Series: Cunningham Security #8
Genre: Contemporary Romance with a touch of suspense
Quinn Jacobs wasn’t sure she agreed. After all, she had everything she needed—the perfect marriage, loads of cash, and not a care in the world. So, it never dawned on her that she’d end up in her current situation.
Deceived and divorced.
After being betrayed by her husband and best friend, Quinn has no choice but to pick herself up and move on.
Tyson Reed might not have millions, but he’s got one thing money can’t buy.
In the form of a large, loud, in-his-business family and dozens of friends. They’re all his, and he wouldn’t dream of changing that.
The last thing Quinn needs is to hop into another relationship, but when Tyson shows up to install her new security system, she finds him irresistibly charming. As Quinn tries to find a way trust a man again, Tyson works to heal her battered heart.
And as the sting of betrayal begins to fade, Quinn learns that loyalty is something that can never be bought.
Tanya Rae’s rating: 5 of 5 stars
Betrayed is the 8th book in the Cunningham Security series. This not a cheating romance. Quinn Jacobs was cheated on and now she needs to be able to get over the heartache.
Quinn isn’t sure she is ready to start dating and definitely not ready to start another relationship or if she would ever be ready to start another relationship. But when Tyson Reed comes along she can’t seem to resist him. Tyson has a ways to go but he is her cure.
I loved reading Quinn and Tyson’s story. If you love romance stories then pick up a copy of Betrayed. I love reading A.K. Evans books and this series!
While Andrea continues to help administratively with her husband’s businesses, she spends most of her time writing and homeschooling her two boys. When she finds scraps of spare time, Evans enjoys reading, doing yoga, watching NY Rangers hockey, dancing, and vacationing with her family. Andrea, her husband, and her children are currently working on taking road trips to visit all 50 states (though, Alaska and Hawaii might require flights).