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Deja Vu (Sisterhood #19)

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Celebrate With The Sisterhood

Thanks to a presidential pardon, the Sisterhood can put their fugitive days behind them and resume their lives in peace. Still, all the women admit that lately things are a little too calm and peaceful. Meeting up for the first time in months to celebrate Kathryn's birthday--in the City of Sin, no less--seems like the perfect antidote.

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ebook, 304 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Zebra (first published October 1st 2010)
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Warning! If you are the kind of reader who has difficulty keeping track of numerous characters at once, this is not the book for you. If the sisters’ group wasn’t big enough to scare off a cackling brew of witches, then there is still the gang of guys who try aiding the women in an attempt to earn the ladies’ love.

I realize the books are centered around the sisters, but I could not help falling for the guys even more. Jabbing, yet supporting each other while they all work to keep their love’s in
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Marcia Berg Haskell
"Thanks to a presidential pardon, the Sisterhood can put their fugitive days behind them and resume their lives in peace. Still, all the women admit that lately things are a little too calm and peaceful. Meeting up for the first time in months to celebrate Kathryn’s birthday – in the City of Sin, no less – seems like the perfect antidote.

But before they can kick up their heels something too big to pass up is dropped into their laps. The time has come to deal with Enemy #1, a/k/a Hank Jellicoe. W
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Heather  *reading myself crazy*
After misplacing this book I finally finished it. Was it as good as some of the others? Umm in my opinion no. Was it fast paced action/drama/suspense vigilante/Sisterhood action...kinda. You get a nibble the take small bites until the end where you just inhale the rest of the story. The ending was my favorite, but hey who doesn't like an ending where the good guys or rather girls get the last laugh.

Alrighty for the review...hmm
Sisterhood # (lost count but 19 or 20 I think..honestly to lazy to l
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Rhonda
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Amelia
Warning! If you are the kind of reader who has difficulty keeping track of numerous characters at once, this is not the book for you. If the sisters’ group wasn’t big enough to scare off a cackling brew of witches, then there is still the gang of guys who try aiding the women in an attempt to earn the ladies’ love.

I realize the books are centered around the sisters, but I could not help falling for the guys even more. Jabbing, yet supporting each other while they all work to keep their love’s in
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Kathy Davie
Nineteenth in the Sisterhood romance-suspense series about seven former fugitives and their friends and lovers.


My Take
I suspect Michaels is feeling the need to shake things up with the breakups she has engineered in this installment. Even Elias is wondering if he's letting Nellie down. I must say it's about time she had the boys rebel against the women's autocracy! Unsurprisingly, the ladies are absolutely clueless as to why the boys don't like being treated like idiots who will come when call
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Jennifer Estep
Deja Vu by Fern Michaels is the latest book in her long-running Sisterhood series about a group of female friends.

The Sisters have received a presidential pardon and are no longer fugitives, but they find that being ordinary citizens is a little boring. So when the president asks the Sisters to track down Hank Jellicoe, a vicious killer wanted by several government agencies, they happily agree. Jellicoe got away from the Sisters once before, and they're not about to let him slip through their fi
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Bob
After being pardoned and protected from prosecution by the Whitehouse the sisterhood have been lying low, but now they are in the hunt for Hank Jellicoe the rogue CIA agent they had caught in the past but managed to escape. With lots of money and know how he has disappeared from view but is suspected of being the cause of the deaths of other agents. The sisters gear up again to beat the CIA and FBI whose bosses have been given 30 days to find and apprehend Jellicoe. These are always fun reads as ...more
Glenda
When I picked up this abridged audiobook, I didn't realize that it was #19 in a series. It was quite a job to keep up with 7 different main characters and their various husbands, fiancés, and significant others. Once that was sorted out and I also got familiar with assorted Good Guys and Bad Guys, it was a fun ride through the fast-paced dénouement. I especially liked the duct tape element.
Carol
I've read quite a few of the Sisterhood Series, and find them most enjoyable. Interesting concept they are based on. I really like Fern Michael's writing, and have read a lot of her books direct and in different series. Like the style. This book has a different preface than some of the others, and it may not be my absolute favorite, but it is still pretty good.
Linda Rawlins
DEJA VU - the 19th book in the Fern Michaels Sisterhood series. After receiving a Presidential pardon, the girls try to kick back and relax but get drawn into an immediate search for Hank Jellicoe, their greatest enemy. The sisters combine their resources and talents to bring him to justice before the CIA, FBI and Homeland Security. I love Fern Michaels and have read some of the early Sisterhood novels. Jumping into number 19 without keeping up with the series is difficult as there were so many ...more
Vickie Fisher
Sisterhood series has been enjoyable reading, not too heavy, often fun, good stories.

