Kiss and Tell (The Sisterhood #23) by Fern Michaels

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Published: June 24, 2014

Life comes in stages. Even the Sisterhood has been content to let their gold shields gather a little dust while they enjoy their friends and family. But when a string of anonymous emails arrives at Pinewood, suggesting shady dealings at a local assisted-living facility, Myra Rutledge and her best friend, Annie de Silva, are more than ready to out-hustle a master con-artist at his own game. They’ll need to enlist some new and untested allies in order to pull off their brilliant plan, all while Myra faces a personal challenge that will rock the Sisterhood to the core…

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This is the best in The Sisterhood Series that I’ve read in a very long time. Since the women of  the Sisterhood are getting older and some are not active any longer, I see a change coming in the next book where maybe the men will form THE BROTHERHOOD and continue the work started by their wives and friends. Can’t wait to see what happens.  

This is truly a great read and I recommend it if you like Fern Michaels and have never tried any books from this series.

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Gotcha (The Sisterhood #21) by Fern Michaels

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Published: June 25, 2013

Sometimes, justice is a long time coming. That’s the case with Julie Wyatt, whose story strikes close to home for the original founder of the Sisterhood, Myra Rutledge, and her best friend – and fellow Sister – Annie. Julie is convinced her greedy daughter-in-law Darlene had something to do with the mysterious circumstances surrounding her son Larry’s death. She desperately wants to get a confession out of Darlene – and to ensure the safety of Larry’s daughter, Olivia. As Myra, Annie, and their cohorts dig deeper into Darlene’s shady dealings, events unfurl in a way that no one could have predicted, bringing to light the true meaning of loyalty and courage-and the kind of friendship that can create miracles…

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I was really  disappointed with this installment of the Sisterhood Series. It just didn’t have the same energy as the others, but it was a pleasant read for a hot Summer day.

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Fool Me Once by Fern Michaels

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Publication Date: July 1, 2007
Olivia Lowell always believed her father’s claim that her mother died in childbirth, until the shocking day a lawyer informs her that her mother has just passed away, leaving her a fortune. The money comes with a caveat – and a confession. In her will, Olivia’s mother reveals that she and two college friends committed a crime long ago, and now she wants Olivia to track down her accomplices and convince them to come clean. Feeling betrayed and unsure that she even wants her mother’s tainted money, Olivia must decide if she can handle the secrets of the past. But with the help and affections of a handsome young lawyer, and the sweet companionship of her beloved Yorkies, Olivia will come to understand who her mother really was, and who she, herself, was meant to be…
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I had the audio version of this book and listened to it while driving around town doing my errands,  That said, it was pleasant to listen to but I think it would have been a hard read for me because it didn’t have a lot of substance and was kid of sappy in places.

Tuesday’s Child by Fern Michaels

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Publication Date: June 26, 2012
On the eve of her retirement, Georgia attorney Mikala Aulani is as vivacious and vibrant as ever, eagerly anticipating a happy future with her partner, Ben. But if Kala has learned anything in thirty-five years of practicing law, it’s that the truth can always surprise you. And when Adam Star turns up at her office, confessing to the long-ago murder of his wife, Kala must return to a notorious case that has never stopped haunting her. Ten years have passed since young nurse Sophie Lee was accused of murdering her wealthy patient, Audrey Star. Kala defended Sophie and had no doubt of her innocence – or of Adam Star’s guilt – but the prosecution convinced a jury otherwise. Sophie was convicted on a Tuesday – the day on which every significant event in her life, good or bad, seems to happen. Now, on the verge of his death, Adam exonerates Sophie and also leaves her a huge fortune in atonement. Released from prison, Sophie retreats to Kala’s house and tries to evade the media frenzy that surrounds her. Kala is determined to help her client make her way back into the world and adjust to her new wealth and freedom. Yet for both, there are still revelations in store – about the nature of redemption, the strange workings of fate, and the power of forgiveness. And most of all, about the secrets that hide in every heart – even those we think we know best.
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This book has an engaging plot with unique characters and is a real whodunit!   You think you know what the outcome will be but then something happens and it goes off in another direction.  It’s a fast summer time read and if you’re a fan of mysteries put this one on your list.

