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Monday, May 17, 2010

Betrayed by Rhianne Aile

Betrayed by Rhianne Aile
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (265 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: Best Book
Reviewed by: Peppermint

Will Northland's brother, Tristan, went to America to break a centuries-old curse and found love in the most unexpected of places: within the heart of a werewolf. When Will goes to visit, he meets not only Tristan's mate, Benjamin, but their friend Raul, who receives a plea for help from his old werepack: his twin brother, Richard, has gone missing and is possibly under the influence of a witch.

Raul leaves to find his brother, and Will goes with him, offering to use his magic to both locate Richard and protect them all from the threat of dark magic. But when they find him, a totally unexpected passion explodes between Richard and Will, stunning them both. Suddenly, discovering who betrayed Raul and Richard isn't the only challenge. It's now a struggle to solve the mystery so Will can claim Richard's heart just as the wolf has claimed Will as his mate.

Not only did I fall in love with Will and Richard I also fell in love with all of the supporting characters as well. One of the reason I enjoy reading longer stories is because you get to learn so much more about not only the main couple but also the people surrounding them. I just hope the author continues to add more books to this series since she has so many great characters she can give stories of their own. There is not one character in this book that I would not like to see more of.

The one thing I loved about majority of the characters was the fact that they were so caring and dedicated to one another. Because of most of them are werewolves they had a loyalty to not only their mate but also their pack. I also love a strong male character and this story was oozing with them.

I think the entire plot was brilliant. I would have liked to understand more about Sienna’s story and why she did the things she did, but this is a sequel so I have a feeling a lot of what I was missing may have been in the first story. The relationship between Will and Richard is just amazing from beginning to end. I think the best part of the relationship was the paradox between Richards’s human side and his wolf side. I found it interesting that, even though Sienna was able to control Richard’s human side, no one could control his wolf -- a wolf who knew that Will was his mate and would do anything to be with him.

Needless to say I will definitely be going back to read Cursed, the first story in this series, and I truly hope the author will write more books in this series. If so, I'll be first in line for my copy!

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