Betrayal Paperback – September 18, 2008
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About the Author
- Item Weight : 8 ounces
- Paperback : 172 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1440414688
- ISBN-13 : 978-1440414688
- Product Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.39 x 8 inches
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 18, 2008)
- Language: : English
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Then I had the good fortune to meet author Jaimey Grant when we both entered a writing contest. She asked me if I would review one of her books, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It says a lot that I would not only read one of her books but have just finished a third one; Jaimey's characters are well-developed and her plots are entertaining. Minor characters from some of her titles have major roles in others.
I think "Betrayal" is the best of Jaimey Grant's books that I have read so far. Her heroine, Brianna, is not the typical Regency novel bluestocking; she has spent time in a madhouse and in prison. The hero, Adam Prestwick, is hired by her family to return her to them because she has the fortune that they want to spend. Naturally, Adam and Brianna fall in love (this is a romance novel), but there are many obstacles to be overcome during the course of the story.
Jaimey doesn't pull punches about hard situations, even while she writes a "clean" romance. I cannot recommend her books highly enough to fans of the genre ... including my fellow walkaways.
I wanted to know more (exactly what is suppose to happen). I had just downloaded kindle to my iPhone, so how wonderful for me that with a click of a few buttons I had her book in hand.
I only put the iPhone down a few times, but once the kids were gone and I had all Sunday to myself, I stayed in my chair till I had found out all the wonderful details of The handsome Adam and his quick to sarcasm but slightly needy nemesis, Bri.
It was a wonderful story. I wanted to punch the bad guy, slap Adam silly a few times and I believe I yelled out "just tell him already" a few times.
Good characters, good story, and now I must get the books jaimey wrote prior to Betrayal, to answer a few questions that were not made ready about the characters within the pages of Betrayal. Great job with keeping me in suspense and making me return for more.
I do recommend the book Betrayal!