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Sunday, Sweet Vengeance

(Iron Ladies #2)

4.58  ·  Rating details ·  217 ratings  ·  103 reviews
The handoff of an orchid colored card was all it took to call the Iron Ladies, a whisper network of women.
They specialized in bringing abusive men to their knees.
Men who abused women and abused power, men like the Camden’s.

Sunday Prescott was a tech goddess, cyber espionage was her specialty.
During her latest assignment, she uncovered more than she ever hoped for: Bo
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Dec 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Iron Ladies are back and doing what they do best by helping a woman in need. This time Sunday gets a little more than she’s bargained for. What a great group of ladies that I’d love to be friends with. Vengeance couldn’t be any more sweeter than with Sweet Vengeance!
April Symes
Dec 08, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sweet Vengeance by Danielle Norman is book #14 in the Iron Orchids series. This is
Sunday Prescott and Bennett (Bo) Camden’s story. 
Sunday works as a computer genius aka hacker for the Iron Orchids. She and the Iron Ladies take on a new client, Traci Camden, who believes her husband is embezzling money from their company. The son, Bennett (Bo) thinks the same and heads to the Feds regarding his beliefs. Sunday is determined to put the bad guy away and ends up meeting Bo. When that happens, fire
Erin Lewis
Dec 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Star review of Sweet Vengeance (Iron Orchids #14) by Danielle Norman

I love this series about strong feisty women who are not afraid to put themselves out there for those women who need their help.

This is Sunday Prescott and Bennett (Bo) Camden’s story. Sunday is the computer genius of the the Iron Orchids who is usually found behind the scenes, happy to let others take the lead. I loved Sunday, in fact I haven’t met an Iron Orchid woman I didn’t like or admire.

Bo is definitely an alpha, use
LaToya (Readingbythebayou)
I just love this series. Sunday is the right amount of quirky, sassy and sexy. Bo was a sweetheart. From start to finish you will enjoy this book. A great addition to the series!
Ga Books LoverX
Dec 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Danielle Norman's Iron Orchids series is freaking amazing, I LOVE reading about strong women and Sweet Vengeance is about Sunday Prescott that is a part of the Iron Ladies, a super hush hush security firm that helps ladies in need on the down low. She is a computer wizard and is typically more on the shy side until her next assignment when she has to work with Bo, we see just how strong this amazing lady is and sparks freaking FLY between between the two of them.

I love how real Danielle Norman's
Dec 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Reviewed by Emma-Louise on behalf of KindleFriendsForever

It’s been quite a while since I took the time to sit and read a mystery romance, and this one had just the right amount of ingredients to keep me chomping at the bit until the well-written end.

Sunday and Bo, two sides of the same coin. Both doing the right thing for their own reasons.

The story of Sunday and her best friends was chock full of the things you’d find in any real friendship. Calling one another out on their BS, bei
Kari Hansen
Dec 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sunday is the member of the Iron Ladies who is more content asserting her power with her off the charts IT skills but their latest case has her on the front line when she agrees to go undercover to determine who is defrauding their clients company.

Bo is the son of her client and also happens to be in second position on their suspect list. He comes across as arrogant which rubs Sunday the wrong way but there is so much more to the man than his demeanor. When they find themselves working together
This was an awesome installment in the Iron Orchids series.

The Iron Orchids are back and of course, they are doing what they are best at and that is helping someone in need, another woman in need and help her rid of all the crap that surrounds her life.
I loved this. I love the whole concept of it. Very empowering and I honestly would love to meet these women if they were real. The author writes an enticing, empowering story that had me hanging on every word.

I absolutely loved it and loved Sun
Jakki Frances
Dec 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another great read from Danielle Norman. This book is part of the new spin off series the Iron Ladies. It had all the Dani sass and spunk of the other branches of the Iron's (badges & orchids) with a ladylike twist. I love that these ladies have the attitude we know and love from Danielle's characters but they're a little more refined. Less F###! more "oh my stars".

