The Betrayed

The Betrayed

by Heather Graham
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Betrayed: A Story Of Three Women 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
MariaD1 More than 1 year ago
I received a complimentary copy of this book as a part of a book tour in exchange for a fair and honest review. Continuing my quest to read more books preparing me for the fall season, I happily picked up the next installment in the Heather Graham’s Krewe of Hunters series.  Set in secluded village of Sleepy Hollow, The Betrayed, gives us the story of Aiden Mahoney, a New York FBI agent, with a missing friend and Maureen “Mo” Deauville, an “expert consultant” on the search and rescue team.  Mo and her wolfhound Rollo, are the search team lucky enough to find Aiden’s dead friend. Ms. Graham does a good job developing Aiden and Mo’s characters and providing the reader with the rich history of the local area, especially the history tied to Washington Irving and his “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” story.  Showcasing the differences between Aiden, a man used to living in the big city, and Mo, a woman who prefers the quiet of a country village, Ms. Graham uses the investigation and their sexual attraction to bring them together.  The secondary characters are also well developed and it was nice seeing the “krewe” members working with an agent who wasn’t comfortable about their involvement or the paranormal angle the case took.  I also enjoyed getting to see Mo’s relationship with Rollo, her wolfhound, because I’ve always had a weak spot when it comes to large dogs. The story’s pace is good and the mystery surrounding the killer’s identity is also well handled.  One thing that was different about this book, at least from the previous book in the series I read, was how the main characters dealt with their “paranormal gift”.  Aiden didn’t really think he had a gift, or if he had a gift he thought it was pretty much dormant and Mo’s gift manifested itself in an unusual way.  I won’t give more details so you can enjoy discovering how her gift worked for yourself. Will Aiden and Mo be able to solve his friend’s murder?  Will their relationship blossom into something more? You’ll have to read The Betrayed to find out.  I enjoyed it and look forward to reading the next book in this series.
sharon1JT More than 1 year ago
Basically, this is the same story as the others, i.e., murder, ghosts and romance. That said, I love these stories about the Krewe and wait impatiently for the next one to be published.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read with an interesting plot. Lots of history but not dull.
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jlgc More than 1 year ago
The Betrayed is book 14 in Heather Graham's Krewe of Hunters paranormal suspense book series. The Krewe of Hunters has a new team member, Aiden Mahoney. Aiden buried his paranormal abilities a long time ago. Aiden is a strong, silent type, unhappy and unwilling to acknowledge his abilities. However, a friend, who has just been murdered, crept into Aiden's dreams. The next day he was sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the friend's disappearance. He meets up with a search and rescue team, Mo Deauville and her Irish Wolfhound, Rollo. Mo has paranormal abilities and talks with ghosts. During their hunt for the killers, they become very close. Aiden doesn't talk about himself much. Mo looks him up on the internet to find out his story. The team Aiden is assigned to have very little presence in this story, although they do come to town to help. I've only missed a few of the books in this series. It's an entertaining, albeit formulaic type of series. This does not distract from the stories. We have a lovely romance building as well as an interesting murder investigation. I liked that there is a twist and it doesn't seem as cut and dried as it looks on the surface. A nice story line with satisfactory characters and an intriguing murder theme. This is a book for adults who like the paranormal romance combo.
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eternalised More than 1 year ago
Aiden and Mo make an interesting pair, but unfortunately it takes a long time for the two of them to connect. Aiden struggles with his abilities, and as thus he makes an intriguing character. The murder mysteries are good too, and as usual, Graham crafts an engaging paranormal mystery. Unfortunately I found it difficult to connect with Aiden and Mo – although interesting, they were also somewhat obnoxious and I doubt I’d like them if they were real people. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
jhamwhit More than 1 year ago
I almost didn't bother to finish this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great characters, great plots and twists, will definitely recommend this book to my friends!
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Once again her writing is excellent as expected !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Always a surprise ending.
KariFRN More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down. Lost lots of sleep but it was worth it. Love this series and Heather Graham. Always greatly enjoy her work.
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jef71 More than 1 year ago
Betrayed by Heather Graham: Enjoyed the book very much. Aiden mahoney is a FBI man and a new member to the Krewe. A very old friend Richard Higsmith visited Aiden in a dream, and the next day Aiden was sent to Sleepy Hollow because Richard had gone missing. Maureen(Mo)Deauville lives in the historic town and works with her dog Rollo. They search for missing people. She is the one to find Richard head . Mo and Aiden explore both past and present events to figure out who betrayed and killed Richard and the others.They discover that they share an unusual trait. The ability to communicate with the dead.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS I did not know Sleepy Hollow was a real town. Sleepy Hollow, New York and Washington Irving story is the setting for this book. I would be freaking out if I found a real head on a statue of the headless horseman in Sleepy Hollow. (Probably if I found one anywhere.) Good setting for this book. It is also October in Sleepy Hollow. Lots of creepy graveyards. The suspense was pretty good. I was leaning toward one of the suspects but others were a surprise. It was scary at times. Richard Highsmith is a politician who was supposed to be speaking at a fundraiser. He was alone for a few minutes and he disappeared. There was lots of security around. They locked the building down. People thought he would go far in politics. I liked the characters. Maureen Mo Deauville and her dog Rollo find the head. Mo and Rollo have a great record for finding the people she is searching for. She likes finding live ones best. She also makes greeting cards. She is single. She also lives in a old house with ghosts. Aiden is a FBI Agent newly assigned to Krewe of Hunters out of New York. He really is not happy to that group. He feels he does not belong with them. He is from the area of Sleepy Hollow. The missing was a friend of his. Their are plenty of suspects that we learn about. Learn a lot about the area and the history. Lots of ghosts in this story. It makes a good interesting book. Did not want to put it down till I had finished reading it. I was given this ebook to read for reviewing. All opinions are mine. Received this from Net Galley and Harlequin.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Becoming a horror story when they scared off the school teacher every one knew who did it some of the best descriptions of food and a harvest party including food try the story of Pumpkin Head where a witch uses a pumpkin for a head for a silly suitor later borrowed by baum also a comedy. Pumpkin head was a term used for a dunce