Betrayed By Trust Review

Check out this review that gave Betrayed by Trust 4.5 out of 5 stars! Read the excerpt below, then head over to Book Binge to see what else Judith has to say.

Betrayed by Trust final coverWhat does one do when a trusted friend betrays that trust?  Where does one turn when the friend you thought supported your efforts to find your sister’s killer pulls the rug out from under you?  Such were the thoughts of Catherine Morrissey as she realized that the very person to whom she had opened her mind and heart, with whom she had shared memories and feelings, was the very person who exposed the raw hurt of her family to the Washington, D.C. public.  Now Catherine feels like she is on her own, yet really doesn’t know the insiders and outsiders in American government so she feels like she is traveling blind.  She is even more confused when she receives mysterious anonymous notes giving her advice that scares her half to death.

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RT Book Reviews – Betrayed by Trust

Check out this review of Betrayed by Trust at RT Book Reviews!

Betrayed by Trust final coverSmall sampling:

This is a story full of intrigue and betrayal, with characters that may or may not be trustworthy. Add to this an underlying theme of family that grounds the players in what’s truly important and this book is a winner.

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Night Owl Romance review of SOE

SonoftheEnemyFinalCoverSon of the Enemy is a Night Owl Top Pick with 4 1/2 stars!

Here’s some of what they had to say about it:

The chemistry between John and Hannah is off the charts. Their relationship is very realistic in its portrayal. I loved how slowly the relationship built and how each of them was unsure of the other. While the sex was hot and steamy, it was not the main focus of the book.

Overall, this was a fantastic book. The mystery was interesting and all of the secondary characters helped to draw you into the story.


Guilty Pleasures Review of Son of the Enemy

Son of the Enemy was reviewd on the Guily Pleasures Book Reviews website!

Here’s some of what they have to say:

“This is the first book I have read of Ms. Barrons and let me just tell you she knows how to pull a reader into a world full of secrets, suspense, heartbreak and passion. This book had all of the elements I crave in a romantic suspense” ~ Rhayne, Guilty Pleasures

Head over there to read the rest! Let me know what you think!

Review of Wrongfully Accused

Here’s what Kathy Altman from  USA Today’s HEA blog had to say about Wrongfully Accused.


Why you should read it: Six sentences in I realized I would not be putting this book down until I’d read the final page. Not only was I held rapt by the suspense-filled scene unfolding in front of me, but I had it bad for the hero. Or I did, until theWrongfully Accused part kicked in — then of course I had to keep reading to find out how Kate is vindicated, and how Gabe gets his comeuppance. Then there was the little matter of the villain’s identity — and all I have to say about that is that this author is delightfully diabolical.

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Review of Wrongfully Accused on All About Romance

Wrongfully Accused takes place in Washington, DC.

 Check out this review, I think it’s pretty cool. I’d be interested to know what you think.



As a romantic suspense debut, Wrongfully Accused comes on strong. Set in Washington DC, the plot involves a convoluted string of events involving everything from political maneuvering to adultery to terrorism. A likable heroine and intricate plotting carry the book and even if the events described sometimes seem rather fantastic, the author lays out her story in a way that kept me flying right through it. When I finished, I realized that I really wanted to see where this author will go next.



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