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Full Scoop ➪ Full Scoop Read ➲ Author Janet Evanovich – Schokolade hat noch immer geholfen findet Maggie Davenport Ganz besonders bei Stress und chronischem Liebesentzug Als Kinderärztin in dem kleinen und etwas verrückten Ort Beaumont in South Carolina Schokolade hat noch immer geholfen findet Maggie Davenport Ganz besonders bei Stress und chronischem Liebesentzug Als Kinderärztin in dem kleinen und etwas verrückten Ort Beaumont in South Carolina hat sie nämlich so einiges um die Ohren – aber leider keinen Mann an ihrer Seite Doch plötzlich wird es in ihrem Leben aufregender als ihr lieb ist Ihr Exfreund aus wilden Jugendzeiten ist gerade aus dem Gefängnis ausgebrochen und auf dem Weg zu ihr Zum Glück steht der äußerst charmante FBI Agent Zack Madden zu ihrem Schutz bereit Und schon bald braucht Maggie auch keine Schokolade mehr.

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Full Scoop
  • Janet Evanovich
  • German
  • 09 July 2015
  • 9783442468324

About the Author: Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich is the New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series the Lizzy and Diesel series twelve romance novels the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author as well as the Fox and O'Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg.

10 thoughts on “Full Scoop

  1. Alaina Alaina says:

    Maybe I should've read 1 5 but details Full Scoop was another crazy book to listen to I mean a lot of stuff happened in this one but it was also somewhat unbelievable? Almost laughable From the very beginning we are thrown into this crazy world where a bad guy escapes prison Then to top it all off his son is sent to protect his dad's ex girlfriend I won't even get into detail about what else happened after this because this is just one big book about insta love filled with crazy decisions from the FBIAgain this was laughable and I have no idea how I made it through this book with a straight face I mean this could be a lifetime movieshow because they met and fell in love within two freaking days I've known the dust bunnies underneath my couch longer than that Besides that the daughter was just A Okay with everything that was going on Even acting like the sudden marriage was just a regular Tuesday for herOther than that this book had a bunch of stuff going on Lots of twists turns and clues that were super easy to follow throughout the book It was an okay book and so absurd for me to dive into and now I'm wondering what the heck books 1 5 are about Are they eually unbelievable yet highly entertaining? If so then I might dive into it

  2. K. K. says:

    Okay let's me real here this book is 100% ridiculous and 100% implausible I mean this entire series has been ridiculous in a fun way and implausible but I think this one takes the cake Let's bullet point things shall we? A super bad dude escapes from prison The FBI sends the stepson of the guy the super bad dude killed to protect the super bad dude's doctor ex girlfriend who just so happens to be the mother of super bad dude's kid FBI Guy and Doctor Ex Girlfriend fall in love IN TWO DAYS Doctor Ex Girlfriend's 13 year old is totally okay with her mother agreeing to marry some guy after two days Elvis impersonators Secret millionaires Super obvious clues that something's wrong being totally ignored A whole weird subplot involving voodoo???? A dog and a goat falling in loveIn short it was silly and fun and surprisingly okay as far as consent went Janet Evanovich has a tendency to getdubious Totally predictable of course but hey It kept me occupied on the bus ride home from work sothere's that

  3. Maria Michaels Maria Michaels says:

    This is silly fun and a uick read Not a love storyat least not in my opinion and not a mystery Hmmmm Not sure what to call it except funnyTo be fair at first I was unaware this is a series of books Full House Full Tilt Full Speed et al While some authors do a good job with series books so that you feel as though each book can stand alone not so much with this one There were a couple of times when I thought Wait Who is that? and had to realize it was a character from a previous series I found the character of the FBI agent Zack Madden to be unrealistic The man is silly funny laidback and flirty while he comes to guard a woman and her daughter when the woman's former lover escapes from prison Yeah that sounds just like an FBI agent Still I would be lying if I didn't say his character was endearing OF COURSE the two fall in love You see that coming simply because the author tells you it's coming and not because you see the natural progression of two people falling in love I'm sorry did I mention this all occurs over the course of a few days? I have other issues with the plot but I won't delve into those here because they might be spoilers

