😲😮Sweet Lemony Snickets! Heavens to Betsy!! Well, smack my a@@ and call me Sally!! What in tarnation, did I just read?!😮😲
Siobhan Davis, you never fail to astound me with your writing. Twisted Betrayal is everything the title implies. I thought at the end of Cruel Intentions, this couldn’t get any better. I was riding such a high, that when I started TB, I felt like that high would continue. In fact, I really had to settle myself back down, because the high at the end of Twisted Betrayal was nowhere near the ending in Cruel Intentions. This could be my fault, because I read them back to back, but nonetheless, both were freaking incredible. I am straining my brain trying to figure out how this could possibly end with a happily ever after, because right now, I am gutted.
There is so much tension, betrayal, deceit, drama, suspense, I could feel these characters drowning in all the emotions being thrown around with no end in sight. Just when you think you are going down with them, there’s a little light at the end of the tunnel and you think Abby and Kai are going to get some sort of happiness. But no, Siobhan must say in her head, ‘Oh no, let’s throw them through the ringer again and see what happens’!! I think I have bruises from how many times my jaw hit the floor. What I do know is the my TMJ hurt like the dickens, because of said action. Siobhan Davis…you slay me!!
Some basic principles in this world are we are all born, and will all die, there are people who will always love and protect us, our parents (theoretically), and you can live in three different time dimensions; the past, the present and the future. Abby and Kai experience all these principles, but for them, they aren’t necessarily given.
If you wanted to meet the devil/Lucifer/Satan, all you have to do is read Twisted Betrayal and search ‘Michael Hearst’. Abigail is the unfortunate recipient of having him as a father. He is a vile, maniacal, psychopath with illusions of grandeur topped off with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I despise, Michael Hearst with a passion and as you read, you will begin to understand why. My heart bled for Drew and Abby to have to grow up with this character as a ‘father’ (and I use the term loosely).
I was thoroughly sucked in and invested. Twisted Betrayal grabbed me by the heart and didn’t let go, even long after reading it. It’s been a few days since I read this and I’m still in emotional book hangover. Simply put, if you love emotional reads laden with lots of drama, deceit, and the inability to guess what’s going to happen next, Twisted Betrayal is for you.
*Keep in mind, this is a harsh book, that may not be easy for all to read, but if this kind of stuff doesn’t bother, MUST READ!!*