Betrayed is the second book in the House of Night series and, sadly, the author hasn’t learned from many of her mistakes. There’s a little scattering of character development but there’s too many plotlines and the whole book just feels messy as a result. Don’t even get me started on the love-square around the main character. I don’t know which boy is worse: the creep, the dumbass-in-distress or Mr-Too-Perfect.
That’s the short version. Here’s the long version.