Book Review — Convicted (Consequences #3) by Aleatha Romig The very first chapter of Convicted will start you on a rollercoaster ride that. 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. Read “CONVICTED” by Aleatha Romig with Rakuten Kobo. Book #3 of the bestselling Consequences series: From New York Times and USA Today bestselling.
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Book 3 of the bestselling Consequences series: Stick to your convictions. Against all odds, Claire and Tony have found their way back to one another, but it doe Book 3 of the bestselling Consequences series: With old convictions wavering and aldatha transgressions coming to light, the cards have changed and luck is not in the deck for Claire and Tony. Lost in a constant nightmare, who will save Claire from her past?
Everything known to be true is questioned. The past is cknvicted again unearthed, and this time, secrets lurk between dreams and reality, between the past and the present. The clock is ticking. Time is running out on Claire…on Tony…on their happy ever after.
Review: Convicted by Aleatha Romig
When the final cards are played, will their unconventional love trump the opposition? In the end, some will discover their bets were too high, and all will learn the most crucial lesson—there are always consequences for the truth. You must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.
Published October 8th by Romig Works first published October 6th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign conviccted. To ask other readers questions about Convictedplease sign up. So Catherine is like convicter evil person? She wants Tony’s money and house?
And did she really put up all the fake facade? Soraya Bowie I think its more about revenge the way some of his family treated her. See 2 questions about Convicted…. Lists with This Book. Feb 22, Aestas Book Domig rated it really liked it. The very first chapter of Convicted will start you on a rollercoaster ride that will leave you gasping, ohhh-no-ing and wondering what the fuck is going on!!
I mean it — my jaw was on the floor! Everything I though I was sure of was turned upside down leaving me wondering how on earth things could ever be rlmig and ro,ig to figure out how things could convictsd possibly gotten to that point!
One of the things I love most about this whole series is how completely unpredictable each scene What a story!! One of the things I love most about this whole series is how completely unpredictable each scene was. I never, not even for a second, had a hold on convicred the story was going.
Suffice it to say that the first chapter is set in the future in leaving you with all sorts of but how, but where, but why, but who questions. As a whole, Convicted was just as strong as the first fonvicted in the series. We get a lot of answers — in fact, we get all the answers and I really have to give the author major props for genuinely tying up all the lose ends.
Emotionally, I do have to say that I definitely did love Tony is this one. His humanity really shone through. I both wanted him alwatha find happiness for the rest of his life and simultaneously wanted to let him rot in romkg jail cell. Lord know, he deserved it. My poor heart and brain warred back and forth over this but… the heart won. He lived it and showed it every day.
However in flashbacks, it was downright chilling to see just the detached, seamless and cooly calculated degree to which he had planned and manipulated everything. He was… cold and utterly devoid of compassion.
It made my heart ache for Claire and reading those scenes totally convictec with my emotions because they were so polar opposite to the things I was feeling for him in the present day. It was a chilling reminder that this was indeed the same man. It was like — I could deal with him in present day because I saw the man he now was but just every once in a while, his past action would just really hit me and stop my warm, fuzzy feelings cold in their tracks.
More than anything, this book raised the question — what do you do when ocnvicted hero and the villain are one and the same.
Do you root for them? Or crave them to be brought to justice? The thing that swayed me though was this: If it were another person… Tony would want convicred dead. It was just such a multi-layered story convlcted and was told from multiple perspectives in third person in such a way that gave a fleshed out view of everything.
Everyone had their own agenda and their own version of the truth and in this book we were able to see them all and begin to formulate our own conclusions. While the story raised many questions along the way, we also got answers to so many questions such as these for example: We got to see several full disclosure chats with Tony giving us confirmations, revelations, new insights and facts we never convicte knew to begin with. Harry also discovered some new twists that I certainly never saw coming.
But everything fell into place together in the end. It all made sense and convictd the missing pieces were found. As the book neared the end, it kept me on the edge of my seat at the past and future story lines began to come closer and closer together.
My heart was in my throat. Might not have breathed. At one point, my heart might have stopped all together. The ending though is just amazing!!! I re-read certain sections and lines over and over again just drinking them in.
Claire and Tony were one in a million. They had the most messed up past. People theorized about them and judged their relationship, but at the laeatha of it all, they were the only ones who could make the final call because it was their story. They lived it and it was up to them and them alone to determine their future. It straddles roig genres — but mainly dark romance and psychological thriller.
You want a complex, multi-layered story that will keep you guessing right up until the very end? Then, read this series!! ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review.
View all 74 comments. The third book in the ‘Consequences’ series, ‘Convicted’ definitely takes the story of Tony and Claire in a new direction. Like earlier books in this series, I could not tear myself away. Even as I struggled to adjust to the new direction that this story was laeatha, I was completely enthralled. This book sees Tony’s behavior transforming, as he tries to make amends for his past transgressions. Initially, I had a difficult time with the “new and improved” Tony.
After all, he is one of the most co The third book in the ‘Consequences’ series, ‘Convicted’ definitely takes the story of Tony and Claire in a new direction.
After all, he is one of the most controlling and manipulative characters I’ve ever encountered. For a while, I wondered if he had received a personality transplant. The changes that began in ‘Truth’, with regards to his attempts to respect Claire’s autonomy, finally take in ‘Convicted’. All of the lies and deceptions finally come to light in ‘Convicted’. Some rromig were already known, some were suspected, while others were a complete surprise.
Finally, all of the pieces come together and all of the players are revealed.
Tony is held accountable for his actions, at last. The tables are turned on him and he gets a taste of his own medicine. I had mixed feelings about this, but I think it was necessary in the end. The danger is at an all-time high for Claire and her family. It seems that every time her and Tony start to make progress, something happens to wreck their happily ever after.
This is especially true in ‘Convicted’.
Convicted (Consequences, #3) by Aleatha Romig
It all works out in the end. The toll of the stress is especially tough on Claire. She is certainly changed in this book, almost unrecognizable for much of this book.