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Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio (April 10 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1597376922
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597376921
  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 16.1 x 2.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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“Thoroughly enjoyable.” ―Romance Junkies on Full Speed

“Uproarious, amusing.” ―Midwest Book Review on the Full series

“Fast and furious and totally hilarious.” ―Old Book Barn Gazette on Full Tilt

“A truly delightful madcap mix...fun, funny, and exhilarating.” ―RT Book Reviews (A Top Pick) on Full House

“Bursting with action, adventure, and amusement.” ―The Road to Romance on the Full series

--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

From the Back Cover

Dear Reader:
There's a whole lot of trouble going on in Beaumont, South Carolina. According to resident psychic-slash-astrologer, Destiny Moultrie, Mercury's in retrograde; Venus is in the seventh house, and the combination has turned Cupid wacko! Chaos rules as tempers flare and lust runs rampant. Newlyweds Max Holt and Jamie Swift-Holt are trying to make a baby, but their recently purchased antebellum mansion is under renovation and filled with feuding contractors. Vera has a crush on her new mailman, and is bent on looking ten years younger. Destiny is marked for marriage by the changing planets, and she's running for her life as the local redneck and bait shop owner is determined to make her his. Meanwhile, local pediatrician Maggie Davenport has considerably bigger problems now that her wild-girl past has caught up in the form of ex-boyfriend and jailbird who just flew the coop--and is determined to track her and her daughter down. If he doesn't expose her secrets, there's a good chance Jamie's editor, intent on getting the Full Scoop, will. Fortunately, FBI agent Zack Madden is on hand for protection; but the new danger is the wild attraction he and Maggie share. Fleas the hound dog is experiencing his first crush on Maggie's adorable and alluring...um...pygmy goat? Add to that an Elvis convention and a local root doctor and hoodoo practitioner who decides it's time she take charge; only to have one of her spells backfire, and you've got a gut-busting, laugh-out-loud story we hope you won't forget!
It's just another wild ride in the town we love to write about, and the character's we can't get enough of. So kick off your shoes, sit back, and enjoy a FULL SCOOP of fun, adventure, and romance.
Janet and Charlotte
"The Jamie Swift and Max Holt series moves to a new level...as always, the dialogue and events are outrageous, wacky, and just plain fun."
-"Romantic Times" on "Full Blast"
--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Beaumont, South Carolina is a hot spot again - boiling and bubbling with romance, comedy, and mayhem. Is it something in the air, something in the water? No, simply the combined talents of Evanovich and Hughes who put their imaginations, wits, and abilities to write crackling dialogue to work and, presto - Full Scoop.
A bit zany? Yes. But thoroughly entertaining. What eye candy is for the orbs, this book is brain candy for the mind. Nothing deep, nothing disturbing, just mischief enough to entertain.
Lorelei King delivers the narrative with charm and a voice that makes for mighty pleasant listening.
Many will remember recently married Max Holt and Jamie-Swift Holt. They'd very much like to produce an heir or heiress but there's little privacy in their antebellum mansion which has workmen all but hanging from the ceilings. However, rather than a Max and Jamie story this plot primarily concerns Maggie Davenport, a pediatrician with problems.
A former boyfriend of Maggie's has just escaped from jail and pops back into her life after over a dozen years. There's quite a bit about her past that Maggie doesn't want everyone to know, but what to do?
Help is on the way with the entrance of FBI agent Zack Madden. Of course, there are a few secondary plots adding to the potpourri of goings-on in Beaumont, even the romantic yearnings of a hound dog called Fleas.
Relax and listen - you can't help but smile.
- Gail Cooke
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I, too, am a fan of Stephanic Plum and her funny lighthearted mayhem. This book takes many of the elements of that series and puts them together badly. Old characters turning up can be fun, but they still need to move the plot along. Here they seem boring. A vital conversation between two characters are constantly delayed for no good reason. You start wondering if the author simply forgot where they were going. This book needed some serious editing.
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A good book to read to get you out of the doldrums. Light, easy reading ... funny and interesting.

Not Evanovich at her best ... but I'm probably spoiled because I adore Stephanie Plum and nothing would come up to her ... in Evanovich's other series.

However, it's well-written with likable characters and a very enjoyable way to pass a few hours. You can't go wrong with this author.
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Book arrived in excellent condition. I enjoyed reading this author. Would recommend this book if you want a good laugh.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa551bf00) out of 5 stars 130 reviews
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5583a98) out of 5 stars Superficial and full of holes July 7 2006
By JJN-1313 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
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 superficial.

The 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 character.

Zack'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 more full-bodied. The authors just failed to give these characters any depth at all.

The 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 love.

There 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 more on that would have been nice.

As for the good points...well, 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.

