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Final Justice (Sisterhood #12)

4.21 of 5 stars 4.21  ·  rating details  ·  2,157 ratings  ·  69 reviews
If You Want To Win, Get The Sisterhood On Your Side

The seven women of the Sisterhood—Myra, Annie, Kathryn, Alexis, Yoko, Nikki, and Isabelle—have risked everything in the name of justice, including their own freedom. Their most recent mission promised to reward them with a presidential pardon and a chance to leave their enforced exile. But before they can enjoy their prize
ebook, 256 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Zebra (first published September 1st 2008)
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Heather  *not ready for winter*
Sisterhood # 12 Rules of the Game # 5
3.5 stars
Sisterhood vs Las Vegas

So in this novel the Sisterhood aka the Vigilantes have a very intresting mission; help get a woman, Marble Rose, out of jail and take care of the Inner circle of the Babylon Casino. A group of women take on the big bads from Vegas.

A few highlights are:
Fox meets a man she does soon forget and her 'intrigue' tends to be a bit costly for Cricket

Jack gets to drive or rather torment The Sisters in a Hearse.

We meet a guy names Littl
Sep 24, 2008 Nikki rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: NO ONE
Recommended to Nikki by: Friends
All I can say is I have had enough. I question why I have continued along with this series. I thought that was to be the 'final' book in the series. If it is then Ms. Michaels sure left a lot of unfinished business!
Also all through the book I kept thinking here we go again...totally unrealistic. Just once I wanted one of the vigilantes to get caught. I hope I can stick to my word and not read any more of the sisterhood books if there is more. I have had ENOUGH. Are we really suppose to believe
The Sisterhood seven looks forward to their presidential pardon and the end of their self-imposed exile in Europe as they did their part of the bargain (see COLLATERAL DAMAGE). However, the pardon is delayed for political reasons when the president selects Bert Navarro as the new FBI director. No one wants his alleged abetting the Sisterhood to become the focus of the Senate advice and consent hearings.

Instead Myra, Annie, Kathryn, Alexis, Yoko, Nikki, and Isabelle are working a scenario in Las
Kathy Davie
Twelfth in the Sisterhood; fifith in the Rules of the Game vengeance-suspense series based in Washington D.C. although, this story takes place in Las Vegas.

The Story
An old, estranged friend of Annie and Myra's needs help. Her daughter is being illegally held in jail in Las Vegas for winning too much. AND, there's some sneaky, underhanded fraud going on in the casinos.

So the troops straggle off to Vegas to overwhelm the Babylon's casino security into giving it all up. Well, mostly Lizzie. Lizzie
This seemed like a lot of lead up with nearly no action. I did not read the earlier books in the series so a couple parts were confusing. However, I feel like most authors explain a little bit about the characters backgrounds in series books. If it's a series I'm following, I usually skim through that part. With this book, you had to read the previous books for certain parts to make sense. Plus, like I said earlier, the climax wasn't that interesting.
In Fern Michaels's Final Justice, the 5th installment in the Rules of Game Spin-off series, and the 12th installment in the Sisterhood Vigilante mystery series. The Sisterhood have risked everything in the name of justice, especially their freedom. Their recent mission had promised them a presidential pardon and leave their self-enforced exile, which would be the ultimate prize. But for business titan Ruben Rumson, he threw his hat into politics and ran against President Connor's opponent. He ho ...more
Improbable? Maybe, but a really good read. These sisterhood books are a kick. I love them. The only way to find them is to search on Fern Michaels, then go the the series Sisterhood. I serched for Final Justice, and it never showed up!!!!
I like the series.

