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A Relative Betrayal When Rachel s marriage had broken up there had been no possibility ofreconciliation Not only had her husband, Matthew Conroy, looked elsewherefor love, but the woman he had chosen was Rachel s own cousin, Barbara Ten years had passed since then and Barbara was now dead As a reluctant guest in her old home, Rachel felt the stirrings of her past love for Matthew But wasn t it too late for them to pick up the pieces of the relationship they once shared And did either of them want to try

About the Author: Anne Mather

Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England She had written all through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the stories changing from children s adventures to torrid gypsy passions Her mother used to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became too untidy, and dispose of them Mildred has always wanted to write which is not to say she has always wanted to be a professional writer One the contrary, for years She wrote only for her own pleasure, and it wasn t until her husband suggested that she ought to send one of her stories to a publisher that they put several publishers names into a hat and pulled one out The trouble was, she never used to finish any of the stories, and Caroline, her first published book as Anne Mather, was the first book she d actually completed She was newly married then, and her daughter was just a baby, and it was quite a job juggling her household chores and scribbling away in exercise books every chance she got Not very professional, as you can see, but that s the way it was The rest as they say in history And now,than 160 books later, she s literally excuse the pun staggered by what happened She also published books as Caroline Fleming or Cardine Fleming Her Anne Mather s novel, Leopard in the Snow, was developed into a 1978 movie.Mildred now has two grown up children, a son and daughter, and two adorable grandchildren, Abigail and Ben.

10 thoughts on “A Relative Betrayal

  1. says:

    This is one of those older intense HP reads with a wonderfully strong heroine If you have an opportunity to read this, I don t think you will regret the time invested But there were a couple of things that did bug me, so here goesI did have trouble getting past the hero s cheating H h meet, fall in love and are happily married, till the family from hell who are jealous of her happiness rip them apart Her cousin sets out to trap

  2. says:

    Ay caramba I can not say I was not warned, and, yes, fellow reviewers, I should have listened but it sounded so deliciously awful Awful, yes Deliciously so, no.I m going for the anemic 2 star some might go much higher due to all the angst but I don t have the energy Another book chockfull of horrible, vile people PLOTThe h has been invited home for her cousin s funeral by her grieving uncle The h would rather not go as her cousin marri

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re A Relative Betrayal Anne Mather outdoes herself in an EPIC trainwreck dumped in an avalanche wrapped in typhoon whacktasticness with this one This one is either a no star or a five star and it all depends on where you fall in the spectrum of HPlandia utter outrageousness and then how willing you are to tolerate a completely and utterly martyred h with NO JUSTICE anywh

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    4 second time This was train wreck Once agin read it packed a punch but it all hinged greatly on the the big reveal It was good and for all the mixed reviews this was good book and the hero Matt DID not cheat, I don t know why few reviewers say this On reread it was eminently clear Lost half star for lack of interactions, it was tragic they were separated for ten years 4.5 first read Sad that meddling family end up spanning for 10 years and the truth came

  6. says:

    Gah This one killed me, and surprisingly so This is one snuck up on me I thought I had already read it and was remarking it when I realized it had slipped past me It s not very different plotwise from many I ve read but it moved methan most of the others You had nasty relatives and a conniving cousin, thus the name, A Relative Betrayal The first half of the book I spent floating along reading about the H h seeing each other again after ten years with little flash

  7. says:

    Could not get passed his cheating before they even divorced

  8. says:

    A great novel about secrets and lies The hero and heroine fell in love and got married, then they split up because she believed the hero was cheating on her with his cousin After the divorce and the miscarriage of her baby due to the stress Her cousin eventually married her ex husband and gave birth to a daughter Now her cousin is dead and the real story of how it all happened is coming out Now nothing can stand in their way or can it

  9. says:

    the dead cousin was devious horribly so but what i condemned harshly was matt actually setting house wid her after his wife left rachel also shud have asked for an explanation instead of running away they really did not care much about each other as they divorced so easily and have been separated for 10 years when the story starts really sad

  10. says:

    Couldn t really get into this book I didn t finish it and wasn t paying enough attention to even understand the storyline.

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