Cover Reveal for Triumph by Cecilia London
Series: The Bellator Saga, Book 6
Author: Cecilia London
Genre: contemporary and erotic romance/romantic suspense/epic romance
Release Date: February 6, 2017
Cover Artist: S.K. Hartly with Luminos Graphic House
“All of your ideals, your hopes and dreams…they cease to matter if you abandon them in your darkest hour. We have to see this through to the end.”
No sacrifice is too great for love.
Cecilia London is the pen name of a native Illinoisan currently living in San Antonio, Texas. She's filled several roles over the course of her adult life - licensed attorney, wrangler of small children, and obsessed baseball fan, among others. An extroverted introvert with a serious social media addiction, she is the author of The Bellator Saga, an epic, genre-crossing romance series. You can catch all of her quirky updates on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or at her website.
In case you missed it, here are my reviews of #1 - #5:
Cecilia London's "Dissident" is the first tale in the Bellator Saga. It's an interesting premise. Something has gone wrong and states are seceding from union and government leaders are enemies of the state somehow. This storyline is being slowly revealed in an intertwining way with the backstory of the leading lady, Caroline. Half political thriller and half romance. The intimate scenes usually just include the foreplay elements and hint at what happens - more of a "closed door" approach - some of the foreplay, however, is described in full yummy detail!
4 out of 5 stars
Cecilia London's "Conscience" is the second tale in the Bellator Saga. When I reviewed #1, I wrote that the intimate scenes had a "closed door" approach, but not so with #2! There are lots of sexy, fully detailed nookie scenes. Mmmmm... I really like the way the story is told as a mashup of past and present. And the sexy Jack flashbacks are the best! I can't wait to see what's next in #3 ("Sojourn") coming next year!
4.5 out of 5 stars
Cecilia London's "Sojourn" is the third tale in the Bellator Saga. Just in case you haven't read the series, something has gone wrong and states are seceding from union and government leaders are enemies of the state somehow. This storyline is being slowly revealed in an intertwining way with the backstory of the leading lady, Caroline. You definitely need to read #1 and #2 before you read #3. It's hard to say more without spoilers. Overall, just a really good #3...probably the best #3 I've read in a while. It's gritty and amazing.
4.5 out of 5 stars
Cecilia London's "Phoenix" is the fourth tale in the Bellator Saga. It draws you in right from the beginning...you 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!
5 out of 5 stars
Cecilia London's "Rhapsody" is the fifth tale in the Bellator Saga. Best one yet! Renewed my hope for a happy ending! These tales have been so gritty and hard that I had begun to lose hope...but just when things were really dark, Cecilia London snatched me back from the edge of despair! Amazing! Don't want to give anything away, but this story is an intricate web of great subplots. So glad I've been in this from the very beginning and I can not wait to read "Triumph!"
5 out of 5 stars