Good adventures although not necessarily realistic but still
A good read for entertainment. I do enjoy the humor and personal touches.
Roz Curney-Sherod
Loved the beauty and the beast angel! This one was much better than the last two , Nice to see how the women handle things on their own.
Have read most of this series and missed this one. It filled in blanks on the character's. Fast read and not as good as others.
The Seven Sisters strike again in the heart of Washington DC and with the President of the World Bank, they make a new friend along the way and generally "Kick Butt". Fun!
This is #12 in the series and the Sisterhood is once again taking on a mission to right a wrong. While they wait for their Presidential Pardons and a chance to leave their forced exile they're tackling a new mission in Las Vegas. Myra and Annie's childhood friend Beatrice, needs a favor. Although she's monetarily rich, her relationship with her daughter is dismal at best. However; she's requesting the Sisterhood's help to save her daughter from the clutches of the most powerful people in Las Veg ...more
Heather Paullus-wagner
I liked this book, but not as much as others in the series. It seemed like the book was disjointed and jumpy in spots. Again these women take no prisoners and I love it!!!
Norma Fisher
love the books of the sisterhood.
#12 in the Sisterhood series. I finished it in one day.
Carol  MacInnis
The Sisterhood's last mission put their freedom in jeopardy, but more importantly, their lives. But now Myra and Annie's childhood friend, Beatrice who is a nine-time widow, and has more money than God is asking for their help to save her estranged daughter Marble Rose. This mission takes them to Las Vegas where Marble Rose is on a winning streak, one which makes enemies there and wishes her stopped, at any cost. Can the girls save her?
Mark Buehl
This was a very good Sisterhood book. Lots of great characters that keep developing and new ones added in to keep things interesting. The story on this was good, but I thought ended rather abruptly. The payback was just a few pages and nothing on what happened after they left. Almost like there was a chapter missing. Still a good story and a good read.
A little muddled at the beginning but Fern pulls it together in the end. This book may be hard for a new reader coming in to this continuation of stories because there are so many characters. Good story and I wonder if there is more as I haven't looked at the Fern Michaels recently. Had become a little burned out on her writing.
Patricia Solla
The sisterhood is alive and well and going to Las Vegas. Is an old nemisis going to join up and protect the sisterhood? Is one of the protectors getting a love interest? And just what are the sisterhood out to take down? Good action. Liked the mystery ninjas. Also liked the action taking place inside the casinos.
Love this series! I agree with other readers though, you have to read the other books to really appreciate all that is going on and what has happened. I thought this book dragged a little compared to others in the series but I was happy to read that someone finally gave Lizzie a run for her money :)
Veronica Knudson
I think this book might be one of a series, and I started in the middle someplace. Second book I listened to on my road trip last week. Good book, but the descriptor on the box was a bit off. Again, could be because it didn't fit for starting in the middle. A good book to listen to on the road however.
Desiree reilly
i love how the ladies did have the gut to stick up to the hot shots
in t he book and how the lady adopted all t he girls who did not
have a mom they were great diegies and then they are also
great at getting what they wanted and then how the girl
destoryed 2 expenisve cars
Not impressed. This book is a series ... and maybe if I had started the series from the beginning, I would have been more familiar with the characters and author's style. The "suspense/action" was maybe 3 pages long. Easy read thought! I won't be rushing out to read the entire series.
The saga continues with the vigilantes and retribution (usually a bit to violent)this time against the Vegas casino crooks. Guess this was to be the ending of the series, however, would have liked it better if more of the story finished some of the characters storyline...
Seems as though the sisterhood sisters are not as dangerous as they once were, and seem to be slowly making more mistakes. They survived this time, but knowing that there are several more books, how long will it truly last before something goes totally awry. Nice read!!
while none of the books in this series would qualify as all time favorites in my mind, all of them are enjoyable, if a little bit unbelievable. I like to listen to these to pass the time when I want to listen to a book but can't really concentrate fully on it.
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Latest book on "The Sisterhood Series". They have been redeemed but I hope it's not the end of their adventures. Start with the first of this series. I read the beginning eleven books all in one summer. Good summer reading.
I've never been so glad to finally get through a book. It was so disjointed that I often wondered where it was going, then when I seemed to "get it", it lost me again. Maybe if I could identify with gaming/Las Vegas...MAYBE NOT!
Laural Merlington reads this series and is excellent. The Sisterhood story lines are about equalizing injustice for women. They are creative and funny in a gape-mouthed way with characters you grow to love.
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Fern Michaels isn’t a person. I’m not sure she’s an entity either since an entity is something with separate existence. Fern Michaels is what I DO. Me, Mary Ruth Kuczkir. Growing up in Hastings, Pennsylvania, I was called Ruth. I became Mary when I entered the business world where first names were the order of the day. To this day, family and friends call me Dink, a name my father gave me when I w ...more
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