The New Jersey setting is in specific detail. Automobiles are important in the novel they are used through the entire novel. Also almost every car touch...
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...with his mysterious presence he was dangerous. She has or had a boyfriend, Morelie who she struggle with but stays with because of love.
Janet Evanovich was able to attract any age and both genders with clean and explicit comedy. I see life as a jelly doughnut its good until a glob lands on your best T-shirt. “I drop lots of jelly globs figuratively and literally.” (Evanovich, 1) It is easy to enjoy her writing; she allows one to gracefully fall in the plot and setting. Though what were more than dislikeable would have been the family points. They did not seem real or touching enough. It was unthinkable that a bounty hunter would be important in apprehending any person that goes above the law. Though the novel Ten Big Ones is enjoyable for just about anyone, I’d only suggest it to those who enjoy drama and adventure.
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