Anyone who has parented a teenager--or been one--can probably describe the dynamic that ensues.
She dismantles her American life and lands in Russia; what ensues transforms them both.
When they're caught (if they're caught), the scandal that ensues is their accidental masterpiece.
What ensues is part detective novel, part pulpy romantic tragedy.
But watch the freakout that ensues when a child dares to get a grass stain.
Then they take advantage of the panic which ensues and attack at close quarters.
In what ensues, you will perceive a great change in the character of my memoirs.
Then ensues a period of suspicion, oftentimes wholly unjust.
The argument that ensues is familiar, exhausting, and interminable.
Then there ensues a savage struggle in which wits are matched against wits and force against force.