|Plot Summary of Betrayed: Fingerprints 5|
|"Rae just had the most amazing kiss of her life - from Anthony, the guy who always treated her like nothing more than a friend. However, he did just save her life from the kidnappers who had snatched her and Yana so maybe he didn't really mean it. After all, it seems that Rae is always causing Anthony trouble and he spends a lot of time bailing her out, but he seemed to really care about her. Rae knows that Anthony regrets the kiss when he totally keeps his distance from her, which sucks, because she really needs his help right now. She knows that guy who kidnapped her has been watching her, taking pictures of her, and she had even talked to him once! Rae can't even turn to Yana for help because Yana thinks that Rae betrayed a confidence and that Rae can't be trusted. She has never felt so alone...
Anthony knows that girls like Rae don't go out with guys like him. They go out with guys like Marcus, gorgeous, rich, perfect. He is really into Rae, but doesn't think he has a chance, so he takes Yana up on her offer and soon finds himself spending most of his time with her. When he isn't sucking face with Yana, he feels guilty about Rae, but doesn't know what he can do for her. Rae turns to Jesse, the boy she rescued from kidnapping in book #2 for help and drags him down to the Wilton Community Center to try and find out more about its secrets. She discovers a secret experimental lab in the basement and knows that the guy, Aiden Matthews, that she met there earlier knows a lot more than he is telling. But when Jesse is hit with a tranq dart, she knows that she cannot keep putting her friends in danger, even if it means trying to find out the rest of her mother's secrets on her own with a killer chasing after her...
This is fifth book in the Fingerprints series and takes place right after that stunning kiss at the end of the fourth book. The book totally keeps you going on the story and you really want to know what is going to happen with Rae's mother and with Rae and Anthony. If you haven't read all of the other books, though, it may not make a lot of sense to you. I highly recommend reading the other books in the series first and be prepared to read the ones after this one too because you'll never know what is going to happen otherwise!
Debbie, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Betrayed: Fingerprints 5|
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Time/era of story
Kids growing up/acting up?
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Age 11-14
Age group of kid(s) in story:
- high school
Something wrong upstairs/downstairs?
- mental illness
Parents/lack of parents problem?
- Momma gone
- guy chasing
- a teen
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Magical/mental powers of main character:
- can read emotions
- White (American)
- Super sensitive soggy jelly muffin
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- 3 ()
- scientific labs
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- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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