Sunday, 18 December 2011

Review: Motor Mouth by Janet Evanovich


Motor Mouth
By: Janet Evanovich


Rating: 


Summary: From Indigo.ca




It's the last race of the season, and the wheels are smoking and the temperature is rising at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Alexandra Barnaby is NASCAR driver Sam Hooker's raceday spotter, his eye-in-the-sky, telling Hooker when to pass and when to get off the gas. From her vantage point high above the grandstand, she's also seeing things going on in the infield that will change her life. Things that will lead to a stolen racecar hauler, a kidnapped Saint Bernard, and a bizarre murder.
From Miami, Florida, to Concord, North Carolina, and back to Miami, this is everything you always wanted to know about righteous indignation, stealing an eighteen-wheeler, stashing a dead body, and sex in the fast lane.

Review:
Although this one doesn't hold a candle to the first Metro Girl novel its still a keeper. 
I just can't get over how well Janet Evanovich can write. These novels are funny and action is around every corner. 
Barney and Hooker get themselves into trouble in this one and you just can't help but love Hooker all throughout this novel.


Previously in the Series: 
Metro Girl

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