Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum Series #8)

Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum Series #8)

by Janet Evanovich
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Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum Series #8) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 611 reviews.
Nicole Becker More than 1 year ago
Awesome book! Don't know what i will do when i am done with the series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started this series on #6 I had to go to the library and get the first to last books! I laughed till I cried with every book! I am originally from Jersey and there are too too many Jerseisums for me to count! Hiliarious Read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read (and re-read) every Stephanie Plum novel to date, and (Sorry, Janet!) Hard Eight is just not up to snuff. I miss Grandma Mazur (she should at least threaten someone with a gun), I miss Joe (Stephanie's soul-mate!) and, although he's in it a lot, I miss Ranger! What have you done with him?!? He's still sexy, he's still hot as a pistol, but the passion that emanated off the page with his and Steph's flirtations in the last three books are strangely absent here ... while he fills the page and makes daydreamers of us all, for his and Steph's ultimate moment, it's as though he checked more than his gun at the door. I realize that Steph's deepest soul belongs to Morelli, but she's hot for Ranger ... don't give us cool reflections at a time that needs unbridled heat!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Stephanie's at it again, and it was worth the wait!! Yummy describes this book. I couldn't put it down, and had to re-read certain sections of the book because I couldn't get enough. My department at work consists of 4 women and 2 men--all the women are reading the series, and the men all know who Ranger and Morelli are! Can't wait for #9--Hurry up Janet!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. I also found it not only entertaining, but very funny. I would like it made into a movie!
Anonymous 17 days ago
Janet’s books never disappoint!!! Mystery action laughter a little sex thrown in. Another amazing read Linda
Anonymous 29 days ago
Every single one of the Stephanie Plum books are exciting, hot and laugh out loud funny. Great easy reading and so entertaining.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Very entertaining
Anonymous 6 months ago
It makes me laugh out loud.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I enjoyed reading this book.
Anonymous 11 months ago
About the 6th time I've read this particular book. A little creepier than usual yet I loved it as usual. Fast paced! Despite her Lucille Ball like antics, Stephanie always comes out ok, which I sincerely appreciate. Some unique twists I didn't expect, especially from her mom, not grandma this time. Very entertaining. Re-reading from this one thru 24, waiting on the next November release. I've read 1-7 at least 10 times each; 4 with Sally Sweet is my very favorite of the first 8 in the series. Always enjoy returning characters like Sally and Randy Briggs. Lula and Grandma Mazur always make me laugh out loud. I've introduced this series to several friends who also love these books. I only wish there were many other series that were this good, this entertaining, this unexpected, without too much sex or violence. GREAT series??
ThePolyBlog 12 months ago
BOTTOM-LINE: Not bad, but not the best . PLOT OR PREMISE: Hard Eight (St. Martin's Press, 2010, ISBN/ASIN: B0017I1IZA, Plum (8)) is the eighth book in the Stephanie Plum series. In this one, she's looking for a missing mom and daughter whose grandmother could lose her house if the custody bond is violated. . WHAT I LIKED: The story has the typical range of secondary characters, and an addition of a hard-core female bounty hunter along the lines of Ranger. And a hysterical attempted vehicular murder of the Easter Bunny. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: I don't much care for stories that involve moms/wives and children in jeopardy and being shuttled around like a tub of household effects in a move. Part of that is the ick factor, but part of it is the simplistic storyline and emotional range that is usually given to the characters -- the new "damsel in distress" plotline where someone has to come rescue them. I also didn't feel the intitial bad guys were fleshed out very well, particularly as they are easy to spot in fake masks and outfits, and the final boss felt like a comic book character. . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow her on social media.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
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Everyone in every Plum book has a last name except Lula. Shes always just Lula. ?????? Whats up with that?
Lindsie More than 1 year ago
I love Stephanie Plum novels! They are fast-paced, filled with wit and hilarious twists. I couldn't keep reading if Grandma Mazur wasn't there and Stphanie wasn't going back and forth on her love life! I also found myself loving how Evanovich incorporated Klowne into the mix- totally hysterical! Another A++
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