‘Michaela Betrayed’ is the ninth work published by Australian author, Margaret Lynette Sharp.
The heroine, Michaela, is a young and gifted music student, the recipient of a prestigious scholarship, compelled to choose between staying with her first love and apparent soulmate, Thomas, and crossing the globe to pursue her academic and professional ambitions. What part of those ambitions are truly her own, and what part submission to the desires of her parents, Michaela isn’t sure. Her father, whose own career as a concert pianist was cut short by a disabling accident, is certainly determined to see that Michaela goes on to perform in his stead.
Unexpected developments both back in Australia and in her new home in London, lead to conflict, intrigue and a battle on several fronts, not least of which is that of her own heart.
Also included in this volume is a selection of romantic vignettes and lengthier stories taken from Margaret’s previously published (and well- reviewed) titles.
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