Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Review: Beyond the Consequences ( Consequences #5 ) by Aleatha Romig

Beyond the Consequences by Aleatha Romig

Secrets and deception 

As the pieces of their puzzle come together, Anthony and Claire Rawlings continue to defy the odds. Together they overcame an incomprehensible beginning. Apart they endured unimaginable heartache. Reunited with family and friends, their journey continues as they navigate a dangerous world where secrets threaten to destroy what they hold the most dear. 

Passion and love 

Tony and Claire turn up the heat as sparks fly, passion rages, and love prevails. With only a dark glance or devilish grin, the fire that sparked in an isolated suite, continues to burn. Though no longer willing to be less than Tony’s equal in life, behind closed doors only one man makes the rules. 

Choices and consequences 

The safety of the Rawlings family is not debatable, and only Phillip Roach can assure that they are not disappointed. Learn how he leads old friends and new associates through the dangerous world of delusion and revenge. The choices he makes for both the family and his personal life will have consequences. 




As much as I freaking enjoyed the Consequences Trilogy, I'm ready to put my obsession towards Tony and Claire to rest.

Beyond the Consequences is a 275 pages of extended HEA. Before I start, I was very thrilled and excited because I was obsessed with anything Rawlings. But when I was reading this, I was bored by it and rather read something else.

Tony is now being too nice and let Claire walk all over him. Sometime I miss the domineering narcissist asshole.

Claire turned into this alpha woman that got on my nerves. When there is a threat against their daughter in New York, she decided that they still need to go there to watch the Lion King because they can't put their life on hold. Sorry, I thought your daughter safety should be the priority. 

The sex. Who am I kidding? There is no sex. There is only mentioned of sex and tons of foreplay. Anyone who read this series know that there isn't any smutt here.

Nichol. I'm sorry, Nichol isn't the sort of 3 year old that I like to read. She's too much of a princess. Having a billionaire father can do that to a kid.

Suspense. There are some drama with the threats against the Rawlings. But honestly, they had enough drama to last them a few life time already.

I don't know what I expect when I pick this up. I was disappointed that I didn't enjoy it. Tony, we had a hell of a ride and I enjoyed our journey very much. But I'm ready to say goodbye to you.

Rating 2/5