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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
To Anna, love was total ownership and worship. It was beautiful until it wasn’t. Anna and Ambrosia (Rose) were cousins, best friends, and soul sisters. After losing her sister and mother as a little girl, Rose filled that void for Anna. But then Rose got married in New York and didn’t see Anna for eleven years. When a shocking event occurred, and Rose returned to Sugar Alexandria, Anna wanted to keep her there forever. She would do anything regardless of the consequences because anything Anna wants, Anna gets. To keep Rose at Sugar Alexandria forever, she would give her a gift, and when once accepted, it would mark the beginning of the end. Will everyone recover from the coming storm? To get the details, read The Consequence of Anna by Kate Birkin and Mark Bornz.
The Consequence of Anna by Kate Birkin and Mark Bornz is a gripping story, a masterpiece worthy of book clubs and the big screen. This book took me on an emotional rollercoaster. The trifecta of Anna, Rose, and James made me feel like I'd officiated at a wrestling match, which ended without a victor or a vanquished. Everyone left the ring with scars and I too remain conflicted. Why did James wait so long? Was Rose justified? Did Anna love too much? Can morality be bent? Was Liam wrong to start the ball rolling? In the end, everyone got their wishes. However, while we play at God, fate might just be using us as instruments to fulfill a purpose. Thank you, Kate and Mark, for shedding light on Asperger’s syndrome, schizophrenia, and dissociative identity disorder. This was an intense read.