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I honestly was at thirty percent and didn’t know what to think of this one. Thank goodness I had friends encouraging me to continue. The book came around and delivered, erasing my doubts. My hang up was that I felt that the story was repetitive and over descriptive at times. Then, I found myself addicted and couldn’t give up on these characters. Maybe I was experiencing Stockholm Syndrome also. Whatever it was, if you feel that the story is stalling at times, continue on and it will pay off.
Claire is in a confusing and icky world with Tony, and the author put me right there with her. The ending shocked me as much as it did Claire. You could have knocked my over with a feather. Seriously. What the heck just happened to me? I was wrung out, and thanks to all that is holy, I had Truthdownloaded on my iPad and ready to start.
Aleatha Romig really has an engaging story to tell, and the characters stayed with me long after I finished the book. You will feel mixed emotions throughout this book toward the characters and their relationship. I really would love to talk more about the characters and plot in this review, but I’m too afraid to give away any spoilers. I finished this book four weeks ago, and still feel strongly about it. This is definitely a good time to start this series and get in on the conversations about Consequences.
There is so much more going on than what you see on the surface. I don’t want to give anything away. I will say that Tony is such a fascinating character. Once you realize Tony’s motives you will scrutinize his every move from before and anticipate the ones to come. My mind is reeling with all the information I gathered by the end of the book. This one packs one heck of an ending that will sending you running for the sequel, Truth.