Janet Evanovich Message Board
gygigirl posts on 9/27/2007 3:01:22 PM
Hi I am new to this board but love the books. Steph is a brunette but has had blonde and orange hair in the books. Costume ideas are a bit of a stretch. Blue eyes, brown big scary italian hair and jeans and a tee shirt. No one will know who you are. Even with Ranger handling you all the time.
Anonymous posts on 9/23/2007 5:26:54 PM
I've got a question and thought someone here might have the answer. On "another site" Janet's daughter was asked for suggestions for a Stephanie costume for Halloween. Alex mentioned wearing a black curly wig. I've read the entire series and don't have a mental picture of Steph with black hair. Is this correct?? I know her hair is curly, but I've always imagined it was brown. I guess I'll have go back and reread everything!
TLC posts on 9/18/2007 7:57:38 AM
Stephanie, unfortunately Janet only writes one Plum series book a year. It will be June of 2008 (always June) for the 14th release. Thanks for the In Death info.
stephanie posts on 9/13/2007 7:21:23 PM
Does anyone know the next book will be out? I want to know what is going to happen with the Stephanie, Ranger, Joe triangle. And I read the In Death series to and have read every one of them that J.D. Robb has put out. And yes the Peabody and McNabb fling does continue throughout the series. I love that series and I own almost all the newer ones that have come out!
TLC posts on 9/13/2007 7:07:53 PM
Hey, it has been awhile since we have heard from anybody. Has anyone sent in a name for the 14th book to Janet's web site? Also, "In Death" fans, I just finished Witness in Death and I am really loving the little romance between McNabb and Peabody. What a shocker that was! Does this continue on throughout the series. Please say yes! I enjoy them as much as Eve and Roarke.
amanda posts on 8/17/2007 8:37:55 PM
i love the plum book they are so good i can make up my mind who she should be with. i was woundering if any of you have read the holiday novels i dident know if they were as good is joe and ranger in those too
Patty Oi posts on 8/16/2007 8:29:21 PM
The Full Series by Janet Evanovich are almost as good as Stephanie. Max and Jamie are the main characters.
Lisa Scottoline, Rosato Assoc Series and J. A. Jance, Sheriff Joanna Brady are also good series.
TLC posts on 8/16/2007 4:15:09 PM
A lot of us here read the In Death series by Nora Roberts (written as J.D. Robb). I am now on Conspiracy in Death. I have also started the Bubbles Yablonski series, due to a suggestion by someone on this site and I love it. The 1st one is Bubbles Unbound. I have just finished the 2nd one, Bubbles in Trouble. There are about 5-6 in the series and it is written by Sarah Strohmeyer. Check Bubbles out, very Plum-like.
DD posts on 8/15/2007 4:15:21 PM
Hello, I love the series and I can not wait for the future books to come out. I am just wanting to know what do you read in the, in betweens. I have read Susan Andersen, Jennifer Cruise, Constance O'Banyon, Nicholas Sparks. I am just looking for a good read while I wait in carpool. Can any one help me?
T R posts on 7/17/2007 12:11:43 AM
Hi. I love S. Plum and Ranger (ok, Joe too:). But...while waiting another year, try Nancy Bush, :Candy Apple Red", and "Electric Blue". I've read Candy Apple Red, and the star of the box is funny and the story is mystery w/ a little sexy mixed in. I liked it enough to try the next in the series...Electric Blue. There is one coming out too something violet.
For those of you wanting a fix while waiting for S.Plum to come back, give it a try, T
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