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Convicted - Aleatha Romig
Convicted
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There were still lessons to learn and consequences for the truth! When Claire Nichols met Anthony Rawlings, she didn’t know they had a past, or that he had plans for her future. Over time, the role of teacher changed—games became reality—and domination turned to desire. Despite an insurmountable... show more
There were still lessons to learn and consequences for the truth!
When Claire Nichols met Anthony Rawlings, she didn’t know they had a past, or that he had plans for her future. Over time, the role of teacher changed—games became reality—and domination turned to desire. Despite an insurmountable history, Claire and Tony found their way back to one another.

Just when they seemed to have it all—love, respect, and the promise of a family—the game master exposed the truth. Claire’s world once again spun out of control. Unwilling to allow her child to suffer the consequences of an old vendetta, Claire fled...

At one time, Claire was held captive in an opulent mansion—then her incarceration was a cell inside a state penitentiary. Was her new prison—a tropical island—truly less lonely? Perhaps that was the game master’s plan, all along?

Who will save Claire from her oldest nightmare and her newest reality? Will it be Tony? Can he forgive her for leaving him—again? Harry? Will he utilize previously unknown connections to save the woman who infiltrates his thoughts? Maybe Phil? Will his devotion in keeping Claire and her child safe be rewarded?

As the cards are played—sins of the past, innocent victims, and truths are revealed. With compartmentalization no longer an option, is the reality too much? Could there be an even worse isolation?

With the game master dealing from a stacked deck, can this new high-stakes game possibly be won?

When it’s all over and their cards are on the table—SOME will discover their bets were too high—they have nothing left to lose—ALL will learn the crucial lesson—the most important rule—there are CONSEQUENCES for the TRUTH!  

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Format: papier
ISBN: 0988489171
Publisher: Romig Works
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Consequences (#3)
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Reading and Rambling
Reading and Rambling rated it
5.0 Convicted
A nice ending to the total roller coaster of a series. The bouncing back and forth between the future and present kept me so intrigued that I had to know hoe Claire ended up in Everwood, where Tony was, and what happened to everyone else. Such an awesome series! Looking forward to reading the com...
J-J
J-J rated it
5.0 Consequences book 3
This is the concluding part of the Consequences series. Have we learnt all the consequences in our bid to learn the truth? Will we be ready to listen and accept what we can't change? This was one amazing series. Yes i hated Anthony 'Tony' Rawlings (Anton Rawls) at times i hated Claire too. I must sa...
R
R rated it
0.5 My thoughts about this series.
A few thoughts about all three books, I just can't stop seething long enough to write a proper review I read all three books because I was hoping that the Claire I glimpsed on the end of book 1 was the real Claire, determined, strong, self-reliant and finally found her true self after months of p...
Tracey's Vampy and Racey Bookblog
Tracey's Vampy and Racey Bookblog rated it
4.0 Convicted
I was so excited to start this book, but is started and stopped at 10% I just couldn't grasp why or where it was starting were it was!! So I gave it a break, I decided I needed to find out what and why.The journey was long, I loved reading about Claire and Tony, but if I'm honest I wasn't worried a...
Dare To Read
Dare To Read rated it
3.5 Finally!!! IT'S OVER!!!
Good Lord, I thought that it would never end!! But alas, it did. Convicted started off with a big WTF bang and from that moment it took over 350 pages to finally get to the bottom of it all. Some would say that is good writing, I beg to differ. Once again I have to comment on the unnecessary length ...
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