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Deadly Deals (Sisterhood) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2010
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Rachel visits lawyer Lizzie Fox though she cannot afford the fee. The attorney contacts the vigilante Sisterhood who learning of the baby-selling ring scheme and come to Washington to bring rightness to the madness even as a snowstorm hits the city.
Long time die hardest fans will fully relish the latest escapades as the crew still wait several books for their pardons, but keep doing good deeds; newcomers will find it difficult to grasp how the Sisterhood got to this point and less than devout faithful will question why one more. Still the ensemble vigilantes are solid, the angst of the Dawson duet powerful, and the activity of Mr. Wonderful and his baby selling insidious. Overall this is an enjoyable White Christmas in DC with the Sisterhood saga.
When Rachel and her husband Thomas had no luck they decided to adopt and were thrilled although shocked when the brought home twins. What could be better news they were now the proud parents of a boy and girl until there world was shattered when they got a letter from the laywer saying the surrogate mother wanted the twins back. Having nobody to turn to after speaking to lawyers who said they did not have a chance of keeping the babies against her husbands wishes she takes a chance and visits Nancy Barnes the new office manager of the law firm owned by Nikki Quinn. Nancy is upset and promises to do everything in her power to help the Thomas's keep there twins.
Barron Bell was the atorney who handled the adoption and Donna Davis was the surrogate mother. Mr. Squeaky clean only helped set up the adoptions and then stepped out of the picture and let Adel Newsom a Lizzi Fox wannabe would do the dirty work.
The sisterhood has helped all kind of children and people in different situations and as always there are some surprises that one wont expect along the way but I found this to be the most touching and wonderful challenge the sisters have ever taken a must read for sisterhood lovers.
If you have not read it go out and get it today a great read and perfect for when you are in on these cold days.
The dialogues were sooo bad (sophomoric at best); almost felt like a high school writing class gone wrong. Previous Sisterhood books were okay, light reads but as the series gets longer and longer the books get sillier and sillier.
Sorry I spent the $$ to buy and the time to read - Just a bid YUCK
First time in my Kindle experience that I feel I was ripped off. Don't waste your money.
For the next one I hope she gives a few a vacation -- a long one. The dialogue between Harry and Jack is so repetitive it reads like a record needle stuck in a grove.
Nash Black, author of Indie finalists WRITING AS A SMALL BUSINESS and HAINTS.
This may work for some readers, but it didn't keep my interest!
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I love the Sisterhood series and am reading the series for the second time. Thank you for rich characters, creative storylines and a long series that stays with us forever. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dale Morris
Love the Sisterhood series by Fern Michaels. Even though you know their type of Punishment will fit the crime, it's always a surprise at how they get their victim to give them the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love the books of Fern Michaels. Always wonderful suspense and surprises in her books.Published 2 months ago by Doris Cook