Review: Cut and Run by Fern Michaels

Title: Cut and Run

Author: Fern Michaels

Series: The Sisterhood

Page Length: 368

Publication Date: Dec. 31, 2019

Publisher: Kensington Publishing

Synopsis: 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.

It’s been three months since Countess Annie de Silva slipped away from her home before dawn, leaving a cryptic note and no clue as to her destination. That’s an eternity for friends as devoted as the Sisterhood. Now they’re desperate to ensure that their founding member is alive and well, and that means tracking her down–wherever in the world she might be.

Myra Rutledge, Annie’s closest confidante, knows the secrets of Annie’s past, including the remote mountain in Spain where Annie spent some of the best–and worst–days of her life. Annie vowed that she’d never return to the mountain or the stunning monastery there. But the memories of the past have called her back. Now, she needs allies who are fearless, loyal, and willing to do whatever it takes to see justice done. And with the safety of one of their own on the line, the Sisterhood won’t let her down . . .

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My Review:

Cut and Run is the 30th book in the Sisterhood Series, and it did not disappoint. When Countess Annie de Silva receives a request from an old friend to return to Spain, she feels compelled to go. Unfortunately, she doesn’t tell anyone where she is going. She leaves with only a mysterious and cryptic note left behind.

After three months of silence from Annie, the sisters become concerned. Myra, in particular, jumps in to help her long-time friend and leader of The Sisterhood. She goes to Annie’s mountain in Spain, a place Annie vowed never to return. When Myra fails to call Charles about her whereabouts, he and the others follow her to Spain.

The Sisterhood and Brotherhood join forces in this story to find Annie and Myra. I must say, I was thrilled to see the women and men working together again! It brought a fresh and interesting dynamic to the story.

Also, I love that Myra and Annie are the focus of this book. Often, they take a backseat to some of the other women, so it is refreshing to see them at the forefront of this story. They are complex and dynamic lead characters with amazing (and dangerous) lives.


Favorite Parts:

  • fast-paced and action-packed
  • well-paced
  • great character development
  • excellent use of dialogue


I love Fern Michaels and the Sisterhood Series, and if you like the Sisterhood Series or suspenseful and thrilling stories with a bit of romance, then this might be the series for you!


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