Convicted by Aleatha Romig
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It’s past 6am… I’m going to sleep on my review 4.5* or 5* hmm maybe…
Later that day:
5* for an amazing mind to create a blown away story so rich and with a very much intelligent writing. I’m talking about the entire series. I got to say it made me more exigent to argue some few points…
Near 20% left of this book I was sure the story was going on full speed, I was afraid I wouldn’t like this last turn of events I was eager to understand Aleatha’s direction on this…
Claire is the dominant person throughout all the books for me, even though I don’t want to picture someone going through so much pain, so intelligent and strong like that in real life or the need to be, so wise, so in control with or without dreams or supposed hallucinations and nightmares. I was so proud of her and even sadder about the missing times she will never remember. I was dying right there… but she was safe! This was not an HEA for me. But I think if it would happen something, closer to this, to me… I would love to have met Claire! Love You!
Some of the secondary characters had the right time and place in my reading/listening, others had to much information misleading what my mind wanted to focus in. I was thinking to push forward some chapters… but didn’t. I knew who has guilty in Truth so I didn’t want to know Catherine better… I wanted to know Tony’s heart, Tony’s pain, Tony’s forgiveness from himself…
I think that’s something the author wanted to create, this expectation, this hope that this man was capable of love, care and hope… But it didn’t work for me, was not enough… I felt there was something missing… (maybe I need to read Behind his Eyes. I will! Clever author… need the Audible version though 🙂 please!)
Something different, don’t kill me 🙂 but:
“However” was a word in every chapter, sometimes short seconds or paragraphs had it and in the last three chapters, I thought I was going nuts with it and yes I almost forgot the “without a doubt” thing too! Huh.. A little annoying!
Nevertheless I wanted to forget about it to know the end. The end? Maybe! 🙂
I can gladly say I was not disappointed! Yet not enough, too rushed!
Of course I recommend this series!
For one it change my way of reading/listening forever!