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The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Now in their 29th adventure, the Sisterhood team up to find a gifted but neglected child the home he deserves. Isabel The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Now in their 29th adventure, the Sisterhood team up to find a gifted but neglected child the home he deserves. Isabelle Flanders Tookus isn't expecting to involve the Sisterhood in a new mission when she strikes up a friendship with a curly-haired boy in her local park. Ben Ryan is eight years old, sweet, funny, and smarter than most adults--a child genius, in fact. He's also in much deeper danger than he realizes. Ben is the grandson of millionaire Eleanor Lymen, who hired Izzy years ago to design an institute for gifted children. Ben's mother passed away and Ben now lives with his stepfather, Connor, and Connor's wife, Natalie. Yet as Izzy soon learns, Ben's home life is far from happy. Connor and Natalie are constantly fighting. They've been using Ben's trust fund to support their lavish lifestyle while shamefully neglecting Ben. And with Natalie getting greedy, Ben's safety is now in jeopardy. Izzy's first step: call in the Sisterhood. The second: track down Eleanor, who has mysteriously vanished on a secret mission of her own, trying to right an old wrong. Izzy, Annie, Myra, and the rest of the Sisters come together at Pinewood, thrilled to be united once more. Together they'll lay a trap for Natalie and Connor, one that will protect Eleanor's beloved grandson, get him into the happy home he deserves, and provide the kind of creative, satisfying payback the Sisters dish out so well...


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The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Now in their 29th adventure, the Sisterhood team up to find a gifted but neglected child the home he deserves. Isabel The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Now in their 29th adventure, the Sisterhood team up to find a gifted but neglected child the home he deserves. Isabelle Flanders Tookus isn't expecting to involve the Sisterhood in a new mission when she strikes up a friendship with a curly-haired boy in her local park. Ben Ryan is eight years old, sweet, funny, and smarter than most adults--a child genius, in fact. He's also in much deeper danger than he realizes. Ben is the grandson of millionaire Eleanor Lymen, who hired Izzy years ago to design an institute for gifted children. Ben's mother passed away and Ben now lives with his stepfather, Connor, and Connor's wife, Natalie. Yet as Izzy soon learns, Ben's home life is far from happy. Connor and Natalie are constantly fighting. They've been using Ben's trust fund to support their lavish lifestyle while shamefully neglecting Ben. And with Natalie getting greedy, Ben's safety is now in jeopardy. Izzy's first step: call in the Sisterhood. The second: track down Eleanor, who has mysteriously vanished on a secret mission of her own, trying to right an old wrong. Izzy, Annie, Myra, and the rest of the Sisters come together at Pinewood, thrilled to be united once more. Together they'll lay a trap for Natalie and Connor, one that will protect Eleanor's beloved grandson, get him into the happy home he deserves, and provide the kind of creative, satisfying payback the Sisters dish out so well...

30 review for Safe and Sound

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan R

    Maybe I am not meant to read this series.... While the idea of a group of strong women righting wrongs is appealing in the abstract, it comes across as unrealistic in this book. The violence at the end was more than a bit over the top. The frequent use of the phrase "safe and sound" became annoying by the third time. Maybe I am not meant to read this series.... While the idea of a group of strong women righting wrongs is appealing in the abstract, it comes across as unrealistic in this book. The violence at the end was more than a bit over the top. The frequent use of the phrase "safe and sound" became annoying by the third time.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shawn

    This has been one of my favorite Sisterhood books in awhile. I could not put it down. I wish they would have dealt with the step mom just a little different but I love how they had the 8 year old boy be such a big part of the story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melike

