It’s four days before Christmas and things are not looking merry for fugitive apprehension agent Stephanie Plum. She hasn’t got a tree. A sugar plum for Christmas, indeed! Stephanie Plum, Evanovich’s delightfully zany New Jersey bounty hunter, is the star of this too short but hilarious holiday. Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum Between-the-Numbers Novels, book 1) by Janet Evanovich – book cover, description, publication history.

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Jess Yes, it is stand-alone, however it isn’t a good example of the rest of the series.

The ending of the novel was entirely rushed, probably more so visons the entire book as a whole. Another fun loving and quick easy to read book in the Stephanie Plum Series and when I say quick it only took me 1hr to read on my lunchbreak at work.

Nonfiction Unsold Television Pilots: In this episode, Christmas is closing in and Stephanie needs to collar her skip, one Sandy Claws former I pluums the Stephen Plum novels; so, how is it that I managed to miss this one?

I liked that it wasn’t totally wrapped up in Joe and Ranger, and instead Diesel was a nice twist, he was awesome. Nov 21, Dotti Elrick rated it did not like it.

Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum Between-the-Numbers Novels, book 1) by Janet Evanovich

Evanovich would have to do something pretty drastic to make me hate it. I was a teared up wreck over these two parts.


The downside was I would have preferred a couple of scenes of Ranger and Diesel sizing each other up and Lula and Connie comparing the duo. Hard Eight entered the lists at number one over the summer, and this Christmas-themed jewel should do the same, spreading holiday cheer among booksellers.

It seems as though Evanovich penned these in a quick manner, in the knowledge that her followers will read anything that she writes. I was diappointed because I did not read it after I believe book 8 where it would have fit into the scheme of things, so a lot of stuff seemed repetitive since I already read up to number evanoviich Now all of a sudden the author throws in a paranormal twist.

Visions of Sugar Plums. Trenton, New Jersey United States. Strangers, weirdos, felons, creeps, and lunatics are always finding their way to her front door. Well, things would change when a man appears in her kitchen…………… Lovely holiday book!

Visions of Sugar Plums (Stephanie Plum, #) by Janet Evanovich

Neither presents nor cards have been bought or distributed. Very disappointed in this Stephanie Plum novel. With only four days until Christmas, Stephanie awakes to find a man in her kitchen. This is my first encounter with Janet Evanovich work and this series.

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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Being that Stephanie is far from the greatest Bond Agent, in fact she is probably the worse, this will be nearly impossible; after all, she only has four days to collar her skip and no leads.

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East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Quotes from Visions of Sugar Buy the selected items together This item: And how do you think readers will react? I read the book and enjoyed it for what it was, but the whole time I was telling plims that once this between-the-numbers book was over, I could pretend it never happened. I really can’t remember if this is a love story or not Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

Visions of Sugar Plums

Thanks to Diesel, everyone is rescued. Martin’s Paperbacks; th edition October 30, Language: So in the end, a good laugh, a teensy tear, a bit of “Other-ness” and all entertainment. Visions of Sugar Plums: The Plum Christmas tree goes up in flames and Ring escapes. I was cracking plu,s over the elfs thou and every time she said Clause my kid went nuts.