Stephanie Plum is asked by her mom's neighbour to look in to her daughter Evelyn's disappearance. Evelyn put up her mom's house for her custody bond and when she's goes missing, the house is in danger of being taken. As Stephanie starts investigating, she runs in to Ambruzzi, a not-too-nice guy who threatens her to stay clear of Evelyn. Ambruzzi starts making Stephanie a game, leaving her snakes and spiders, going in to her home when she's not there. Stephanie needs to find Evelyn to figure out why Ambruzzi is after her.
I really wish Stephanie and Morelli would just get back together. Things just seem more 'right' when the two of those are together. As usual, this book has its laugh out loud moments. The banter between Lula and Stephanie was great during this book. Not much happened from Grandma Mazur this time round but I'm sure there will be more next time, which I'm looking forwards to reading!
First Line: "Lately, I've been spending a lot of time rolling on the ground with men who think a stiffy represents personal growth."