Rating: 2 / 5
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5583aec) out of 5 stars Hilarious! Great Characters! April 9 2006
By Loves Funny Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Maggie Farnsworth learned about medicine at her grandfather's knee and would later follow in his footsteps and become a doctor--in her case a pediatrician. She was still grieving his death shortly after graduating high school when she met trouble-maker Carl Lee Stanton, but even as unsophisticated as Maggie was, she soon realized Carl Lee was dangerous. He proved her right. He commits an ATM robbery that leaves a guard seriously injured and an FBI agent dead. Legal technicalities spare Stanton from death row.

Now, 14 years later, Meggie is a respected pediatrician and single mother. The absolute last thing she wants to hear from her old friend Jamie Swift-Holt, is that Carl Lee Stanton has escaped prison and police suspect he's on his way back to Beaumont, SC, for the hidden money. There's a good chance he'll pay Maggie a little visit as well.

FBI agent Zack Madden has personal reasons for taking on the case of finding Stanton. Zack's step-father was the agent gunned down all those years ago. But Zack does not share this information with Maggie when he moves into her home to protect her and 13-year-old daughter Mel. Zack and Maggie do not count on being so attracted to each other.

I have followed this series from the first book, and although I have enjoyed all the old characters, Max and Jamie who are now married and trying to get pregnant, and Frankie and DeeDee who now have a baby, I really loved these new characters. Even though the book has tense and scary plot situations, the humor keeps it lively and more than entertaining. Zack and Maggie are "magic" together. Maggie's daughter is an average teenager who is embarrassed over everything and she has a lot to be embarrassed about in this hilarious story. Maggie's nurse, a root doctor, is a hoot since she has a habit of putting hexes on people. Destiny is funny as always, but especially now because of astrologicall changes that create romance as well as havoc in Beaumont. Destiny is on the run from a bait shop owner named Freddy. Even Fleas falls in love with a little goat. The prison escape is just as funny when Carl Lee and his prison pal pick up a hostage who dies on them. As if that weren't enough, there is an Elvis impersonator convention in town.

I love the series because I can always count on getting a good laugh, and this book was no different. Some of the scenes brought tears to my eyes because they were so funny! I can't wait for the next one!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5583f24) out of 5 stars cure for insomnia May 18 2006
By J. Weber - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am a fan of Janet Evanovich's writing but this collaboration was one of the most boring books I almost read. I felt as though it was written by rote to meet a deadline. Definately give this one a pass, as for it being "brain candy" it's definately the discount bags of candy no one ever buys.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb32ba300) out of 5 stars another good one April 12 2006
By C. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I love everything that janet evanovich writes and this one didnt disapoint. It was just a good, fun, and, laugh out load funny book. A teenage girl falls for a bad boy who turns out to be a little more than she bargins for. Then when the girl grows up and starts a good life for her and her daughter she finds out that, that bad boy is now coming back in town; which brings a hot FBI agent to her house and she is not sure how to handle it. After a whole lot of crazy things happen to our old friends(including a visit from Elvis) their lives finally settle down for now until some new adventure comes their way. I dont want to give anything away, but this was a good book that everyone should add to their series.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb32ba3e4) out of 5 stars More Zaniness and Romance in Beaumont May 15 2006
By Kara J. Jorges - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The latest in the Full series takes us back to Beaumont, South Carolina, into the office of Dr. Maggie Davenport, pediatrician. Maggie has a 13-year-old daughter, Mel, the result of an ill-fated relationship with convict Carl Lee Stanton. Shortly after she broke it off with Carl Lee, he robbed an armored car and killed an FBI agent, sending him to prison. When he escapes, the FBI is sure he'll head for Beaumont, where they believe he stashed his loot, and where he can exact revenge on his ex-girlfriend, Maggie. Zack Madden, despite his broken arm, is the agent assigned to Maggie and Mel, and when he moves in to protect them, sparks fly between him and Dr. Davenport. Mel rebels against their safety restrictions, and Maggie's nurse, Queenie Cloud, is up to her elbows in putting spells on people, while Max and Jamie Holt, the original stars of the series, try for a baby. Meanwhile, Destiny Moultrie, the curvaceous psychic advice columnist who has appeared in the last couple of books, dodges romantic advances from the local bait shop owner.

Love, danger, and fun are in the air while everyone snarfs down Better than Sex chocolate ice cream and waits for dangerous killer Carl Lee Stanton to arrive in town and wreak havoc. The book is tame by Stephanie Plum standards, but on its own merits, it's a fun, modern romance that deals with mother/daughter issues at the beginning of the teen years, and brings back a cast of characters we've grown fond of. Though the focus has shifted from the original characters to fresh blood to keep the romance angle from going stale, in this story some of the original feeling of off-the-wall fun being had by people leading everyday lives has come back to the forefront. At the same time, a couple of characters who had grown a bit tired fade away or move on. There's an unnecessary, somewhat silly twist at the end, but for the most part, this was an enjoyable read. They shook some things up and went back to basics with others, and it worked. There is life in Beaumont, South Carolina yet.