When Stephanie Plum heads in to her cousin's bail office to get her most recent assignment, she doesn't expect to be asked to bring in her fellow bounty officer and friend Ranger. Ranger was the last person seen with Homer Ramos before he was shot in the head and his office building set on fire. Stephanie turns down the job but her office isn't the only one looking for Ranger. Her arch nemesis is the bounty officer looking for him, as are two thugs who won't say who they are working for.
Stephanie tries to go about her usual business, which involves another torched car, a man trying to set her on fire, and dog-sitting turned into dog ownership. Stephanie's antics, as always, can get you laughing while you read. I really enjoy Bob the dog and I'm sure he's around to stay. Of course, the chemistry between Stephanie and Joe is always sizzling and you can always count on Stephanie's granny for a laugh. This book was even more enjoyable than the last couple in the series!
First Line: "Okay, so here's the thing."