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For the first time the menfolk are stepping out of the pages of #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels’ beloved Sisterhood series and into the spotlight… After years of standing by their women, the Sisterhood’s significant others have also become loyal friends. And now Jack Emery, Nikki’s husband, has enlisted Ted, Joe, Jay, Bert, Dennis, and Abner to form a top For the first time the menfolk are stepping out of the pages of #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels’ beloved Sisterhood series and into the spotlight… After years of standing by their women, the Sisterhood’s significant others have also become loyal friends. And now Jack Emery, Nikki’s husband, has enlisted Ted, Joe, Jay, Bert, Dennis, and Abner to form a top-secret organization known as BOLO Consultants. Jack has two missions in mind. The first: offering some behind-the-scenes help to Nikki’s law firm as they take on the all-powerful Andover Pharmaceuticals. Andover’s anti-leukemia drug causes terrible side effects in young patients, but a class-action suit seems doomed to fail. BOLO Consultants have a prescription to cure that. Meanwhile, Virginia’s lieutenant governor has a sideline as a slum landlord, and his impoverished tenants are suffering. Tyler Sandford believes his status puts him above the law. But when the Sisterhood and their allies decide to get involved, no one is beyond the reach of true justice…


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For the first time the menfolk are stepping out of the pages of #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels’ beloved Sisterhood series and into the spotlight… After years of standing by their women, the Sisterhood’s significant others have also become loyal friends. And now Jack Emery, Nikki’s husband, has enlisted Ted, Joe, Jay, Bert, Dennis, and Abner to form a top For the first time the menfolk are stepping out of the pages of #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels’ beloved Sisterhood series and into the spotlight… After years of standing by their women, the Sisterhood’s significant others have also become loyal friends. And now Jack Emery, Nikki’s husband, has enlisted Ted, Joe, Jay, Bert, Dennis, and Abner to form a top-secret organization known as BOLO Consultants. Jack has two missions in mind. The first: offering some behind-the-scenes help to Nikki’s law firm as they take on the all-powerful Andover Pharmaceuticals. Andover’s anti-leukemia drug causes terrible side effects in young patients, but a class-action suit seems doomed to fail. BOLO Consultants have a prescription to cure that. Meanwhile, Virginia’s lieutenant governor has a sideline as a slum landlord, and his impoverished tenants are suffering. Tyler Sandford believes his status puts him above the law. But when the Sisterhood and their allies decide to get involved, no one is beyond the reach of true justice…

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Laugh out loud funny, emotional, thrilling and perfect for me! I was hooked on the Sisterhood series from book one and the Men of The Sisterhood is no different. The men are loyal and just like the women are dedicated to doing what is right. Now, if that goes outside the boundaries of traditional law, then so be it! It helps, though, that they have those handy gold shields now. Can they do this without the women? These first books shows the fruition of an idea from a year earlier when everyone w Laugh out loud funny, emotional, thrilling and perfect for me! I was hooked on the Sisterhood series from book one and the Men of The Sisterhood is no different. The men are loyal and just like the women are dedicated to doing what is right. Now, if that goes outside the boundaries of traditional law, then so be it! It helps, though, that they have those handy gold shields now. Can they do this without the women? These first books shows the fruition of an idea from a year earlier when everyone was feeling off and antsy. Then, the great Charles, left and Jack and the boys decided that they had to follow through with their plan. Jack thinks they have all the women fooled but Maggie proves otherwise. But how much does she really know? So here they take on slumlords and politicians, a management company owner, and then proceed in helping two of the members of The Sisterhood behind their backs. They pull together and find themselves in a rhythm. We also have a new 4 legged member if the Men. His name is Cyrus, and he makes his own bed. Cleans up his own mess and helps in a mission when a bad guy won't cooperate. I laughed til I cried during one scene and you will know it when you get to it. Fern Michaels is know for writing funny, moving, and serious stuff. These are all combined in these books. You will enjoy them and if you want history on they girls group check out the women of The Sisterhood. The first book being Weekend Warriors! I think you will be hooked too. I love it. Total 5 stars and better every time I read them. I received this ARC for an honest review. If you found my review helpful and liked it please leave me a comment. Thanks.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    This was an interesting twist on the Sisterhood series in that it focuses on the "Men" of the Sisterhood! It seems to be a bit out of sequence with the Sisterhood series because of some of the "missing" characters. Just an OK rating for me--4 out of 10.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deloris Mercer

