When Ruby discovers what really happened the night of Alan Beauchamp’s murder, one thing becomes very clear: time is running out for the people she loves. As she unravels the web of lies and deceit around her, Ruby reveals an unthinkable truth. One with dire repercussions for all.
Can Ruby pull together all the supernatural aspects of her life to foil a diabolical plot, or will she fall victim to an evil unlike any other she has faced?
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by Amber Lynn Natusch
December 15, 2015
It’s been four years, almost to the day, since Caged, the first installment in the Caged series, was released, and Betrayed FINALLY gives us all the answers we’ve been waiting for. Plus, some answers to questions we didn’t even know we had.
This book brings the entire cast full circle with the series-long story arc. Unfortunately, not everyone can live happily ever after, so trust me when I give you this warning: BRING TISSUES. I actually didn’t sob as badly as I thought I was going to, but I’ve been preparing myself to read this book for MONTHS. Maybe the build up was enough to keep me from ugly crying all over my Kindle.
There are a handful of moments throughout this book that will shock you. Moments which will make you want to reach out and shake the author. You wont see it coming, and it’ll hurt. lol Like, a lot.
The entire time I was reading Betrayed, I was very surprised by the amount of humor the author put into the story. The entire series has built up, each book becoming darker and darker. I expected the final book in the series to be near apocalyptic, but the old Ruby humor you’re used to is still there. If anything, I think she got funnier. 🙂
Overall, BETRAYED was an epic ending to an epic series and I’m beyond sad to see it end. Dont forget, though. This isn’t the end of this world! The author has a spinoff series with 47North called the Unborn series which focuses on the Detroit chapter of the PC. Plus, she’s got something else in the works with this world that I cant spill the beans about just yet. I’ve already started reading it and OMG it’s so good!
Another fantastic installment in the caged universe and I couldn’t think of a better way to wrap up the series. As a reader, there wasn’t anything I would have wanted differently for the characters. Well, there might be a few less dead, but….
The review copy of this book was supplied by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Previous Books in the Caged Series
Previous Books in the Unborn Series
About Amber Lynn Natusch
Amber Lynn Natusch is the author of the bestselling Caged, as well as the Light and Shadow series with Shannon Morton. She was born and raised in Winnipeg, and speaks sarcasm fluently because of her Canadian roots. She loves to dance and sing in her kitchen—much to the detriment of those near her—but spends most of her time running a practice with her husband, raising two small children, and attempting to write when she can lock herself in the bathroom for ten minutes of peace and quiet. She has many hidden talents, most of which should not be mentioned but include putting her foot in her mouth, acting inappropriately when nervous, swearing like a sailor when provoked, and not listening when she should. She’s obsessed with home renovation shows, should never be caffeinated, and loves snow. Amber has a deep seeded fear of clowns and deep water…especially clowns swimming in deep water.
To learn more about Amber and her books, visit www.amberlynnnatusch.com.