Home Free by Fern Michaels

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Series: The Sisterhood | Publication Date: April 1, 2011
New Beginnings For The Sisterhood – United by a desire to overcome their personal misfortunes, seven very different women formed an indelible bond and vowed to right wrongs wherever they found them. They’ve succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. After years known as the Vigilantes, Myra, Annie, Kathryn, Alexis, Yoko, Nikki, and Isabelle are enjoying their hard-won freedom and the chance at a normal life. As it turns out, once you’re a part of the Sisterhood, normal is a relative term. President Martine Connor, their long-time ally, has announced the formation of a top-secret organization. Officially, the CIC won’t exist. Unofficially, they’ll report directly to the president and tackle the jobs no one else can handle. For the Sisterhood, it’s the end of an era – and the beginning of a whole new adventure…
 
 
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I was sad at the way this book ended but I can understand why the author had to end it the way she did because the characters growth was becoming stunted.  Now I’m looking forward to the next installment see how the “new” group of “sisters”  form an even more formidable unit and the bad guys better look out.
 
 
 
 
 

Deja Vu by Fern Michaels

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Series: The Sisterhood | Publication Date: January 1, 2011
Thanks to a presidential pardon, the Sisterhood can put their fugitive days behind them and resume their lives in peace. Still, all the women admit that lately things are a little too calm and peaceful. Meeting up for the first time in months to celebrate Kathryn’s birthday – in the City of Sin, no less – seems like the perfect antidote. But before they can kick up their heels something too big to pass up is dropped into their laps. The time has come to deal with Enemy Number 1, aka, Hank Jellicoe. Wanted by the FBI, the CIA, and Homeland Security for starters, President Connor, herself, has run out of patience with their lack of results. Only the Sisterhood, with their special blend of guts, imagination, and friends in all places are capable of pulling off the impossible – of hunting down this monster and taking him out once and for all.
 
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Another great installment in the Sisterhood series. I love these books.
 

Cross Roads by Fern Michaels

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It’s been a year and a half since the women of the Sisterhood received their presidential pardons, but the freedom they craved has come at a high price. The impossibly lucrative positions handed out to them by the mysterious Global Securities company have turned out to be golden handcuffs-scattering them around the world, cutting off communication, and leaving them in miserable isolation. But a happy homecoming at the old Virginia farmhouse is marred by the hijacking of Nikki and Kathryn’s private jet. It seems their few fellow passengers are not ordinary travellers – they’re an elite group of Interpol agents who urgently need the Sisterhood’s help. Now the ladies face a stark choice: resume their vigilante status for one of their most hazardous assignments yet, or try to out wit a group of powerful adversaries willing to use truly desperate measures. This time, everything is in the balance-their lives, their friendship, and the freedom they fought so hard to gain.

 
 
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I love this series!
 

Return To Sender by Fern Michaels

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Lin Townsend is the owner of a successful diner in Georgia. Her son Will is kind, courteous, intelligent, and about to embark on his freshman year at NYU. Little would anyone know that almost 20 years earlier Lin had been pregnant and alone, kicked out by her religious father and rejected by the baby’s father. But with that life behind her, Lin is excited about bringing her son to New York where he can start the life she worked so hard to give him. But all is turned upside down when she runs into Nick Pemberton—Will’s father, the man who abandoned her all those years ago. Michaels tells a story that is simultaneously heartbreaking, suspenseful, and tender. Filled with anger and resolved to punish Nick for his past actions, Lin, with the help of a hired detective, begins to unravel the truth of her past and make important decisions about her future. –Claire Orphan
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This was an easy read and  I enjoyed it very much.  Not too thought provoking-just a good way to pass a hot summer day.

Game Over by Fern Michaels

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With yet another successful assignment behind them, the ladies of the Sisterhood have enjoyed a relaxing break together and celebrated the wedding of Myra and Charles on Big Pine Mountain. But as soon as the newlyweds return from their shortened honeymoon, they are hit with some exciting yet unsettling news. It seems their dear ally Lizzie Fox, recently ensconced as Chief White House Counsel, is rumoured to be near the top of the short list for a soon to be vacated seat on the Supreme Court. While the Sisters are thrilled for Lizzie, they are concerned about her being ripped to shreds in the approval process, partly due to her connections with the Sisterhood. It will take a masterful plan, and loyal friends aiding them at every turn, for the Sisters to succeed in protecting Lizzie while securing their own freedom at last.
 
 
 
 
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Finally, the vigilantes have their pardons!  I thought this day would never come because in the last couple of books(at least) it was mentioned but nothing ever happened and I really was not  impressed with those stories.  Now, in Game Over it has happened and the “sisters”   go their separate ways so I am really excited to see what dilemma Fern Michaels comes  up with to reunite them.