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    Ebook ¶ Betrayal PDF/EPUB Á love A former lover has plans to prevent any hope of happiness with her new husband, and after murdering his own best friend and forcing Auria to join his rebellion, the balance between good and evil spirals out of control Can Etienne s tenderness melt Auria s cold heart and heal the pain of their secret pasts Their very survival depends on it."/>
  • ebook
  • Betrayal
  • a.c. Mason
  • English
  • 04 December 2017

Betrayal[EPUB] ✺ Betrayal Author a.c. Mason – Essayreview.co.uk The Aequitas, part angel and demon, have kept the balance between the forces of good and evil until now When Etienne Grant is kidnapped and transformed into an Aequitas, marriage to Auria is the only The Aequitas, part angel and demon, have kept the balance between the forces of good and evil until now When Etienne Grant is kidnapped and transformed into an Aequitas, marriage to Auria is the only thing that will save his soul Auria is a beautiful but efficient Aequitas, a General who wants nothing to do with love A former lover has plans to prevent any hope of happiness with her new husband, and after murdering his own best friend and forcing Auria to join his rebellion, the balance between good and evil spirals out of control Can Etienne s tenderness melt Auria s cold heart and heal the pain of their secret pasts Their very survival depends on it.


About the Author: a.c. Mason

ac Mason or Mason to her friends, is the mother of two amazing children, a daughter y and son y She is a multi published, multi award nominated Multicultural Romance and Mainstream fiction writer Her work has been nominated for six Bookie Awards, two Swirl awards and The AMB Ovation Awards The Angie an inductee to the Academy of AA IR Multicultural Fellows AwardsAn early childhood diagnosis of dyslexia and dysgraphia should have been enough to dissuade her from the pen but her gifted intellect and need to escape the realities of the chaos bombarding her were too strong She vanished into the alternate realities she created to slaying the very real threats she was helpless to stop She lives with the chronic illness of fibromyalgia syndrome FMS , while struggling her way through posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD Born from the union of her Scottish and Belgian mother and an African American and Cherokee father, ac Mason s youth was filled with dichotomies and moving from place to place She developed a curiosity to explore through writing the seedy side of our nature and desires Add to that her fascination with theology, politics, history, horror, and erotica And voila, her distinct voice surfaced Given her own diverse background, she writes stories that represent the world she grew up in She enjoys delving into the realms of the unknown and blurring the caution lines Her stories are the place where darkness meets human desire and fairy tale endings are not promised but earnedShe is fluent in French and English An avid traveler, she has stepped foot on most of Canada, both of the United States seaboards, England and Europe For the past seventeen years of her life, she has worked with one foot in the past spanning from th century, the Bering Strait theory to modern day and now late Victorian, WWII and or protecting Canada s natural landscape She advocates the preservation of our natural and cultural riches for future generations As mother of a child with ASD, she raises her pen, funds, and voice for awareness.


10 thoughts on “Betrayal

  1. says:

