Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Sisterhood is Deadly: Review

From Goodreads:
"We'll be sisters 'til we die…"

Margot Blythe is a professional sorority girl. As a Sisterhood Mentor for her beloved Delta Beta, she travels to colleges around the country, advising on serious sorority issues (and picking up all the gossip along the way). Margot is thrilled when she's invited back to her alma mater to assist the Delta Betas—but tragedy strikes when their chapter advisor drops dead during a meeting, sending shockwaves down sorority row.

Shaken by the death—especially when foul play is suspected—Margot has to step up. Appointed the honor of serving as temporary chapter advisor, she now must manage the drama of fifty frazzled sorority women with secrets to hide; protect the house from the annual fraternity pledge pranks, which are more ominous than they seem; and worst of all, combat the ruinous rumors surfacing about a Delta Beta phone sex ring. If she wants to keep rival sororities and a suspicious (but dangerously cute) local policeman from bringing Delta Beta's reputation down, it's up to Margot to find out the truth—about whether a sister could have committed such an unimaginable sin as murder.

My Review:
This was really such a fantastic book! So funny, and the way that Margot was about the sisterhood...yeah, that was just so much fun to read! This was such a hilarious and great book to read! I enjoyed it so much!

Yeah, Margot had the idea of a perfect sonority in her head-and reality didn't match what was in her head. And there was a something of a transition in this book, that realization that hey, it isn't quite what she thought. Still pretty good, but not as much as she thought.

I really enjoyed her interactions with Hatfield, how she butted in on his interview, and it led to her being accidentally escorted to jail and put in a cell. Which was pretty hilarious! And all of their interactions after that were just as great!

Such a fantastic mystery! There was the death, and there was the scandal, and that she was investigating, on top of taking care of the chapter, that was a lot she was doing! Really enjoyed how it all resolved, though! So awesome!

This was a really great book! Lots of fun, and light for the most part (seeing as there was a murder!) and yeah, I can't wait to read more of this series!

Author: Lindsay Emory
Series: Sonority Sisters Mystery #1
Read: July 13th, 2015
Source: Edelweiss for Pump Up Your Book Review Tour
Reason Why: Sounded like a really great book, and it's a Prequel & Sequel Challenge 2015 Book!
Publisher: Witness Impulse
Published: July 7th 2015
4/5 Hearts
4/5 Books
4/5 Stars
Bio:
Hi!  I'm a writer.  And a mom.  And a wife.  And a sniper.  And a pastry chef.  (Any Flight of the Conchords fans?  Anyone?)

I often speak without thinking.  My brain is stuffed full of useless trivia, which is really fun at parties and on blogs (See, above.)  I live in Texas.  I'm a Diet Coke addict, and yes, I know it's poison, and no, I'm not going to stop.  Yo hablo espanol.

But most importantly, I'm a writer.  I write because it's been in my heart since my first grade teacher gave me a pencil, some paper and told me to sit in a closet and write.


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Stops on the Tour:
July 1
Interviewed at Theresa M. Cole
Book reviewed at Undercover Book Reviews

July 2
Book featured at 3 Partners in Shopping

July 3
Book featured at Born to Read Books

July 6
Book featured at In Our Spare Time

July 7
Book featured at What is That Book About

July 8
Book featured at I'm Shelf-ish

July 9
Book featured at Review From Here

July 10
Book featured at Literal Exposure

July 14
Book reviewed at Words I Write Crazy
Book reviewed and Guest blogging at Queen of All She Reads

July 15
Book reviewed at A Peek at My Bookshelf

July 16
Guest blogging at Lori's Reading Corner
Book featured at Chosen By You Book Club

July 17
Book featured at Confessions of a Reader

July 20
Book reviewed at The Paperback Pursuer
July 21
Book reviewed and Guest blogging at Natural Bri
Book reviewed at Storeybook Reviews
Book reviewed and Guest blogging at Paperback Princess

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