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Evanovich is a second-generation American born in South River, New Jersey to a machinist and a housewife. In her thirties, she began writing novels. After someone suggested she try writing romance novels , Evanovich read several romances and discovered that she enjoyed the genre. She wrote two romances and submitted them for publishing. If we can laugh at something, we can face it.

Her editors were not interested in her change of heart, so Evanovich took the next eighteen months to formulate a plan for what she actually wanted to write. Like Seinfeld , her new books would have a central character that the rest of the cast of characters revolve around.

The profession is also "romanticised to some extent. She also researched more about the city of Trenton , where she wanted her books to be set. Evanovich shares many commonalities with her character Stephanie Plum. Both are from New Jersey, both devour Cheetos, both had owned a hamster, and both have shared "similar embarrassing experiences. Emerson Knight is a rich, eccentric introvert with little-to-no sense of social etiquette. He is also brilliant and handsome. Her aggressive Texas spitfire attitude helped her land her dream job as a junior analyst at Blane-Grunwald where Emerson is a client.

Together this unlikely duo finds themselves thrust into solving the most difficult of mysteries. Dangerous Minds, the second book in the series, was written by Evanovich and released in June The "Wicked" series is set in Salem, Massachusetts. Her friends include Glo, a "Questionable," and Clara Dazzle, an "Unmentionable" who lost her powers after congress with another "Unmentionable.

In Evanovich published Wicked Business, the second in the series. In Wicked Business, the stone embodies the sin of lust. A new villain is introduced, deranged candy heiress Deirdre Early, or Anarchy. Lizzie, through a selfless act and exchange of body fluids with Wulf, converts the lust stone into the "icky true love stone", implying that in the right circumstances, the stones of sin can be converted into stones of virtue.

The Stone of Avarice Greed is the focus of this installment. Together they travel the globe skirting on the edge of what is legal and illegal. In June , the fifth novel in the series, The Pursuit, was released. Other novels[ edit ] Evanovich began a collaborative effort with Charlotte Hughes because she wanted to see some of her other ideas on paper but did not have the time to write them.

This resulted in the "Full" series. In , Evanovich launched another series with Metro Girl. The "Motor" series is set in the southern U. Evanovich collaborated with Stephen J. Cannell , noted T. It was supposed to be released in October However, in July , the book was canceled. Cannell died in of melanoma.

Personal life[ edit ] During the week, Evanovich works eight or more hours per day. On weekends she generally works for an additional four hours each day. Her book signings attracted thousands of people. Pete is of Serbian ancestry.

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Tasteful plastic heels, tailored suit. But underneath, she was naked. At least I try. And being a bail enforcement agent is sort of like being bare-bottom Barbie. Figuratively speaking, of course.

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High Five (Stephanie Plum #5)(18) by Janet Evanovich

What you need is to have a serial killer or a homicidal rapist jump bail. Those boys are worth something. Yes, they are insane, yes they are genetically challenged, but they are soooo much fun, all else pales in comparison!!! Reading these books one a month is a great decision! It is so, because the books have a very specific feel to them and binge-reading them together would do a disservice to the comic relief they provide. I think of them as a giant chocolate candy-bar with nuts and taffy and everything most wonderful you can think of. Eating one of them is an orgasmic experience, but it does verge on suicide by candy.

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