Book Review|The Healers Betrayal|Helen Pryke

The 4th book in The Healers Series, The Healers Betrayal is even more magnificent than those that came previously and they are pretty special too. Today I am sharing my thoughts.

The Healers Betrayal Published 18th November 2021 Publisher Bloodhound Books Edition Paperback Pages 346 Genre Historical fiction/Romance/woman’s fiction Purchase Link

My Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

To be a Healer is a gift and a curse.

The 4th instalment of The Healers Series is by far my absolute favourite. A gift and a curse for each Innocent has never been more true than in this book. Morgana for me is extra special I fell in love with her instantly. The author takes us on yet another magnificent and magical journey  with her vivid and beautiful portrail of life as a healer. Ever present as in all of the books are the wonderful surroundings of the mountains, the Grove and the dragonflies. You really feel like you are right there, can almost touch and smell your surroundings. The danger of being a healer even more apparent in this story, Morgana navigates them with elegance and grit more than most with challenges no other healers have faced before. Does exactly what is says on the cover fully absorbing, getting lost in a beautiful world brought about from a wonderful imagination. 1000% recommend ever single one of the books in this series. Worth every star and more.

About The Author

Helen Pryke is a British author who has been living in the north of Italy for almost 30 years, learning everything about Italians, their culture, and their way of life. She now considers herself more Italian than British, even though she has never lost her British accent. Addicted to coffee and chocolate, she has also developed a passion for good food, having married an Italian who is a wonderful cook!
As well as writing suspense novels, Helen also writes emotional women’s fiction set in Italy that deals with the difficult subject of abuse in a sensitive way.
She also writes middle grade fiction under the pen name, Julia E. Clements. You can find her books here:

When she’s not writing, she works as a proofreader for indie authors and a translator (from Italian to English). She loves reading, and will read anything and everything.

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