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Anthony Rawlings didn't surrender. As their grips tightened, Tony stared knowingly into the eyes of evil. They weren't hard to recognize. He'd seen them often enough in the mirror. It's a lesson that he knows too well.

Some things are better left behind closed doors. Because once the truth is revealed, they'll discover that despite his and his wife's best efforts to keep their baby girl safe, Natalie's consequences were set into motion a long time ago. Chapter 1 Before the future and after the past When you have expectations, you are setting yourself up for disappointment.

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The holiday break was here. Soon Natalie would be faced with the truth of her reality. All of her father's money couldn't propitiate the cause any longer. Natalie Rawlings's time at Harvard was done. She'd managed to keep the news from both of her parents, but soon they'd hear it, and as it should, it would come from her. In today's world, it was a miracle that they hadn't already heard, either from the gossip-hungry leeches on social media or from the registrar's office.

Of course, there were rules about confidentiality for adult students, but when it came to Anthony Rawlings, rules were at his discretion.

She'd practiced her speech a hundred ways, yet nothing sounded right. She still didn't know how she would tell them-or especially him-that she'd failed. No matter what she said, her fourth semester as a Harvard student wouldn't happen. She wasn't her father nor even her siblings. The world of business and all that it entailed may be in her genes, but it wasn't in her heart. It never had been. Maybe she was more like her mother.

Life beyond the walls of expectancy was where Natalie's dreams could be found, a sliver of time where she could be herself-no one's daughter or sister, and perhaps not even a woman she yet knew. There was more out in the world than she'd seen. There were people with the freedom to make their own choices and forge their own trails based upon their desires.

She had desires, ones that she couldn't articulate as if they were an unknown part of her, ones yet to be revealed. The frequency of these thoughts had increased to the point that in her mind they'd moved from ideas to wants to insatiable cravings. As her classes focused more upon the major her father had chosen for her, her ability to concentrate waned until she couldn't find the ambition. It was lost.

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Instead of seeking help, she gave in to the inevitable, and now her time at Harvard was done. Natalie gasped as the car skidded, the wheels swerving on the slushy street.

As she reached out and her body lunged forward, the seatbelt tugged her backward. It was a metaphor for her life: She had a designated place.

It was where she was to stay. The roads weren't her concern. Currently, her flight to Munich and then onto Nice, as well as the conversation awaiting her once she arrived, topped her list. Beyond the windows, the snow-lined sidewalks provided a simple strip of wet, salt-covered concrete. The pedestrians huddled beneath their hats and coats as Natalie imagined the crunch crackling under their boots. It wasn't difficult. The floorboard beside her feet was white with pellets.

Rawlings made your reservations. Your first flight leaves in an hour and a half. This traffic isn't helping. I have your passport and boarding passes.

For international travel, they recommend What if she didn't? What if she missed her flight? Her psychology professor may surmise that missing her flight had been Natalie's plan all along.

It was the reason she purposely delayed packing and wasn't ready when her car arrived. A less analytical observer would say she was delayed because she'd spent the majority of her time saying goodbye to her friends, classmates, and roommates. They knew what her family didn't. Natalie also knew that her mother would be devastated if Nat missed their family time. Nat's choices seemed unfair: Either way, the stress of her failure would be another addition to Nat's growing list of her parents' disappointments.

She thought of her mother. Seemingly fragile yet strong, soft-spoken and yet always heard. Claire Rawlings was as different from Natalie's powerful father as day was from night, and despite that, in her own way, her mother was the true force.

Natalie gave that more thought. If that were the case-that her mother was the force-then why was Natalie on her way to Christmas in France? Her mother detested the cold. Since leaving the campus, the soft, cool mist beyond the windows had morphed, first becoming pinging ice and then snowflakes the size of quarters.

Each transformation further eclipsed the afternoon sun. Even the twinkling lights on the trees lining the streets failed to fill her with the holiday spirit.

If only she could go somewhere else. Natalie contemplated her packing.

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She didn't have gifts for her parents. A sweatshirt from the campus bookstore saying Harvard Parent no longer seemed appropriate. That was fine; there were plenty of shopping opportunities in Nice. Nat rubbed her gloved hands as her body shivered. This deep-seated chill wouldn't go away. Convicted - Aleatha Romig. Book Description Book 3 of the Consequences Series There were still lessons to learn and consequences for the truth!

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Please note that I would never have completed this story had it not been for you! Thank you again for your support! He learned at a young age it was unattainable. Together the sounds created the perfect melody for the middle of the night.

Stretching contently, she relaxed as he pulled her against his broad chest.

After a few moments of monotonous rocking, her tiny nose nestled into his soft cotton t-shirt, and sleep won, as she lost her fight with one final sigh. He could return her to her crib and climb back into bed with Claire, but, instead, Tony continued to rock. The silver rays of moonlight through the open doors to the lanai illuminated their bed, allowing him to watch his sleeping wife. A grin materialized as Tony remembered Claire eating for two. With Nichol present, and demanding to eat every two to three hours, he understood why Claire had been so hungry.

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Her little fingers grasped one of his and he gently caressed her soft skin. As the scent of baby lotion filled his senses, Tony realized that in a little over two weeks, Nichol had infiltrated every part of their lives. There were chairs that rocked and swayed. They called them swings, but to Tony they were more like mechanical seats that played lullabies or made white noise, depending upon the button pushed.

Francis and Madeline were more like doting grandparents than employees. Though they never had children themselves, they were well-versed and experienced in anything baby. It was comforting to have the benefit of their knowledge when questions arose. Madeline had been the one to give Tony his first lesson in diapering.

It was even before Claire met their daughter. Her encouraging words gave him the confidence to wrap the fabric around her tiny body. She will not break.

Or perhaps it was. Nichol would begin to eat and then stop, crying and moving her face from side to side. With Claire in the living room and Tony walking the length of the lanai, he was startled at the touch to his shoulder.

Quickly turning around, he found Madeline. Or Nichol?Join me for a story that all began with the man who… Once upon a time, signed a napkin that he knew was a contract. Or is it all a game? Instead, she started with his long legs and moved upward to his trim waist, firm torso, and broad shoulders. Katy Evans. The choices he makes for both the family and his personal life will have consequences.

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