Sooner Or Later, The Sisterhood Always Gets Their Man. . .
The loyal friends who make up the Sisterhood have gathered at Myra Rutledge's beautiful Virginia home for the first time in a year, eager to talk, laugh, and share their joys and heartaches. For one of their number, it's an evening filled with anticipation. Because tonight, over delicious food and in the company of those she trusts most, it will finally be time to tell her story--and for the Sisterhood to help plan her revenge.
Yoko Akia's mother was only fifteen when a wealthy man swept her off her feet with promises of love. Instead, he filled her brief life with horror and misery. The Sisterhood has helped each other exact vengeance on rotten men before, but this time it's different. Their target is none other than America's favorite movie star--a brute who has conned the world into believing he's Mister Perfect. But he's about to learn that nobody--not even a powerful superstar--is above the Sisterhood's special brand of payback. . .
"Revenge is a dish best served with cloth napkins and floral centerpieces. . .fast-paced. . .puts poetic justice first." --Publishers Weekly on Payback
"Readers who grow weary of seeing the bad guys get away with their crimes will enjoy seeing what happens when well-funded, very angry women take the law into their own hands." --Booklist on Weekend Warriors
"An unforgettable story." --Rendezvous on Weekend Warriors
Bestseller Michaels's Sisterhood series (Vendetta, etc.) goes out with a bang and a wink as the Virginia vigilantes Myra, Kathryn, Alexis, Isabelle, Nikki and Anna seek justice for Yoko Akia, a young florist. Yoko wants to punish her father, who bought, impregnated and discarded her teenage mother, who died after giving birth to her. The lethal ladies are shocked to discover Yoko's dad is none other than Michael Lyons, an award-winning film star with another nasty secret: he's been buying and selling Asian women as sex slaves to prominent businessmen. The Sisterhood's fearless male cohorts, notably Myra's pal, Charles Martin, a former British secret agent, lend assistance, but in the end the female vigilantes must confront Lyons in L.A. on their own with two nosy reporters hot on their trail. Some industrial strength glue comes in quite handy. Michaels rewrites the rules of the revenge game to include a clever if improbable escape clause.