-Review: The Prophecy, #4 of 4 by Jennifer Armentrout-

WARNING: This is a review for BOOK 4 in the series. 


Book: The Prophecy, #4 of 4
Series: The Titan Series
Author: Jennifer Armentrout
Publication Date: March 20th, 2018
Pages: 400
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance
Rating: 4-star

*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.*

My Thoughts? 

I haven’t cried this much since The Fault in our Stars. Sometimes, you finish a book and rarely think of it again; but this series will stick with me for a very long time. I felt so invested in Josie and Seth’s story after watching them develop into characters I admire.

You know how sometimes books have these really obvious cookie cutter endings? Well, put your seat belt on, The Prophecy will take you for a ride through the Rockies. The good kind, but dear Baby Jesus, it is painful. Like, throw you off a cliff and then pick you back up, throw you off again, get bit by a few sharks, and then be rescued type of painful. But ultimately relieved, if not a little scarred.

Not only did I cry my heart out, I laughed my butt off, and blushed my cheeks off. Be prepared for loads of sexy time. Seth and Josie are to the point where their love is not questioned, and the major focus is on the state of the world, which is in a slight form of dystopia (love this element). I saw NO WAY OUT for the Army of Awesome, which kept me on my toes until the very last pages. I’m still blown away by the twist the story took.

So. We laughed, we cried, but did we learn anything!? YES. The Prophecy tackled sexism, feeling insecure, equal rights, racism, and so much more. The world needs this book, it is written in a language that most will relate to, through curse words. Sounds strange, right? But a message this deep needs a ‘fuck’ or two. Because you can still be philosophical and all that jazz while cursing like Seth. I would say “curse like a sailor”. But no, It’s curse like Seth.


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-Trailer Reveal: Glamour of Midnight by Casey L. Bond-

glamorWhat’s It All About? 

Nineteen-year-old Karis has been blind since birth, but for some reason, she can see through the wall of smoke that separates the human lands from those of the Faeries that rule in grand courts on the other side. Most of the time, the only thing she can see on the other side of the wall is the swipe of a tail or the trailing of a bony hand along the surface. But one day, a handsome faerie appears and sweeps her away into his world—a world that is being ravaged by an evil so dark and deadly, she fears she may never see her home again. Loftin is a bounty hunter and he has been searching for Karis since she went missing from the Court of Ash. He needs to return her and collect the ransom. But the longer they travel together and the more he teaches her about what she is now able to see, the more difficult he finds the thought of letting her go. A fiery passion ignites between them, but with a monster tracking their every move, they must find a way to reach the Court of Ash before it kills them both.

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-Excerpt Reveal: Wrong Side of Heaven by Gia Riley-

ebook-wrongsideofheaven What’s It All About? 

Some touched.

Some watched.

Some just talked to me.

They all had their vices.


I’m trailer trash in the slums of Carillon.

Until I met him, the mysterious neighbor who speaks through handwritten notes. He never shows his face, only comes and goes late at night, and I’m drawn to him like a moth to a flame.

I shouldn’t want him.

I don’t need him.

But when I close my eyes, he’s all I see.

He’s my addiction. The secret I keep close to my heart.

But sometimes things aren’t what they seem, and secrets don’t stay secrets forever.

And together, we’re just two lost souls on the wrong side of heaven.


One thunderstorm fades into another, and I keep my eyes on the stars, praying this one isn’t as bad as the last. It’s tornado season in Kansas—the only other force besides Tess that threatens me on a daily basis.

The crack of thunder is sharp, and the flashes of lightning so close together, I know it’s almost time to get in the closet. There’s no basement. No shelter to run to with a secret door to the underground. It’s just creaky floorboards, dust, and a protective layer of cotton pillows I bought at the dollar store.

If the storm were to pull the roof off the trailer, there’s not much else inside my room for the wind to whip around. The only other piece of furniture I own is a dresser. But I learned, whatever I put in there, Tess will take, so I keep my clothes in the trunk in the closet. The little bit of money I have is kept in a secret compartment in the floor. It’s not much, but I save every penny I earn from babysitting jobs around the trailer park.

