3 edition of SWEET BETRAYAL found in the catalog.
November 18, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||676|
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The tables are turned here and Candy spends most of the book verbally abusing Cameron for crimes he never committed. On top of First, the hero in this is really nice.
He acts all sardonic and mocking but we're shown a lot more vulnerability, pain, and loneliness than I'm used to seeing in a Hero/5. Sweet Betrayal. With fury raging in his heart, Texas Ranger Adam Prescott rode into Mexico, determined to capture the pillaging general who called himself the Chaparral Fox.
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Sweet Southern Betrayal is the third book in The Boys Are Back In Town series but is my first book to read by Robin Covington. I was a bit worried if reading the third book without reading the first two would affect whether I liked the book or not, but was told I didnt necessarily need to read the book one and two first/5.