    Sorry that I bought this book I am so sorry that I bought the first 3 books in this series. I was under the impression that Ms. Michaels was a Christian writer will not make that mistake again. Bad language . Christian reader beware.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    Fern Michaels thank you for giving the men of the Sisterhood their own spotlight. I loved it snd can't wait for their first full novel.

  5. 4 out of 5

    VP

    I have read many, many, many books in my life. I think this might be the WORST book I have ever read. Utterly the worst. I finished it (barely scanning in the end) because I am absolutely out of reading material, and this is one of the books my late mother left behind. Utterly ridiculous, repetitive, vengeful vigilantes whose actions are far more more egregious than those they targeted. Repulsive. Aside from the repetition, the inane scenaria, women always running from the room in tears, men alway I have read many, many, many books in my life. I think this might be the WORST book I have ever read. Utterly the worst. I finished it (barely scanning in the end) because I am absolutely out of reading material, and this is one of the books my late mother left behind. Utterly ridiculous, repetitive, vengeful vigilantes whose actions are far more more egregious than those they targeted. Repulsive. Aside from the repetition, the inane scenaria, women always running from the room in tears, men always threatening their enemies, stupid dating advice, faxing everything in 2015...ugh. What happened to parenting, when children are allowed to be killed by rats, or cold. How can those paltry sums of stolen money fix the alleged wrongs made by years of systemic poverty and violence. Why couldn't the lawyers solve their on class action suits without the men coming in, and with stupid childish violence coerce a win. THE WORST BOOK EVER. Really, the worst. Avoid at all cost!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Laura Beasley

    A little read that is entertaining and a good book for the beach or the quarantine time. I have always enjoyed Fern Michael's sisterhood series and now the boys have formed their own group and Maggie is also a part of this group. The other women are in the dark. Jack wants to help his wife Nikki with here law cases that are wearing her down and taking a toll on their marriage. The men buy a building, furnish it and name it the Bolo Building. Then they go after the people involved in those cases. A little read that is entertaining and a good book for the beach or the quarantine time. I have always enjoyed Fern Michael's sisterhood series and now the boys have formed their own group and Maggie is also a part of this group. The other women are in the dark. Jack wants to help his wife Nikki with here law cases that are wearing her down and taking a toll on their marriage. The men buy a building, furnish it and name it the Bolo Building. Then they go after the people involved in those cases. Enjoy having the same characters in the book and in each one the author develops the characters more. Quick read but enjoyable. Read how the men solve the problems. I like that the men have formed their own group. A good mystery but not scary.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dave Hoff

    Husbands of the Sisters, decide to have their own club and help the down trodden, being taken advantage by the rich landlords, Owners of drug cos., and greedy people.. They intend to keep it secret from the Sisters who hire PIs to tail their husbands to learn what they are up to. That fails with the exception of one Sister, who the Men have to allow into their club. She can apply the most gruesome remedy to the bad guys. Not for the faint hearted.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Siermienski

    Double Down I enjoyed reading this book. This book may be fiction, but deals with truth. It was sad that the pharmaceutical companies do not always have people in mind over profit. Seeing it in writing makes it tougher to think about. I just hope both Jack and Espinosa get their woman back.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jayne

    Excellent story I loved the Sisterhood series and this book keep me up all night reading. The men on their own where just as intriguing as the women. It was a nonstop sequence of events with nail biting anticipation of what. Was happening next. I particularly enjoying the retribution dealt out to the Andovers of curling their ears, genitals, and butt curling justice.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Hughescallison

