Haunted by her experience at The Fed, Caroline tries to create a new identity. A new present, a new future. She can’t escape the memories that dog her when she least expects it, leaving her mired in a depression that she finds difficult to escape. Caroline needs to regain her physical and mental strength if she intends on surviving the journey to find the elusive rebellion. But that’s easier said than done with the ghosts of the past constantly whispering in her ear.
The road is long and dangerous, and there are no guarantees. She and her companions have no idea what they will find when they arrive at their destination. And what they finally discover may change everything.
Sojourn is not a standalone and must be read after the first two books in the series. For readers 18+.
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Sojourn picks up right where Conscience left off. If you were like me, you ended book two in tears. But nothing could have prepared me for Sojourn. Nothing. The title is perfect as Caroline is now left to deal with the new identity she must consume. But her painful past creeps in from time to time, overwhelming her and bringing her back into the dark. It’s her new companions that encourage her to push on and take it day by day. But deep down Caroline knows that her broken soul may take a long time to heal, if at all.
Adjusting to this new life isn’t easy for Caroline. If she thought she had to fight while in captivity, then this time period is easily the fight of her life. Her soul is shattered, her heart broken, her spirit non-existent, Caroline must find it within herself to get better and lead her companions on an arduous and unpredictable journey. Similar to the other two books, Sojourn ignited me. I felt pain, disappointment, but most of all, I felt love and hope. You escape to the past with Caroline as she remembers her time with Jack and her daughters. Her love for him, despite her current circumstances has never dimmed or wavered. If anything, her love is stronger. So remembering those times is painful. But so necessary for her survival. This thrilling and captivating read kept me on edge, overwhelmed me with emotion, and reminded me of the profoundness of hope and love even in times of despair and darkness.
Once again, I am blown away at the magnitude of just how much this book affected me. I found myself thinking about it when I had to put it down. The writing is phenomenal. The author easy takes you to places as a reader I have never been. I am weaved through the pages of this story and feel every single emotion endured by her characters. She not only places you in their hearts, but she allows you to understand their souls. And everything they stand for. Speaking of characters, the author continues to exhibit her talent at character development. We are introduced to some new ones that have such heart and soul and play such an intricate part in this time in Caroline’s life. Nothing is as it seems. The depth of this story is unreal. Your heart will race as this unique and enthralling story unravels.
Can we please talk about the last chapter? Seriously? Cecilia London. You MOVE me. Your words OWN me. That had to be the most intense, beautiful, tragic, hopeful romantic chapter I have ever read in my life. I found myself reading it over and over several times. And each time, the words slayed me. I was IN that moment. This gut wrenching and heartfelt scene will forever hold a place in my heart.
Sojourn and the rest of the books in this series has easily become one of the most unforgettable reads of my life. This riveting and compelling story gripped me. Stole my heart. And I don’t think I will ever get it back. The author brilliantly feeds my romantic soul as she expertly balances the gritty life Caroline endures with romance and suspense. The scenes in this book are so passionate and sensual. You have no doubt that the love between Caroline and Jack is timeless. The ending left me breathless and in awe. My heart is so full. So ready for what’s to come for the rest of this series.
Cecilia London is my pen name. I am a native Midwesterner who never thought I'd end up in Texas and yet here I am, determined to help Keep San Antonio Lame. I have been known to dabble in the practice of law. I can apply Simpsons quotes to everyday life, and I live for baseball season. I've been writing off and on since I was a kid, but never really thought I’d have any idea that could turn into a single novel, let alone a series. There aren't many books about how dystopias/totalitarian political regimes come into existence, and I wanted to touch upon that topic while still maintaining a primary focus on the epic romance. The Bellator Saga is my first published work.
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