Bring on more of the Ladies who are a whisper & card hand-off from helping another woman.
Jun 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Iron Lady Sunday Prescott is a computer wiz and has never had much success with the male sex. Well, her luck is about to change when she meets the smartass Bo Camden. When Bo's mother Traci goes to the Iron Ladies for help in getting proof that her no good two timing husband Kai is stealing from her company. Her son Bo and Sunday get off on the wrong foot and hate each other right out of the gate. Bo like the firey, intelligent Sunday and she can't stop wondering what he looks like with no cloth ...more
A computer wizard and the heir of his family’s financial firm may sound like strange bedfellows, but there is no denying Sunday and Bo’s chemistry. Bo is the son of one of Iron Ladies’ clients. They get off to a rough start, as he is on the suspect list. Bo and Sunday call a truce and she believes his innocence.
The plot is actually a continuation from a case in the book, “Bridget, Federal Protection”. At first it appears this is a case of embezzlement, but Sunday discovers much worse crimes are
Melanie R
May 10, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another enjoyable read

I enjoyed the second book in the Iron Ladies series. This was Sunday’s story. I liked Bo her romantic interest as well. I wish we would have been able to see GE end of the case they worked on. They got their client out of her marriage, but her husband was still running a trafficking rings out would have been nice to see the FBI take him and his colleagues down and free the victims.
I had some issues with this one. I like the girls and the work they do, I liked the client they were working with, but I never really warmed up to Bo. Often he came off as a petchulant child, one who was used to getting everything handed to him. I was glad when Sunday called him out at the end, but I think she could have done better than him.
Jul 15, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Goodish read

Enjoyable romp with the iron ladies. Both characters were nicely suited to each other but too many things were left unexplained. And I always like retribution which didn’t happen. Very abrupt finish but overall good book.
Lynn Smith
Apr 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sunday, Sweet Vengeance

Love the Iron Ladies. They kick some serious butt. You can't help but like Sunday. She seems so shy and sweet. Then along comes Bo and the Sparks fly.
Sep 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another great read. I love Danielle Norman’s books
The fabulous Iron Ladies are back helping another woman rid herself of the trouble in her life that is dragging her down. Danielle Norman knows how to write strong women who are loyal, determined, and who put their friendships first and will take on anyone that tries to keep them down. Sunday hasn’t always been one of those women, all throughout school, she was invisible until she met outspoken, take no prisoners Adeline along with Melanie and Olivia, who helped Sunday find her voice and come in ...more
J Basco
With an epic opening quote from Mary Howitt’s The Spider and the Fly Danielle Norman once again takes us on a journey led by courageous women.

Sweet Vengeance tells Sunday Prescott’s story where she grows from a quiet, behind the scenes computer genius to an assertive woman who uses her voice to speak her mind. I really loved Sunday’s character. She’s the kind of person who is naturally more introverted but still very present, even when it appears she’s busy working away on the computer. It goes
Theresa Ann
Sweet Vengeance by Danielle Norman was my introduction to the Iron Ladies. They’re a set of detectives who are contacted by women who’ve been given their special orchid business card as their referral. Their business is specifically geared toward helping women who are abused and/or used in some way.

In this story, the Iron Ladies are in roles typically reserved for men in most books. They’re the highly educated techies, readers of body language, trained in psychology, and create a team of women
Jennifer Pierson
I've become such a fan girl of Danielle Norman since the very first book that I read by her super talented self. And the Iron Ladies of Iron Orchids?! OH MY HELL DO I WANT TO WORK FOR THEM! Sweet Vengeance is Sunday's story, and it was fantastic. She's the computer nerd of the bunch, and a genius hacker to be honest, but that keeps her nose in her computer round the clock, which is really her happy place. However, their newest job is for Traci Camden, who started a very successful company with h ...more
Pauline Cassie
Dec 04, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In Sweet Vengeance we meet Sunday, Olivia, Melanie and Adeline. Young women brought together in college all of whom have 'nerd' as part of their DNA.

Now they are an elite private investigations firm that can only be contacted through their elusive 'orchid card'. Their mission? To bring abusive men to their knees, using their superior brains to achieve just that! The only thing missing is a 'Charlie', and a Bosley!

