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Convicted by Aleatha Romig

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There were still lessons to learn and consequences for the truth! Over time, the role of teacher changed, and domination turned to desire. Claire and Tony found their way back to one another, but just when they seemed to have it all the game master exposed the truth. Is her new prison-- a tropical island-- truly less lonely than the prison cell she had inhabited? Can Tony forgive her for leaving him-- again? Sins of the past and truths are revealed as the game master deals from a stacked deck....

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Statementby Aleatha Romig
SeriesBook #3 of the Consequences series
The Physical Object
Pagination400 pages
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26918081M
ISBN 100988489171
ISBN 109780988489172

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  Franklin P. McQuage you so much for the book Convicted! I have just finished reading it and I think it is great. I believe it will be a most useful tool in the days that lie ahead in meeting the arguments of liberalism, modernism, and evolution. Thanks for the hard work! --Max Berlen Murphy Thank you so much for the book 4/4(26). Convicted is a must-read for anyone who longs for the day when the dividing lines of race, class, and bigotry are finally overcome by the greater forces of love, forgiveness, and brotherhood.” —Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and author of Be Light.   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 headed, I was completely enthralled/5(K). Convicted book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Speaking directly to recent headlines and cultural tensions, this is the /5.

Convicted: The Book. likes. Speaking directly to recent headlines and cultural tensions, this is the poignant account of a crooked white cop who framed an Followers: The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town is a true crime book by John Grisham, his only nonfiction title as of The book tells the story of Ronald 'Ron' Keith Williamson of Ada, Oklahoma, a former minor league baseball player who was wrongly convicted in of the rape and murder of Debra Sue Carter in Ada and was sentenced to : John Grisham. Convicted! by Melanie Scherencel Bockmann. One angry teenager behind bars for his role in a crime spree. One copy of The Living Bible. One life changed in ways nobody who knew him would have ever predicted.5/5(2). Date of crime Defendant(s) Crime Location Sentence Time served Legally exonerated Caleb Powers: Murder of William Goebel: Frankfort, Kentucky: 8 years Yes Powers was convicted of complicity in the assassination of Governor William Goebel in The prosecution charged that Powers was the mastermind, having a political opponent killed so that his boss, Governor .

  "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 f*** is going on!!This series truly has carved it's own niche in the book world. It straddles several genres -- but mainly romance and psychological thriller. You want different? You want dark?/5(78). In Convicted we saw what happened that fateful afternoon at the Rawlings Estate. Now experience the shocking repercussions firsthand. More than a companion, this full-length novel fills in the gap of time that was only mentioned, beginning when Claire Nichols forgets and seen through the eyes of collective men (the HIS is plural).   Convicted is a spiritual story about how Jameel McGee and Andrew Collins found (or maybe rediscovered) God and learned to forgive. The book’s chapters alternate between Jameel’s point of view and Andrew’s. It’s obvious where the book leads since the cover and even the extended title basically tell you what the book is about.   Kahan said from what he’s read so far, the description doesn’t seem to mention anything in regard to the crimes he’s convicted of, but it .