A GOLDEN BETRAYAL by Barbara Dunlop
A Golden Betrayal by Barbara Dunlop
Reviewed by Vanessa
Crown Prince Raif Khouri believes that Ann Richardson is in working with the individual that stole the Gold Heart statue that belongs to his family. Raif will do just about anything to get the statue back, including breaking a few laws to obtain what he wants.
Ann has a history with Raif, and she isn’t looking to repeat things, but her traitorous body can’t seem to resist him. Ann isn’t above lying to buy herself time, but she wasn’t counting on the extent Raif would go to, or the fact that she just can’t resist him.
A Golden Betrayal was a quick read that was interesting to watch unfold. The sparks that lit between Raif and Ann were sizzling, but the fact that she tried to outmaneuver him was even better. I never felt that she was truly concerned with what Raif would do to her when he held her captive, and I wasn’t either. Raif came across as doing what he had to do to get what he wanted, yet he really cared about Ann and he was willing to make the ultimate sacrifice in the end. A Golden Betrayal was a light refreshing read, and I was content with the ending of the tale.