The Betrayal (Abram's Daughters Series #2)

The Betrayal (Abram's Daughters Series #2)

by Beverly Lewis
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Betrayal 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 61 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This second installment of Abram's Daughters is another compellung book in the series! I especially like how even though the book is mostly about the 2 eldest girls, you get some storyline for the twins that shows you how THEIR story is fleshing out for the books to come. I disagree with Weeze's review comparing this family to the Conners in the show Roseanne -- The family (especially the parents Ida & Abram) dont fight nearly as much as Dan & Rosanne; also Wheeze compared Sadie to Darlene, & Leah to Becky ... but Leah is NOT like either! Also it was the eldest, Becky who ran away (not Darlene), so Becky is more like Sadie in my opinion! This book is more melancholy than the first, but that is to be expected in a book titled "The Betrayal"! I was even angry at a few of the characters, and ached for the others. I was surprized to be so upset at the actions Abram, the father. Im hoping for a lot of healing to take place inthe upcomming books! Finally, I am very pleased the the problem with the first book's formatting (at least in the e-book) has been absent in this book!!! Now when a change of scene or character occurs, there is a larger division between those paragraphs.
wheeze More than 1 year ago
There is something about this series that you can't stop thinking about. It isn't a hard read, nothing challenging or anything, but the way Beverly Lewis writes, you just get pulled in. In The Betrayal, this Amish family reminds me of the Roseannes (yes, the t.v. show). There is Ida and Ambram, your Dan and Roseanne. Their love is apparent, but they don't always show it. They run into their own issues between their daughters, and pick sides on what exactly to do. Yet, they always will love each other. Then, it's Sadie, their oldest daughter. Think of her as Darlene, the break away child. She has her own secrets to hide, with her problems for her recent Rumspringa, nothing but trouble follows her. She breaks away from the family, and decides to make a choice that could ultimately shunned. Leah, the secondest oldest, is your Becky. She doesn't always seem to fit into place, and has man troubles on her own...... I highly suggest you follow up with the series and read THE BETRAYAL, it's definitely a page turner, as you dig deeper into the Ebersol family.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful, Moving, Really shows the dynamics within the Amish Family and how they relate to the Community.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have one question: can they just communicate. If they would talk to one another things would go so much better. Sadie needs to get over it, Leah did the right thing.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The second novel in the Abram's Daughters Series was great reading. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
charws More than 1 year ago
I have read all of the Amish romance novels by Beverly Lewis....and I love them all. But this series is by far my favorite. A must read for all those who like/love the Amish romance novels, which are good and clean reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was so nice to read some Christian books for a change. Keep up the good work,also their food sounds yummy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good, clean read. Enjoyable. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seeing Amish every day as I do, I love these books.
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TammyK1 More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this one down. The whole series is a delight.
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