    Review provided by Black Lagoon Reviews Aequitas I Betrayal, a.c Mason s first installment in the Aequitas series, was actually nothing like I had expected This story was wholly original with a unique insight into the realm of Angels and Demons that I found fascinating in a market saturated with similar themes.While there were some things that left a bit to be desired, it couldn t obscure the fact that this was an intelligent and original story that left me curious and even eager to knowReview provided by Black Lagoon Reviews Aequitas I Betrayal, a.c Mason s first installment in the Aequitas series, was actually nothing like I had expected This story was wholly original with a unique insight into the realm of Angels and Demons that I found fascinating in a market saturated with similar themes.While there were some things that left a bit to be desired, it couldn t obscure the fact that this was an intelligent and original story that left me curious and even eager to know .The world was actually quite intricate with an original spin that I hadn t really encountered before While the way we are introduced to both the world and the characters was a bit abrupt for my tastes, I did find the idea of these half demon, half angel warriors intriguing The cooperation between these two seemingly antagonistic factions was interesting and I truly loved the dynamics inherent in each species as they blended to create a warrior capable of keeping the balance between good and evil The need to have an anchor, or rather a mate, to ground themselves was an intriguing idea The rituals surrounding this was also something original as it came off asa game of chance, or fate as seemsappropriate However, while Mason quite obviously has a wonderful hold on theology and a highly developed idea of what this novella should be, I was often left a bit confused as I tried to sort out the culture and history surrounding the Aequitas Not to mention the beliefs behind the rituals they performed and what significance they hold to the characters involved Overall, I found the knowledge held by the author was often not passed on as succinctly as it could have been to the reader which would have greatly helped the flow of the novella and helped make it awell rounded story.The characters, like the premise, were also not your typical pair This became evenpronounced as the story progresses and we come to find that nothing is ever quite what it seems An underlying duality soon becomes obvious in the pair as their past histories mingle to create an caustic situation In fact, the duality within the characters was what really captured my interested But, I seem to be getting ahead of myself, so let me start at the beginning Auria, the Aequitas General is sent to locate Etienne, a man destined to join the warrior ranks, is by all accounts a strong warrior with no emotional ties She is comfortably numb and in no hurry to be tied to a male s whims and desires She often comes off as standoff ish and antagonistic, but there is an underlying vulnerability that is plainly evident in her coarse mannerisms Her desire for Etienne leaves her conflicted, on one hand craving him, but on the other resentful when she is bound to him In contrast, Etienne is a caring and devoted man who doesn t want to be tied to Auria simply because he has to be He wants her to want him, to desire him the way that he desires her Steadily he chips away at her resistance eager to know the woman beneath the veneer of strength and scalding wit creating a simmering energy of sexual tension As they slowly come to understand one another, the romance that comes from it is wonderful, but oh so short lived as the hidden dualities within them boils to the surface creating the catalyst for a wonderfully engrossing twist that completely threw me for a loop The surprising twist spurs yetunforeseen results that culminate in some intense action fueled with angst, sadness, with an underlying thread of hope The resulting atmosphere is dark and richly layered to produce a novella that will have you eager to learnabout not only the situation, but the characters as well.So, while this was a good read, there were still a few things that could have greatly improved it and easily turned it in to a great one For instance, I would have liked to see adirect build up of the social structure surrounding the Aequitas Rituals and histories at times seemed a little muddled like I was missing an important piece and the hierarchy of the different species was a little hard to pinpoint The various species of Aequitas was also a notable point that I would have liked to seegreatly explored The richness this offered to the story in the small dose we received was enthralling, but to see that built upwould have been impressive I also would have liked to see a bitworld building, not necessarily development because that s nicely done already What I mean by world builing would beactual exploration of the setting within the world so I could get a feel for the locale For instance, the compound in which the Aequitas live as well as the other environments that the story takes place in Also, on that note, I often was most confused by the passage of time It seemed inconsistent and the locations seemed to change without much warning I think this led to most of my confusion overall and could have used a bittweaking.In the end, this was an interesting and unique novella The thrilling premise left me wanting to knowabout the world, the characters and the battle that is soon to come between the growing factions I quickly became engaged in the characters lives, especially after the major plot twist half way through and was engrossed by the overlying theme of betrayal in all its varying and complex incarnations With lingering questions yet to be answered, I can t wait to read Aequitas II Punishment

  2. says:

    Full review think things moved a little too fast for me There s so much back story on both General and Etienne and we only get the bare minimum That s why I feel like I needroom Not only that, Gabriel, Deimos and others needexplanation in reference to our main characters Full review think things moved a little too fast for me There s so much back story on both General and Etienne and we only get the bare minimum That s why I feel like I needroom Not only that, Gabriel, Deimos and others needexplanation in reference to our main characters

  3. says:

    This is a riveting, can t put down book I actually keep my copy in my sacred book box under my bed This is one of the most amazing books of the new century.

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