Leslie Cavanaugh enjoys the perfect life in West Palm, Florida. She has the best husband, daughter, and career anyone could ask for. Yet when her shameful past is exposed, she and everyone she holds dear are soon caught in a dramatic maelstrom. The Great Betrayal is an emotionally charged, irresistibly sensual tale of duplicity.More
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It was very well written but I didn't like the character Leslie at all. She was very weak, always crying, a coward, and self centered. It was all about how she felt about the death of her husband. She didn't think of anyone besides herself and made the same mistakes over and over hurting the people that did love her. I hated the way the author implied that Leslie should receive sympathy. Life goes on. Trajedy happens and you learn to move on. You don't use a trajedy as a reason to continuously be in a state of self pity and that was what Leslie was.
I didn't care for this one that much because I just really disliked the main character Leslie because of her actions.
Yes, every character was very well defined.