Free Fall (Sisterhood #7)
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 thos...more
Yoko has a secret that when she reviels her mission put the Sisterhood to the test. The Sisters put it all out on the line to help Yoko avenge her mother. Trust me when I say reader were not ready for this book until now. If it is something that makes Charles sick to his stomach then you know right off the bat that the mission is going to be difficult and somethings are not easy to forget and that this is one mission that takes strong wills and is...more
In "Free Fall: Sisterhood Series #7 (The Sisterhood)," one of their own, Yoko Akia, seeks to avenge her mother who was only fifteen when a wealthy man swept her off her feet with promises of love. Instead, he brought her a life of horror and eventu...more
It's a year later and, at last, it's Yoko's turn and, oh, boy, it is truly awful. Yoko wants vengeance against her own father. The man who has made it a twice-a-year practice to visit third world countries to buy very young virgins. Some for his personal use; the rest he sells to sick perverts just like himself. It was Yoko's mother's fate. Purchased along with her sisters, Suki...more
I wasn't aware when I was given the book, that it was #7 in a series though. I'm thinking books/audiobooks need to have a very big number on them announcing what number in a series it is because I really don't have the time to...more
This is book #7 in a series called,"Revenge of the Sisterhood". My book club wanted to read it, and many of the...more
I liked the fact that women were the lead characters and were involved in some exciting adventures.
However, by not reading the previous 6 books in this series, I missed something and it was
hard to piece the story line together.
It is a bit difficult at points because of the nature of the case they are working on and I was unsatisfied with its outcome, but the overall storyline ends great.
I am glad certain characters are involved now and can contribute to the cases.
The writing itself is not strong (both in grammar/construction and storytelling flaws), but since it's a fast-read/skimming kind of book, it didnt bother me. Great for the beach or an evening in.