I recommend this series for summer beach reading and waiting room s. Easy to pick up where you left off.
Laurie D'ghent
It's very obvious this is not the first book in a very complicated series--I gave up at page 50 when I still didn't have any idea who any of the dozen main characters were
Sharon Sherman
The 19th Sisterhood book was just as amazing as the first 18 were. If you want to see just how powerful woman can be the Sisterhood Series by Fern Michaels is for you.
Allen
#19 in The Sisterhood series, the Sisters are not happy with their lives as pardoned criminals. They are back in the game.
Mommyreview.com
Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwn. Boring.... so I know this is a series, I'm not sure where this book is in the series, I'm guessing the last. But with most series you can jump in at any time with any book. At page 4 I was dying of boredom. Thought I would give it more time, within the 2nd chapter it just like spams you with 10+ random characters and gives you no back-story, then switches back to the current story. I usually never ever stop reading a book to never finish it. But this book I was not going to w ...more
Roz Curney-Sherod
The Sisters were way to Bitchy in this book! They had no respect for the men in their lives and blamed them for losing 18 months out of their lives as if they were forced to accompany them in the first place. Maggie was the worst of the bunch! My favorite character as this series comes to it's conclusion has been "Harry". The things he does makes me laugh out loud.
Kathy
You have to love the Sisterhood Series to continue reading about the Vigilante's adventures. Part of the book is slow because Michaels needs to reiterate who the characters are for someone that hasn't read the series from the beginning and knows these characters inside and out. The excitement really starts more towards the middle of the book when the Sisters need to find Hank Jelico and put an end to his rein of terror. Of course they get their man and leave you wanting more, which fortunately c ...more
Susan
Great mystery. Sadly it contains profanity.
Juanit Martha
what that deja vu
Alison
A continuation of "Cross Roads" the Sisterhood/vigilantes continue to pursue the man who made their life miserable after they received their pardons. A man of wealth, knowledge, power, and means. Predictably, the women always get their man. Fast reading. While the punishment they give out leaves me scratching their head as to why they aren't in jail for life, it is fun reading about their plots, their plans, their skills and how they execute their plans. This is one group of women you do not wan ...more
Jody
A Sisterhood novel.

Loved this one! One of my favorites in this series. I wish I would have read the one right before this one though-don't know how I missed it, but will definitely be reading it soon. Any book in this series can be read without reading the rest of the series; but I am interested in the one before this one as I missed weddings, miscarriages and whatever Hank did that made the women hate him so much.

Wish this series would never end, it is that good!
Mary Didia
very good book.
Jenny
Oops- #19 in the vigilante Sisterhood series, which is probably why I was a bit confused in the beginning and had difficulty keeping the huge cast of characters straight. The story, set in the Washington DC area, revolves around a group of women (with their significant others) plotting to take down a man (also known at Enemy #1) who evaded them in the past. I felt that the action did not really start till the last 100 pages of the book.
Carol  MacInnis
Peaceful times have come upon the sisters when the presidential pardon has finally come. After month of seperation, the girls meet up to celebrate Kathryn's birthday in Vegas. But something bigger awaits them. The President has run out of patience and wants results in taking down Hank Jellicoe.

With the sisters expertise, they take on this mission wholeheartedly. This novel kept me on the edge of my seat. Another Fern Michaels classic!
Soccergypsy
I haven't read the prior books in this "Sisterhood" series and I wish I had in order to understand the characters and their backgrounds a bit better. There was not much of a history of the grouping like most stories with repeat characters tend to reiterate. Once I got a general understanding of the relationships between the characters the storyline flowed better. I hope to revisit this book once I read the prior stories.
Cindy Jacobson
This book is part of the Sisterhood series. It was very disjointed. Usually in a series, the author will give a reader a little background of the characters so you have som idea of who people are and what is going on. That definitely did not happen. Also, the author would be on one tangent and suddenly jump to another plot point. I won't be reading any more books in this series.
Toni Wulfekuhl
The girls have been pardoned and are now free, go after Jellicoe after the FBI. CIA and Homeland Security fail.

I had to skip Cross Roads #18,(library won't let me hold it) and really missed a step by doing this. Last I knew the guys had got great jobs with Jellicoe helping with security systems, the President was engaged to him and now he is Public Enemy #1 ?????
Randi
I read all of Fern Michael's The Sisterhood Series so I'm very excited to get into this newest one! Like all The Sisterhood books prior to this, Fern Michaels has a way to keep you so interested and involved. This one was very fast, enjoyable and of course had me wanting more.
19 books into this series thus far, and I still love each and every one!
Patricia Solla
What's life like after being a vigilanti? Well it was dull for awhile and relationships are straining but things are about to change. The sisterhood finds themselves caught in catching the bad guy who got away the first time. There's plenty of action and I loved the author's involvement of the Red Hat Ladies!
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