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Revealed: The Missing Years

Consequences, Book 4
Written by: Aleatha Romig
Narrated by: Sebastian York
Length: 10 hrs
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

Revealed: The Missing Years is the final piece to Aleatha Romig’s Consequences Series puzzle. Follow the twists and turns as secrets are revealed, consequences are delivered, and the future is shown.

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).

In Revealed: The Missing Years, listeners will see Anthony Rawlings fight for what belongs to him and cope with the reality of his past. Watch as Harrison Baldwin discovers the truth that threatens his beliefs, and as John Vandersol comes to terms with his revelations. Witness Phillip Roach, as he decides with whom his loyalties lie, and Brent Simmons, as he demonstrates the meaning of friendship - no matter the cost. As the pieces of the puzzle fall into place, Revealed: The Missing Years goes beyond. This final installment of the series offers a glimpse into the future of the lives that will forever be changed because there was a man who...

Once upon a time, signed a napkin that he knew was a contract. As an esteemed businessman, he forgot one very important rule - he forgot to read the fine print. It wasn’t an acquisition to own another person as he’d previously assumed. It was an agreement to acquire a soul. (Aleatha Romig, Convicted)

Revealed: The Missing Years also contains a complete glossary of characters and a timeline that covers the entire series. If you have read New York Times best-selling author Aleatha Romig’s Consequences, Truth, and Convicted, you must learn the rest of the story: Revealed: The Missing Years!

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  • DK
  • 18-01-18

Necessary For Understanding Book 5


Revealed: The Missing Years (a.k.a. Book 4 Consequences Series)

ATTENTION: This book is absolutely necessary to understanding Book 5

From the original review ~ Claire Nichols meets a charming man while bartending. Against all of her rules she takes him up on his offer for dinner. She awakes to Hell… Kidnapped, assaulted and violated in every way by a cold man. He, Anthony Rawlings, a successful, very wealthy man has holdings all over the world but now his focus is on Claire. To survive, Claire learns that she must follow his rules. Each decision has a consequence, it can be good or it can be very, very bad.

I urge you to read the publisher's summary, on each book, for more details, as I'm afraid adding to it may it inadvertently reveal spoilers.

This psychological thriller has been sitting in my library for a few years, I purchased it when it was on sale and tried to pick up the rest of the series under the same circumstances (I ended up with 3 of the 8 books available at this time – 2017.) Finally, I decided to listen to Book 1 to see if it would draw me in. It DID and I was hooked. I devoured the whole series back to back – it took the better part of my Christmas holiday and then some. These are long books and I don't feel that a moment was wasted.

Sebastian York is one of my favorite male narrators and his performance is deserving of 5 stars plus
York performs Anthony/Tony's POV in books 1.5, 2.5, 3.5 and 4. He does an amazing job.

Ratings for this installment – Book 4
Story: 3.5 stars
Performance: 5 stars
Overall: 4.25 stars

Credit worthy? Yes, if you have invested in the previous books.

Notations: some strong language, violence and (not graphic) allusions of sexual situations


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  • jjl, CO
  • 07-06-17

Great narration...

Great narration throughout the series. This book finally completed a few storylines that bothered me in the books leading up to this. There were many times that I wanted to abandon these characters. What can I say, have to finish what I start. While I'm glad to get this information I am somewhat annoyed it was not added originally rather than 1.5, 2.5 and Revealed.

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  • Bears Fan
  • 29-01-15

It's ok

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I don't think so

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Sebastian York?

Romy Nordlinger - You get attached to the person telling the story and their style and in my opinion she is one great narrator.

Not a fan of Sebastian - he is very monotone and boring, just did not do it justice at all, one example... he didn't get names correct - Kate instead of Catherine, things like that drive me crazy.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Not really, in fact I am still muttering through this one - I really think it has alot to do with the narrator, it seems slow. I just feel its really hard to change from a narrator like Romy Nordlinger that is just fantastic at her ability to make you feel what's going on and her character changes in voice, she is just excellent at her talent of narration.

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  • Iona Sawyer
  • 28-11-19

Unexpectedly Found

You find out so much that you didn't and did happento lead up to the present the not necessarily. I'm not talking about about it goes about it goes back to the very beginning. It's a very very adventurous, emotional, unpredictable story. If you are not reading the Consequences series it's a good read that will want to get you into it. If you are you MUST
read 1-3 first.

