Just like the rest of the Plum books there was a formula here only with the addition of the supernatural Diesel. And although the supernatural elements were still there (people “poofing” in and out of places and some other magical powers) there weren’t as over down and distracting as all the others have been which was good since this Between the Plums novel was actually more like a novel instead of a novellete like the others.
Now for the good. Stephanie admitted that she was a dumb ass with no self defense skills (but at least she managed to kick a few guys in the junk so that’s progress). Admitting your problems is a step in the right direction, right? Please let it be Evanovich! Oh and the monkey was kind of funny.
The bad. Come on Stephanie learn some damn defense skills! And have a discussion with Morelli about your relationship! I hate how flippy floppy she is. If Morelli had chicks sleeping in his bed or kissing his head she’d have a fit. Stop having double standards.
For now I’ll continue with this series but I have to remember not to read several of them in a row; the similarities are waaay too obvious when I do.