Sunday, March 26, 2017


In Plain Sight (Sisterhood Book 25) by [Michaels, Fern]

For years Myra Rutledge and Annie de Silva, founding members of the Sisterhood, have funded an underground network run by former Supreme Court Justice Pearl Barnes to help women escape abusive relationships. When two of Pearl’s clients fail to report for their weekly check-in, the Sisterhood and their allies begin a search for French model Amalie Laurent and her one-time maid, Rosalee Muno. Amalie’s estranged husband, Lincoln Moss, is a distant cousin of the President of the United States and one of his closest advisers. Moss’s power is matched by the violent streak he hides from the world, and he beat Amalie viciously until she finally escaped with her maid’s help. Moss is accustomed to doing exactly what he wants without fear of consequence. But Moss has never faced an adversary like the Sisterhood…AMAZON  4 STARS

As the book starts out, Pearl is in a panic. The sisterhood had helped her before and it looks like things just got dangerous for everyone in underground railroad and Pearl. She's going to need the sisters help again but they aren't budging unless she gives up some valuable information on the network. Like one of the sisters said, how can we help you with minimal information and you blocking us part of the way? If she can't trust the sisters who can she trust? Things are going to have to change in order for the network to get even better. Good points.
Even the dogs who belong to the sisterhood and their extended "families" are unique and have skills.
Two new members to the family. Interesting slant on the punishment for the villain before they were able to wipe out his finances.

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