Hide and Seek by Fern Michaels

Hide and Seek

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.Payback has its price, and the Sisterhood's last assignment almost landed them in jail. Now the women are fugitives with a bounty on their heads, but they're not planning on hiding out for lon...

Details Hide and Seek

TitleHide and Seek
Release DateAug 28th, 2018
GenreMystery, Fiction, Romance

Reviews Hide and Seek

  • Rebecca McNutt
    I was really surprised at how gripping this mass-market thriller/mystery was. Dark, brutal and at times comical, this is definitely one worth having a look at.
  • Quinn
    I felt like this book was a made for T.V. movie. It is a simple read with not much depth or originality. The book is about 7 women who form a vigilante group called "The Sisterhood". The book tries to establish the fact that women can do basically anything men can do. I feel the book fails to accomplish this, because every move and decision the ladies make is controlled by some guy named Charles. Basically, the women are a bunch of puppets on a s...
  • Nickole H
    I just love these books.
  • Nancy Brady
    The seventh book in a series about the Sisterhood, seven strong women vigilantes. After running away, they return to the States to dispense justice on the FBI assistant director who nearly caught them. Also to protect a few friends, a judge and their lawyer. Will they get caught finally or succeed? Despite having not read all of the others in the series, this one had less of the oomph of the other ones. It almost seems like an after-thought and a...
  • Christine US
    OK, by now, I'm just sick of the series. I really liked it for awhile - I loved the idea of making up for horrible wrongs, but by now it's so repetitive I can't even care anymore. The newest sister Annie drives me up a wall. The "punishments" for the bad guys are stupid. I'm over the group of women and their shenanigans.
  • JoAnna
    This was a nice cozy "fluff" book.
  • Julie
    This was one of those life is too short books. The whole premise of this book-which is, unbelievably, the 8th in this series, is that a group of vigilante woman are getting revenge on men who have done them wrong. The writing is stilted, the characters border on the ridiculous (I mean, come on, a former English secret service guy who doesn't have anything better to do than run a 'war room' for a bunch of revenge seeking women)?
  • Sheri
    Hide and Seek (fern Michaels)I did enjoy this book. There are a lot of characters, I had a bit of a hard time remembering who was who. I think i would like to read her previous books in this series. I am sure I would enjoy them
  • Bookish Enchantment
    This book in the series takes the Sisterhood to a completely new level. No more are they just small time vigilantes. Good amount of suspense in this installment.
  • Lynn
    The "Sisterhood Series" sort of ended after book 7 - since all of the original team's revenges had completed. This is now both a continuation and a new series - as Fern Michaels explains in the intro that she is responding to reader requests for more. The team has now expanded not only in members but in scope. The plot continues to be the main attraction of these books. Character development and internal story line consistency are still weak. How...
  • Janice Workman
    Can't really put my finger on it, didn't do much for me and I will most likely not read the series. Started it, then put it up and read a few other books, then finished it, thinking it might improve...nope.
  • Kem
    A fun read. The Sisterhood is gathering quite a crew of backups. I would have like more closure. What exactly happened to Riley after leaving the hospital?The plot is a little thin in this one, but I want to read the whole series. The characters are such fun.
  • Ashlee Marie
    I love this series! Each book is an easy read that is packed full of adventure. I liked the addition of new members to the group. I'm curious to see the part that each will play in the next few books.
  • Quintin Reitzel
    Very Good
  • Jean Kovats
    very concise but adds to group, and makes things clearer, having read the latest book before most of the older ones
  • Eileen
    I have been enjoying this series so far. They are fun and humorous quick reads!
  • Carol Mersburgh
    Hide & SeekOutstanding! Hmm, the roster has increased in numbers. Looks like more adventure & intrigue are in store for us in future books. Yes!!!
  • Nan
    Read the LP version since that's what the library had. IT really went fast with such large print. :)
  • Rose
    Cannot get interested in characters or plot.
  • Swanbender2001
    A lesson hard-learned - Don't mess with the Sisterhood! But the bigger question is, how will the very important love relationships maintain and the future of these young women? I know they will need to keep working but life on the mountaintop in Spain will not stay idyllic for very long. I must read more.
  • Ruth Mindick
    Another fast paced exciting Sisterhood adventure. Can't wait to start the next book to see what happens next!Not sure I like the addition of some many new members all at once but have to read on to see how it all plays out.
  • Paula
    I really loved the revenge in this chapter of The Sisterhood.
  • Oh My Bookness
    Book Review:Hide And SeekBy: Fern MichaelsReview by: Brittany PerezFebruary 4, 2014Book Synopsis: Together, the seven fearless friends known as the Sisterhood have served sweet justice to villains who thought they were above the law. But payback has its price, and the Sisterhood's last assignment almost landed them in jail. Now the women are fugitives with a bounty on their heads, but they're not planning on hiding out for long - not when good fr...
  • Linda Walters
    When I first read the information on this book and saw what Mitch planned on doing, I thought, "Stupid man!". As it turned out he's not only stupid in deciding to do this but also cruel, power hungry and generally disliked. A bully, in short. A clever bully in the ways that he has been covering his tracks. He has been saving up files of information on people, some of which are false ones and that would ruin many lives. He admired J. Edgar Hoover,...
  • Kathy Davie
    Eighth in the Sisterhood suspense series and the first of the Rules of the Game series for Charles Martin has gotten an inquiry from both Interpol and Scotland Yard.The StoryCharles has been training the ladies for weeks in their mountain hideaway in Spain getting them ready for their next mission: protecting Jack, Harry, Lizzie, and Nellie. Then an unexpected gift lands in their laps. Four boxes of years-worth of secret copied files from AD Rile...
  • Deborah
    Overall, "Hide and Seek" was and okay story. Not having read the previous "Sisterhood" books, I did understand the need to bring new readers up to speed with this next stage of the series; however, the first half of the book was fairly boring. "Hide and See" had the feeling of a pilot for a new television show. As with most pilots, they tend to be the weakest episode of the series because they need to focus mainly on setting things up with the ch...
  • Kathy
    Setting: altered monastery in Spain; Montana cabin; Washington DC – FBI offices, Judge’s home in the country, newspaper office & their apartment, FBI’s house, safe house;Theme: protecting friends; finding new direction based on past;Summary:The gang’s all together… and training in Spain… giving Charles a hard time when he drugs and sends Jack and Harry back to the states, back to their life – for their protection, and for their near...
  • Shelley
    Synopsis: Together, the seven fearless friends known as the Sisterhood have served sweet justice to villains who thought they were above the law. But payback has its price, and the Sisterhood's last assignment almost landed them in jail. Now the women are fugitives with a bounty on their heads, but they're not planning on hiding out for long - not when good friends need the kind of help only they can give.Mitch Riley, the ruthless assistant direc...
  • Carol MacInnis
    This is poetic justice at it's finest. Fern Michaels hits the nail on the head with this incredible novel of the Sisterhood.The last mission the Sisters took on almost landed them in jail and now they are hiding out as fugitives. But they cannot stay in hiding forever as their expertise is called on to help out their friends. Mitch Riley is the Assistant Director of the FBI and is intending to frame "Nellie" Easter who is the judge who helped the...
  • Jami
    This was billed as the first in the Rules of the Game series, but in reality it was around the eighth in The Sisterhood series. I went back and read the first three so I could get an idea of what was going on with the characters. This one wasn't quite as cheesy as the first few I read, which I was happy to learn. It was okay but I'm tired of the series; there aren't many new twists. The one thing that really bothered me is that these are supposed...