The Sisterhood discovers that revenge is relative. A family mystery propels this suspenseful thriller in the New York Times bestselling series.
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’s death. She desperately wants to get a confession out of Darlene—and to ensure the safety of granddaughter. 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 . . .
“Spunky women who fight for truth, justice, and the American way.”—Fresh Fiction on Final Justice
“Readers will enjoy seeing what happens when well-funded, very angry women take the law into their own hands.”—Booklist on Weekend Warriors
“Delectable . . . deliver[s] revenge that’s creatively swift and sweet, Michaels-style.”—Publishers Weekly on Hokus Pokus
Jones, whose books Jesus, Life Coach and Jesus, CEO have sought to infuse spiritual values into the workplace, here offers a derivative journal that takes the four key principles of her Life Coach message and urges readers to compose their own answers to leading questions about those principles. Part I is about focusing energy and prioritizing goals; Part II deals with balance and being "centered"; Part III defines productivity in comparison to mere busy-ness; while Part IV encourages readers to aim for fulfillment, not just worldly success. At times, Jones's touchy-feely imagery undermines her more cogent reflections. In a section on "readiness," for example, she offers a perceptive rumination on the difference between a therapist (one who counsels and listens) and a coach (one who challenges and motivates), but then spoils it with a silly question for reflection: "Where in your life are you like a passive pumpkin that has a happy face, but no feet to go anywhere?" This positive-thinking manual may inspire some who have read Jesus, Life Coach and want to personalize its practices, but it's a disappointing companion volume.
I loved reading this book, in fact, I loved reading all of the sisterhood series. I'm hoping you continue with Oliver and Julie included in the second string of vigilantes. It's another generation that seeks retribution.