Fast Track

From Mary Quirindongo
author: Michaels,Fern
Fast Track
Another great book in the sisterhood series. A year has gone by since the girls banded together to right the wrongs that have gone on. This time mysterious visitors come and hire them to fix a problem with the World Bank. If they succeed they will be rewarded beyond their wildest dreams. Money that they want to donate to abused spouses and children.As soon as their mission starts they run into problems. In the course of their adventures, the women have learned that when friends band together miracles can happen.

West with the Night

From Catherine Costanzo
author: Marhkam, Beryl
West with the Night
This was a very interesting non-fiction book about Beryl Markham who lived most of her life in Africa.  She grew up learning how to train racehorses — and later on learned to fly.  She used to fly safari hunters to different places within Africa — and attempted to be the first person to fly from England to the US.  Interesting reading especially if you have ever been to any of the places she mentions in Africa — or have any familiarity with Denis Finch Hatton or Baron Blixen.

Claire Voyant

From Elaine Pasquali
author: Rosenberg, Saralee
Claire Voyant
This book is both funny and fun to read.  The story is set in Plainview, L.I. and Miami, so readers will be able to identify landmarks, like the Plalinview Diner. Despite her light and frothy writing style, Rosenberg raises some thought-provoking questions about adoption, destiny, life after death, and after death communication.  In fact, she poses some “Hot Topics for Book Discussions” at the end of the book.  What I found amazing was that I was contemplating some of these questions while reading a book I would characterize as “light reading.”  Talk about a spoon full of sugar making the medicine go down!

Hokus Pokus

From Mary Quirindongo
author: Michaels,Fern
Hokus Pokus
The girls must once again come out of hiding to help a friend in need. This time it is Supreme Court Chief Justice Pearl Barnes who is being
blackmailed for her own illegal brand of justice. Once again reporters Ted Robinson and Maggie Spritzer are hot on the sisterhood trail trying to find out what it is that the sisterhood is doing for Chief Justice Barnes. Don’t forget to start the series with Weekend Warriors. Read all  twenty books.

Hide And Seek

From Mary Quirindongo
author: Michaels, Fern
Hide And Seek
This book is part of the sisterhood series. Seven friends that stick together and face challenges that will test their courage. They will right a  wrong that was done to someone they care for. In this book they are helping Nellie Easter,and Lizzie Fox from being framed by Mitch Riley the  director of the FBI. Join in on the adventures of the sisterhood antics. You’ll find yourself cheering them on.Don’t forget to start with Weekend Warriors and read all twenty books.

Mane Squeeze

From Jody Bassuk
author: Laurenston, Shelley
Mane Squeeze
Very enjoyable.  Told with a sense of humor, this is the story about a honey loving bear shifter, Lock,  and his relationship with a half tiger, half
lion, shifter, Gwen.  Lock finds it peaceful to tickle his toes and Gwen has a lot of mother problems.  I like this author. The main character in this  book is Gwen.  Her best friend Blayne is the main character in Beast Behaving Badly—which just came out recently.  Some of the  characters in this book were in the author’s previous book: Mane Attraction.  It’s fun revisiting previous characters and seeing what they’re up to.  I recommend this whole series….although you don’t have to read them in any particular order.

Flirt

From Nancy Mathieu
author: Brown,Tracy- K’wan- Mitchell,Angel
Flirt
This Book consists of three short stories. I loved all three. The first story called ” Flirting with Disaster” by Tracy Brown is about a young lady
who meets a man on a ferry. They begin a conversation and end up meeting everyday on the same ferry ride. The man seems too good to be  true. He advises her that he goes to school during the day and works at night for transit. They start dating and he wines and dines her, spoiling  her rotten. She was also having a casual relationship with a another guy on the side. What she will find out at the end is that the guy is
obsessed with her and lied to her about everything. He even found out about the other guy and murdered him. Great story,kept my interest the  whole time.
The second story titled “Wild Cherry” by K’wan is about two women who are both being abused by their boyfriends. The women run into each  other and realize they know each other from when they were little. After talking for a while about their situations, they decide the best way to  solve both their problems is by killing each others partners. Everything gets crazy from there!
The last story is called “Twice in a Lifetime ” by Angel Mitchell. This story is the craziest of them all. At first I was not happy with the way the  story was going because it was about a girl who fell in love with a man who turns out to be her half-brother. I continued reading and was really  starting to enjoy it because there were some strange twists in the story. The ending was disappointing and alittle odd.  This was my least favorite of the three short stories.