Brotherly Love And Betrayal


by Daphne Glenn Robinson
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Date Reviewed:  Apr 23, 2012

Sometimes the loneliest people are married and such is the case with Crystal Moore.  Married to Donnie Moore, a very successful entrepreneur, Crystal often finds she is alone on late nights and weekends while her husband immerses himself in his career.  Her closest friend is her husband’s brother, Stephen, who is also a part of the same business. Stephen doesn’t seem to work the long hours Donnie does and he can’t understand why his brother neglects his wife; although he has a wife he barely spends time with.  When Donnie insists Crystal accompany Stephen on a weeklong business trip, their world is spun off its axis as secrets are revealed.

Daphne Glenn Robinson captured the essence of her characters emotions in BROTHERLY LOVE AND BETRAYAL in such a manner that it made a situation that is normally taboo feel so right.  Donnie’s emotional abandonment and Stephen’s desire for her was thrust upon Crystal prompting her to make a very difficult decision that could possibly compromise her faith.   I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more by this author.


Reviewed by Paula Henderson
of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers


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Paula Henderson Allen is an IT Quality Assurance Manager with a book addiction.  She is the mother of three children and resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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