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Publisher's Summary

In Betrayed (book three in the Vampire Journals), Caitlin Paine awakes from a deep coma to discover she has been turned. Now a true, full-bred vampire, she marvels at her new powers, including her ability to fly, and her superhuman strength. She finds that her true love, Caleb, is still by her side, waiting patiently for her to recover. She has everything she could dream of.
Until it all, suddenly, goes terribly wrong.
Caitlin is horrified to discover Caleb with his ex-wife, Sera, and before Caleb has a chance to explain, Caitlin tells him to leave. Heartbroken, confused, Caitlin wants to curl up and die, her only consolation being in her wolf-pup Rose.
Caitlin also finds consolation in her new surroundings. She finds she has been placed on a hidden island in the Hudson River - Pollepel - amidst an elite coven of teenage vampires, boys and girls alike, 24 in all, including her. She learns that this is a place for outcasts, just like her, and as she meets her new best friend, Polly, and begins her training in elite vampire combat, she realizes that she might finally have a place to call home.
But a major vampire war is looming, and her brother Sam is still out there, kidnapped by Samantha. The evil Kyle, too, now wielding the mythical Sword, is still on the warpath, and he will stop at nothing to wipe out New York. Caitlin, despite her new home, and despite her finding a new love interest in the elusive vampire Blake, knows that she can only stay on this island for so long before her destiny calls. After all, she is still the One, and all eyes still look to her to find her father and the other weapon that might save them all.
Torn between her new friends and her lingering feelings for Caleb, she must come to decide where her true loyalties lie, and whether she is willing to risk it all to try to find Caleb and have him in her life once again....
©2012 Morgan Rice (P)2013 Morgan Rice
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Critic Reviews

“The cliffhanger at the end of Betrayed will leave the reader panting for more, and Betrayed receives a solid A for its face paced read, and imaginative story.” ( The Dallas Examiner)
Betrayed has good romance, a strong plot, lots of action, and a very quick pace. There are so many wonderful surprises that you will not want to stop reading it until the very end.” ( The Romance Reviews)
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5 out of 5 stars
By angela minor on 05-28-18

youthful and nieve

the love of a 2 youth leads to destruction heartache and misery. the love of to either leads to vengeance Revenge and stupidity 4 another. is it truly love or is it obsession one must read to find outl

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jessie powell on 12-18-17

love it

love it I can listen to this books one day for 1 book must read

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3 out of 5 stars
By Millsy on 04-25-18

Terrible role model

I enjoy many different vampire stories and this particular story is reasonably interesting BUT even though I’m a guy, I find it incredibly frustrating how so many of these authors write about potentially strong female heroine characters and yes they are usually physically strong but so often are they stupid and naive. In the case of this series, Morgan Rice has created a strong female lead but she has made her so incredibly stupid and irrational and a terrible role model particularly for young girls. I certainly wouldn’t recommend this book series to any young teen as it creates a perception that young females should react in such irrational, closed off ways, not allowing any exploration of a range of views and perspectives but instead being closed off to perspectives other than their immediate thoughts after an event. Terrible role model but not unique to this author.

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