5+ quotes from Plum Lovin' by Janet Evanovich

Quotes from Plum Lovin'

Janet Evanovich ·  164 pages

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“Stephanie,' Valerie said. 'She's going to have a baby, and she's getting married.'
My father was confused. He looked around the room. No Joe. No Ranger. His eyes locked on Diesel. 'Not the psycho,' he said.
Diesel blew out a sigh.
My father turned to my mother. 'Get me the carving knife. Make sure it's sharp.”
― Janet Evanovich, quote from Plum Lovin'

“Men are like shoes. Some fit better than others. And sometimes you go out shopping and there's nothing you like. And then, as luck would have it, the next week you find two that are perfect, but you don't have the money to buy both."-”
― Janet Evanovich, quote from Plum Lovin'

“Was a fast easy reading, Good to take your mind off of anything serious for a while”
― Janet Evanovich, quote from Plum Lovin'

“It’s a long story,” I said. “The short version is Diesel and I are pretending to get married, so we can get Kloughn to marry Valerie.” “Does Morelli know about this?” “It’s pretend.” “I’m not even gonna ask if Ranger knows. Poor ol’ Diesel here be dead if Ranger knew.”
― Janet Evanovich, quote from Plum Lovin'

“I don't believe this," Diesel said. "It just gets worse and worse. Bad I enough I have to play cupid to a butcher, button maker and veterinarian...now have to be sex therapist for a guy who gives people a rash.”
― Janet Evanovich, quote from Plum Lovin'

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Janet Evanovich
Born place: in South River, New Jersey, The United States
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