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Rhapsody (The Bellator Saga Book 5) by [London, Cecilia]
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Rhapsody (The Bellator Saga Book 5) Kindle Edition

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Book 5 of 6 in The Bellator Saga (6 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4381 KB
  • Print Length: 339 pages
  • Publisher: Principatum Publishing (13 Sept. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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One of my favourite series ever, the quality of the written word is flawless, an absolutely stunning book. You do need to start at book one though and this story is so very relevant to the times we are living in. Caroline and Jack are such likeable characters, you feel so much emotion in this as she is struggling to come to terms with the events of the last year. Highly recommend this 5*+++ series.
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I have no idea how I’m supposed to sum up this book so this review may just be a lot of rambling on, so if that doesn’t appeal to you then just avoid this review.

This book starts off not long after the ending of Phoenix. Caroline has woken up after the mission went south. She’s still a shell of the woman she was in the first 3 books. She’s pushing Jack away because she doesn’t want to ‘taint’ him. I kept wanting to slap some sense into her! Seriously she needed to get her head out of her ass and wake up.

Jack. Oh my Jack. He had so much patience. I am surprised that Jack stayed and took her anger, her frustration and her pain. A lesser man would have walked away from her but it shows the depth of love and devotion from Jack because whilst Caroline pushed him too far, she also reaffirmed in his head that the woman he loved was worth it.

I didn’t have that much patience and I’ll admit that at some points I was ready to write their relationship off. However, I have to remember that they’re both in different places in their lives and mind-set. All Jack wanted was for Caroline to open up to him and at times I thought he was going about it the wrong way but he had to keep pushing and go to his rock bottom headset before Caroline would wake up.

These two have a tumultuous relationship and I can see why. They love each other fiercely but the pain especially in Phoenix overshadowed that love for a while. Caroline had to fall apart so that she could let Jack help put her back together. I have so much admiration for her because in face of the pain and torture she went through, she managed to pull herself back together and heal.

My heart is fully invested in these characters and I may have on more than one occasion told Cecilia I neeeeeed a happy ending.
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‪#‎Gripping‬ ‪#‎Romantic‬ ‪#‎Suspenseful‬ ‪#‎Passionate‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
Rhapsody is my favourite instalment of the Saga to date.

The Bellator Saga is a thrilling six book series presented in the third person narrative. It's intense, suspenseful, emotional and fascinating with a plot that pushes boundaries of thought in a world of political corruption depicting the most beautiful gut wrenching romance amidst scenes that are, at times, brutal on the sensibilities. I simply cannot get enough of Caroline and Jack's love story; they've reeled me in to their lives, made me care exponentially about them, their relationship, their fears, their political atmosphere and their friends.

Rhapsody begins with the important, swoony reminder of the deep and everlasting kind of love that we know exists between Jack and Caroline. I basked in the memories depicted, memories of hope, love and the possibility of forever. The unfolding of the main body is very much in the present and is everything I wanted it to be and more. Both Jack and Caroline strive to lead the rebellion to victory continuing with the important political theme juxtaposed with beautiful sections of prose allowing the love, emotion and personalities of this couple to shine through the narrative. The banter and authentic dialogue between them and the supporting cast made me smile and feel and love as the story developed.

Cecilia London writes with such incredible intelligence showing us through the art of words the depth of the relationship between Jack and Caroline despite their conflicts and complexity of emotion. Caroline puts us through our emotional paces, she can be completely frustrating in her thought process but always with the strongest of motivation and Rhapsody solidified my understanding of her psyche.
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This saga has had me gripped from book 1 and with the dramatic ending of book 4, Phoenix I couldn’t wait to read Rhapsody.

As Major Caroline Gerrard recovers from her physical injuries in hospital, it’s what’s inside her head that’s causing most of her issues. Even though she wants to be as independent as possible and not rely on anyone for anything, the news that she can only leave if she goes to stay with Jack adds another dilemma and thoughts and memories she doesn’t want to face.

Jack is willing to do anything he can to get his wife back and to cut through all her negative thoughts about herself and make her realise she deserves to be happy but there’s one person hindering his progress; Caroline.

As time goes by Jack and Caroline must split their focus on the rebellion and their marriage, both areas require they work as a team. A shocking revelation causes them to take a different approach with regards to the rebellion and as much as Jack wants to protect her from any more emotional scars, he knows it’s something Caroline has to do. Nobody could ever truly understand the torture she lived through at the FED but her and talking about it with others isn’t enough, Caroline needs to take action so that’s what she does.

Once again Cecilia has outdone herself with the writing in this book. I was gripped from the start and reluctant to put it down till I finished but my son wanted feeding so I had to temporarily postpone the last few chapters. The last sentence of the book is an epic cliff-hanger and I don’t know how I’m going to wait till next year for the conclusion.

I highly recommend this series and if you haven’t started it yet you definitely should so you can join me in my book hangover.
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