Five years ago, Myra's pregnant daughter was killed by a hit-and-run driver - the playboy son of an ambassador with diplomatic immunity. Myra was left to grieve while the murderer was free to return to his lavish lifestyle with no fear of ever having to pay for his crime. But not for much longer.
As the air turns crisp in the Virginia hills around Myra's lovely old farmhouse, the Sisterhood has gathered for a little creative planning, and what they have in mind is a gift for Myra of long-awaited and very sweet revenge...
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©2005 Fern Michaels; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I love listening to books from Audible and reading them from Amazon as well. I also love listening to music. I am presently reading" Buying the Farm" my only regret with this book is that I didn't get the the Audible Edition as well.
Number 2. The number 1 spot would be the first Eve Plum Novel in the series.
The basement scene when Myra was telling the murderer off and then she told him what he could and could not expect to happen next.
The scene in which Myra was speaking to her dead daughter`s ghost.
When Charles told his wife all systems were go. They completed the mIission and were waiting on her to do her part.
I am a great fan of Fern Michaels and I love the Sisterhood Novels. I realized I had already read the Vendetta when I first got into the first chapter. That is when I discovered I wish I had gotten it and the rest on CD format instead of download them on this Laptop. I wish the same for the Bible series I have gotten from Audible. I am having problems getting them to play. When I finally get them to play I have to stay with it untill that one is finished. Both because I am enjoying it/them and because I am afraid I wont be able to get it/them to play again. I am so glad I have joined Audible!
As a long time fan of Fern Michaels, I really was so disappointed. All of these acts of revenge were so anticlimactic, churlish, and unnecessary. Sometimes one really needs to strike back, but these women need to embrace their lives and not their hatred. I look forward to a better book from this wonderful author. The narration was good!
It's hard to find just one person, I do love Myra after all nothing would be possible without her money.
Probably Jack because he has a clear picture of what the women are up to. He is also a law and order kind of guy and listening to his struggles is interesting to say the least.
While the action is as fast-paced as ever in a Sisterhood story, this particular story is also packed with strong emotions that evoke echoes in the reader as she gets immersed in the case and connects with Myra and the Sisters. A wonderfully written story.
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