Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum, #24) by Janet Evanovich

Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum, #24)

This Jersey girl hits hard--twenty-four seven. The blockbuster Stephanie Plum series continues with Hardcore Twenty-Four from #1 New York Times bestselling Janet Evanovich.

Details Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum, #24)

TitleHardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum, #24)
Release DateNov 14th, 2017
GenreMystery, Fiction, Humor, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit

Reviews Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum, #24)

  • Carol.
    I finally figured out the target audience for this series! My younger cousin is trying to read again--she has a four-year-old and a two-year-old, so I'm doubtful for her chance of success--so I introduced her to this series. To be completely honest, I took three things into consideration when suggesting it: one, in the early part of the series, I always laughed out loud at least once a book, if not more; two, they have a low mental commitment val...
  • Lori
    "It's filled with raccoons. They were eating cereal and stuff and rearranging the furniture."These books are like a movie-snack: popcorn, candy, you get the idea. I laugh and smile every time that I read one.
  • Sheri
    A fast, light, and fun read. Stephanie is all that we are and all that wish we could be: insecure in her looks and in her abilities, yet trustful and secure in her relationships. She’s fearless and independent, with a loyal sidekick and protective men in her life. She questions her relationship status at times but is confident she is exactly where she needs and wants to be at this point in her life. She is able to eat all the junk food she want...
  • Jilly
    Oh, the usual Stephanie Plum book. Half the book is her and Lula eating enough junk food to feed a college frat house and the other half is her chasing after some dumbass criminals and totaling cars - often Ranger's cars... “Bad news,” I said. “It’s about your Lexus.” “One of my patrol cars drove by it an hour ago and said it was being circled by vultures.” “There was an unfortunate incident with a dead groundhog.” “I didn’t...
  • Cindy
    This was the first time I've been let down by a Plum book. Most of my friends in various Stephanie Plum groups admit they stopped reading the series somewhere around book 12. I thought that was short sighted and I still had a lot of fun reading about Stephanie's antics even though Janet never makes any real headway in a permanent love interest direction. Up until this book I would have described myself as a Plum. Not necessarily a Babe or Cupcake...
  • No Apology Book Reviews
    Boring, sick of Evanovich formula, disgusted with StephanieOne of your friends makes an unexpectedly hilarious joke at just the right moment, and everyone laughs until they’re leaking bodily fluids. Then the moment passes and everyone gets over it, but the friend liked the attention and keeps trying to tell the joke over and over again or reference it or try to tell similar jokes to the point of seeming desperate for a reaction. In my opinion, ...
  • Monnie
    When I opened this book, the 24th in the series featuring offbeat bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, it was not without a bit of trepidation. The previous installment, Turbo Twenty-Three, was so lackluster that I gave it just 3 stars (and grudgingly at that). Aside from the same old, same old characters who just can't seem to grow up, the story itself was borderline silly.But alas, my hope of improvement just wasn't to be. Not only is Stephanie still ...
  • Cheri
    Binge read it in 5 hours! I so needed the laughs from this book and there are plenty of them. Lulu had me rolling. Grandma Mazur is more hysterical than ever. Joe is still overworked but sexy. Ranger is still mysterious but sexy. Diesel is, wow, what can I say? I love Diesel!! Stephanie has her hands full for sure! Can't wait for #25. Looks like it's gonna be another great one!
  • Donna
    In the latest book in this series, bounty hunter Stephanie Plum and her sidekick Lula are knee deep in snakes and zombies. I read this series because it is the closest I get to slapstick comedy. The scenes and conversations are outrageously funny. Stephanie's grandma, who has to be 90 years old, meets a new boyfriend online and his picture shows him to look exactly like George Hamilton. As usual, Stephanie goes through cars as fast as Lula goes t...