From the #1 New York Times bestselling author. “Fast paced and jam-packed with action . . . will please fans of her bloodthirsty-for-a-good-cause women.”—Booklist
Tea. Sympathy. Revenge. The Sisterhood has their own style of justice . . .
The women of the Sisterhood know life isn’t fair, but that doesn’t mean they have to like it—or let it pass. Instead, these best friends share their joys, troubles, triumphs, heartaches and one collective mission: to right wrongs and bring justice where it is desperately needed. Even reeling from loss of one of their own, the Sisterhood is always prepared to rally behind a new friend.
For years, Paula Woodley has suffered the broken bones and shattered self-esteem caused by an abusive marriage. But what can she do? Her high-profile, Washington powerbroker husband is not a man to be crossed. Or so he thinks. The Sisterhood may not be an organization found in any of his memos, but he’s about to take a meeting with them—and they’ll be setting the agenda . . .
“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
Love the series…
I am not much of a reader, but I’ve read 4 books in a week. Awesome series!
It took until chapter 13 to get to the person in the description of the book. I thought until then that I was reading the wrong book.
I’m very saddened by the lack of continuity. I’ve been reading this series in order. In the first book, Nikki was not yet actually engaged. By this book, she wears the engagement ring on a necklace and has her wedding dress. She hasn’t had a relationship with Jack since the beginning of book one, yet she now has those items when she’s barely spoken to the guy and they hint about getting back on track with their marriage plans.
This book is 5 years after the first book. Myra was having her 61st birthday in the first book. But now she’s know her best friend for 50 years, x months and x days, and she’s still only 61. As a 61 year old woman, I’d like to still be 61 in 5 years.
When you read the books back to back in sequence, it’s hard to ignore the discrepancies from book to book.
Hard to read, not well written. Don't waste your money!