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.
Part Three of a Six Part Saga. Sojourn (approximately 89,000 words) is not a standalone and must be read after the first two books in the series. Ends in a cliffhanger. For readers 18+. This book contains adult situations including explicit sex and violence.
The most recently released Sojourn is book three in Cecilia London’s Bellator Saga. Filled with so much more then you could have ever anticipated, for me, Sojourn has solidified Cecilia London’s status as a world-class writer.
Following on from the gripping ending in Conscience, Sojourn starts to gradually restore the reader’s faith in humanity. Like a soothing balm London begins the healing process for what has been a torturous journey for Caroline Gerard. Relieved to no longer be at the hands of the enemy Caroline needs to readjust to this new ‘life’ of hers. Filled with memories of a happier time, her heart breaks as her mind tries to forget.
With the introduction of new characters Sojourn highlights the resilience, power and strength of Caroline. Her individual bond with Gabe, Jonesie and Crunch gives readers the opportunity to see the multifaceted layers of Caroline Gerard. With each man determined to assist in Caroline’s recovery and their dedication to her and the Rebellion. These four men, as secondary characters enhance the importance, the significance and implications of Caroline’s survival. As they all prepare and begin their journey to ‘freedom’ readers are once again submerged into a world of uncertainty, insecurity and peril.
Caroline’s memories once again appear as the book flicks from past to present. Woven in perfectly and strategically placed within the story, they become powerful triggers for Caroline; creating a strong sense of empathy and understanding between character and reader. Feeling her pain and loss allows for much more appreciation for what she has survived and what choices she makes for her future.
Reaching into the souls of readers and plucking at all their heartstrings, Sojourn gives readers hope. Along with Caroline we are pining for and missing the presence of Jack in this story. But in the perfect combination of suspense and enlightenment, Cecilia London confirms her commitment to this story and it’s process. With an ending sure to blow you away, London slowly puts the pieces of your heart back together, getting you ready for what is next, in the Bellator Saga.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cecilia is my pen name.
I may or may not live in San Antonio, Texas.
I’ve been known to apply quotes from ‘The Simpsons’ to everyday life.
I live for baseball season.
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