True Betrayals

True Betrayals

Book - 1996
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Kelsey Byden grew up believing her mother had died when she was three. Now at twenty-six and freshly divorced, she receives a letter from her mother explaining that she is alive and living on a Virginia horse farm. Deeply strung by lies told to protect her, Kelsey takes her anger out at her college professor father by going to visit her mother, who Kelsey learns spent over ten years in prison for murder.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 1996, c1995.
Edition: Jove ed.
ISBN: 9780425204689
0425204685
9780515152982
Call Number: ROBERTS
Characteristics: 400 p. ; 18 cm
Subjects: Romantic suspense fiction.
Love stories.
Virginia -- Fiction.
Horse racing -- Virginia -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters -- Virginia -- Fiction.

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romance_nerd Aug 25, 2017

I've always had a soft spot for her horse related novels and this was no exception -- I loved it! The way Roberts describes the horses, and the farms, and the racing just makes you want to go buy a horse. She writes such a rich atmosphere in her books and I loved that about this one. Even when we... Read More »


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romance_nerd Aug 25, 2017

I've always had a soft spot for her horse related novels and this was no exception -- I loved it! The way Roberts describes the horses, and the farms, and the racing just makes you want to go buy a horse. She writes such a rich atmosphere in her books and I loved that about this one. Even when we're seeing the uglier side of horse racing, you felt like you really saw into the real world of the Derby and horse breeding.

triptophan Jul 21, 2014

True Betrayals was ok. I only wished that Nora Roberts (the author), would concentrate only on the mystery of the book and not the romance between Kelsey and Gabe. And, the book got a little boring mentioning horse racing for two-hundred pages because I thought it would be exciting. But, it wasn't.

booklady1 Jan 14, 2014

Has far as I can remember, I have been reading since I was three yrs old...and I have to tell you this is my first time reading a book that I don't like not even one of the characters. they have no depth... the sex lack luster...the story-line is not believable, I just didn't feel anything.

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