Sunday Prescott infiltrates a well established financial institution to work out j
Tara Peters
Dec 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Bo and Sunday were a cute, witty, and headstrong pair. Bo doesn't trust Sunday because he knows that his father has been lying to everyone for awhile. When he sees her at the office, he acts horribly. Sunday has been hired by his mother to look into some fishy things at her company. When Bo and Sunday team up to bring down the culprit, sparks fly. Sunday has never been treated well by men, she is a self proclaimed nerd who doesn't believe she will ever be wanted my a man. Bo is wealthy man, his ...more
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I have been waiting for the Iron Ladies stories and Sunday's story did not disappoint. Who says nerdy girls finish last? Danielle Norman has a way of writing characters that you want to be best friends with and be able to hang out with. Each, beautiful and strong with a fierceness of a "momma bear". Sunday is no wallflower and Bo sets her for a loop. Can she finally find that man of her dreams? Bo while initially an egomaniac turns into a swoony hero worthy of Sunny. I loved this story hard! ~Ci ...more
Dec 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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4.5 stars
Sometimes being a nerd is a good thing. Sunday grew up being invisible until she went to college and met some women who brought her out of her shell. Using her skills as a powerful IT tech, she and her friends formed the Iron Ladies an unknown, referral-based PI business. For their latest job, Sunday is tasked with trying to ascertain what is going on at Traci Camden’s financial investment company as there appear to be some discrepancies. Bo is Traci’s son who not only works for the com
Sissy's Romance Book Review
Sweet Vengeance by Danielle Norman is part of the Iron Orchids /Iron Ladies Series. This is the story of Sunday Prescott and Bennett 'Bo' Camden. I have read the previous book 'Getting Even' and I do feel that helped me to enjoy this one but with that said I do feel you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Sunday is part of a team of women who secretly help other women who have been wronged by their husband, boyfriend or other men in their lives. Sunday and her co-owners have fe ...more
Reading Addict
Dec 08, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sweet Vengeance was a quick, fun Iron Lady story. Sunday is the tech goddess of our group of investigators. It is a stand alone story but I recommend reading Getting Even where we first meet this group of college friends. Traci Camden comes to the Orchids looking for information regarding her husband. He's been secretive and she suspects that not only is he cheating on her but doing some very shady business that will hurt the investment firm that they own and their only son works at. Bo Camden a ...more
Pam Guynn
Dec 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review*

The Iron Ladies is a detective agency that help woman out of difficult situations and by handing off a purple card is the only way you can reach them. Sandy Prescott is a tech guru who is hired to help investigate what is going on at Camden Industries.

Bo Camden thinks that she is having an affair with his father but when he really know why she is there, he wants to be involved in the investigation. If you like strong women who are equal to
Sarah Dale
I absolutely love this series from Danielle Norman. I loved these brilliantly Strong, sassy, intelligent women she brings us and pairs them with hot, sexy strong alpha males that compliment them perfectly.

This one features Sunday Prescott who is the computer genius of the Iron Orchids. She is normally very happy to sit in the background and let the others take the lead and spotlight. Bennett (Bo) Camden is definitely a hot alpha male, raised in a wealthy family he is used to wielding power and
Becky Wise
Dec 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I can't get enough of Danielle Normans books. I'm so in love with all the different Iron Orchids/Iron Ladies series. If you haven't read anything by Danielle Norman then you are missing out on some amazing books. I love Sunny and her nerdy ways. Nerdy is the new sexy and Sunny proves that as she takes down her clients husband with her team of ladies. You can't overlook her chemistry with her clients son Camden. Camden is smart and he knows something is up with his family company. I love how he h ...more
Jackie Ziegler
Dec 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The ladies are hired to help Mrs. Camden find out what her husband is up to.. Money is disappearing from the company and she has no clue why. Sunday is the key person for this job, she maybe a nerd but she will figure it all out. When she meets Mrs. Camden son he is nothing but rude to her but she doesn't think he is part of the deception, or is he?

Bo knows his dad is up to something and he is trying to figure it out. . Contracts are being forged, money is missing and he knows its not mom. When
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