One epic love. Two wounded souls. Three impossible words.
Ripped away from each other by circumstances beyond their control. Reunited in a place they never expected. Separated but never quite apart.
“You’re still the only woman I see. The only woman I need. I know you’re in there somewhere, sweet Caroline. We’re going to find you and we’re going to help you, until you come home to me where you belong. Then we’re going to finish what we started. Together.”
Her confidence shattered, Caroline finally starts to deal with what happened at The Fed. Jack is determined to convince her that she’s more than she thinks she is. That she wasn’t destroyed by her experiences. That their relationship is worth the fight. But will he give up before it’s too late?
Phoenix is the fourth installment in The Bellator Saga. It should be read after the first three novels in the series.
Cecilia London is the pen name of a native Illinoisan currently living in San Antonio, Texas. She’s filled several roles over the course of her adult life – licensed attorney, wrangler of small children, and obsessed baseball fan, among others. An extroverted introvert with a serious social media addiction, she is the author of The Bellator Saga, an epic, genre-crossing romance series. You can catch all of her quirky updates on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or at her website.
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Phoenix is the kind of book that gonna stick you to your seat. Consuming, appealing and addictive, I was enthralled by Jack and Caroline’s story. A scorching fourth installment in the Bellator Saga. I admit that don’t really keen on series, when you had to read each books but this one was brilliantly orchestrated from the beginning until the end.
I was holding my breath since the first page, after all Caroline has been through, tortured until she lost herself in the way. When she found her husband back, I wasn’t expecting this reaction. A complete rejection of her old life, including her husband. Bye, bye old Caroline, no feminist rants here but more a very bitchy Caroline, destroyed and closed off, in an auto protective mode : survival.
Damn this book was tough, challenging and stirring so many emotions. A tsunami of emotions, where Caroline was struggling to survive, to fight her demons.
The author made this story so powerful with an interesting storyline, where people had to fight harder for their freedom, to keep what little they earn. The world like Jack and Caroline doesn’t exist anymore.
This book is really psychology oriented, a deep intrusion into Caroline’s mind but also Jack, who was completely hopeless to help her.
Their relationship was shattering down, with Caroline’s rejection and triggers when it comes to Jack, and him, to save and to get her back. The road is gonna be very long. Throughout the story, the constant fight, the rage, the duality, facing each other’s scars, insecurities and craving were fascinating. The sexual tension …
The present and the past collided; how they saw each other, the reflection and memories of a life that didn’t exist anymore. Just shadows of their past.
A brilliant story! Jack and Caroline’s journey took my breath away and stole my heart.
This book was like a wrecking ball, destroying everything in its way. Cecilia London, you really messed with my heart and my head.
It was just mind-blowing, explosive and addictive.
You wanted epic, you got it! The author didn’t spare the reader. Forget anything you knew before because the world has changed for the worse! And it’s ugly! Bring me a bottle …