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10 thoughts on “Hot Shot

  1. says:

    On order at Library already Placed on hold March 1st 2019 Hot Shot Expected publication August 27th 2019 Reading the Men of the Sisterhood after book 29 of the Sisterhood series Finished previous books June 26, 2019 Must read the series in order Love, Love this series Highly recommend to those that enjoy Fast reads, Some romance, crime suspense, mystery suspense, chic lit n romance n drama, humor, action packed suspense romance, mf Started reading Fern Michaels in 2018 As I write this review I m up to book 26 March 1st 2019 Must begin with book and read them in order to understand all of the people that come into the Sisterhood and when the men start coming into it Love the changes of the Post and how everyone works together around the table Nothing gets discussed at the dinner table but only in the war room Romances develop, marriages happen, p...

  2. says:

    3.6 Fern Michael s always writes such fun stories..maybe fun s not the wordlikable is better suited The Sisterhood is my favorite..but The Men of the Sisterhood is coming into its own I enjoy the got ya at the end of these books Maggie was my favorite character in...

  3. says:

    I usually like Fern Michaels and this series but I did not care for this one about half way through when it got to the dark web It was just a bit to much for what is usually a quick page turning read I usually like the suspense and the twists and...

  4. says:

    Usually really enjoy this series however, this story did not receive the higher ratings I normally give It was just hard to understand how all this came together and why the antagonist took the actions he did Felt unfulfilled at the end 4 out of 10.

  5. says:

    Love the women the men who have their own stories Outcomes are predictable but stories are not Have read every one of their books Punishment is brutal but considering what they did, still brutal Are they stooping to the perpetrators level, maybe I liked it Entertaining

  6. says:

    I enjoyed the book and how all the men and Maggie came together to right a wrong I fell said for all the people killed at Happy Village because of the greed.

  7. says:

    Loved it

  8. says:

    A real page turner Love this series The bad guy always looses big

  9. says:

    Love the Sisterhood and The Men of the Sisterhood series Love Cyrus the dog

  10. says:

    I usually like Michaels books but this one was horrible

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Hot Shot The Sisterhood A Group Of Women Bound By Friendship And A Quest For Justice Now Their Male Allies, The Men Of The Sisterhood, Have Formed A Top Secret Organization Of Their Own, With The Same Goal Of Helping The Helpless And Righting The Wrongs Of The World.Loyalty Is A Way Of Life For The Sisterhood And Their Significant Others When Lawyer Lizzie Fox S Husband, Cosmo Cricket, Is Left Critically Injured After Being Shot By An Unknown Assailant, The Men Of BOLO Consultants Head Straight For Las Vegas To Comfort Lizzie And To Uncover A Dangerous Enemy In The City Of Sin.As Head Of Nevada S Gaming Commission, Cosmo Has Powerful Enemies Yet The Shooting Seems To Be Related To One Of His Private Projects Built In The Desert Outside Las Vegas, Happy Village Is A Flourishing Community For Seniors Who Have Lost A Spouse Cosmo S Widowed Father Found New Purpose In Running The Venture But The Neighborhood That S Now Home To Happy Village Was Once Run By Rival Gangs, A Complicated Past That Has Come To Haunt The Place Jack, Harry, And The Rest Of The Crew Need To Remove The Threat, Risking Everything To Take On A Vicious And Mysterious Gang Leader Known Only As Hot Shot And While The Men Of The Sisterhood Fight For Justice For Their Friend, Cosmo Is Fighting For His Life And The Stakes Have Never Been Higher.

  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Hot Shot
  • Fern Michaels
  • 01 March 2017
  • 9781420146028

About the Author: Fern Michaels

Fern Michaels isn t a person I m not sure she s an entity either since an entity is something with separate existence Fern Michaels is what I DO Me, Mary Ruth Kuczkir Growing up in Hastings, Pennsylvania, I was called Ruth I became Mary when I entered the business world where first names were the order of the day To this day, family and friends call me Dink, a name my father gave me when I