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Betrayed: Book Two - The Road to Redemption (Law of the Lycans) (Volume 6) Paperback – May 31, 2014
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Nicky Charles does it again! Betrayed is simply amazing... wonderful characters and raw emotional scenes. --J.A. (Goodreads) You WILL have a book hangover when finished reading!-A.A. (Smashwords) The emotional roller coaster consumes you and drags you ever deeper.--D.D. (Amazon) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Nicky Charles is an independent writer/publisher who became an author quite by accident. She always saw herself as a 'reader not a writer' and can thank-or blame, depending on the day-her friend/editor and fellow author, Jan Gordon, for the career she now finds herself immersed in. The tale goes something like this: It was an idle comment made by Jan during a review of Black Silk (Jan's newly published book) that inspired Nicky to write her first original story. Over the course of the next two months, she hastily scribbled down a suspense driven romance entitled Forever In Time and presented it to the world in August of 2009. Soon after, she wrote The Mating, a paranormal romance and followed it up with The Keeping and The Finding. The three stories formed a loose paranormal trilogy called The Law of the Lycans. Nicky continues to expand the Lycan series and has a long list of possible plots waiting in the wings. Nicky works full time and writes in her off hours, few though they may be! In the next few years she hopes to retire from her day job and concentrate more of her energy on her new passion of writing. When she writes, Nicky sees the story unfolding in her head like a movie and tries to include enough detail so that readers can 'see' the story just as she does. The sights, sounds, smells and sensations of a scene are almost as important to her as the actual plot. Creating main characters that are 'real' is also something she strives for. Nicky tries to make each character different, to give them an interesting backstory, to make their actions and feelings logical and to hopefully make the reader actually care what happens to the persons in the story. Nicky lives in Canada and tries to stick to Canadian spelling and punctuation in her work, in support of her country. She is an avid supporter of animal shelters, nature conservancy, food banks and a variety of other charities. Currently she has two 'inside' cats and one official 'outside' cat though a number of strays seem to take up residence in her garden each year. When not writing, Nicky enjoys reading - though she often bemoans that she seldom has time for it any more. Her favourite authors are Elizabeth Peters, S.C. Stephen and Cherise Sinclair. She also enjoys spending time out in nature, gardening, taking day trips and eating dark chocolate. You can connect with Nicky Charles at her website: www.nickycharles.com
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I love the start of these books...strong characters, both men and women and usually it is lacking 1 or the other. BUT....this female character was just in too many "must be saved" SITUATIONS...too many almost there but not quite...I think throwing Gordie into the mix was TOTALLY RIDICULOUS to the story line and convoluted the prior path the book was taking.
I find her writings to have very strong starts, but as it goes on it feels like the story wavers and then peters out before the end and the ends are thrown together to finish the story.
She writes in the same style as Margaret Liu in that 1 book ends leaving a character out there to start the next book.
I totally enjoyed the earlier books when she was starting out and they were free to read and review, but even rereading the earlier ones it felt changed and disjointed.
I think the old outline for romances was girl needs boy, girl meets boy...girl gets boy...girl loses boy...girl gets boy...this has too many ALMOST gets boy ALMOST loses boy scenarios....too many.
AND I think it is great she sticks with her Canadian roots. Th
I must say this author did do sam justice in the romance department. I like the way she was the aggressor but she wasn't a slut, whore, etc. It was refreshing to say the least.
I did like Damien but he came off as a doormat and that is not a good characteristic. I believe that the fight scene was completely off. he should have fought her without holding back after all she can take anything right? No, there is no way she would've beaten him. i'm all for equality if it goes both ways.
overall I liked it and so 4 stars. please don't make us wait too long for another. =]
This is Damion & Sam’s story. Damion, if you remember, is a rogue wolf whose mate & unborn pup were killed in a fire several books back. Sam is the acting Alpha of the Chicago pack. As a rogue, Damion belongs to no pack. Since the loss of his mate he has wandered the country doing odd jobs & wreaking havoc on the Purists. He goes to Chicago to help his friend Kane Sinclair by checking out the pack there. He ends up taking the place of the rogue who is supposed to act as Sam’s Beta, figuring the best way to get info is from the inside. There is an attraction between Sam & Damion but he fights it believing he must be faithful to his dead mate.
Sam, of course, doesn’t realize that Damion is an imposter & she is falling for him. She thinks he’s helping her prepare for Kane’s take-over attempt while he is actually gathering info for Kane. Meanwhile there are other factors at play that will come between the couple, besides Damion’s loyalty to his lost mate.
This book has all the things all of Nicky’s books have & it is a must read. I won’t go any farther in my description of the book because I don’t want to give too much away. But if you haven’t read these books & you are a fan of werewolves you really should try them. Besides, the first 5 books in the series (The Mating, The Finding, The Keeping, Bonded, & Betrayed: Days of the Rogue) are all free, so what do you have to lose!
I will sink my claws into Book 7 tomorrow. Since I violated 1 book per day clause. I won't be reading any till end of tomorrow.
Apart from character development, the story line, structure, and fluidity are well mantained. I recommend this one to all.