©2005 Fern Michaels
"Revenge is a dish best served with cloth napkins and floral centerpieces...fast-paced...puts poetic justice first." (Publishers Weekly)
I really enjoyed the cast of characters, their brains and beauty and spunk. Well paced and fun listening to a good narrator. Helped make the time knitting samples go by quickly.
Am downloading #3 right now.
As with all of the Sisterhood Series this was a totally enjoyable listen. Laurel Merlington does a superb job with the audio and I love the story line.
I don't get all of the love given to this book! I won't waste any more of my time time by delving into the series. Lame, lame, lame. Sorry Fern Michaels fans, I can't be in the club.
This being the first one in a series has been exciting to hear. The women being strong figures is the real draw.
It's as if I could see the ladies. I wish they would turn this into a tv program.
I walk at the local rec center and I have to talk myself into it. When I discovered the books by Fern Michaels, Payback being the first one I can't wait to walk every day. I only listen to the books when I walk so I can hardly wait for the next day.
Let's be honest - Fern Michaels fare is never going to be considered an example of the great American novel - but the concept of a bunch of female vigilantes is intriguing and I love that there's no "woman realizes in a moment of clarity that true vengeance is forgiveness" type of ending. Although I gotta say - this ADA Jack Emory is driving me NUTS!! I want him killed at this point.
Probably not because I want to listen to the rest of the series first
The most memorable moment was when I found out that the senator and the couple had been put "out to pasture"
I listened to Weekend Warriors and she was awesome then and now
Revenge of the fittest
I read book #1, 2, and 3. That is enough for me to see that this is not for me! I do not recommend such a hate feast!
While just as entertaining as the first book in the series, the 'payback' in this one is not as undoubtedly justified as the one performed in Weekend Warriors, and that distanced me a little from the story this time. Still well worth a listen though, and I do not regret using my monthly credit on this.
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