Title: Double Betrayal
Author: Ada Frost
Synopsis: Emily’s life had three basic rules, love her family fiercely. Never expect forever and most importantly, shield her heart from pain. At a tender age she had learned love is not forever, sex destroys and if you don’t invest your heart, it can never be broken. She played life safe.
All it takes though, is one moment, a defining light in the perpetual darkness to bring life into your heart. For Emily, it was a night she would never forget, an ordinary evening of dancing, drinking and if she was in the mood, a brief one night stand. But then he beguiled her. His emerald eyes captivated and enslaved her to him.
What Emily didn’t anticipate was the mysterious giant to sit beside her and rock her foundations. His dirty mouth and sexy innuendos intrigued her. The green eyed Adonis took her for the ride of her life. One she would never forget. He intertwined himself into her life and captured her soul.
But the illusion of beauty can hide a broken past. And as the lovers fall deeper, the darkness leeches into the light, suffocating and destroying all within its path. Until there is nothing left but betrayal and shattered hearts.
Due to sexual content, it may not be suitable for readers under the age of 18 years old.
Double Betrayal is the third book in Surviving series. I’ve read all three books, and I must say that with each book I’m even more blown away than the last time, something I didn’t think was possible. I don’t know how Ada does it, but she has a way of telling a story that makes me a blubbering mess to all happy smiles. Double Betrayal sucked me in at the very beginning, just like the other books in this series. Once you read the first few pages in an Ada Frost book, you are hooked!
This is the story of Will and Emily. I think that Will might just be my favorite character yet. He’s a strong, sexy man who is also a bit of a dirty talker. Emily has suffered a previous devastating heartache, and has her heart guarded. She wants nothing to do with love anymore. But she doesn’t count on a sexy American rocking her world. I loved watching these two characters come together and overcome their pasts together! Ada did a fantastic job with making the scenes realistic and always keeping you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next!
I definitely recommend this book!