    Good Book I enjoyed this book but wish I had read it in order with the Sisterhood books because would explained facts that were talked about in the series but I didn't remember happening. I had always thought I had missed a book. Now I know. Good book and a must read for Sisterhood fans.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "A Three-Part Story Of All Challenges Solved" In this first complete novel after the introductory novellas, The Sisterhood has added many men to their top-secret organization called BOLO Consultants. The story line is a fast ride and the characters are great. Lots of action which kept me captivated!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Glad the guys were able to secretly help the girls get out from under all that work. Watch out bad guys, the Men of the Sisterhood is on your tail, too. Love this series almost as much as the girls of the sisterhood. The guys just aren't as ruthless as the girls. Good read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Becky Tatar

    The guys from the Sisterhood start their own group, and are found out by Maggie. Lots of back and forth, but in the end, the bad guys are routed. It's always interesting to see how Michaels has the women much more into the torture than the guys are. Don't mess with the Sisterhood.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Diane Large

    Except for the two take-downs, this story did absolutely nothing for me. I got tired of what they ate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and Cyrus relieving himself. I skipped pages which I very rarely do. I won't read any more by Fern Michaels.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Just like the Sisterhood series the men have taken their turn. Their take charge attitude brought a plan together which was executed in true "hood" style. Justice served! Ready for the next book in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Helenk

    I enjoyed my first foray into Men of the Sisterhood. Somewhere along the line I must have missed a book or two because there have been many changes in the relationships. For those that enjoy this Fern Michaels series you will enjoy this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ottilee B.

    MEN of Sisterhood. LUCKILY they've got Maggie who will USE the hot curling iron on the ceo of Andover Pharm.! The MEN can hold him down but they haven't the stones ('ovaries'!) Maggie has: you GO, girl! :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marci Kimball

    Highly recommend!! This book is busy and filled with all one could want in a book!!! If you crave excitement, guts, glory & all that's necessary to get those feelings, you're gonna LOVE this book! I did!! Good job boys!!!!🤗 Highly recommend!! This book is busy and filled with all one could want in a book!!! If you crave excitement, guts, glory & all that's necessary to get those feelings, you're gonna LOVE this book! I did!! Good job boys!!!!🤗

  19. 5 out of 5

    Connie Harrison

    Loved this book I have always loved Fern Michaels' books. I have read most of them in the past. I was so glad to find this new series. I finished this first book in two days and will start the second one today. Thanks Fern for the enjoyment I get out of your wonderful books

  20. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Really enjoyed the story line, however, Fern really fell short with all the grammatical errors. Big let down Double Down. pun intended 😊

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Hazen

    I skipped some stories so I am confused by all the changes in the lives of the character

  22. 5 out of 5

    Denise Esh

    I love this series and well, everything Fern writes. She is one of my favorites and I never finish a book and feel anything but grateful that I read it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Karre

    This book kept me reading nonstop.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pam Nunes

    I love all the sisterhood books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Excellent read If you have read the sisterhood books, you have a prettily good idea of the premise. This time the men take their turn. Truly entertaining.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amy Phelps

    The story was okay but not up to the sisters standards. I wish there was more closure involved. I’m glad Ted & Maggie are back together The story was okay but not up to the sisters standards. I wish there was more closure involved. I’m glad Ted & Maggie are back together

  27. 4 out of 5

    barbara evans

    Excellent as always This author guarantees you a great book every time. She has mastered the art of books that you just can't put down.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Marcia McNally

    Interesting take on crime fighting Who does it better....guys or gals? What makes the difference is what makes the story move along so very quickly.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gabby

    Very quick read, but like the men stories. I just wonder if they’ll join forces again.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Patrice Pannier

    I enjoyed the book very much. I have been reading Fern Michaels for a long time. I've read almost all the Sisterhood books and The Men of the Sisterhood is just as good,

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