Over the summer months, I try to pick up as many nights as I can because, without school, I spend too much time in the trailer. Too much time with Tess leads to problems.

Last night, we argued about my chest. She said my boobs were getting too big and that my mother probably had a matching set, just like all the other whores in town. If I knew anything about my mom, I’d disagree, but Tess could be right, so I didn’t bother trying to convince her otherwise.

As much as I hate Tess, she’s all I have. When my dad died, Tess decided to keep me. She said something about the money from the government helping to pay the bills. I’m not stupid. I know all that money goes up her nose and feeds her habit.

Sometimes, when Tess is exceptionally bitchy, I almost wish I had gone into the foster system. At least then I’d have had a chance at happiness. Because living in Carillon is nothing but hell. A hell I can’t escape until I turn eighteen and graduate high school.

Three hundred sixty-four days separate me and freedom.

I am me. Alone and by myself.

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-Excerpt: Sound of Silence by Ali Winters-

sound-of-silence  What’s It all About? 

One dance, one touch, one kiss… That’s all it took to change the fate of the world.

Aliens land looking for their new home and offering world peace in exchange, there are some who question their motives, but seventeen year old Raylinn Marrow refuses to hide. She jumps at the chance to make first contact.

Jace’el is nothing like she expected. One touch is all it took to turn Raylinn’s world upside down. He captures her heart and draws her into a forbidden love affair. But the secrets and mysteries that surround Jace’el could be their undoing.

As the unspoken cost of peace takes its toll, Raylinn and Jace’el search for the truth that threatens to destroy the world, risking everything for survival and love.

Romeo & Juliet meets Star Crossed and The Walking Dead in this heart pounding, must read YA, dystopian, romance.


“I saw you —” I paused to swallow the lump that formed in my throat. “I saw you watching me earlier.”

“You were there yesterday.” It wasn’t a question. His voice was soft and mesmerizing. With each word, the space between us seemed to dissolve.

I nodded.

He reached into a pocket and a soft, familiar charm drew my attention to the closed fist he held between us. His long fingers unfurled to reveal a delicate silver chain with a single star charm pooled in his palm. The broken link now fixed. I reached for it, my fingers hovering just above the bracelet.

“You … you found it.” My gaze shot to his. I had thought it had been lost forever, maybe picked up before I’d noticed it was gone.

“I found it after you left.” When I didn’t take it he unclasped it and wrapped it around my outstretched wrist, the pads of his fingers brushing my skin. The familiar weight of the bracelet was comforting.

I didn’t ask how he knew it was mine. Perhaps he had seen me long before I realized he had.

“Thank you.” My voice was barely above a whisper. He leaned in closer … or maybe I’d been the one to close that distance. “What are you doing?” I asked.

There was something about him that, even as he lowered his face and rested his forehead against mine, made the world tilt around me. I closed my eyes and inhaled his warm scent. I felt a pull in my core, as if someone had woven a thread through me and was drawing me to him. My chest pressed against his as his lips brushed against my cheek. My mouth parted, releasing a small gasp. The warmth of his breath sent chills over my body.

“I don’t even know who you are,” I managed to say weakly, hardly recognizing my own voice as the words came out airy.


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-Song of Smoke and Fire by Megan Linksi-

smoke-and-fire  What’s It All About? 

“I am in love. I am in love with smoke. With fire. With thunder.”

 Fliss is a slave, and bound to fulfill the king’s every whim. When a local dragon demands payment, Fliss is offered by the king as a sacrifice. She has no choice in the matter.

Yet what the dragon wants is more than Fliss expects. A curse has been cast upon him by a beautiful enchantress, and only one pure of soul can end it. If Fliss breaks the curse upon him, he will grant her freedom.

But there’s a man behind the monster, and as Fliss unveils the mystery that surrounds the dragon’s hidden past, she finds herself falling in love— despite it being forbidden.

Can Fliss tame the tortured beast? Or will her life be consumed by smoke and flame?


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-Pissy People & International Women’s Day-

Before I begin, you should know I just took two Benadryl (thanks, allergies), and corralled forty 4th graders on a field trip today; you know, just doin’ womanly shit and taking care of kids. 

