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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Laural Merlington,Fern Michaels
ISBN: 1597375748
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher Brilliance Audio; MP3 edition (October 3, 2006)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 258
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by Laural Merlington,Fern Michaels


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wow! I highly recommend readers start at the beginning of the series to get an understanding of how and why the Sisterhood was formed. These books are outstanding, and I am highly confident you will thoroughly enjoy them.

Kensington publishing corp. This is now. Now, with the aid of the Sisterhood, she was finally going to get her revenge for what Rosemary had done to her. Bobby, too. She was driving now, mindful of the time and how long it was going to take to drive out to Pinewood in McLean, Virginia.

wow! I highly recommend readers start at the beginning of the series to get an understanding of how and why the Sisterhood was formed.

Fern Michaels (Author), Laurel Merlington (Narrator), Recorded Books . I wish there's a way to get a refund! The Sisterhood series is just not the same without the men. In this book, the men are on their own mission.

Fern Michaels (Author), Laurel Merlington (Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher). Though all are interesting they are my favs.

The Sisterhood: Book 7. By: Fern Michaels. Narrated by: Laural Merlington. Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins. wow! I highly recommend readers start at the beginning of the series to get an understanding of how and why the Sisterhood was formed.

Narrated by Laural Merlington. There are some things that a group of gracious ladies just can't overlook-and doing one of their friends dirty is at the top of the list. That's the mission of the Sisterhood, seven women who would do anything to help out one of their clan, especially when it means righting a wrong. And Isabelle Flanders has definitely been done wrong.

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There are some things that a group of gracious ladies just can’t overlook—and doing one of their friends dirty is at the top of the list. That’s the mission of the Sisterhood, seven women who would do anything to help out one of their clan, especially when it means righting a wrong. And Isabelle Flanders has definitely been done wrong.


Her former colleague, the conniving Rosemary, did everything in her power to ruin Isabelle, from framing her for a terrible drunk driving accident to stealing her husband and her architecture firm. Now, Isabelle’s formerly lovely life is in tatters while Rosemary scoops up the spoils. It’s enough to make any friend’s blood boil. Rosemary may think she’s flying high, but she’s about to tangle with the Sisterhood. And when the Sisterhood is on the case, revenge is swift, delicious, and oh-so-sweet….


Ghile
You really can't go wrong with Nora Roberts. I read this when it first was published & have been replacing physical books with digital. This one is a tear jerker. NR always does a wonderful job with her research so the cultural references to the Middle East are as accurate as possible. Her characters are irrepressibly likable (at least the Hero/Heroine). But NR is never about flighty irresponsible female characters. Her females are capable of living on their own & accomplishing many & great things in their own right. Sometimes there are emotional
/psychological upheavals that they get through by leaning on friend or family. But you just know they could do it alone if they chose too. This story is right up her alley. The Heroine could totally accomplish her "Sweet Revenge" without the hero but the fact that she chooses to cooperate with him by including him says everything about the budding relationship. I like this type of story line. It acknowledges that when done right a loving relationship builds both parties & bonds them securely to each other. And if loving the main characters isn't enough, you will absolutely HATE her father for his unenlightened attitude & the overbearing way of life in his home. & it isn't a statement solely on Mid Est culture. If you look around you will see his behavior is in many cultures. It is abusive to the body, mind & spirit (which is where you will find yourself crying). Although it is an older novel It doesn't have that out-of-date vibe. I found it just as enjoyable today as the first time years ago.
Kefrannan
I enjoyed this book as I often do Ms. Roberts creations. However, I was completely taken aback by the vast number of typos I found in the text . As a former proofreader I was first confused and then amazed and then somewhat amused by the sheer number of them . All of them were words that apparently spellchecker had substituted for the intended word such as: rims for runs, hoses for roses , lingers for fingers , tip for up , rah for run and shell for she'll. The funniest of these which took me several moments to even figure out what's the use of the word tolling instead of rolling which was placed right in the middle of a love scene so you can imagine my confusion . I won't say that I will never buy another one of Nora Roberts novels again, but this was definitely not up to her usual use of exactly the right word in a given situation . Her vocabulary as well as her charming and varied story lines have given me many hours of entertaining reading . This one unfortunately was entertaining for a completely different reason, and not one that I had previously expected from Nora Roberts .
Zeueli
It was a good story told in the captivating way that is typical of a Nora Roberts novel. You feel connected to the characters and can vision the exotic locations and people. I enjoyed it and the only reason for 4 stars is because of the predictability of her books. They all have the same rhythm and descriptive terms used to describe the romantic scenes and feelings. Change the names and locations and it is almost the same as all her other books. But a predictable NR book is still better than many other romance novels.
Bad Sunny
I've read and enjoyed most all of her books, I wasn't disappointed with this one. It was a far cry from the usual locations of her novels. I felt even though she portrayed the traditions in Jaquir as chavanistic and unfair to women, she did admit that to some of the women, it was an acceptable way of life. A fascinating story of a daughter's love for her mother.
The Rollers of Vildar
I liked the setting of this story and the explanation of the culture of the main character. I had to remember I was reading a fictional story when doubting some of the “ steals”. Overall a good summer read and of course, Nora keeps it moving.
Balladolbine
Revenge is the theme the story revolves around. Addy is driven to avenge her mother for the suffering she endured at the hands of her father,King Abdu. The story includes thievery,betrayal,romance,and revenge.
Bundis
Nora Roberts is seriously a great author, and this book was one of my favorites. I love the concept she portrays, and it's fun to read about other cultures through the lens of fiction. Although it is fictitious, Roberts includes truthful cultural aspects, so readers can learn about other cultures while being greatly entertained.
I can't say I didn't enjoy reading this story but it left me frustrated many times.... then I'd pick it up and start reading again. The basic story was good, just too much tension in between.