    Easy and quick read, i was not too enamored with the story though.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    It has been ages and ages since I've read a Fern Michael's Book. It was like coming home and the books are very comforting and bringing peace after working through some very difficult times. Great Story!!! The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Isabelle Flanders Tookus isn’t expec It has been ages and ages since I've read a Fern Michael's Book. It was like coming home and the books are very comforting and bringing peace after working through some very difficult times. Great Story!!! The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Isabelle Flanders Tookus isn’t expecting to involve the Sisterhood in a new mission when she strikes up a friendship with a curly-haired boy in her local park. Ben Ryan is an eight-year-old child genius, the grandson of millionaire Eleanor Lymen, who hired Izzy years ago to design an institute for gifted children. Ben’s mother passed away and Ben now lives with his stepfather, Connor, and Connor’s wife, Natalie. They’ve been using Ben’s trust fund to support their lavish lifestyle while shamefully neglecting Ben. And with Natalie getting greedy, Ben’s safety is now in jeopardy. Izzy’s first step: call in the Sisterhood. The second: track down Eleanor, who has mysteriously vanished on a secret mission of her own. Izzy, Annie, Myra, and the rest of the Sisters come together at Pinewood, thrilled to be united once more. Together they’ll lay a trap for Natalie and Connor, one that will protect Eleanor’s beloved grandson, get him into the happy home he deserves, and provide the kind of creative, satisfying payback the Sisters dish out so well . . . I highly recommend this book. It's really good and has some very interesting plot twists that make it extra good.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    It was ok - a little rushed to finish I felt and not quite the plot of some of the other sisters books. Easy read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    SA

    Another Sisterhood book. I read all the first Sisterhood books, which helped me appreciate/understand the backstory of this book, which was largely unmentioned. For the most part, even thought the basic subject matter was dark, the story itself was light and an easy, quick read. I may just be too old and too jaded now, for these books. It seemed that everyone was too nice. The ending seemed rushed and left a lot unanswered. I understand that the author, I'm sure, was under a time deadline and po Another Sisterhood book. I read all the first Sisterhood books, which helped me appreciate/understand the backstory of this book, which was largely unmentioned. For the most part, even thought the basic subject matter was dark, the story itself was light and an easy, quick read. I may just be too old and too jaded now, for these books. It seemed that everyone was too nice. The ending seemed rushed and left a lot unanswered. I understand that the author, I'm sure, was under a time deadline and possibly a page limit deadline, but a lot of the other characters that may have enriched the story line were missing. Ms Michaels' are always a pleasant read, I have enjoyed them for many years and will continue to do so. She is one author, that I will pick up her books without even reading the blurbs on the back. She has an easy writing style, I know what I am getting when I pick up her books. I read this book in two days. I have many unread books, that I could have put this down to read instead. If one has not read any of the Sisterhood books, one can still read this and enjoy the story line. Please note, I won this book and am under no obligation for a review. Thank you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sara Jane

    I’ve read one other book in the series, but I don’t remember that the punishment was so violent at the end. It was a fairly light read and I appreciate the interest in Ben, but I can’t quite reconcile the violence the the women. I may or may not read any others in the series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amy Ingalls

    I won this book in a giveaway. I have only read 2 other books in this series, and they weren't sequential, so I had a little trouble differentiating between the sisters-- they were just names to me since I didn't know their backstories or how they came to be part of this. I think knowing more about them would have increased my enjoyment and understanding. I absolutely loved Ben, and thought his character was charming and well written. The book had an easy flow to it, making it a quick read. I di I won this book in a giveaway. I have only read 2 other books in this series, and they weren't sequential, so I had a little trouble differentiating between the sisters-- they were just names to me since I didn't know their backstories or how they came to be part of this. I think knowing more about them would have increased my enjoyment and understanding. I absolutely loved Ben, and thought his character was charming and well written. The book had an easy flow to it, making it a quick read. I didn't like what they did at the very end-- (view spoiler)[ burning her feet was a bit extreme (hide spoiler)] . I get that they are vigilantes but this behavior seemed unnecessary since they had already won.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Quick easy read — enjoyed it

  10. 5 out of 5

    Debbie W Wesley

    Great Always love reading and being engrossed about the Sisterhood. Live way they always have the power of togetherness and toughness! Bens story had me crying, mad, and happy.. I wanted be with Izzy, Myra and the others in punishing the stepparents.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Veda

    Another sisterhood winner. This book was dealing with the young, elderly, the greedy, mental illness, genius. It had a little bit of everything, and I loved it all. The love, trust of a child, intelligent beyond his years, remembering what he had learned in the past, and wanted in the future.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    A quick read. The level of violence at the end of the book turned me off. I won’t be reading any others in this series. The overall idea of fixing wrong doings is fine, but the cold hearted implementation of the group’s idea of justice was appalling..

