Dreux has been locked in stone for nine
out of ten lives. Each life has ended in a horrible death.
He remembers every one of his beloved Kalyss’ lives and
every one of her deaths. He has one chance left to find
eternity in the arms of his love.
Kalyss has been reincarnated nine
times. In each reincarnation she has seen her love die. In
each reincarnation she also has to remember and relive the
past in order to use this knowledge to grow stronger and
hopefully complete the cycle. However, this life has not
been good to her. Is she strong enough to move forward? To
break the spell of betrayal? Or will she end up spending
eternity alone, without her beloved Dreux?
Betrayed is a haunting tale of forever love.
With each life Kalyss has more pain to sort through in order
to move forward. Whereas, Dreux has not forgotten a single
moment of their pain. I loved this book from beginning to
end. Even with the sorrow of the past and the present,
Kalyss and Dreux are strong creatures that fight for what
everyone should have – a love that can last for lifetimes.
Betrayed is a book that ends up with a
permanent spot on the reread shelf in every lifetime.