About author, Carol Cassada: Carol Cassada was born and raised in a small town in Virginia. Her love of writing began in high school and continued throughout college. Originally she was going to be a journalist, but decided to following her dream of writing books. Her writing career began in 2010 with the release of her first book Going Home Again. Since then she’s written and published her book series Westmore.
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First off, I’d like to thank Isabella for this opportunity to blog about my book and I hope you will enjoy reading my post.
Today, I’m going to be talking about my latest book Westmore: Betrayal. This is the fifth volume in the Westmore series and as I tell everyone the series is a literary version of a soap opera. The series takes place in the fictional town of Westmore and there’s multiple characters with their own back history and storylines. As with all soap operas, there’s plenty of drama and romance throughout the series. The latest volume deals with the subject of betrayal and one of the characters who faces the temptation of betray is Jacob Reynolds.
Even though Jacob grew up wealthy, his life hasn’t always been easy. His mother died when he was a child and he has a rocky relationship with his father, Stan. Their relationship became estranged when Jacob began dating Alicia Green, who Stan disapproves of. Due to their fighting, Jacob ends up leaving his father’s realty business and goes to work for a rival company. He also becomes engaged to Alicia.
Just when it looks like things are looking up for Jacob, he is thrown for a loop when his ex-fiancée, Courtney Braxton comes back to town. Courtney, who never got over Jacob, starts a mission to win him back. At first, Jacob resists her, but before long his feelings for her return. He soon finds himself torn between Alicia and Courtney, and he must make a difficult decision which will leave one woman heartbroken.
Will Jacob stay with Alicia or will he find happiness with Courtney?
That’s just one of the many questions to be answered in Westmore: Betrayal.