Truth or Dare by Fern Michaels

Truth or Dare

The Sisterhood: a group of women bound by friendship and a quest for justice. Now their male allies, the Men of the Sisterhood, have formed a top-secret organization of their own, with the same goal of helping the helpless and righting the wrongs of the world . . . When the call comes, the Men of the Sisterhood drop everything to help their friends. This time it's Cyrus, their four-legged hound dog and unofficial mascot. While member Joe Esp...

Details Truth or Dare

TitleTruth or Dare
Release DateJun 26th, 2018
GenreFiction, Mystery, Romance, Crime

Reviews Truth or Dare

  • Valerie
    Wow, what a book! This is another book from the Men of the Sisterhood series. As usual, Fern Michaels provides lots of action and suspense in this book. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. Have plenty of Kleenex on hand. You’re going to need it, even when you’re so mad you could break something. I hope the series doesn’t end. Thanks, Ms. Michaels, for a wonderful story.
  • Dawn
    I believe this is the best MOTS book yet. The guys are hitting their stride and getting in the nitty gritty. When the villains are involved in child trafficking the men don't hold back on their revenge.New friends are made, a new mission going forward is decided and they have found their own peace when it comes to what they do.Of course you cannot leave out Cyrus or Lady and her pups. They have their own roles to follow. I cannot wait for more!I ...
  • Billie
    This is the first book that I have read of the Men of the Sisterhood novels. Three children are found in an isolated area. Joe Espinosa picks them up and arranges a meeting with the rest of the crew. In an effort to protect children that are victims of human trafficking the team must be one step ahead of the organization. It was a little difficult to follow all of the characters and I thought the book was slow moving. I received an advanced copy ...
  • Sharon
    As usual Fern delivered another exciting adventure for the men of the sisterhood. I can’t wait for the next book. She is one of my favourite authors.
  • Jeanne
    I have to say at times I wonder why Fern Michaels continues some of her series as they seem to falter . . . this is NOT one of those times! This "Men of the Sisterhood" story was one of her best yet! Great story, great ending!! 9 out of 10!
  • SS
    I won an ARC of this book, an uncorrected proof, in a Goodreads giveaway. That bit of information should be kept in mind as you read this review. This is the first book in The Men of the Sisterhood series. This is also the first Fern Michaels book I’ve ever read.I’m afraid that I found this book disappointing and frustrating. Oh, it’s easy enough to read, super easy, but it’s predictable and awkward. It requires a degree of fantasy and ...
  • Linda Walters
    I liked this book probably the best of the several Men of the Sisterhood books that I have read. I also have read almost all of the books about the women of the Sisterhood so I had some background information already at hand. But I will say that I think someone reading it without any foundation wouldn't really have a hard time getting into it. I just think having read the other books, my reading might have been a bit richer because of it. This bo...
  • Pam
    Truth or Dare: The men of the Sisterhood is by Fern Michaels. This series which builds on the story of the Sisterhood is just getting started and it is a great series. When the women of the Sisterhood are gone on a mission, the men gather to compare their lives without them and to end up solving some kind of case by themselves. Joseph Espinosa is at the facilities of Demetri Pappas getting Jack Emory’s dog Cyrus checked out. Jack is at the den...
  • J.C. Ferguson
    The book is an easy read, but predictable—not much suspense or mystery. There are too many coincidences and the good guys never seem to have a problem executing their plans. They also have lots of money to throw around to get the job done. Not entirely believable. Most of the story takes place sitting around “the farm” discussing what they’re going to do next.Far too many characters to follow populate the story. At times their names are a...
  • Pamela
    I used to read all the books about the girls going after justice, with the guys helping. Then after the pardon, it switched to the older ladies, and retired men. I read a few of those. This was the guys, and Maggie, and the wonder dogs. The theme was a worthy read, about child trafficking. The statistics were horrific. This in intolerable for everyone, that so many children, and young teens disappear from our country, for a very short life, and a...
  • Heather Warner
    I won this book in a giveaway on Goodreads and thought it was a decent book. It had a good story/mystery/adventure that I enjoyed. I found it difficult though to follow all the different characters-I think reading the previous books in the Men of the Sisterhood series is very necessary to really get the full understanding of these characters. I liked the psychic dogs and will have to read the previous books to get the full story on them! A hard t...
  • Joseph Nakonechny
    It was a very easy and enjoyable read. There were too many characters to keep track of. The plot was pretty great although very unrealistic. The cover looks quaint, but there's actually some graphic stuff in here like picking someone's eyeballs out. Also, the characters, (including the dog, Cyrus) and narration were kind of cocky, like "this is America, we shake hands here", "If you speak Spanish one more time I'll punch you!" and when the kids d...
  • Veda
    Wow, wow is all I can say. Fern Michaels has out done herself with this book. I picked this book up yesterday and pretty much read until I was done with it. The men dealt with an issue that is very relevant today. Using all of the talents of the men of the Sisterhood, and a few friends, together they are able to make a difference if only for a little while. I loved that Cooper showed up in this story. And learning more about where and why Cyrus i...
  • Jo (Mixed Book Bag)
    I have read some of the sisterhood books but this is the first of the Men of the sisterhood. It was great fun. Cyrus is a hoot and adds even more fun to the story. The plot is full of danger and is something that is current. Child abduction and sale is something most of us do not run into but we know it happens. The Men come to the rescue when they find 3 small children who have escaped from child abduction. This has danger and tension and great ...
  • BookGypsy
