“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.”
Jack McIntyre and Caroline Gerard have never shied away from a challenge. As dual commanders of the American rebel forces, they now face the greatest adversity of their lives. Every decision has permanent consequences. Relationships are tested and restored. Hard truths come to light. When the reality of their situation finally hits them, there is one thing they know for certain.
**Triumph generously provided in exchange for honest review.**
5+ "Be fearless, my love." Stars
The long awaited, epic conclusion to Jack and Caroline's saga. Cecilia London once again regales us with the beauty and brilliance of her story telling. Triumph gave me everything I needed for these characters and this story. A truly must read series.
When you think of epic in regards to stories The Bellator Saga should most definitely come to mind in this category. As Triumph is the sixth and final installment of the Saga I won't reveal any plot. For those of you who have been reading the series you know what's coming.
Caroline and Jack's story has been ever-evolving to this crucial point. London takes important social constructs from today's times and shows us what can happen in our world and why we need someone fighting for us. And while Jack McIntyre is a perfect hero for me Caroline Gerard should be celebrated and revered. She's a woman for whom stands strong in the face of any challenge. She's someone you'll want to emulate. In my reading world I'm privileged to read about strong women it's one of my things. The stronger the woman the greater respect I have for the novel as a whole. Caroline is one of the strongest I've ever read.
Cecilia London's writing is brilliant as always. She gives equal parts light and dark in her story telling. The good and bad juxtaposed against each other naturally. It's been a pleasure to read this series. It's been heart breaking and terrifying. Gratification and redemption has never felt as sweet as feeling it through Caroline Gerard in Triumph. She's a queen, a bad ass, and one hell of a strong woman.