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What the community says about Truth (Consequences)
- "A taut thriller with some extremely effective characters, the author does an admirable job of making the main protagonists jump off the page in detail. The ending is a bit aloof and misses a few key areas to really highlight this as a favorite, but it's still a worthwhile read when all is said and done.""I read this as it was given to me by a friend. I did find it dark and somewhat odd. I disliked the kidnapped element and the relationship between these two people. Not my type of book but it fits the title somewhat. I don't really see any heroine feature to it. "
- "There are many classic stories where the villain hero gets the girl including for instance Beauty and the Beast. Some commentators on this book indicate the female character Claire was not strong enough and the male character Anthony was just an abusive person physically and emotionally. ""This isn't exactly a story where the villain gets the girl, since it's not exactly clear how villainous the villain is and whether the girl is maybe a villain too. That's actually what makes it interesting, but if you're looking for a clear villain win, this probably isn't it."
- "Through strength and compartmentalization, Claire Nichols captivated hercaptor. Though Anthony Rawlings thought he taught Claire to behave, his dominationbecame desire, and his obsession morphed into love. Or was it? When herchoices pushed Anthony's relentless vendetta too far, Claire barely survivedthe consequences. "
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- "I was given the solution of the book "Truth" when I was searching for best romance mafia books. This appears to be a romance/erotica book but no mention of mafia in any of the descriptions. I think if someone is looking for a romance mafia book they still may enjoy this book."
- "I wanted to like this book but I just... don't. The first one in the series was decent but nothing extraordinary. Didn't regret reading it though. Truth just got worse. Dialogue got cheesier, plots were less interesting, etc. Don't really like how the characters are developing. I don't plan to read any other books in the series."
- "Truth (Consequences) had a lot going on. This is a very dark book and was somewhat hard to read. While the plot was interesting, I didn't feel like it was very believable. If you're looking for a twisted relationship with an older man and a younger woman, than this book is probably something that you would enjoy."
- "It is difficult to comment on a book which I have not read, but it does appear that with this many great reviews and positive comments, this book definitely warrants the attention of any reader who is into romance novels. From comments made, be prepared for a twisted ride into the deep imagination as this author takes you into a very deep story of not so everyday life."
- "A brief summary of “Consequences” is in order here because I reference it throughout my review: Claire Nichols was drugged, kidnapped, and imprisoned. During her stay at Anthony Rawlings’ home, she was raped multiple times, severely beaten into a coma and psychologically scarred by Anthony Rawlings into submission and dependency. In addition, Anthony Rawlings destroyed her brother-in-law’s career and had him imprisoned, isolated Claire from her sister and almost destroyed their relationship, he was involved in the death of Claire’s ex and her parents, and finally he set up his own attempted murder to frame his wife resulting in her incarceration in prison besmirching her name in the media and destroying her reputation among their friends. She was in prison and thanks to Tony, she basically had no one. Okay…here we go again down the rabbit hole. Thanks to a dying governor and a persistent attorney, Claire was given a pardon and released from prison. She fled Iowa to find sanctuary in California with her late ex’s former fiancée and her brother. She had no one she could trust in Iowa, all of her friends were financially tied to Tony, and any contact she had with them was hidden. Anthony Rawlings is a true psychopath and my opinion really didn’t change with book two. He wants to dominate and control everyone, uphold appearances at all costs, and destroy those who get in his way. His behavior does not seem to have changed; instead, he seems to be trying a new method to getting Claire back and finds her newfound confidence and independence sexy…her fight to gain control of her life once again is like foreplay for him. But his final motivation is to get her back any way possible."
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