Need to Know by Fern Michaels

Need to Know

The Sisterhood: a group of women from all walks of life bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Armed with vast resources, top-notch expertise, and a loyal network of allies around the globe, the Sisterhood will not rest until every wrong is made right. Through all their missions and adventures, the tightknit group of friends who make up the Sisterhood have learned one vital lesson: everybody has a weak spot. In the case of Yoko Wong's ...

Details Need to Know

TitleNeed to Know
Release DateDec 26th, 2017
GenreFiction, Mystery, Suspense

Reviews Need to Know

  • Dawn
    I have been reading these books for many years now and this is absolutely one of my favorite series that I've ever read. This book is just as good as the rest and made me laugh out loud. All the Sisterhood readers will know exactly the spot I'm talking about.It's funny and irreverent, loving and loyal. I love when the ladies get their man. My husband is always a little more cautious after knowing I've read a Sisterhood book. I will always read th...
  • Lynn
    Novel is written at a frenetic pace and contains erroneous information such as endless dialog about legalese, mentions of pus, spittle coming from a character’s mouth and people who cluck their tongues. Doesn’t seem to be much point to the story and overly busy. Characters’ names include Yoko, Snowden and Garland. Famous celebrities’ names are dropped with abandon and mentions of money, wealth, products wealthy people buy and use are thro...
  • Samantha
    I went into this book with high hopes and was left feeling like I read a book that was written by a first time novelist. First and foremost I was annoyed by how Annie and Myra treat Fergus and Charles and how they just accept their behavior. The story had such good bones, a world famous singer taken advantage of by her attorney/agent and now she's suing to get back what he stole. Insert The Vigilantes to come to the rescue and I snatched this boo...
  • Debra McEathron
    I have really liked the other books in this series, this one though wasn't as good. It left me feeling that the sisters were jealous of the guys and miffed because they weren't being catered to in this case. Myra and Annie were still awesome but the younger ones lacked character this time. I would really like to see the rest of them get their families started as well.
  • Angie
    I keep asking myself why I continue to read these books. It's because I'm looking for the kind of books she wrote in the past. Not books full of fist pumping, yelling, petting animals and unlikely scenarios. She's too good a writer to concentrate on "You go girls" types of themes.
  • Pam
    Need To Know: Sisterhood Novel Book 28 is by Fern Michaels. The Sisterhood is still going strong. They had been created to seek justice for women who were abused or attacked in any way. Once their “attacker” had been dealt with, the “victim” could go on to create a new life for herself. When not working on a case, the women were wives, mothers, lawyers, shop owners, truckdrivers, etc. Fern Michaels has managed to write all the books in th...
  • Pamela
    Title: Need to Know The Sisterhood Book 28Author: Fern MichaelsPublisher: Kensington Books / Zebra PublishingDate of Publishing: December 26, 2017This book was reviewed for NetGalley and Kensington Books / Zebra Publishing in exchange for my honest review.An absorbing read that will hold you in its grip from beginning to end. At some point all of us have known betrayal by someone we thought of as a friend and the devestating grief of loosing some...
  • Linda Walters
    It was good to once again read about this gang of women and those who were in cahoots with them.Of course we know who the bad guy is from the start but it was interesting to see how slippery he could be. I would expect nothing less. And he seemed to make some other people miserable not just Garland Lee. Two of the main ladies did have a tiff with Mr. Snowden, who was one of their main contacts when a job needed a bit of help. And that did add to ...
  • Aljean
    This is a little picky but I was confused with this book. I've read all the others in the series. I was under the impression that it began in Washing, DC ; Nicki had her law firm there, Jack was a prosecutor, Maggie worked at the Washington Post and Myra lived at Pinewood which was in Virginia. After they were all found out, they moved to Annie's mountain, then the other mountain, then a different location, but came back and settled in the DC are...
  • Jo (Mixed Book Bag)
    This is book 28 in the Sisterhood series and the first one I have listened to. The series seems to be popular but it just did not resonate with me. I found the entire story line ridiculous. In the end I even felt sorry with the man they were out to get even with. I wondered how the famous singer ever let someone take that much advantage of her. On the plus side it did show some very strong women who knew how to take care of themselves and their f...
  • Deb
    The Sisterhood comes to the aid of a world famous singer who has been defrauded by her lawyer/business manager of millions of dollars. Caught in a years' long lawsuit with the man, she is at her wits' end. Annie, Myra, Maggie, Alicia, Kathryn Nikki and Yoko set about making the man pay for his crimes. Using expert research skills, bugging devices, surveillance and interviews, the ladies tighten the noose. Good food, friendship and the zeal for ju...
  • Joyce
