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- Publisher: Principatum Publishing (29 Feb. 2016)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BUNFQZY
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #259,405 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Bellator Saga: The First Trilogy (Dissident, Conscience, and Sojourn) Kindle Edition
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Politics, conspiracy, suspense, drama, violence, passion, romance and an epic love story are all factors of this complex saga.
Dissident- book 1.
Caroline Gerard is a Democratic Congresswoman who is raising her two daughters alone since her husband was tragically killed in an accident.
Left heartbroken and depressed, she doesn’t think she’ll ever be able to recover from her loss and deep grief but then she meets Jack McIntyre at a party, a man that she’d previously publically slurred on television.
The book starts with Caroline and Jack running for their lives to get to the border and cross into Canada. They share one last kiss then separate to give Jack a better chance of getting away with the USB that the government desperately wants to get their hands on.
We are then transported into the past when Caroline and Jack have a face to face conversation at a party. After spending most of the night talking, Caroline realises that she misjudged the type of person Jack is and actually had fun which is how their friendship begins.
As their relationship progresses, Caroline struggles with her feelings. She feels guilty, like she’s cheating on her deceased husband and also scared as her feeling feel stronger and different for Jack than they did for Nicky.
Once Caroline accepts that she loves Jack and accepts his love in return, she finds happiness again for the first time in years. Her daughters love Jack too so she feels a sense of peace and even though some of her friends aren’t fond of Jack in the beginning, he proves his love for Caroline and they warm to him eventually.Read more ›
This book starts off with two people trying to get to Canada, it is not clear exactly what is going on but only that there are one male and one female who are married and trying to escape. This introduction intrigued me and as I kept on reading the following chapters, there is a lot of mention of American politics which to be honest really confused me but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the story. The book jumps from the past to the present and vice versa.
Caroline in the future is recovering from an attack on her life, the people who are trying to help her are seemingly disappearing one by one, and it is not clear why. There are many questions to be answered and not many answers, however I could not stop reading. I honestly have not been this attached to a book for a long time.
The past is based on Caroline moving on from the loss of her husband and Jack who is really sweet and strange at times, wanting to be with Caroline. I’m being purposely vague as I honestly think you should go into this book and saga blind.
There is a cliff-hanger but luckily the next book is out, so off I go to read that one.
Conscience: Book Two
Conscience unlike Dissident, features a lot of more of the present chapters. Jack and Caroline are happily married but they know that something is not quite right. Caroline is determined to get to the bottom of it however she is doing it on the quiet to avoid suspicion.
I have to say I’ve enjoyed the intrigue, finding out what is going on but the scenes in the ‘present’ times really hurt my heart. There are some gruesome bits and I cannot explain how much that hurt my heart.
I read them one scene and I actually felt physically sick at it.Read more ›
Politics is not a subject I'd usually warm to in my reading matter but in THE BELLATOR SAGA it's perfectly tuned and a crucial, intrinsic part of the story, driving the action and suspenseful nature of the piece providing gravitas, grit, adventure and the most important aspect.... LOVE. Without the political theme Jack and Caroline’s worlds would never have collided so please do NOT let the political aspect deter you from reading. I'm an avid romance fan of thought provoking writing and stories that develop and grow and this series ticks all my boxes! I highly recommend investing time in this series and becoming involved with Jack and Caroline's story.
Caroline’s relationship with Jack is just stunning. They start as friends in Caroline’s efforts to protect herself and I loved reading about their progression. You already know the end point of their relationship but the journey is still just as beautiful to read about. All the characters in this book are incredibly articulate, some words I wouldn’t even be able to pronounce, but the conversations are witty and funny. It’s exactly the kind of humour I find funny and it’s a perfect contrast against the chapters that make you want to cry.
Throughout the whole trilogy you flick between past and present. The past has all the passionate moments with Jack, the build-up to present events, and the relationships and humour between other characters. The past is a nice break from the present, because the present will tear you apart. There were not enough gifs in the world to express my shock over what happens in this book. I was dumbstruck. There was no warning, I was so involved in the story and had all my optimism pouring into it and then BAM, I was bitch slapped like a fat kid trying to take the last cookie. And let me tell you kids, it does not get better for quite a while! You need to wear the big girl pants.Read more ›
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Every now and then a book series comes along that will blow your mind.........and this is definitely one of them! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
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