Sweet Revenge (Sisterhood #5)
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 do...more
Isabelle's name was drawn at the end of the last book now it is time for her revenge. Isabelle was an architect heading to a client when her right hand gal/collleague, Rosemary, ran a stop sign killing three people. With Isabelle knocked out Rosemary blamed the accident on Isabelle and accused her of stealing her (Rosemary's) design. After the courts and lawyers got through with Isabelle she was broke, lost her firm, house, carrer, her engament to Bobby...basically everything she wo ...more
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The book I’m reviewing today is Sweet Revenge by Fern Michaels it’s a Fiction story. Michael’s main theme in the sweet revenge there are some thing that a group of gracious ladies just can’t over look & doing one of their friends dirty is at the top of the list.
The book is about a seven women who would do every thing to help out one of their clan, especially when it means righting a wrong. This is one of the books in the sweet revenge. I really enjoyed r ...more
If emotional detachment and planning are the best means by which to exact one’s “pound of flesh” then ...more
Fifth in the Sisterhood vengeance-suspense series about a group of women seeking satisfaction from a flawed legal system.
It's Isabella's turn and she wants vindication for what her employee, Rosemary Hershey, did framing her for the car accident that killed a family and stealing Isabelle's designs. Charles has it all planned. Bringing Isabelle back on top and making her appear to be in high demand. Then the bait in the trap. After purchasing the Barrington farm, Myra gets a Kentucky Der ...more
J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" "Wesley's Wars" and "To Whom It May Concern"
This is the 5th book in the Sisterhood series. They are delightful and entertaining reads!
I really liked this book but didn't do my homework ahead of time and didn't realize it was book 5 of a series. So I was lost for the first few chapters. But Fern Michaels did an excellent job of character and story descripti ...more
One is not left with deep philosophical ponderings after reading these books. Instead, they make you feel like you have had a nice "catch up" visit with a friend and they ma ...more
Won't be reading any of the other Sisterhood series.