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  • Shoe Monger
  • 30-03-19

Repetitive Revealed

Revealed is book 4 of 5 in the Consequences series. Sebastian York always provides a stellar narration actually giving more insight into Tony's perspective. Unfortunately, I have no desire to look into book 5 because for me it felt the 5 book series could have been told in 3 books at the most! The books go between Clair's perspective then the next book is Tony's and even though you learn what is going on in the mind of the other person(s) as new information, for me it seemed to make the series drag.

I really enjoyed the story line and the twists and turns, I just wished the series was shorter.

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  • Lila M Waring
  • 23-10-18

Not much revealed!!!

More like a summary of the previous books in the series. I was looking for more.
I missed Claire’s voice; and this narrator did not sound like what Tony’s voice was described as - “ a deep baritone” - so I was very disappointed. Plus his voice was just a mild even tone with no other expression.
Could have been better with a narrator who sounded like “Tony” as described.

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  • Shay
  • 03-10-18

The Narration...UGH

Maybe it's just me, but the narration on this was horrible.It was hard to get past it. I couldn't fully enjoy the story because I was thrown off by the narration.

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  • Ginger
  • 16-08-15

Happy ending

Must read the other books in this series to understand this book.
Tony finally has figured out what he wrongfully did to Claire.
Claire, unknowing believes she killed Tony, and will not speak about her beliefs. Emily thinking she is helping Claire puts her in another prison and keeps her from the truth.
Thank you Aleatha Romig for writing these last 3 books it all makes sense

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  • Angie
  • 13-08-15

I Love This Series

(Spoiler Alert) I don't know where to start this review. I love this series and I will miss Tony and Claire very much. This book started off where Convicted left off. I can't believe that Emily and John thought that Tony tried to kill them when he and Claire risked there freedom to save them. I hate Emily I know she thought that she was doing what was best for her sister but I don't think that she realized what she did to Claire to me by not allowing her friends or people to see Claire prolonged the psychosis I think that if they had talked about Tony she would have came out of it a lot sooner then the two that it took. With Meredith's help, and I also think that refusing to let her see her daughter was just wrong. Catherine was just plan evil and I know that her and Tony were working together but she really hated them and for what Tony's grandfather deserved to go to jail he was cheating people she blamed everyone when she was the person who really killed him. When this series first started I hated Tony in the first book and in the following books I fell in love with him he CHANGED and I was really proud of him, he loved Claire and Nichol and was willing to do anything for his family he took responsibility for the things that he did not only to Claire but to others. I was heart broken when he wanted to divorce Claire, but I understood why he did it he wanted her to want to be with him of her own free will not what she was programed to be by him. Although Tony hated Meredith's book I think that it helped him really see how Claire felt about the things he did to her and it crushed him the prison therapy was the right way to go for him reality therapy has away of helping you focus on what you did and this is why you are here. I also hate Amber she was a surprise I thought that she was Claire's friend and I really didn't see that coming she hated her because she was jealous that Simon was unable to move on so she killed him I think it was good that Tony helped her company not for her but for Simon. I also thought that it was funny that Patricia offered herself to Tony as I remember she didn't like Claire to begin with she wanted him all along. I loved Phil he was willing to help Claire no matter what I think Phil loved her and Claire knew but she didn't feel the same way. I wonder what Tony would have done if he knew how he felt. I am sad to see this series come to an end Ms. Romig's did a great job on it and I have loved every book in it I cried when I finished it. I am looking forward to reading her future work if it is anything like this series I will love it. I am so glad that she included an epilogue Tony and Claire had a son Emily and John had a girl and Patricia is no longer breathing thanks Phil.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-07-15

Compartmentalize

What a great series.You have intrigue,romance,murder,suspense,mystery and the list goes on. I started off not liking the character of"Anthony Rawlings"but as the series goes on,he changes his tune,learns that what he was,was not good,not good for himself or for others and especially not good for Claire.The poor woman has been through more than most people go through in a life time,shoot,several life times but some how she manages to rise above it all,to forgive and move forward for her family,her daughter and nephew and showing Anthony that not everyone is bad,that there can be good found in all.I fell in love with the books and the characters.I'm glad that there was a happy ending,even for those who at first didn't seem to deserve one.

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  • Denise
  • 11-05-15

Nothing new.

Nothing new in this book that we didn't know from conviction. In my opinion it's not worth reading, it doesn't enhance your enjoyment of the series, disappointing!