Before Erotic Romance was the popular and widely loved genre that it is today, author Margaret Bingley (who U.S. readers might know as Marina Anderson) forged a new path in romance with Betrayal, which received next to zero exposure due to her publisher's view that the book was too "graphic" and "troubling" in its sexual content and overall themes. Originally written in 1989, Betrayal has continued to enthrall readers and now it's making its way to U.S. readers for the first time. And you know what that means, right? A new cover! But first, a bit about the story:
Set in the second half of the twentieth century, Lisa Green comes from a world of privilege, but only in the way of wealth, not in love. When a turn of events leaves her single, with an Autistic child to raise, without the means to support herself, Lisa gets stuck in an abusive new relationship that she is desperate to get out of.