"Weekend Warriors" is the first book in author Fern Michaels' series of novels known as "The Sisterhood Series." "Weekend Warriors" was published in 2003. As of 2015, there are 26 novels in "The Sisterhood Series."
The main character in the series is Myra Rutledge, a smart, wealthy woman in her 60s who formed The Sisterhood to avenge the death of her daughter, Barbara, who was killed by a Chinese politician with diplomatic immunity. The Sisterhood helps others whom the legal system has failed to obtain justice.
Michael's second book in the series was "Payback" followed by "Vendetta," "The Jury," "Sweet Revenge," "Lethal Justice" and 20 other titles as of 2015. The 26th installment, "Point Blank" was published in 2015. Michaels also writes two related series of novels: "The Men of the Sisterhood Series" and "The Godmother Series."
Michaels is among the top 100 bestselling authors on Amazon.com. She is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with more than 70 million books in print. Mary Ruth Kuczkir is Michaels' real name. She began writing after her youngest of five children started kindergarten. Her husband urged her to find a job, and rather than face the workforce, she decided to write a book.