Betrayed

Betrayed

by Carly Fall

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Overview

After police officer Jeff Waters' wife leaves him, a darkness descends over him, causing anger and hate to to rage within. His self-control is tested both on and off the job, putting his life, as well as the lives of others, in jeopardy.

Liam and Adela, two former Angels of Death, have been reluctantly transformed into Angels of Affection - those angels who help humans fall in love - to assist in the war against the hate taking over Earth and the self-destructive nature of humans.

Their first assignment: to help Jeff Waters find love and save him from the darkness threatening to overtake him.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497555518
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/10/2014
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

Carly Fall is an award-winning author, a wife, a mother and a slave to the dog, Nicky.
She is the author of the Amazon Best Selling Series the Six Saviors, and Contemporary and Paranormal Romance titles Yesterday's Kiss, Time or Money, Against the Ropes and Chica Bella.

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Betrayed 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Roluvsbooks More than 1 year ago
Loved the book Carly did not disappoint !!! So loved all her books . I have the savior series and plan to keep collecting all her work !   
NookluvrRM More than 1 year ago
I received this book free for an honest review.  I'm a huge fan of Carly's "Six Savior's" series so when I found out she was starting something new I was excited to check it out.  I have to say that once again Carly doesn't disappoint.  The concept that Carly put together with the Angels of Affection is fantastic.  I loved the characters of Liam and Adela.  They play off of each other well.  Liam is a sexy, sarcastic, and at times obnoxious guy (let's not forget womanizing) who loves trying to get under Adela's skin.  She comes across as cool, aloof, and very tough but buried far underneath she is soft and caring.  As the book progressed and their back story began to come out I could feel their personal pain.  The changes that take place within their characters and their dynamic with one another is great.  And then there is Jeff, the guy they are supposed to help after getting dumped by his wife.  Anybody would be upset in that situation but his pain and anger were palpable while reading the book.  I just wanted to be able to reach out and help him.  Anxiously awaiting book 2 to see where Liam and Adela go from here.  
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Suzanne Cowles for Readers' Favorite Betrayed (Angels of Affection) by Carly Fall is an enjoyable Romance/Sci-Fi/Fantasy fiction story, book one of a series about protagonist Liam, an Australian firefighter who dies on the job. Unfortunately for Liam, his life on Earth has been less than noble. Upon arriving in the afterlife, he is given an assignment to do some good in the world where mankind is out of balance. Paired with another Angel of Affection, a witch who was hanged, Liam and Adele are sent back to Earth as humans to try to turn a police officer’s heart from cold stone. Jeff was cheated on by his wife and abandoned, leaving him angry and mistrustful of others. Liam also has trouble while there in resisting his carnal desires. He sexually harasses Adele, who wants nothing to do with him. It seems as though his focus on his libido is a way to squash his grief for accidentally killing his wife in a car accident. The duo of angels makes some mistakes along the way, but ultimately does their atonement work under the supervision of another angel who acts a bit like their mother. They try to get Jeff back together with his estranged wife, but plans drastically change in the end. Carly Fall uses her craft as a writer to describe Heaven, where souls are segregated into areas based on the life they led. In Betrayed (Angels of Affection), Fall uses third person to paint a broad view of the various characters lives. The story plot moves along quickly and is a fun, easy read. Interspersed throughout are a few romantic encounters and personal victories for the main characters, all the while leading to a delightful conclusion.