“What I feel for you increases every waking moment and sometimes it scares the h*ll out of me, but I love you. Yesterday. Today. A thousand tomorrows from now, I will be in love with you.”
“Love usually doesn’t make people better. People want to believe that it does, but in the end, love usually makes people selfish.”
The Prophecy continues with Josie and Seth trying to find the last demigod and figure out a way to entomb the Titans. However there are several obstacles in their way and some heart breaking events take place. Without giving anything away let me just say that you will be thrown for a loop when certain things are revealed and prepare for your emotions to get a workout.
This book really showed just how much Seth has grown and matured and I was absolutely thrilled to see that. Seth got a bit of a redemption at the end of Sentinel but this series is the perfect redemption arc for him. Josie made Seth into a better person and that really shows in The Prophecy. Speaking of Josie, I loved seeing a female character that didn’t actually want to be the bad*ss heroine that ran headfirst into danger but she was still brave.
Jennifer Armentrout has done it again, and given me a book that gave me all the feels. The Prophecy is the perfect ending to this series. It’s full of action, romance, heartbreak, and sacrifice. I cried so much during the last half of this book that I thought I was going to run out of tissues. Seriously, make sure that you have plenty of tissues on hand before you start this book because you’re going to need them.
“I know you have done bad stuff, but that isn’t the sum of who you are. (…) You are making amends. You have made amends. You’re not a bad person, and I know, without a doubt, that our child will never be ashamed of who his father is.”
“‘We are your family, not by blood but what exists in here.’ He thumped his fist off his chest. ‘And family of the heart and should does not leave. No matter what.’”