by Cecilia London


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ISBN-13: 9781532875618
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/21/2016
Pages: 414
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.92(d)

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Phoenix (The Bellator Saga, #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She walked around with Paris <p> Paris danced in her arms
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He snarled suddenly, his gaze fixtating on Tyche. "Hands off. They are mine to pay with." He spun a scalpel between his fingers, his yellow eyes flickering dangerously.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*walks into his office with a bunch of plants and office supplies* "Welp here i go" i said putting the stuff on the desk and flopping on the couch.
mathphilosopher More than 1 year ago
Cecilia London's "Phoenix" is the fourth tale in the Bellator Saga. It draws you in right from the can't put it down. Some of it is hard to read, but you can't turn away. The flashbacks and dreams are amazing and fold perfectly into the story. This series is amazing. I think Cecilia London must have channeled her inner "12 Monkeys" and "M*A*S*H" and "Aliens" so many other greats to make this delightful mashup. I can not wait until #5 comes out!
CuriousKReader More than 1 year ago
I don’t even know how to start this review. Phoenix had me in such emotional turmoil….. the angst…. the suspense… and Jack? *Sigh* Phoenix, being the fourth book in the series I was prepared. Or so I thought… I try to go into each of these books with some knowledge that Ms. London is going to eviscerate me in some way shape or form, because I’m attached to these characters in a way I rarely feel. They’ve become a tangible thing at this point in my mind. I’m invested, and after everything they went through in Sojourn? I knew Cecilia London wasn’t finished – she would take us through even more and she did not disappoint. It’s impossible to pick a favorite in this series – all four books thus far are equally emotional and addictive. Typically in a series I’ll find there’s a lull somewhere in the story, but not with the Bellator Saga. Not.At. All. Phoenix is different – Caroline is struggling to face everything she’s been working so hard to forget and Jack? Jack is trying…. god is he trying his hardest to be by her side throughout – if she’d only let him. Everything I originally fell in love with throughout this series is in Phoenix – even if the story is a bit different, everything that made me fall in love with Jack & Caroline is here… and this ever evolving series is far from over. Phoenix left me with so many hard-core emotions I really didn’t know what to do with myself. I read this book basically in one sitting. I cried with Caroline, I felt the desperate hopelessness of both Jack and Caroline…. I felt every single word in this book. Cecilia London is the master of suspenseful emotions… leaving you on the verge of a nervous breakdown one second and giving you snippets of hope you will cling onto for dear life. Phoenix is an open wound – unapologetic and raw. I felt many things throughout this series, but Phoenix? This book hit me in the feels so hard it definitely left a mark.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Cecilia London is back with book four of the Bellator Saga, Phoenix. The romantic in us fervently prays that the title means the renewal of the love between Jack and Caroline in spite of all that has happened since they were separated. We want their love to soar, new, alive and reborn, but they are now damaged, especially Caroline, who has endured more than humanly possible. Caroline has been tortured, abused and demoralized, the woman that shows up at Jack’s compound is shattered, scraped raw, and trusts no one, especially not Jack. Where was he when she needed him? Where was he when she was mentally and emotionally raped, stripped of the woman she once was, now only a bizarre facsimile of the beauty she once had inside and out? Jack wants her, soul deep, she is the only woman who could truly make a man out of the predator he was. She gave him a conscience, she accepted him, but this Caroline wants to break him, to make him pay as part of her own penance and self-flagellation. All in the name of fear, feaf of believing in love, trust and new beginnings. When Ms. London could have given us hearts and flowers, she gives us Hellfire and Brimstone. She flays her characters to the bone, to their very essence and they need it as much as we do to do justice to a series that has never held back, never apologized for shredding our own lives to pieces with each page, helpless to intervene. THIS is masterful writing, truly creating a new world, filled with all of the warts and brittle shards of life in turmoil. This is grasping her readers by the neck and holding them captive, hanging on every word, every emotion and every torturous scene. Follow the journey that Jack and Caroline must take, it’s okay to wince, to want to cry, to want to throttle everyone, including the author. It’s even okay to re-read the worst of it, hoping to find a different outcome. Saying Ms. London is a powerful writer is like saying being slashed by a jagged knife hurts. This woman writes for her readers and she gives it her all. I received this ARC edition from Cecilia London in exchange for my honest review.