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Blindsided (Sisterhood #22)

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Ladies On Fire

Myra Rutledge isn't ready to mothball the Sisterhood just yet. When Maggie Spitzer, former editor-in-chief of the Post and an honorary member of the Sisterhood, arrives with a new mission in mind, the Vigilantes are soon gathering in their war room once more. While catching up on each other's lives, they plan a brilliant campaign against a duo of corrupt jud
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Hardcover, 282 pages
Published September 1st 2013 by Kensington Publishing Corporation (first published 2013)
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Cathy
The Sisterhood rocks!!

Fern Michaels and the Sisterhood series are one of my favorites. Always anticipating the next book. Myra and the gang rock!!
Karen
I am a huge fan of the sisterhood series and I must say this book was wonderful..I do miss the ones who are no longer with the sisterhood,but a few have returned for this book..Highly recommend it for fans of this series and anyone who likes to see justice prevail..
Shirley Bibbins
I have read all the books in Fern Michael's "Sisterhood" series, and was royally entertained by each of them. "Blindsided" is no exception. I hope Ms. Michaels continues this series.
Cindi
Another book from the sisterhood series. Another hit.
Heather  *lost in my own world*
# 22 In Sisterhood saga
Alright this is an ongoing series so if you haven't read previous novels you might be a bit lost but for the most part it can be understood as a stand-alone if you don't care to know the backstories and hints from previous books and characters.

So we start this novel with Maggie coming back and spills her tale and then gives the Sisterhood a new mission. Seems that a couple of twin Judges are in need of a good ol' Sisterhood enlightenment.
With the help of the Post team, Ab
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BJ
I'm glad this author decided to keep writing this series. Miss all the younger ladies though, hope we'll get to see more of them in future books.
Aimee
The Vigilantes have pretty much retired; however, they come back together to sock it to a pair of corrupt twin judges. When your members include a former President, millionaires, and other people with significant power, you can make a difference in ways most ordinary people can’t, and some of those methods aren’t exactly legal. However, what matters is that good triumphs over evil.

I will preface the rest of the review by saying that this is the first Fern Michaels book I have ever read, and sin
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Amee.21
It's good but not as great as the others. I really miss the involvement of the other vigilante woman. I don't care if it makes the book longer but to put in a bit more detail about Lizzie Fox handling her business vigilante style still makes it cohesive. I want to hear more about Abby/Abner even if it's just a teaser. I think the plot was awesome and the bad guys description made me feel like taking them down myself and wanted to kick the in the balls if they had any...

Dear Miss Fern Michaels,
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Brenda Arnett
Always the best of writers!

Always the best of writers!

I had a hard time putting this book down! Once again a great best seller by Fern Michaels! Hope she has another in this series soon.
Cynthia Sylvia
I loved it. I loved the whole series and pray Ms. Michaels will continue on with it. It was great to see even a partial crew back together.
Kathy Bold
Another book in Fern Michael's Sisterhood series. Again the women manage to stop the target from doing harm to individuals and give the town
their lives back.
Linda
The vigilante ladies are at it again and this time their focus is on two judges who are identical twins. These twins have the citizens of their town scared to go against them. They have declared their missing brother dead and stolen his lands and money. No one knew about this until a young reporter started investigating them and got run out of town. Then the ladies heard of it and said enough is enough!

I usually love the vigilante series but this one fell short. I wish Ms Michaels would include
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Diane Swart
I really like this series. Happy to see another book in the series.
Mason
Laughter, excitement, suspense, a bit of danger and a lot of revenge run amuck when the ladies gather at Pinewood.

The ladies of author Fern Michaels’ Sisterhood series aren’t ones to fade quietly into the background. Though it has been awhile since the ladies were called upon to dispense their own brand of justice, they are always ready for a new challenge.

Narrator Laural Merlington does an excellent job bringing the characters to life. Her distinct mannerisms and vocalizations have you believi
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Carol  MacInnis
The Sisterhood is back in action, and none too soon! Although many of those in the sisterhood have moved forward with their lives, for Maggie Spitzer and Annie deSilva, their love lives have crumbled. Myra Rutledge, as well as many of the others have become bored and restless and miss the excitement of their missions as vigilantes. So when Maggie returns to Pinewood, she also wishes to rally everyone together in the war room in order to discuss what could be their next mission. She believes a te ...more
Ann
I like the sisterhood books. I also am happy that author Fern Michaels has let them age gracefully. None of their lives have been perfect, like real life, they rely on their friends to survive. Their mistakes are forgiven and they are truly a family. This book gets them back to bringing the bad guys (or ladies) to justice and they do so in style.
Suzanne Smart
Just love the sisterhood series!! Always a fun read and continue to love the characters!!!!!
Sandy
The premise is funny and somewhat interesting, although, as with many series books, this one is not one of her best.

