Ok I admit I didn't even read this book. But I feel I have the right to rate it; I read the first book in the Sisterhood Series, and while it was painful for me to get through, decided to read the next one to see if the books grew on me at all. The dialouge is so choppy in these books...but the main issue I had with the first book was all the typos and mistakes. Being an English teacher I do tend to have a critical eye for grammar detail, but I would still expect more from a well-known author! I gave Fern Michaels the benefit of the doubt and blamed the publishing company on all the missing punctuation, backwards quotation marks, missing words, etc. Then I started reading Payback. Kathryn is the main character in Weekend Warriors, and has a Belgian Malinois named Murphy. But in the first chapter of Payback, it talks about Kathryn's dog Murphy as a German Shepherd--ugh! Now I realize the two breeds are very similar in appearance, but this little detail bugged me so much that I put the book down and could not continue to read it! If she's going to go to the trouble to pick a specific breed for a main character, is it too much to ask to keep it consistent from one book to the next? I'd rather read quality authors who are not just trying to pump out so many books quickly that they don't take the time to care about what they are writing, which is the impression I get from this author.