    Another fast read about the Sisterhood and their righting the wrongs ofpeople in their quest for justice. This time a famous singer “Garland Lee”Has been taken advantage of by her lawyer Arthur Forrester. The Vigilantesare on the case and seeking justice for the wrong. I enjoyed the book, but didnot think it was as good as others written. I did not think there was as muchaction in this story.
  • Marybeth Lapilla
    GreatAs always I could not wait for this book to be released. And as always I am not disappointed. The story was so interesting, Mr . SOP was a very nasty mean inconsiderate and downright disgusting human being. The sisters were their usual efficient selves. I loved how Mr SOP was so quick to give in to them.The only thing I miss is when Barbara, Myra's dead daughter, visits them. I am looking forward to t h e next chapter of the SISTERHOOD.
  • Sandra
    THIS was my first Sisterhood book, but I have been a fan of Fern Michaels for years. I enjoyed the story very much, and did not feel that I was missing out from not reading the other books. That being said, now I want to read the series. And I really want to read the next book to find out what happens next. Fast and entertaining book. I would recommend it. I won my book from Goodreads Giveaways.
  • Nancy
    3.5 Fern Michaels is back with a Sisterhood book. I'm so glad this series is highlighting the woman vigilantes again. I like me some good revenge! Garland Lee has been swindled out of millions of dollars and she has enlisted the help of "the girls". This book's blueprint is similar to the others in Sisterhood series..but I do enjoy them!
  • Maryann Fox
    Great book. The Sisterhood ladies are out to come to the aid of a well known singer whose lawyer has been stealing money from her by unethical means. This was a wonderful story about righting an injustice and "taking care of" the "weasel" in the manner they do best at.I love this series.
  • Jennifer
    This is a series that I enjoyed in the beginning but now it is totally blah. The characters aren’t very well written at this point, and the plot wasn’t really there. They seem to have changed where they know where they live. They used to live in DC area now they took airplanes to go to DC. It didn’t make any sense
  • Linda Smatzny
    This is a Sisterhood novel. This time the women are brought a case by Yoko Wong that involves a lawyer who has taken money from a client. When the client fired him, he sues and the client counter sues but the case is now almost three years old with nothing happening. There is tension between the women and Charles with lines be drawn. The book was a very quick easy read.
  • Jackie Rogers
    Love Fern's Sisterhood books. Buy them as soon as they are available. Ms. Michaels knows how to write a "gotcha" This latest one is a very good read. The Sisters help out a friend that her lawyer/agent has stolen from her. He is also a blackmailer and terrible husband. Read as the Sisterhood take him down a notch or three. There is action as well as humor. Thanks to Fern Michaels.
  • Lois R
    This was a real quick read as usual. I enjoyed the plot, but I miss Charles laying out the plan. The women are totally disorganized even though they do get the job done. The set up for the next book is in the epilogue. I think I know who Myra and Annie are going to visit and can only imagine the results of that meeting!
  • Betty
    Justifiable JusticeTyebSisterhod strikes again. The UI s time they rush to the defence of a famous singer who has been robbed by her greedy and unethical lawyer, Mr. Pus. The smug evil man has no idea what he VB is in for when he crossed the Vigilantes.
  • Veda
    I loved this book. Yes it was an unorganized, not the usual mission, but the sisters pulled off what they do best. And left it open to do something more, but you just never know what. Loved Kathryn's mention of a date, and wat more. Now waiting impatiently for the next book.
  • Kem
    A fair plot, but there are parts that was a waste of words. I didn't like Myra and Annie in this one very much either. I missed having the guys involved too. I didn't like the way Charles and Fergie were treated in this one either.
  • diane kerr
    Quick readingHave read entire series. Love the take down of the scoundrel but do not like how the ladies treat their own men in this book. Have always enjoyed reading the true partnership between Myra & Charles.
  • Norma
    The price of success is high.I have read all of the Sisterhood books. The ladies are changing; getting meaner and more arrogant -- with their friends and supporters!!! I don't like it.
  • Carol Grant
    Need to know is another entertaining read.Msg. Michaels knows just how to write an entertaining, fun story to hold your interest and keep you reading. I am chomping at the bit for her next book.
  • Kathy Collins
    Being generous with the rating. Not a fan of revenge and physical abuse. I guess this is not my kind of literature. The Vigilantes are too negative and too self centered. Not people I would want to be friends with or people I would respect.
  • Nancy
    This series has outlived its believability. You have a group of women with a total disregard for the law (of which two are lawyers) and feel that whatever they do to achieve "justice" is fine. This book is so wrong on so many levels. Not at all believable.
  • Sharon
    Great and fun read.Love the Sisterhood series and this did not disappoint. The books are very enjoyable to read and I looked forward to sitting for and reading each evening. A great book to read and relax. I look forward to the next book.
  • Judith Jones
    Good Book I have read almost all of this series and have enjoyed most of them. This one was good but not as good as the rest of them. I do enjoy Fern Michaels writing and will read more of her books.