I'm going to say something about quality rather than content. There were so many typos and extra words in sentences that I'm wondering if anyone edited or even read this book before publication.

Nancy
Nice story. Guess I'm getting a little tired of the ladies. Wouldn't it be nice to have such resources at your hand.

Myra Rutledge isn't ready to mothball the Sisterhood just yet. When Maggie Spitzer, former editor-in-chief of the Post and an honorary member of the Sisterhood, arrives with a new mission in mind, the Vigilantes are soon gathering in their war room once more. While catching up on each other's lives, they plan a brilliant campaign against a duo of corrupt judges running a moneymakin
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Denise
As always Fern Michaels delivers! Can't wait to see where Myra & Annie will be going next@
Chelsea
While I imagine a fan of the Sisterhood series will probably be quite pleased with this twenty-second installment, I didn't quite get it. **This was the first book in the series that I've read, and I'm assuming there's a certain something about the twenty-one preceding this one that draws readers back repeatedly. It's possible that certain magic is lacking in this book, but I'm willing to acknowledge that it's more likely I'm just not attuned to it. Unfortunately, I also didn't encounter it inde ...more
Terri Lynn
I wanted to like it and I tried to like it but...I didn't like it. I started not liking it on the first page. Myra Rutledge was sitting around the house with her 4 dogs while her husband Charles was in the basement writing his memoirs who no one would be interested in. So, if no one would publish it and no one would be interested, then why the hell has he spent 4 years writing it? Myra apparently can't cook but Charles has taken to making meals in the crock pot and Myra resents it. Why? If she d ...more
Kate Barker
Just as the other sisterhood books she has done a wonderful job. For those that have not read any of the other books you really do need to read at least the first 4-6 books to get a better idea of what the sisterhood is about. The only thing missing this time around was an update on the orginial sisterhood and where they are today. Even if they are not involved the current book it would have been nice to know where they are. Would this stop me from getting anymore of the books nah..... she is ju ...more
Paula Collins
The one thing you will also get in reading one of the Sisterhood books from Fern Michaels is a good laugh. The different things they are about to pull off to catch and correct corruption are great. Having the judges being that they will be injected with cement and it is only gelatin is great. This is where we end up meeting a new member of the team - A young reporter that joins the Post after finding out about the corruption of some local Judges. He brings a fresh view of that actions the older ...more
Carol
Blindsided by Fern Michaels was very disappointing to me. It took me a while to work through the beginning because there were so about where the different women were at the point in their life. I think it would have worked better as a standalone with all that at the beginning.

I loved the main story about the evil twin sisters declaring their brother dead and deep into moneymaking schemes. I loved to hate both of them. But some of the details of the Viligilantes' war room seemed dated and not pla
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Carol
Blindsided by Fern Michaels was very disappointing to me. It took me a while to work through the beginning because there were so about where the different women were at the point in their life. I think it would have worked better as a standalone with all that at the beginning.

I loved the main story about the evil twin sisters declaring their brother dead and deep into moneymaking schemes. I loved to hate both of them. But some of the details of the Viligilantes' war room seemed dated and not pla
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Artemiz
What I have to say about Fern Michaels's Blindsided. Well, if you want to know what has become of Charlie's Angels, after they have grown older and can not take on all those assignments, where they need to dress up or dress down, do some serious marshal arts fighting and fire all kinds of weapons, since they have highly respectable jobs and kids and husbands ...

Well they still rush into the fight if somebody is in trouble or somebody is stepping over the line with using the power that is given t
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Amy
The Sisterhood series is one of my favorite series. I eagerly anticipate every book.

This book did not disappoint ... in fact, it only heightened by love for this series. I like how the Sisterhood is continually developing and evolving. There was just the right amount of activity going on in this book that the reader was engaged throughout.

I cannot wait until the next book is released!
Patricia Solla
Welcome back to the sisterhood. The older women have found a cause to champion and it's really interesting. Also Maggie has become staid with being in charge of the newspaper, so there's a new boss and Maggie has returned to work with her favorite reporting duo. The storyline is intriguing and not that farfetched and the resolution is quite interesting and involved.
Kimberly
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I could not finish this book but I think it was my own error. I requested this book from NetGalley because I have read other Fern Michaels books and while I think she has an odd way about her writing I usually enjoy the story. However, this book is the 22nd in a series called Sisterhood. The problem is this story is about the characters getting back together and restarting some type of operation they worked on before and while I tried I couldn’t understan
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Sisterhood (1 - 10 of 25 books)
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  • Payback (Sisterhood, #2)
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“Back to the land of freedom. Back to breaking the law with her sisters to make sure justice got served. God, just the thought had her tingling all over.” 5 likes
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