  4. Scole Scole says:

    So far it's good With all the dialogue and action it keeps it really fun and interesting to read It's a page turner However there are a lot of characters and it's hard to keep track of who's who In addition there are cuts in the book or pauses that are confusing to switch from I really enjoy this book The plot keeps it so entertaining and makes you really want to keep reading The cuts are no longer confusing and the characters all make sense and there are a lot of them The characters are all so well described and keep fitting their personalities that they were assigned in the beginning With the bad guy getting closer and closer to the good guys it makes you want to finish it to know what's going to happen and whether the guy wants to get revenge or just be normal It's a very good book

  5. Melanie Melanie says:

    One of the characters has my first and middle names so that immediately won me over with this book It enjoyable and I believe the last of the Full series The only character that remained throughout the entire series was Max Holt so it was a bit frustrating not to really have follow up with the other characters I guess we got a bit on Dee Dee Jamie and few minor characters like Vera and Destiny I had to get into the mindset of these being individual books rather than a series and that helped me to enjoy them This one was a good one to end the series

  6. Aj Aj says:

    Found this one less than entertaining

  7. jenjn79 jenjn79 says:

    In all honesty this book was severely lacking in just about every area It wasn't horrible I didn't mind reading it but there were just so many problems with the story as a whole so many poorly developed aspects that kept it from being a truly good read The story was very two dimensional lacking development and depth It was just very superficialThe characters have very little depth or exploration The authors give you some basic history but fail to really explore them They mention things but then never really tell you about them An example is Maggie's pregnancy You know that the antagonist got her pregnant at a young age and you're told that there was some sort of cover up to get her out of town so no one would know But they never give you any details You have no idea exactly how old she was and you're not told anything at all about this cover up Where did she go? What did she do? How did she handle it all? Why did she make up a husband? It would have been nice to have these details and it would have given another dimension to Maggie's characterZack's was in a similar state You know his FBI step father was killed by the antagonist but you learn little else other than that Zack was greatly affected by the slaying I wanted to know how old Zack was when his mother married his step father what their relationship was like how he dealt with the man's death etc Again knowing all this would have made the character full bodied The authors just failed to give these characters any depth at allThe romance between them was poorly developed as well It seemed extremely forced with very little emotion involved It was like hey let's kiss; hey let's have sex; hey I think I might have feelings for you I wasn't feeling the chemistry between them at all I had a really hard time believing that these two characters were in loveThere were also some minor areas where issues bothered me One was that Zack as an FBI Agent was allowed to participate in the case at all He was personally connected his father being killed by the antagonist 14 years earlier I had a hard time buying that that would be allowed Also Destiny who had roles in the other books is done a serious injustice in this book She's paired off and engaged with hardly a whisper A little on that would have been niceAs for the good pointswell I enjoyed the cameos of Max and Jamie Fleas the hound dog and Butterbean the goat were great And the actual plot wasn't too bad But none of that could overcome the holes in the book I was rather disappointed overall once I finished

  8. Marcie Marcie says:

    Read these books out of order but they stand on their own pretty wellThe characters are fun to read about; they fit some stereotypes with a few gentle tweaks to keep them interesting The plot twists in this one were convincing that in Full Speed the other one I read this weekend and I felt that the banter was involved and interestingIf you know a single mom who is a pediatrician addicted to chocolate I think you'll get a kick out of the main heroine If you're in awe of spunky teenage girls ready to take on the world it might be good for you too No explicit sex content and a light fun read ueenie the Voodoo practitioner has a fun role as does the town gossip

  9. CupcakeBlonde CupcakeBlonde says:

    My problem with this book is the same I had with the one before it With Jaime's storyline we had three books for her to fall in love with Max Holt These books the women fall in love by the end of the book and it's been only about 2 weeks in real time I don't know what they are putting in the water in Beaumont SC but sign me up for some It's just a bit unrealistic but then I guess it wouldn't be a romance novel I liked the characters of Maggie and Zac and were glad they got together The storyline was predictable I could have told you that Zac was going to end up as the new police chief of Beaumont But it was still a fun story to read

  10. Judy D Collins Judy D Collins says:

    Full Scoop was one of the humorous books in the Co Authored Romance Novels – Charlotte Hughes with Janet Evanovich in southern Beaumont SC Some of the same funny characters – Destiny Max and Jamie Holt Vera and local pediatrician Maggie Davenport and her teenage daughter Maggie’s reckless past and ex boyfriend who gets out of jail to claim what is his causes some major issues and yummy FBI Zack Madden comes to the rescue As always Lorelei King does a bang up job with the performance on audio

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