Monday, March 29, 2010

Betrayal by Jaimey Grant

From the Cover:

England 1816. Bri has been running for years. Just when she thinks she may have escaped those pursuing her, she finds herself thrown into Newgate Prison...where Adam finds her. Hired by Bri's family, he is determined to return the heiress posthaste. When it becomes clear that her family does NOT have her best interests at heart, she must accept Adam's help, something her pride will not allow.

Tifferz Take:
I enjoyed this book even though it has to be the darkest book I have read so far. I was surprised that it did not bother me. This is the first book I have read of Jaimey Grant. I can tell you it will not be the last. I felt the characters are very well written and you could understand their feelings and what caused their actions. The story had a really good flow to it and was written really well. (This book did have rape and abuse in it.) I purchased this book.

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  1. Hi! You have no idea how much your review brightened my day. It is a lovely way to start the week. Thank you so much. I am very glad you were able to enjoy the story despite the dark theme. :o)

    Would it be all right with you if I posted this on my website (giving you proper credit as the reviewer, of course)?

    Have a great week!


  2. Jaimey-
    You may post my review on your website!

  3. I LOVE Jaimey's books! Although I think Heartless is my favorite! She's a wonderful author!