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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Betrayals by Lili St. Betrayals Strange Angels 2 by Lili St. Lilith Saintcrow Goodreads Author. So what else is new? And with all eyes on her, discovering a traitor within the Order could mean a lot more than social suicide Can Dru survive long enough to find out who has betrayed her trust—and maybe even her heart?

Strange Angels and Betrayals

Paperbackpages. Published November 17th by Razorbill first published October 29th Dru AndersonChristophe ReynardGraves. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Betrayalsplease sign up. Is there romance in this book? Sr.crow There is tension between characters that will certainly lead to more.

Would it be okay if Lill skip this book in the series and continue with 3 Jealousy? Bridget I would read each book in the series. These are not stand alone. See 2 questions about Betrayals…. Lists with This Book.

Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow

May 20, Kat Kennedy rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked this book a lot better than its predecessor. There was far less stupid questions and actions by the characters that made me want to tear out my hair. Dru is resourceful and st.croa in this book.

The action what there is of it is far better described and played out. There’s a few interesting twists to keep you guessing.

I enjoy the characters of Graves and Christoph and the bevy of other characters introduced. There isn’t much to say other than the fact that the lack of any real story progre I liked this book a lot better than its predecessor. There isn’t much to say other than the fact that the lack of any real story progress or further progression really annoyed me.

One more thing I wanted to add that is a culmination of a lot of other series that I’ve read. Why are other women always evil bitches? Why can’t our female heroines stand up to a little competition? Dru is the only woman in a male world. Oh, except for one who is so egotistical, she wants to kill Dru for stealing her spotlight. Georgina Kincaid series kind of does this as well.

Of course nobody else can be quiet as awesome as Georgina. Pretty much every other woman is laughably inferior in every way. Anita Blake is the absolute worst at this! She’s all about betraysls and crap but pretty much every other woman in that series is a psycho, a slut or a bitch.


Not one betratals nice woman. In Hush Hush Nora had a best friend but Vee’s curves which Nora commented on so often and she’s made out to be such a stupid cow that of course, you hate her. In the second book, Stolen, another woman injects herself to get attention like Elena has. She’s a complete psycho. And the witchbitch that argues with Elena and is the focus for the next few books – dt.crow of course she can’t be helpful and nice. She has to be a glory-hungry bitch who makes Elena’s life more difficult!

Why are other women our enemies? Why are we taught to despise them and look down on them in our media? I just don’t get it View all 4 comments.

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Jan 17, Emily Bates rated it did not like it. So, Betrayals is the sequel to Strange Angels, and I have to say I was just as disappointed with this one as the first. Both books could have been a hell of alot shorter without the constant betraywls excessive need for repetition, it drove me insane!! Do we really need to be told constantly about inane objects Dad’s billfold, mom’s locket, mom’s swords, etc, etc?

There is constant repetition running through every theme st.ccrow the book, even down to repeating whole chunks from the first book. I also fou So, Betrayals is the sequel to Strange Angels, and I have to say I was just as disappointed with this one as the first. I also found it very annoying the way the author over-describes everything; how many times do we need to be told what Graves looks like?

I get it, he has dyed black hair, has a beaky nose and is a goth!! Also, we still don’t know what Dru is short for, but at this point I don’t actually care. Actually, I don’t care about Dru at all. She’s a horrible little madam, who is not grateful to anyone for saving her life at every turn, least of all Christophe who has saved her butt more times than I care to write about.

So by now, I guess you are asking, why is she bothering to read these books at all, if she hates them so much? Well, the only way I can describe it is, you know how some people drive past a car crash, and they really don’t want to look at it, but they can’t keep from staring? This is what is feels like for me. Underneath all the crap writing, over descriptive repetition, there may actually be a story, I may be wrongbut now I’ve started I kind of want to see if we do get answers the questions.

Lili St Crow – if you read your reviews – please, please stop with the over-description, and add in some more dialogue, I can’t bear to spend anymore time in Dru’s head obsessing over the same crap! Betrayals did what its title suggests. Honestly, I expected much more and it just left me disappointed. It felt like all the character had a pretty hard case of OOC plague and I can’t say I liked any of them here.


Dru entirely lost her badassery and the tough girl from the first book disappeared and became a total weakling. It felt like she had an identity crisis actually, which very well may have been true. The only thing I thought was interestingly written at the beginning was the portrayal of Betrayals did what its title suggests.

Graves wasn’t the shy sweet guy from Strange Angels anymore and I felt like his change was way too fast and way too much.

Strange Angels and Betrayals (Strange Angels) by Lili St. Crow

And as for Christoph, I lean toward hatred of his character more now. There is also only one other main female character aside for the heroine and let me tell you, she’s not portrayed in the best light. The first book lacked any other female character whatsoever and now it’s not much better either. The writing style was as annoying as in the first book, Dru had still too much of her internal monologues and for someone who thought herself clever, she actually suffered TSTL syndrome most of the time.

The plot was way slower and less messy than in the first book, but again the world building wasn’t explained.

And I gave up all hope that the author made the world clearer and more pronounced in the sequels. I guess I will be continuing this series to see what I’ll think of it overall, but by now I don’t really recommend this book, except for big PNR fans.

There’s just nothing that makes this series distinctive from so many other books from this genre. Feb 05, Tiffany rated it really liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. I am enjoying this series despite the large amount of profanity. Some of my questions were answered but mostly I gathered tons more. I enjoy the characters. I like Dru and I am excited for her to Bloom and see what she is fully capable of.

I can’t wait for the next book. Now of have luli thinking some about Christophe and it has spun a lot of questions in my mind. At this point there might be some spoilers in the rest of my venting. I have even betryaals the idea that maybe Christophe is Dru’s father. In Strange Angels I just thought he had feelings for the mom but in Betrayals I am starting to think there is a possibility it might be more. Yes there are questions to this idea like the scene in the boat house.

Yes it might have been an intense stcrow and the author might have suggested something about Christophe’s during that scene but it was hard to know exactly.