Winds of Betrayal Books 1 & 2

  • by Jerri Hines
  • Narrated by Allison Cope
  • 10 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Cry for Freedom, Book One.
A rousing family saga for the fight for America's independence!
The winds of change brews over the colonies. Tension against the crown is mounting daily. In Williamsburg, the rebellion burns strong in the hearts of two siblings, Jonathan and Hannah Corbett. Spirited and headstrong, Hannah finds herself thrust in the middle of a conspiracy when her father receives a strange package from Philadelphia. Jonathan, a physician for the Continental Army, is torn between duty and family. With war looming on the horizon, the siblings soon discover there is a high price to be paid for the cry for freedom.
The Saga continues...
Embrace of The Enemy, Book Two
It's a dangerous game you set to play, Miss Corbett. One that can have far worse than deadly consequences!
In the midst of the struggle of America's bid for independence, Hannah Corbett makes a fateful decision, descending into a world of deceit. Spurred by revenge, she heads to New York, setting in motion a dangerous game for which there is no return. Searching desperately for the man who betrayed her family, she faces the cold and brutal reality of the life of a spy. Caught in a web of lies, living with betrayal, she is trapped. She has nowhere to turn except to a man it would be treasonous to love, setting duty and desire at war. Her heart is ripped apart when she must choose between the man who risks his career and life to protect her and the only thing that has remained constant in her life...her belief in her cause.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

great historical accuracy.

I enjoyed the historical accuracy but felt it lacked in the romance. I would still recommend this book. the story was intriguing and kept me wanting to know more.
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- harmenee

Boring narrator. Good story

I enjoyed the story. I believe the historical content to be fairly accurate. However, the ending was anti-climatic as it left the male protagonist just giving up his lover and child too easily. It should have fold us more about what he went to do. It was tied up too quickly at the end
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- Jeannie Anderson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-25-2014
  • Publisher: Jerri Hines