Betrayal

  • by Fern Michaels
  • Narrated by Joyce Bean
  • 9 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kate and Alex Rocket are blessed with a wonderful marriage and a lovely home. Although Kate is unable to bear children, she and Alex look upon Sara and Emily, affectionate daughters of their good friends Don and Debbie Winter, as part of their family.
With one phone call, everything changes. Sara accuses Alex of a heinous act, opening up a vicious rift between the couples. In a single moment an idyllic all-American life has imploded into an unfathomable nightmare. Kate can only watch helplessly as her innocent husband is convicted and sent to prison. But when even greater tragedy strikes, Kate has no choice but to turn her grief into anger....
Just when her life is as its darkest point, Kate discovers an inner strength and a steel-edged resolve to clear her husband’s name - and ruin the lives of those who destroyed everything she shared with Alex. But Kate’s greatest challenge will be in avenging Alex without losing her chance at a new future - and a precious new love. As long as Kate holds on to her courage and hope, she may not lose everything....

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent

Would you listen to Betrayal again? Why?

No, too many more to listen to...ha.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Betrayal?

The final discovery and realization.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made the want to get right back to it.


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- Leigh "horn"

9 hours and 43 minutes never seemed so long

I have never written a review on audible but I am forced to for Betrayal.

This was the first Fern Michaels book I've read and was expecting a lot more from a New York Times bestselling author. I almost didn't get through this one and I certainly won't read another. The premise of the story is good. The telling is not. Just a few chapters into it I was ready to give up and wanted to suggest the editor (if there even was one) be fired. But the good reviews made me think that there was something better yet to come. I was wrong. The repetitiveness made me crazy. The characters are pathetic and the narrative verbose. The narrator whined and was really quite annoying. There were about two chapters toward the end that seemed hopeful, but alas...

Skip this one and move on to something (anything) better.
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- Kelly

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-28-2011
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio