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Conscience (The Bellator Saga Book 2) by [London, Cecilia]
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An escape plan foiled…

A determined woman…

One last tiny sliver of hope...

Jack will find me.

The Fed wants answers. And Caroline is determined not to provide them. They pull out all the stops, testing her sanity, testing her strength, testing her humanity.

Jack will find me.

Subject to cruel and merciless treatment at the hands of a government she once trusted, Caroline clings to her sole lifeline, her only chance at maintaining her tenuous hold on reality: her memories of her husband, Jack, her children, Marguerite and Sophie, and the friends who mean the world to her.

Jack will find me.

But what happens when hope starts to fade? How long until her interrogators cross over into the unspeakable sadism she fears ? How long before she finally breaks apart?

Conscience is not a standalone and must be read after the first book in The Bellator Saga, Dissident. Trigger Warning: This book contains graphic violence, and psychological and physical trauma, along with an oftentimes raw, dark, and gritty plot.

For readers 18+. Ends on a cliffhanger.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1752 KB
  • Print Length: 421 pages
  • Publisher: Principatum Publishing (17 August 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XVC88VC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #903,001 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

The continuation of the Bellator Saga sees Caroline held captive by the government as they try to make her tell them what she knows. More and more desperate measures are used to try to get her to talk. Caroline is far stronger than they are.

The horror of the torture that Caroline is suffering in the present is tempered by happy memories from the past. Of Jack, their wonderful romance and marriage. Her children, friends and successful elections. But the closer the past gets to the present, the more disturbing the story becomes. Fear seeps in as we learn about how President Santos came to power and the realisation of what that means for America.

This story starts out unsettling and moves on to terrifying. Conscience really shook me up. The idea that the land of the free could taken over so easily. I haven't been able to get the story out of my mind.

Conscience is another magnificent instalment of what promises to be an epic series. We are left with a great cliff hanger which has me desperate for more. More, please Ms London

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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 76 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars This one was so good that when I finished it I immediately purchased the ... 10 August 2016
By Debbie R - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the 2nd book in a series. This one was so good that when I finished it I immediately purchased the 3rd book, Sojourn and continued reading the story. The story is very thought-provoking and disturbing, but is also full of strength, character and unbelievable hope in the face of what appears to be a hopeless situation. I couldn't put it down.......
4.0 out of 5 stars A great read with one exception. 3 July 2016
By Agatha - Published on Amazon.com
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I really like the plot and the characters. I could hardly put my Kindle down. I would love to read all of the novels in this series but, I do not like the constant flow of what I describe as "bad" language. I would have given it a 5 star if not for that. Although the sex is heavy at times, I can get through that. However the language is a stopper!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Really Wanted To Like This, But Couldn't Get Into It. 16 June 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted to like this book because I like the first one so much, but in the end it drag and I couldn't finish it. I don't tend to like romances that can't be finished in the first book. Kind of turns me off.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So much pain... 28 August 2015
By Letty (CovertoCoverBookBlog) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
If you still haven’t read Dissident, book one in the series, you will need to do that first, as this one starts right where that one left off.

Once again, we are immersed in political unrest and Caroline is fighting for her life. The book takes us back and forth between the past and present as Caroline is captured and tortured for information, all while trying to survive by using her memories as a coping mechanism.

The book gives us a more in depth look into the love story between the two opposing political figures, Jack McIntyre and Caroline Gerard. The story is fantastically written to seamlessly merge both past and present. The past allows us to acutely feel the hurt and pain the characters are experiencing in the present. That’s the sweet part of the book, as Caroline’s memories allow her some solace within the nightmare she currently finds herself in. This definitely creates an emotional rollercoaster for the reader, as reliving those tender and happy moments with Caroline adds more of the horror to the present.

Jack McIntyre and Caroline Gerard are exciting characters with an evolving love story worthy of praise. They are friends before lovers and the way their characters grow with that friendship is amazing to read about. Their trust in each other and the commitment they each give to their relationship is what keeps Caroline fighting in her present hell.

But just as the author gives us a deep and passionate connection between Jack and Caroline, we experience the deep friendships developed by Caroline and the secondary characters. All of this combined is what makes the story so entertaining and gives it that touch of humanity so needed to get through the torment. Vulnerable, strong, passionate, and witty… all traits exhibited by these characters to make us appreciate and identify with them as the story progresses.

The story mixes love and friendship, horror and hope, tears and laughter, all while perfectly showcasing a dark, tense, and brutal world where the FREE are no longer and instead, are running for their ideals. It shows how love is strong enough to destroy the barrier of political views and allow two individuals from opposing sides to join their lives.

Conscience is a powerful book, written by an author with an amazing voice that will lure you in until you’re so engrossed in the story that you won’t breathe while reading. It will leave you exhausted, breathless from all the emotions that overtake you while traveling alongside these characters.

I am excited to see what Cecilia brings in the following books of this Bellator Saga.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Brutal but Good!!! 24 December 2015
By Vivian Freeman - Published on Amazon.com
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The words are difficult to come by when trying to describe Conscience. Picking up where Dissident ends, readers are finally given some answers. Knowing now that Caroline has been separated from Jack, readers are left wondering where he is? And is he alive? Being unconscious for weeks, Caroline wakes up in a state of confusion and fear with the hope that this isn’t the end for her too. Knowing she is wanted, Caroline is given a lifeline for survival and as quickly as it was offered, it’s gone.

Deflated, nervous and saddened by both the state she is in and where she has found herself, Caroline attempts to try and escape again. And again, it fails Beaten and bruised Caroline finds her self in a place called ‘The Fed’ and the harrowing destruction of Caroline Gerard’s body, mind and spirit begins.

As the devil himself appears Caroline is forced to sustain injuries that could kill, but with unwavering dedication Caroline insists that her imminent (what she believes) death and the high likelihood of Jack being dead will not be in vain. She will remain loyal to the Rebellion and everything they stand for.

TILL. THE. VERY. END.

Readers be prepared to be shocked, to feel sadness, pain and anger because the way Cecilia London has written this second book will tear you apart. Insisting on attention to detail London waves her magic wand when writing chapters in both past and present form. Engaging from the very beginning and as each page is turned, pieces to this mysterious yet painful puzzle start to fit together. As the past details happier times for Caroline (and gives readers insight), it also exemplifies the pain she is withstanding both physically and emotionally; most importantly the belief and occasionally confirmed knowledge that her loved ones are dead

With tenacity so fierce and so aggressive Cecilia London has written a heroine that encompasses the strength, the force and the power that comes with being a woman. Even with all it’s brutality and ruthlessness, Conscience will have you hooked and desperate for more. As the book ends with Caroline succumbing to the darkness readers will be impressed and equally intrigued with what comes next.