    This is The Men of the Sisterhood series. The male allies of The Sisterhood series.The men have their own organization to help the helpless and they do it well. This time the men have a heart breaking and emotional case of child trafficking. This is book four in the series. The topic of child trafficking is not an easy one but the novel does well with it. It's everything you expect from Fern Michaels. Coming in July,2018Thank you Good ReadsAnd Ke...
  • Samantha
    I've got to say, I think I definitely prefer the Men of the Sisterhood series rather than the Godmother series. The plots feel better and I enjoy the characters more. The latest installment, Truth or Dare is the best one of the 4 book series (all can be read as standalones though) and I was interested through the whole thing. The one thing this book DIDN'T do though, was inspire a witty review. It was solid book, one of the more plausible ones in...
  • Lea McKenna
    I cannot say I enjoyed Truth or Dare by Fern Michaels at all. Maybe I needed to read the earlier books in the series, because there are too many characters with little or no development, dogs who have the ability to out-think humans, and a plot that just works out perfectly with no tension or conflict. I received this book in a Giveaway in return for an honest review. I wouldn't have finished the book except I felt obligated by the terms.
  • Gale
    Action packed story about avenging exploited and abused children -- with so many twists that it kept me guessing at every chapter. Although I have a collection of Ms. Michael's books, it's been a while since I have read one and I enjoyed Truth or Dare. Fast moving, lots of things happening to keep you guessing, and the characters are great. And the animals??? Oh how I'd love to have one in my family.
  • karn
    ExploitationWith up to date on sex trafficking this book brought a lot to real life and what we wish would /could happen if we had the men of sisterhood or even the sisterhood doing it in real life. A great read that kept you turning the pages. Wish we'd have more a year from this great author but know good books take time. Thank you, Ms Michaels for doing in books what we'd like to do in person. Another great read!
  • Linda Smatzny
    This is a story about the men of the Sisterhood. Joe and Cyrus find three children alongside a rode. The kids are dirty and explain that they got taken when their aunt left them. Joe takes them to BOLO headquarters and calls a meeting. The guys discover the kids were kidnapped by a group that deals in children and young women. After taking the children to the farm it is discovered the kids are the children of two CIA operatives. The case goes fro...
  • Marybeth Lapilla
    The BestI have read everyone book in this series. I think this one is the best. It showed the warm, loving side of all the men. It also showed the motherly side of Maggie, who is always a stuff cookie.The story is one that is unfortunately something that really does go on in our world. I cannot wait for the next chapter in their stor.. I would also love to see a book where the sisterhood and the brotherhood work together again.
  • Gerri
    Extremely disappointing novel from Fern Michaels. I’ve read many of her books and this is my first real disappointment. Yes, it was an easy read, but so darn predictable and at times unbelievable. Far too much repetition that made the story unrealistic and at times awkward. I’m not a fan of “fantasy” type novels so that is likely one reason for my disappointment especially where the dogs are concerned.
  • Johanna Sawyer
    Thanks to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion. This doesn't appear to be one of those books you can pick up in the middle of a series and just follow along. I had read some of the sister books but for some reason this one was harder to follow. Maybe it's because the dog was the star of the book and the book was horribly predictable. Child sex ring books are not a favorite of mine since most of the journey is harrowing. I g...
    I LOVED THIS BOOK!! It was wonderful to see how the MEN of the SISTERHOOD worked together and took care of business. It deals with a problem that is very real in our world today. I understood their anger and frustrations. People tend to turn a deaf ear to this problem today, unless it affects them personally. I was cheering them on every step of the way. I didn't want to put it down till I saw how it would end and that justice was served. HIGHLY ...
  • Donna Hines
    Cyrus the four legged friend bolts upon seeing movement along a desolated rural road.The owner Joe gives chase and finds 3 children in his mist huddled together.He brings them to safety and notices they are frightened and scared but he decides to arrange a meeting.Vulnerable lives are at stake with many more needing help.Can they get to them in time to save them from despair?This was another one that I sadly couldn't get into it but wish I could....
  • Ann
    This is book 4 in the Men of the Sisterhood series and it can be read as a stand alone. Much of the men's backgrounds are reviewed as the story progresses. This one is a little darker than some of the previous books. It's theme is child kidnapping and trafficking. As usual the men and ladies work together to solve the current dilemma. The story is a little predictable. I received a copy of this ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review.
  • Vi
    Interesting plot and adventure. First read in the Men of the Sisterhood. Enjoyed the enhanced dogs and the familiar characters. (Though I did miss the "Sisters." Suppose we'll find out their adventures in another book.) Child trafficking is the mystery here and I applaud the attack on this vile crime. Would recommend reading previous books for comfortable relating to characters. Voluntarily read ARC, through Netgalley and publisher, for honest r...
  • Maryann Fox
    Great book The Men of the Sisterhood take on a very relevant crime: child trafficking.Three kidnapped children running for their lives find sanctuary with the men and as they try to uncover more about the children they learn their parents "career".A rogue super agent joins forces with the men who in turn call upon other assistance to shut down child trafficking and the two men who are behind it.
  • Linda Joplin
    This is the first Men of the Sisterhood books I've read. I probably should go back and read more of them because this one was really good. Lots of suspense to keep you going. The only issue I had with it was trying to keep up with all the characters.Received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
  • Donnajo
    I voluntarily read a advanced reader's copy for a honest opinionTruth or Dare by Fern Michaels, book four in the Men of the Sisterhood series. I've enjoyed past books by this author and this one hasn't disappointed me. It grabbed me from the first page. I look forward to see what future books bring this to this series.