  13. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis

    Getting close to the end of my need for fluff (at least temporarily). My knee is getting better and the pain is lessening so I can probably handle more. Haven't read any Fern Michaels for a long time. I always remember the race horse series where a love interest "makes my ears hot" and have thought about that sensation many times. Getting close to the end of my need for fluff (at least temporarily). My knee is getting better and the pain is lessening so I can probably handle more. Haven't read any Fern Michaels for a long time. I always remember the race horse series where a love interest "makes my ears hot" and have thought about that sensation many times.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Linda Walters

    I have to say this book has to be one of my all time favorites by this author in this series. Of course, you know that little boy Ben had a lot to do with that. That little eight year old boy ran away with our hearts, right? And it turned Izzy and ALL of her "sisters" into fierce mama bears doing whatever it took to protect him. Ben wasn't only a book smart genius but he had some pretty good street smarts too! And boy did he need them. It was great is see the gang all together again although the I have to say this book has to be one of my all time favorites by this author in this series. Of course, you know that little boy Ben had a lot to do with that. That little eight year old boy ran away with our hearts, right? And it turned Izzy and ALL of her "sisters" into fierce mama bears doing whatever it took to protect him. Ben wasn't only a book smart genius but he had some pretty good street smarts too! And boy did he need them. It was great is see the gang all together again although the guys were off on their own mission. So a lot of their usual support isn't there for them but there is a few people to help. But it's mainly the sisterhood in this mission. There were a few surprises in the story and a heartwarming ending. And of course, the evil doers do get dealt with. There is a bit of twist there too which I wasn't expecting.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Linda Smatzny

    Another short Sisterhood book. This time Isabelle Flanders Tookus is the lead on this as she befriends a little boy , aged 8, who is super smart. He is the grandson of Eleanor Lymen who Isabelle worked for years earlier. The little boy, Ben, asks Izzy to find his grandmother as he has not seen nor heard from her in six months. When Ben hears the woman married to his adoptive father threaten to kill him, he runs away and contacts Izzy. The sisterhood responds and protects Ben. None of the men are Another short Sisterhood book. This time Isabelle Flanders Tookus is the lead on this as she befriends a little boy , aged 8, who is super smart. He is the grandson of Eleanor Lymen who Isabelle worked for years earlier. The little boy, Ben, asks Izzy to find his grandmother as he has not seen nor heard from her in six months. When Ben hears the woman married to his adoptive father threaten to kill him, he runs away and contacts Izzy. The sisterhood responds and protects Ben. None of the men are involved since they are away on a mission. The book was a very quick easy read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Another great adventure from Fern Michaels. the "Sisters", dedicated to helping others out of dangerous situations rescue an 8-year-old genius whos life is in danger. Well written and will hold your interest to the last page! Another great adventure from Fern Michaels. the "Sisters", dedicated to helping others out of dangerous situations rescue an 8-year-old genius whos life is in danger. Well written and will hold your interest to the last page!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marianne K. Benvenuti

    An easy read as all of Fern Michaels books are. Thank goodness for the sisters! The only problem I have is at the end when the Sisters mete their own punishment on the abusers. Too over-the-top and unnecessary for my liking

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dianne McCorcle

    The book was just ok. Don’t care for the violence at the end.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Madi

    Do. Not. Read. The story started off benign enough, perhaps a bit unexciting and rather too detailed, but I carried on with the story to see what happens with the kid. So in the first few chapters, the main character (who, for some reason, is not the kid) gets drunk, sleeps a few days and for a couple more chapters constantly drinks coffee with her friend. The kid's situation worsens so he runs away and the girls exageratedly assemble in a war room to concoct some master plan, a super secret one. Do. Not. Read. The story started off benign enough, perhaps a bit unexciting and rather too detailed, but I carried on with the story to see what happens with the kid. So in the first few chapters, the main character (who, for some reason, is not the kid) gets drunk, sleeps a few days and for a couple more chapters constantly drinks coffee with her friend. The kid's situation worsens so he runs away and the girls exageratedly assemble in a war room to concoct some master plan, a super secret one. For the next few chapters - and I'm not even kidding - the story of the kid running away is told at least three times in between characters. That takes up almost half of the book or at least what feels like it. The girls set out do something (I forgot, that's how interesting it was) while the evil step parents are away, but when their plan to get them out of the house fails, the girls simply decide to beat them. That's right, all this masterplan of theirs is reduced to a couple of punches (two, if I remember correctly) and even more horrible deeds. They then make it clear they have no remorse. Allrighty then. There were two poor attempts at character development: - Eleanor trying to mend a horrible mistake that could have scarred her beloved grandson for life. - Connor trying to look like a redeemed villain, but is actually just a wuss who admits to everything AFTER he is caught. Both Isabelle's group of firends and Eleanor's are practically undistinguishable for each other. There may have been more development on them in earlier books, but that's still no excuse to cram up so many characters if they're not going to do much and be underrepresented. One of the girls is depicted as often agressive, another one appears to always be eating or thinking of it and Isabelle is praised for her professional and mystery-solving skills, whereas in the only scenes where we get to know her she's presented as very stupid, ignorant and, at best, immature. It also bugged me that Eleanor was sometimes reffered to as Ellie by the narrating voice. Let other characters use pet names, the author should have discovered after making 22 books that you can also use pronouns or "the woman" to refer to someone if you don't want to repeat their name too often. Other than that, some tones, words and expressions were severely overused. Not only "safe and sound", but also "take the show on the road", "boy, it sure is" and others. I was considering giving it two stars for having been relatively feel-good for the first half or so of the book, but the above mistakes reduce this book to utter junk. I'm not curious to read any of the other books in the series nor by the same author.

