Tuesday, April 06, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Dwayne S. Joseph - Betrayal

Betrayal (Urban Renaissance)Dwayne S. Joseph -
Betrayal -
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4 out of 5 books -

When someone betrays you, how would you handle the situation? Would you seek revenge, or would you take it even a step further? Would you make the person pay for their wrongdoings, or would you be able to forgive and forget?

Zeke is a successful entrepreneur who's life is his work. Long hours away from home causes Zeke to neglect his duties at home as a husband. Zeke gets a rude awakening when he receives an anonymous package containing photos of his wife's infidelity. Zeke is out for revenge and is determined to make his wife pay with the ultimate price. Will Zeke go too far and cause his plan to backfire, or will his plan get carried through with life-altering effects?

Sam came from a rough background. After doing several stints in prison, Sam is facing another long prison stay if he gets in any more trouble. On a whim, a robbery takes an interesting twist when the tables are turned on Sam. His life is forever changed, and he is given another opportunity to live again. Sam knows he will forever be indebted to Zeke for all that he has done for him. With the threat of secrets being revealed, Zeke offers Sam a proposition he can’t refuse to turn down. With a lot to lose, Sam is given an ultimatum with little time to make a choice. Whatever decision Sam makes could lead to deadly consequences. Will Sam be able to follow through with the request that is asked of him, or will he risk losing it all?

Betrayal by Dwayne S. Joseph was a definite must read. Being neglectful and oblivious to warning signs can lead to a place no one wants to be. There was definitely a serious lesson learned from the novel: when you become too comfortable, there’s always someone or something waiting to take your place. From the very beginning, I stayed on the edge of my seat with anticipation. I highly recommend Betrayal to all fiction readers, especially fans of Dwayne S. Joseph.

Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews

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