To complicate matters further, Stephanie's made a reluctant deal with the devil: if she can't bring in DeChooch by herself, her sexy but dangerous cohort Ranger is willing to help--for a price that a girl who's not-exactly-engaged is uncertain whether she should pay. But when Dougie and Mooner disappear, Grandma is kidnapped, and a crazy widow starts taking pot shots, no one who hides her .38 in a cookie jar is going to turn down a little friendly assistance.
This wasn't so bad. I think that things will start to heat back up for Steph and co. soon enough. Since her sister-- who I've been hearing about in every book is back in the picture with a not so perfect life. I think that Janet E. made it so just to give a big, sloppy, imaginary raspberry to all the picture perfect siblings out there. Back to the review; Seven Up was a hilarious read But I didn't like the change in narrators. The one who read this one, Tanya Eby, didn't commit to the characters' voices. For instance, Grandma Mazur; I've always pictured her with the voice of Sophia Petrillo from the Golden Girls. But she made GM sound like a rickety old woman which didn't quite fit her character. Other than that the book was great.