  20. 5 out of 5

    J

    I have loved the sisterhood books and this is another one. What I like about them is each one is different so each one is a fresh look at the story. This story is about Ben, an 8-year-old boy. Boy did he have a lot to deal with? He and Izzy met at the park and would meet up every week. She gave him her business card just in case he wanted to contact her. The day came that he did and the story picks up from there. One of my favorite parts was when Izzy would keep say or reminding herself that he w I have loved the sisterhood books and this is another one. What I like about them is each one is different so each one is a fresh look at the story. This story is about Ben, an 8-year-old boy. Boy did he have a lot to deal with? He and Izzy met at the park and would meet up every week. She gave him her business card just in case he wanted to contact her. The day came that he did and the story picks up from there. One of my favorite parts was when Izzy would keep say or reminding herself that he was only 8 years old. I did have te keep reminding myself of that fact too. There is nothing more satisfying than the sisterhood brand of justice and when it came, I cheered. After that, Ben's life turned around and it was so uplifting. Ben made me laugh and cry. He was just such an amazing boy, even though he was 8 he never seemed to be a little boy, he was so grown up. Fern Michaels knows how to write and bring her readers into the story to feel all the emotions. The book has so much adventure, with the family dynamics, it also helps us to understand what someone with such a high IQ goes through and most of all it brings the reader to an understanding of things they probably never even thought about. Another wonderful book by Fern Michaels.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    Safe and sound This book is about a 8 yrs old child who was born to a woman who was sick . Her family claim she was insane . Diana was a millionaire with an IQ unimaginable she met and this man who love her world without end but she was not in love with him, so they split. His heart was broken so he finish his doctorate degree and became a mobile doctor. Diana went to the bank one day and was accidentally shot leaving her nother with this 4 yr old boy, but because he was married to Connor the gra Safe and sound This book is about a 8 yrs old child who was born to a woman who was sick . Her family claim she was insane . Diana was a millionaire with an IQ unimaginable she met and this man who love her world without end but she was not in love with him, so they split. His heart was broken so he finish his doctorate degree and became a mobile doctor. Diana went to the bank one day and was accidentally shot leaving her nother with this 4 yr old boy, but because he was married to Connor the grandma lost custody of him because his step father went out and married Natalie just to get Ben,s money. They treated Ben so bad he had to wash his clothes and take care of himself. Natalie took all his money and did she shop. Anyways Ben heard Natalie telling Connor she is going to kill Ben to get her meal ticket so Ben ran away. But Ben did make friend with Izzy from the sisterhood. So the grandma who get rid of Diana boyfriend saying he was no good for her daughter went on a road trip to find him to get custody of Ben. Wow the story is very interesting and emotional you will love it read my friends . Love it

