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Leah Ebersol rejoices in her coming baptism and marriage. Her joy is clouded, though, when she learns of a secret sin that her older sister, Sadie, has committed. If Sadie does not confess and repent, Leah must tell the church elders, or risk sacrificing her own conscience and reputation. The Betrayal is a CBA best seller from an award-winning inspirational author.
©2003 Beverly Lewis; (P)2003 Recorded Books LLC

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  • Susan
  • Balch Springs, TX, United States
  • 07-13-09

a non stop listen

i was mesmerized all the way to the prodigal

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Stevon
  • Tempe, AZ, United States
  • 10-13-09

a nice story

This is my first Lewis after reading in the Wall STreet Journal that she wrote stories about the Amish. This was a good story, a make you feel good kind of story. The Amish have one commonality with we Englishers, we are all human beings, imperfect yet our very natures feel the good and bad in life. I enjoyed this book, I'm sure I listen to the author again.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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not for me

This story was excruciating and I don't know why I finished it. I was hoping that it would get better. In fairness, I did get a glimpse of Amish life and learned of customs/ traditions. The language was true to Amish speech, but you will find it boring if you are accustomed to modern life and lingo. Read this book to learn about Amish life, but if you are trying to find a juicy betrayal story, you must look else where.

1 of 5 people found this review helpful