Consequential Urges, a review by Kristin

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Consequential Urges
By: Bruno Beaches

Publication Date: March 3, 2023
Published By: Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd
204 Pages

Find It On: Amazon | Goodreads

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About The Book (From Amazon):
Pablo (From Til Death We Do Part) is still fighting to come to terms with the excruciating loss of two wives, but in his ongoing frustration, he starts to resort to violence, something he has formerly eschewed his entire life. He is a strong and powerful man, and seems to be in control to start with, but even so, he is conflicted within himself and seeks the help of a psychologist to help him understand and control his urges. However, the law of unforeseen consequences visits him with devastating effect, and he soon finds his actions snowballing beyond anything he intended or could have imagined and before long, he shockingly finds own life in the balance. Can fate send him a surprise guardian angel to salvage him from himself and his own folly?

My Review
This is a short, easy, fast paced, enjoyable read. I particularly liked that the main character, Pablo, was not only flawed, but also introspective. It was nice to see a manly man realized that therapy is a good thing. The excitement builds up throughout the novel and is filled with suspense and tension. The way that Beaches intertwines each of the characters’ story line was simply artful. I have not read the first book in this series, but I never felt like I was missing out on anything. In fact, had I not read that in the synopsis, I would have never known that this was a series. While most read books for entertainment value, there’s a lot to be learned in this book. Bravo to Beaches on a successful book.


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