  22. 4 out of 5

    Terri Gilbert

    This is the second sisterhood book I've read. Although the basic plot and pacing are fine, there's limited character development and weak dialogue. Honestly, the book could use some editing. One sentence said something about a character "wanting to take a bathroom in her bathroom." At several other points, the sisters would inform others of their progress on the case in a way that repeated exactly what was narrated on the previous page. The book just wasn't very well written. Ben is an 8 year old This is the second sisterhood book I've read. Although the basic plot and pacing are fine, there's limited character development and weak dialogue. Honestly, the book could use some editing. One sentence said something about a character "wanting to take a bathroom in her bathroom." At several other points, the sisters would inform others of their progress on the case in a way that repeated exactly what was narrated on the previous page. The book just wasn't very well written. Ben is an 8 year old super genius. His mother is dead and stepfather and new stepmother only want his money. Ben receives $12,000 from his grandmother every month for living expensives. Totally believable, right? Ben's grandmother has disappeared and so has the money. Ben runs away and the sisters get involved. The sisters are a group of women whose job it is "to fix things." In this case they literally burn the stepmother's feet and destroy six pair of very expensive shoes to avenge the bad treatment Ben received. After smacking her around a little. I don't remember the first book being so cheesy.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Lewis

    This story is one of best ones yet of the Sisterhood. I loved little Ben. A kid genius who has has a rough life. His mother has died, and his stepfather and his new wife have taken him from his grandmother to gain access to Ben's trust fund. Ben isn't mistreated, just left to fend for himself and neglected. Ben befriends Isabelle Flanders Tookus (one of the sisters of the Sisterhood) in the park and find out that she knows his grandmother, Eleanor Lyman. Isabelle tells Ben she is there for him if This story is one of best ones yet of the Sisterhood. I loved little Ben. A kid genius who has has a rough life. His mother has died, and his stepfather and his new wife have taken him from his grandmother to gain access to Ben's trust fund. Ben isn't mistreated, just left to fend for himself and neglected. Ben befriends Isabelle Flanders Tookus (one of the sisters of the Sisterhood) in the park and find out that she knows his grandmother, Eleanor Lyman. Isabelle tells Ben she is there for him if ever he needs help. Ben is missing his grandmother, who has gone missing for 6 months along with her 2 best friends. His grandmother is on a mission to right a wrong she did....bu finding Ben's biological father, Dr. Jonathan Philbran. Things get bad at home and he decides to run away and contact Isabelle for help. Isabeille has asked the Sisterhood to help, and their mission begins. Well done, Fern Michaels! Love this book!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bmounier

    This is my first (and last) Fern Michaels. So I don’t know about The Sisterhood back story or what they do. I found the characters shallow and stereotyped to the extreme while the plots are simplistic and overly explained, the tone overly sugary. I was already going to give the book a no-thanks review when I was flabbergasted to reach a scene of physical torture! Apparently, this Sisterhood are vigilantes who consider it ok to take justice into their own hands and flippantly use torture as payba This is my first (and last) Fern Michaels. So I don’t know about The Sisterhood back story or what they do. I found the characters shallow and stereotyped to the extreme while the plots are simplistic and overly explained, the tone overly sugary. I was already going to give the book a no-thanks review when I was flabbergasted to reach a scene of physical torture! Apparently, this Sisterhood are vigilantes who consider it ok to take justice into their own hands and flippantly use torture as payback to the Bad Guys (who are so totally bad it’s just irritating). That was the last straw and I put the book down. I don’t condone torture, even on “bad girls” and even though I had only one or two chapters left, I no longer had any interest in finishing the book. I know what the sugary end will be anyway. Were no other readers shocked and appalled? Do all the readers who rated it highly on Amazon, calling it “cute” and “fun”, consider it quite ok to casually torture someone??

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bob

    When a Isabel (Izzy) member of the sisterhood befriends an 8 year boy she discovers that he is a student at n elite private school for which she was the architect and that he was due to graduate from college in a few months. She further learned that he was the grandson of the woman who started the school and was a friend of hers. It develops that the grandmother has been missing along with two of her friend for several months and through a loss at court the boys stepfather has obtained custody o When a Isabel (Izzy) member of the sisterhood befriends an 8 year boy she discovers that he is a student at n elite private school for which she was the architect and that he was due to graduate from college in a few months. She further learned that he was the grandson of the woman who started the school and was a friend of hers. It develops that the grandmother has been missing along with two of her friend for several months and through a loss at court the boys stepfather has obtained custody of the boy and he and his new wife have eyes on the boys and his late mother's fortune and have little care for the boy. When the boy over hears is "parents" threatening his life, he makes a run for Izzy and she involves the Sisterhood in the project of righting the wrong as they are wont to do. A good read, I like this series by Michaels.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennice Mckillop

