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Conscience (The Bellator Saga Book 2) by [London, Cecilia]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1749 KB
  • Print Length: 421 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514613042
  • Publisher: Principatum Publishing (17 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XVC88VC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #310,346 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Where to start? When you read books like this you want to go back a re-star all your past books as nothing quite adds up to a book that effects you like this.. That's how I feel here, this series is a magnitude of emotions for me. Trying to express my feelings is a tad tough I'm going to try though so here goes.

This book begins where Dissident finished, where Caroline is running for her life and getting caught by the Feds for the things she knows of, for the government that is evil and wants to do what they want to the public. Caroline is not scared and keeps going though to the bitter end.

Gah this book is freaking brutal and broke me in two.. I don't think I've ever read anything like this before, even though I have read some hardcore story's this one had me stitches alllll the way through. Worrying, fretting, sobbing and also laughing. Caroline is kept in the Federation prison, she's torchured where they play games with her mind. Giving her hope and then taking it away. Showing her that they have her by the skin of her nose. Starving her, she's not looked after AT ALL. They mess with her and try to break her. But you know Caroline is one HARD TOUGH COOKIE and if there's any woman I would love then Caroline is it. She's a true heroic-powerful-beautiful soul that is stronger than a freaking Ox!!

Although those times that pulled at my heart hurt, you again get flashbacks into her memory, that frankly were refreshing and I truly needed the break Cecilia gave us. Moments of sensuality and love between Caroline and Jack.
moments of love and conversations between their friends, family and kids. Giving you a perfect picture of the life they had.

I'm going to now take a breather read some arcs and come back to this in a week.. But know this.
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By Zetti on 22 Mar. 2016
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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. That is a testament to the author as not many books can make me feel that kind of emotion. I’ve devoured this book and hated real life stopping me from reading it. I cannot elaborate but knowing that what is going to come whilst reading this book is so hard because I just want to make it all better for the characters. I want me a Jack, he’s so caring and loving, he’s so sweet.

Murdock, well the less said about him the better as far as I’m concerned. I do not want to spoil it so I’ll say no more. I’m off to enjoy the next book and then be sad until the next 3 books come out.

The ending of this book does give me hope but at the same time I’m seriously scared to hope as I literally don’t think this saga will end happily. Cecilia please, give me a happy ending because these characters deserve it!!

5 stars!
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Warning: This review contains slight spoilers

I will start with this: this isn't an easy book to read, there are a lot of themes in here that are only suitable for adults and are hard to read. But:

Wow, just wow...

I only gave the first book 3.5 stars but this? This gets 5 perfect stars from me. The book was amazing in every way possible. Once I picked it up I didn't want to stop and every second I could spend reading it I did. Like the first book in the series, this book is told in both the past and the present and picks up from where the last book finished.

Maureen is with Caroline trying to get her to safety but her plan doesn't work and Caroline falls back into the hands of the people Maureen was trying to protect her from: the Fed. What follows is absolutely harrowing and I can't put into words how it made me feel. I just wanted to reach into my Kindle, save Caroline and protect her.

As Caroline tries to stay strong in the face of her captors she dreams of her past and this is where the flashbacks come into play. I didn't enjoy the flashbacks so much in the installment, I found them difficult to differentiate but in this book I loved them, it gives not only Caroline but the reader, a break from the hell she is going through.

The flashbacks show you her life with John, her husband, and boy, is he hot. If I thought he was attractive in the first book this book has nothing on John in the first installment.

As the book progresses the flashbacks align with present day and we finally start to learn why America is the way it is and what Caroline has done to get on the wrong side of those in charge.
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The Bellator Saga has taken me on a slow seduction, teasing me with the beautiful past and luring me with the dark and disturbing present. As the series progresses its gaining incredible momentum of feeling and context becoming more and more intense, dramatic and emotive. The exploration of how things could potentially be if power was placed in the wrong hands makes this political thriller even more heart stopping.

The story once again toggles back and forth between the past and present using the third person narrative. It's steeped in political drama, the present witnesses Caroline held captive and all the gruesome things the antagonists make her experience. The heady mix of the romantic contemporary past juxtaposed against the suspense and gritty darkness of the present gives this story a thriller-style quality and helps to make the present the most engaging aspect for myself. The scenes from the past, however, compound the happenings of the present and I must confess although the past, at times, felt too detailed for my tastes I found that it slowly evolved to the forefront of my mind, it made my heart beat fast, I knew parts of their destiny and the impact of knowing these facts was incredibly emotive at certain moments.

I love the fluid movement of prose moving the story forward, the comfortable relationship of the hero and heroine, Jack and Caroline, their easy banter and deep connection. Caroline's personality emerges from the narrative with conviction. At times parts of the text in the present made me wince but the more Caroline suffered the more her strength shone for me.
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