The Saga is complete! The Bellator Saga by Cecilia London! <3



#WatchMe Fan Made Teaser of #Triumph by Cecilia London ►

══ What Readers are Saying about Triumph ══

5 ✰ Review: “The conclusion to The Bellator Saga is, in a word, epic.” ~ Pop Kitty Reviews

5 ✰ Review: “This whole story was just so well written, and these characters just felt so real. I hope that she writes a spin off of the series with some of the other characters, because I’m not ready to let these guys go yet.” ~Jenn

5 ✰ Review: “ There were moments that were OMG..unbelievable, jaw dropping. The ending was completely satisfying. I must say I went through lots of tissue.’ ~Silvia

Check out the latest release from Author Cecilia London:

►►► SYNOPSIS ◄◄◄

“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.

No sacrifice is too great for love.


 is the 



and final

 book in The Bellator Saga. It should be read after the first 


 books in the series.

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Purchase the series today →

Cute little romance. “The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts” by~ Jennifer Joyce




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A Favorite of mine! Children’s Book.”The Green Umbrella”by Jackie Azúa Kramer and Maral Sassouni



When Elephant takes a peaceful walk with his green umbrella he’s interrupted by a hedgehog, cat, bear, and rabbit—each claiming that they’ve had exciting adventures with his umbrella. After all, it is an umbrella, and it certainly hasn’t been on any adventures more exciting than a walk in the rain. Or has it?

Things aren’t always what they seem in this charming tale of imagination, sharing and friendship.
Jackie Azúa Kramer was born in Manhattan, New York. Many lives ago Jackie was an actor, singer, and school counselor. Her work with children presented her with an opportunity to address their concerns, secrets, and hopes through storytelling.
Many of Jackie’s best ideas happen in a bathtub full of bubbles. Jackie and her family live happily in Long Island, New York. The Green Umbrella is Jackie’s first picture book.

Maral Sassouni was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has been an illustrator for more than 20 years. In 2013 she won the SCBWI Portfolio Grand Prize. Her work was selected by the Society of Illustrators in New York (2014), and also honored by the 3×3 Picture Book Show in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Her art has been exhibited in group shows of children’s illustration all over the world: in Sàrmede, Italy, for the Immagini della Fantasia exhibit (2011, 2012); in Mexico City, at the Museo Franz Mayer in conjunction with the IBBY Congress of 2014; in South Korea, at the 2013 Nami Island Illustration exhibit. Also in Geneva, at the United Nations Headquarters, and in Brussels, at the European Parliament.


I think this is one of my favorite Children’s books! Such a cute story, and the Illustrations are AMAZING!

I really think you will enjoy sharing this with your child!

I do not have Children, but I have read this book several times. It truly is a treasure of a book.

Here is the Amazon link for purchase, available January 31, 2017

I received this from NetGalley on behalf of the Publisher.







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