The women of the Sisterhood are united by their mission to help those unable to help themselves. But now they’ve encountered opponents who share a unique bond of their own. The law firm of Queen, King, Bishop & Rook—the Chessmen—has been a formidable force in Washington, D.C., for decades. And Sisterhood member Nikki Quinn’s new case has made her their prime target.
Nikki has agreed to represent Livinia Lambert as she files for divorce from her domineering, greedy husband, Wilson “Buzz” Lambert. Buzz, currently Speaker of the House, fears the scandal will scupper his presidential plans, and intends to make life extremely difficult for Livinia—with the Chessmen’s help. The Chessmen may play dirty, but the Sisterhood play smart. For too long, the Chessmen have believed themselves above the law they pretend to serve, but there’s no statute of limitations on the Sisterhood’s particular brand of justice—or their loyalty.
Crash and Burn wasn’t the best that Michaels has written but I always enjoy the family aspect that this series has always captured. Its fun, its slightly adventurous but its mostly the cameos, the heart and the love that I appreciate about this book most.
There isn’t much to say about the story over all because the “bad guy” element felt a little meh to me once everything was said and done and didn’t really have the excitement that the first books of this series captured but I liked my time with the sisters and their men.
Crash and Burn is the 27th book in the Sisterhood series.
Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Krissy’s Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from the publisher via Netgalley.
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