    This is such an easy and enjoyable read. The Sisterhood is a group of women who brings about changes when they learn of situations that need change. They have influence and knowledge and daring. And they R good souls. One of them meets an 8yo boy, a genius, who’s living with an awful stepmother and a wussy adopted father, and she learns about his poor life, even though his family is filthy rich. The Sisterhood takes care of things. It’s a thrilling story and what makes it so is the boy, who in n This is such an easy and enjoyable read. The Sisterhood is a group of women who brings about changes when they learn of situations that need change. They have influence and knowledge and daring. And they R good souls. One of them meets an 8yo boy, a genius, who’s living with an awful stepmother and a wussy adopted father, and she learns about his poor life, even though his family is filthy rich. The Sisterhood takes care of things. It’s a thrilling story and what makes it so is the boy, who in no way acted like a victim. He’s a genius, remember. The end of this story shows justice with a bit of “fire to the feet” of the stepmother which I felt was a bit too much, but nevertheless, quite enjoyable.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    The girls of the Sisterhood have a new case. An eight-year-old child prodigy has run away fom home after hearing his step-parents talk about doing away with him. He has a trust fund and they want it but his grandmother took action to prevent that from happening. Since he was legally adopted by his step-father, all monies would go to him upon the boy’s death. The boy ran to his friend Isabelle Tookus for safety. The Sisterhood is livid when they hear the boy’s story and vow vengeance on the two s The girls of the Sisterhood have a new case. An eight-year-old child prodigy has run away fom home after hearing his step-parents talk about doing away with him. He has a trust fund and they want it but his grandmother took action to prevent that from happening. Since he was legally adopted by his step-father, all monies would go to him upon the boy’s death. The boy ran to his friend Isabelle Tookus for safety. The Sisterhood is livid when they hear the boy’s story and vow vengeance on the two step-parents. The book did not say what happened to Natalie, the step-mother. She got torture that was deserved but where did they send her?

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    The brains of the family Oh the sisters are back with a vengeance. I have missed them. This time their case starts with Izzy and a eight year old boy, named Ben. Ben is a young boy with a IQ that is off the charts. It has taken awhile, but they have become friends. Izzy feels there is something wrong and gives him her card, in case he ever needs her. Ben is adopted and has been taken away from his grandmother and his adopted parents are bad. Ben overheard them talking about getting rid of him, he The brains of the family Oh the sisters are back with a vengeance. I have missed them. This time their case starts with Izzy and a eight year old boy, named Ben. Ben is a young boy with a IQ that is off the charts. It has taken awhile, but they have become friends. Izzy feels there is something wrong and gives him her card, in case he ever needs her. Ben is adopted and has been taken away from his grandmother and his adopted parents are bad. Ben overheard them talking about getting rid of him, hence a phone call to Izzy and a call to arms for the sisterhood. Never disappointed in how they handle a case, to right a wrong.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    As always Fern Michaels has a hit in her hands with this one. When Izzy meets a new friend she has no idea that it will lead to such an amazing relationship. Her secret lunches with this handsome man has her happy and worrying at the same time. When his safety becomes an issue she has to call in the sisters to keep him safe and dole out their special kind of punishment. In this new episode of the sisterhood we meet a wonderful little boy and his grandmother who will stop at nothing to so the right As always Fern Michaels has a hit in her hands with this one. When Izzy meets a new friend she has no idea that it will lead to such an amazing relationship. Her secret lunches with this handsome man has her happy and worrying at the same time. When his safety becomes an issue she has to call in the sisters to keep him safe and dole out their special kind of punishment. In this new episode of the sisterhood we meet a wonderful little boy and his grandmother who will stop at nothing to so the right thing. And when you have the sisterhood on your side you cannot fail.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Farrell Elliott

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a nice and fast read. However nowhere on the book did it say it was part of a series, yet continuously throughout the book there was references to things that were never talked about in the book that just had me lost. It is obviously part of a series, so it would have been nice to know before I bought it. I would have read the previous books before this one so I wouldn't be so lost. And that ending.....wow. the sisters came off as so nice and sweet and then they beat a woman up and litera It was a nice and fast read. However nowhere on the book did it say it was part of a series, yet continuously throughout the book there was references to things that were never talked about in the book that just had me lost. It is obviously part of a series, so it would have been nice to know before I bought it. I would have read the previous books before this one so I wouldn't be so lost. And that ending.....wow. the sisters came off as so nice and sweet and then they beat a woman up and literally put a burning torch to her feet!?! So messed up.

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