FREE FALL FELL FLAT — A REVIEW

The Sisterhood is comprised of a group of women who have banded together to avenge the wrongs of those near and dear to them. In this series, I have enjoyed reading about and cheering on the women whose loyalty and smarts help them achieve their goals.

In Free Fall: Sisterhood Series #7 (The Sisterhood), one of their own, Yoko Akia, seeks to avenge her mother who was only fifteen when a wealthy man swept her off her feet with promises of love. Instead, he brought her a life of horror and eventual death. However, the target of this particular vengeance is America’s favorite movie star. But when the sisters join together to find his Achilles heel, they discover a lot more than they had bargained for. Mister Perfect is full of evil.

Watching the characters set up their plot in the War Room of the Virginia farmhouse is part of the fun, and following the characters’ antics as they zero in on Mr. Not-So-Perfect makes this tale a page-turning event.

However, having read some of the other books in the series, I found that this one seemed to lack that special something. Perhaps everything fell into place a little too easily for me. When everything seems to go awry at one point, the obstacles just fell away much too smoothly. Yes, I was happy about how things turned out, but it just didn’t seem plausible to me. Therefore, four stars for this one.

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