon/Lula, Riley/Alani/Stephanie, Knight/Fox. So although this is only the 2nd book in the Knight and Moon series, longtime Evanovich readers will easily slip into the zany world of Emerson Knight. If you can get around this fact, and have an interest in science, nature and/or technology, this book is sure to satisfy. Much of the book takes place in Hawaii’s lava tubes in a chase to retrieve strange matter collected in Penning traps. This is a far world from the New Jersey suburbs of Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series. And it is a much more interesting world, as well as an educational one, to boot. The relationship between Emerson & Riley moves forward with some bantering and one accidental display of naked flesh, but saving their own skins while saving the world takes precedence throughout the book. Missing from the Emerson & Riley relationship is a sense of pursuit by either character. This, combined with Emerson’s inherent goofiness, downplays their relationship perhaps a bit too much for Evanovich fans. Evanovich’s ability to expand her readership by incorporating globe-hopping and obscure-ish science, and relying on her lovable stock characters, pulls in new readers while maintaining her base. This is nothing short of best-selling fiction genius.

  • Katelyn
    2018-11-14 16:42

    Another outrageous and humorous addition to this series. The events that take place are so unbelievable but once you get past that, it's a fun series. I love the banter between Emerson and Riley and I think it was played up a lot more in this installment, which was enjoyable. While Evanovich definitely has a formula for her books, this one has me hooked enough to keep reading.

  • Kryssi D'Eredita
    2018-11-28 15:11

    I should have stopped this series after I didn't like the first book. I guess I hoped it would get better with this one. Nope. No more Knight and Moon for this girl.

  • Heidi
    2018-12-10 19:02

    Two thirds of the way through. Too ridiculous. Can't tolerate it anymore.

  • Lakshmi C
    2018-11-29 19:00

    Rtc

  • Judy
    2018-11-21 19:09

    I love the quirkiness of the characters. And since I was just at Yellowstone National Park, I had a bit of a giggle.

  • Jackie Lane
    2018-11-26 22:08

    Okay, this one was a bit far-fetched for me.I do like Emerson and the playful banter kept me going through this one. That and the times I laughed out loud.I also love that Lorelei King was the narrator.

  • Kimberlee
    2018-11-16 17:04

    4.5 Giggle Me Silly StarsThere is just something about book with characters that really belong in a Three Stooges movie. Emerson Knight, sexy, handsome, brilliant minded, but slightly eccentric. His assistant Riley Moon, seems to be the only logical one, until forced into danger and she becomes the female version of Rambo. This series is not for the serious minded reader, but those who want to laugh till they giggle themselves silly. I love it, and look forward to many more to come.

  • BenjaminThomas
    2018-11-29 16:57

    I like the Knight and Moon series, but this one just bothered me for some reason. Love the humorous tone of writing by Evanovich, didn't like a particular character--Vernon. In my opinion, he had too much weight in the book, which didn't seem integral too the story. That probably sums up my frustration the most. So many parts weren't integral to the overall story. The plot was entertaining and even well written, but seemed way to ridiculous for me. I've been reading a lot of serious, heavy books recently, so maybe the transition to this one didn't go so well. In the end, If you lessen Vernon's role, beef up more Emerson and Riley, tweak the plot, it would've been a lot better.

  • Yvonne
    2018-11-09 21:11

    Loved it!

  • Holly
    2018-12-10 20:09

    Too cute for me. I like the Stephanie Plum series but this one tries too hard.

  • Kathy
    2018-12-01 21:43

    Disappointed. I found the supposedly witty conversations anything but funny. Just not up to the authors usual fun read.

  • Stephanie
    2018-12-09 17:58

    DANGEROUS MINDS: From Sea to Shining Seahttp://fangswandsandfairydust.com/201... For this new novel and second book in the Knight and Moon series the character line-up is like choosing characters from Evanovich’s stable: Riley, the female half of the title takes one measure of Stephanie Plum’s down to earth sweetness, and and another of Kate O’Hare’s sense of right and wrong, and adds to the mix, some serious academic credentials. Vernon, the somehow redneck cousin of the series’ hero is a male Lula, especially as voiced by Lorelei King. However, I take it that Vernon is less likely to stuff himself into a too small, spandex anything.Sometimes I feel as if Evanovich has a character/plot database and throws darts at it to come up with a book. This is effective in that the stories are invariably amusing and wacky and it is not effective because it is too wacky and the characters from one series to the next are just “types.” The plot in this story feels a little like MEN IN BLACK, NATIONAL TREASURE and the last entry into the Kitty Norville series by Carrie Vaughan: KITTY SAVES THE WORLD are in a relationship. I probably could have used the same graphic for this book that I used for that one.And, speaking of “types” let’s talk about stereotypes: this story involves a Buddhist monk spewing fortune cookies rather than actual Buddhism. Now, I know that these stories are book candy, but, if Christianity were presented in such a way Evanovich would be scathingly declaimed. I explain more in the paragraph below, which you can skip if this is not something that would bug you.For example from Chapter One, and over and over throughout the book the phrase: “The universe provided a way.” (http://www.evanovich.com/dangerous-mi...). I studied Buddhism for years and the idea that the universe would “provide a way” is, I believe, contrary to the dharma. It implies a creator-being directing events versus the causality of our own actions. Buddhism is not a deistic religion; it does not posit a creator being directing events. I feel like the monk character is based on the blind monk in the 1970s TV series KUNG FU which featured a Taoist Shaolin monk. In the US all religions from Asia are popularly lumped into one, but Taoism and Buddhism are not the same.The first book in this series was co-authored, as several of her recent books have been, with Phoef Sutton. This is, however, a solo effort. I don’t get the whole co-writing deal — is she running an atelier, mentoring, or truly co-authoring? In this case, she has apparently taken back the book’s writing in its entirety.With the ability to make the comeuppance of evil-doers sort of funny, the ludicrous nature of DANGEROUS MINDS offers an amusing enough read, perfect for this week in it’s patriotic celebration of our national ideals and celebrating our national parks. But, it is also flawed in it’s lack of new ideas and characters as well as use of stereotypes.

  • Julie
    2018-11-13 18:52

    Evanovich has been a long time go to for quick witted, fun reads, but this was a let down. The plot was ridiculous and the characters even more so. The best way I can describe this book is utterly and annoyingly cartoonish. I'll continue to follow her other works, but I'm leaving the Moon and Knight series.

  • Bill Donhiser
    2018-12-03 16:51

    Like most of Janet Evanovich's books this is a light read. It is funny (more than a little bit silly) but perfect for summer entertainment at the beach. I did not like this as much as the Stephanie Plum series but it was quite enjoyable nonetheless. I look forward to the next book in this series.