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 15 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....
©2008 Fern Michaels; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Somewhat confusing chapter in the sisterhood chronicles...many moments of "what the??" In my opinion...for instance, Yoko is supposed to be 33, but her father - 3-time Oscar winning actor and sex slavery businessman Michael Lyons is supposedly 50...so he was 17 when he fathered her and was already running a lucrative sex slavery ring at the time? And crazy gluing him and the other men in the sex slavery ring was enough punishment, but last installment, Alexis had to tattoo her name in the offenders faces? Doesn't exactly seem fair to me...finally, I'm hoping this is the last we see of those two annoying Washington Post reporters...I get the Sisterhood vigilantes need antagonists in the story buy holy cow were those toe getting to be annoying as all heck! And like we were really supposed to believe they would have come back to D.C.? Regardless, I can't complain too much or else I'd be a hypocrite, because I always come back for more in this series so bottom line is as always, a very entertaining guilty pleasure of a series....
I am always in a hurry to get to the next story in this series. I am going to be very sad when I am finished listening. I hope that the author continues to add to th eseries.
I LOVE her books!!!! We can't really find justice or get "revenge" in real life but her books are WONDERFUL vicarious works of art!!!!
I love this series of books, the only thing that would make them better is if there was not so much bad language in them. Other than that, I have really enjoyed them. Be sure to try to listen to them in order!!
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