Throwback Thursday is hosted by Renee of It’s Book Talk. This meme was created to share old favorites and/or books published over a year ago. Today I’m going to be sharing Betrayed by Donnell Ann Bell.
Why I chose this book:
I won this book in a giveaway a few years ago and I started reading it without much prior knowledge of the author. It drew me right in. The author’s voice and writing style spoke to me. I just connected with it.
I liked the short chapters, how she depicted the characters, and although this was not a humorous book, there were funny parts that I just got, if that makes sense. I read it four years ago and I still remember it fondly. It’s definitely still a favorite. It was a keeper and I still have it. See my review of it here.
Have you ever heard of or read any of Donnell Ann Bell’s books? Please feel free to share.
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Betrayed by Donnell Ann Bell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I LOVED this book!! Donnell Ann Bell has gained my respect as a suspense writer. In fact, she sets the bar high for all writers of suspense. With a tagline that reads “Irene Turner may become Mommie Deadest,” who wouldn’t be tempted to delve into this book? Betrayed kept me riveted from beginning to end. The characters were well developed and believable, and I laughed out loud several times at the witty cop banter that transpired between two of the key characters throughout the book. There wasn’t an over abundance of swearing which I appreciated, just what might be expected in a book that contains drug runners and police officers. If you’re looking for a great book that’s full of suspense and a dose of humor that compliments your reading experience, Donnell Ann Bell’s BETRAYED fits the bill. You won’t be disappointed.
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