The Father's Betrayal

Author: Simone Leigh

Publisher: Coffee Break Erotica

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 171

View: 9058


The Past Unveils…. As the secrets from Charlotte’s past unravel, what are the dangers to her in the present? hat was the relationship between her old enemy Klempner, her lost mother and her murdered father? A Tale of BDSM Ménage Erotic Romance and Suspense at Christmas "It has evil, fear, love, friendship, devotion, loyalty, mystery. This one has it all and will seep into your psyche..."

A Father's Betrayal

Author: Gabriella Gillespie

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781909477186

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 372

View: 1568


Muna and her three sisters were happy children, growing up in Newport South Wales with their English mother and Arabic father. But in 1972 her mother disappeared, setting in motion a chain of events which would forever shatter her seemingly loving family. The young girls would later learn that she had been murdered by their own father. Traumatised and confused, Muna and her sisters were taken abroad under the guise of a holiday, unaware of the horrors that lay ahead. Betrayed by the one person left to protect them, the sisters were unwittingly sold as child brides by their father. Suffering 17 years of horrific abuse at the hands of her father and others, Muna watched helplessly as, one by one, those she loved the most were torn from her, in the most tragic of circumstances. A Father's Betrayal is the unbelievable true story of Muna's desperate battle for survival, on a devastating journey which claimed the lives of her mother and sister, and changed her own life forever.

Veronica - "My Father's Betrayal"

Author: Melanie J. Morgan

Publisher: Archie Comics

ISBN: 1879794543

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 112

View: 2284


Veronica feels crushed and betrayed when she learns her father is planning to tear down Evergreen Forest and build a industrial park, and she and her friends decide to protest to save the forest.

A Father's Betrayal

Author: Chick Lung

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496933877

Category: Fiction

Page: 474

View: 2246


Wendy woke up on the helicopter as it flew through the night in blackness. No lights could be seen and the blades were muffled so that it could fly over someone on the ground a thousand feet below and no sound would be heard by the man on the ground. Something was pressed hard against her left buttock, but Wendy stayed quiet until she knew where she was. She could hear the faint noise of the helicopter and make out the green screen at the front of the helicopter. She soon realized the thing pressing sharply into her buttock was the end of the mounted machinegun's bullets belt. Wendy tried to inch away, but when she did she felt the butt of a rifle smash down on the middle of her right hand almost causing her to pass out from pain. "You move again, and I'll break every finger on your right hand, Wabba." The soldier spat out the name Wabba as if it were a foul word he had to get out of his mouth in a hurry. Wendy never moved for the next hour as she listened to the talk among the soldiers. Getting up the courage she finally spoke to no one in particular. "Where are you taking me?" He didn't break every finger, but she thought he had when the rifle butt again smashed into her hand. This time she did pass out for a few seconds. When she came to, she heard one soldier laughing and saying something about her not lasting too long with old slice and dice. A sliver of pain and fear crawled down her spine at the mention of a name she knew all too well from years of living among the people and hearing the stories of him and Rasafeh Prison.

Her Father's House

Author: Emma Sinclair

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 146688343X

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

View: 8158


Travellan...Her father's ancient Cornish home is the only constant in Jennie Veryan's young life, and Mark Curnow is her only love--though it seems she must lose them both. A proud and old family, the Veryans break up her romance with the land agent's son, for Jennie is the heiress to the estate. Or so it seems. In 1950 an incredible rumour draws Jennie to Singapore, scene of her father's disappearance in the maelstrom of the Japanese occupation. And in her quest to discover the truth of her father's fate she uncovers a secret so shameful it threatens exile from Trevellan for ever. With its richly evoked backgrounds, sweeping narrative and enduring romance HER FATHER'S HOUSE is the long-awaited successor to THE SEVENTH WAVE.

At Any Cost

Author: Rebecca Rosenberg,Selim Algar

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9781250264558

Category: True Crime

Page: 320

View: 6818


Fathers and Sons

Author: Richard Madeley

Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK

ISBN: 9781847370839

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

View: 329


Richard Madeley is fascinated by the speed of change in family life and how being a father has changed since the time of his father and grandfather. In Fathers & Sons, Richard looks back at his own family to illustrate just how far British men's relationships with their sons have moved. Richard's grandfather had a childhood of almost unimaginable betrayal and sadness. His family abandoned him as a child to older relatives and emigrated without telling him. He grew up in a miserable situation and without any positive parenting role models yet managed to marry and have a son of his own. Richard's father was aware of his own father's discomfort and occasional frustration and anger, and grew to understand that this was due to his upbringing. He remembers no affection, or endearments from his dad and was packed off to a desolate boarding school in an echo of his own father's betrayal. In a bucking of the family trend, Richard's mother, a Canadian, introduced more loving and demonstrative relationships which Richard has continued with his own son and step-sons. Both a family story and a wide-ranging look at Britain's evolving social character, Fathers & Sons is a uniquely honest and touching exploration of how our familiesboperate.

A Father's Betrayal

Author: Ashley Williams

Publisher: Crosshouse Publishing

ISBN: 9781934749562

Category: Fiction

Page: 210

View: 1395


He used to call me his son. Now he calls me his prisoner. The nightmare started six years ago when Shakir made the decision to leave home after his Muslim father had threatened to take his life. Chilling memories haunt his mind night after night. The pain of living in an underground hideout with his wife and a small group of Christians only intensifies the fear. Still, he believes that after six years of running, living underground may be the only place in which he can stay alive. The young 18-year-old didn't realize that the fight for his life had only just begun. After a surprise attack, Shakir, his wife Jakira, and two American Christians are taken to a prison owned by Shakir's own father. There they are forced to endure imprisonment, torture, starvation, and constant attacks on their faith from radical Muslims whose greatest desire is to see them destroyed. When their faith is pushed to the edge and their will to live is deteriorating with every tortuous beating, will they break under the pressure or choose to give their all for Christ - even to the point of death? Alone . . . Betrayed . . . Forgotten . . . But faith in God never can be broken.