The #1 New York Times-bestselling author “mixes love and vengeance in this fast-paced . . . romantic thriller” (Publishers Weekly).
In Fern Michaels’ dazzling new novel, a woman devastated by betrayal embarks on a daring quest for justice.
She Lost Everything . . .
Kate and Alex Rocket are blessed with a wonderful marriage and a lovely home. Although Kate can’t have children, she and Alex look upon Sara and Emily, daughters of their good friends Don and Debbie Winter, as part of their family.
Except Hope . . .
With one phone call, everything changes. Sara accuses Alex of a terrible act, opening up a vicious rift between the couples. Kate watches helplessly as her innocent husband is convicted and sent to prison. But when even greater tragedy strikes, Kate’s grief turns to anger, and she discovers an inner strength and steel-edged resolve to clear her husband’s name—and ruin those who destroyed their life together. But Kate’s greatest challenge will be in avenging Alex without losing her chance at a new future—and a precious new love . . .
Praise for Fern Michaels
“Prose so natural that it seems you are witnessing a story rather than reading about it.”—Los Angeles Sunday Times
“Michaels’ Danielle Steel-like fun read has more plot twists than a soap opera, and will keep readers on tenterhooks for the next in the series.”—Booklist
“Michaels just keeps getting better and better with each book . . . She never disappoints.”—RT Book Reviews
Bestseller Michaels (D j Vu) mixes love and vengeance in this fast-paced but somewhat old-fashioned romantic thriller. Alex and Kate Rocket enjoy a rock-solid marriage and a simple life, with wealthy Alex raising golden retrievers and Kate throwing pottery and teaching cooking classes. In contrast, Alex's best friend, Don Winter, and his family struggle to maintain their expensive lifestyle and tolerate one another. When 12-year-old Sara Winter falsely accuses Alex of molesting her, the resulting trial changes the Rockets' lives forever, and Kate sets out to ruin the Winters. Hardly anyone has a cellphone, and Kate blithely "hacks" the computers of banking conglomerates, but the characters are far more believable than the trappings of their story, and a gentle touch of romance will keep readers going through an otherwise brutal recitation of human failings.
The twists and turns just kept coming. It was hard to periodically stop reading.
Betrayal was a really good read! I couldn't put it down- full of unexpected surprises. Get it... You won't be sorry
I couldn't put it down!!