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 almost the same; i.e. Margie and Maggie. Maybe if I had read the previous Men of the Sisterhood novels it would be easier. I also think most of the characters display juvenile behavior. At times it feels like they’re playing a video game. The super-intelligent dogs are my favorite characters.
I stuck with the book to the end because I wanted to learn more about child trafficking. It was an okay read.