A journey through deception and heartache, Betrayals is one woman’s
struggle to face the truth and learn how to trust and experience love again.
sophomore Lindsey Robinson experiences every woman’s nightmare: she discovers the love of her life
in bed with her best friend. Unable to confront their betrayal, Lindsey flees . . . never looking back
. . . until years later when a student bearing an uncanny resemblance to her college boyfriend enrolls in her summer class.
Lindsey finds herself haunted by suppressed thoughts of her past love. Her resurfaced memories force
her to think of a time and place she has not visited for a very long time, memories of the only man she ever truly loved.
She feels the verve of him inside her as she forces herself to say his name out loud for the first time in fourteen
years: Darcy Walker.
Walker has been haunted for years . . . haunted by a love for Lindsey Robinson, who disappeared the morning after
a night of partying during final’s week. She disappeared from his life, refusing his calls, returning
his letters, finally losing all hope of ever talking to her again . . . until he receives a call from his sister who believes
she has found his long, lost love from college.
is more shameful to mistrust one’s friends than to be deceived by them”
Francois de la Rochefoucauld