Curious Minds: A Knight and Moon Novel
Publish date: 2016-08-16
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Okay, so I love the Stephanie Plum novels. I mean, Steph, Ranger and the cop make a great team. Even the side characters like Lula, the parents and the grandmother are fantastic. I just didn't find that with Curious Minds. Riley Moon is excited about her new job. That is until Emerson Knight come...
Not sure whatever it was that I have just read. The premise would have been just great if the whole thing wasn't so garbled and altogether harebrained. Just like stupid modern comedy films.5-star concept, 1-star delivery, 4-star hilariousity, 7-star shere stupidity. Overall it feels like 4.
Curious Minds (Knight and Moon #1) is different enough from Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, that those readers who have fatigue about Stephanie, will get a big kick out of Curious Minds (those still on the Plum crack reading will love this book also), in what I hope will be the start of a g...
This is one of the most difficult reviews I've ever had to write. I love the Stephanie Plum books, they never fail to keep me happy for the few hours I can sink myself into them.I had such high hopes for this book -the book did not reach up to them. The idea might have been fairly fresh (not total...
I'd only read one Evanovich book before this one and had a great time with it. I had never heard of Phoef Sutton but wanted to give this book - the first in a new series - a shot. I'm happy I did. It was truly a fun, non-stop ride filled with murder and mayhem. The storyline was interesting (trackin...
Share this Book