Eleven on Top by Janet Evanovich
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum has had enough of being hit, stalked, and almost murdered so she hands in her bounty hunter hat and tries out some new jobs. Typical to Stephanie style, she screws up the new jobs spectacularly. She starts getting threatening notes in her apartment and in her car and then people start getting blown up. Eventually, Stephanie starts working for Rangeman which actually suits her quite well. I wouldn't mind seeing her continue that job in future books, it works well for her and provides expected comedic relief.
I enjoyed this book more than some of the previous because Stephanie is doing something different with her time. My complaint, which would be the same for the past two books, is that once we find out who has been stalking Stephanie, the book pretty much ends right away.
First Line: "My name is Stephanie Plum."