Today is International Women’s Day. This day commemorates the movement for women’s rights. Like in 1963 when the government decided it was time we were paid equally. Or in 1965 when it finally became legal to take birth control… but only if you’re married! 

Basically, a bunch of super important things like that are celebrated today. 

Today is awesome. But, as always, someone is mad. Because of course. Before I dive in to a sea filled with douche canoes, I need to get this off my chest. For all the men pissed off that “y’all don’t have a day to celebrate’, well, you do, it is November 19th. 

And even if you did not have a special day, no one is trying to make you feel shitty or less important by us celebrating. Does someone else’s birthday feel like an insult to your birthday? No… Then why you mad, bro?  

-Here is how some of the internet reacted to International Women’s Day-

1.  alright, i’ll smile and keep my pretty mouth shut. 

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2. i’ll be sure to not make rude comments on november 19th in an attempt to ruin your day. since you’ve given the same courtesy and all. 

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3. i forget how dramatic we can be. so sorry! and i won’t speak on november 19th, since we asked men to not speak on women’s day. 


4. i’ll apologize on november 19th for having a vagina. does this make you feel better?



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6. International bitch day… good thing we didn’t name it that, men may have felt the need to go on facebook and rant about it. 

In conclusion, we are a bunch of bitches. 

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-Cover Reveal: Shade by Mere Joyce-

shade What’s It All About? 

Fourteen-year-old Callum Silver sees dead people. It’s not a gift. His family thinks he’s crazy. Sometimes he thinks he’s crazy. He has no friends. He’s forced to live his life surrounded by nothing but the searing pain, sickening smells and desperate moans that accompany the murdered ghosts who seek him out.

When he’s offered a place at Camp Wanagi, the ten weeks in the French countryside isn’t a vacation, it’s a lifeline. A way to meet others like himself and prove his ability can offer more than years of loneliness and expensive therapy bills.

Run by a mysterious group known as the Oracle of Senders, Camp Wanagi brings together teens from around the globe who all possess the unique ability to see the dead. While Cal is relieved to find others like him, he learns quickly that not everybody experiences the spirits as he does. Some of the campers revere their abilities and don’t understand his hesitation, while others—like quiet bookworm Meander Rhoades—have good reason for wishing they could get rid of their ‘gifts’.

While researching their final project, Cal and Meander find an unmarked grave which reveals aspects of their abilities neither knew existed, forcing Cal to decide if the torture of seeing ghosts is worthwhile and, more importantly, if being a part of the Oracle of Senders is necessary, dangerous…or both.

-Release Date: April 10th, 2018

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-Excerpt of Outliers by Kate L. Mary-

outliers-ebookWhat’s It All About? 

In the dusty ruins of the world, three groups exist: the Sovereign, the Fortis, and the Outliers. Within their walled city, exclusive access to the only remaining technology gives the Sovereign an advantage that seems impossible to beat. In exchange for meager scraps and free reign outside the walls, they use the brawn of the Fortis to their advantage while the Outliers struggle to survive. Living on land that has not healed from the poison of the past, and surrounded by dangers too numerous to count, the Outliers have adapted – but to the Sovereign and the Fortis, they are nothing.

Indra is an Outlier. Each day she braves the wastelands, making the dangerous journey from the wilds where she lives to the City so she can serve the Sovereign in order to give her family a better life. Inside the walls, she has no rights and no freedom. Not only is she powerless to resist the Sovereign’s harsh rule, but she is also unable to do anything to save her people from the brutality of the Fortis. For centuries they have made their abuse of Outliers a sport, but when Asa comes to Indra’s rescue, she sees something different in him. Something that marks him as so much more than just a Fortis guard.

But as Indra’s world begins to unravel, even the quiet alliance she has formed with Asa cannot save her from the wrath of the Sovereign. In one life-altering moment, everything Indra has ever known is ripped away, forcing her to face a world even more harsh and unforgiving. Broken and scarred, Indra finds herself on a journey that will challenge everything she’s ever been taught, learning along the way that she’s stronger than she ever imagined. Maybe even strong enough to free her people forever.


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-Excerpt of a Dark Romantic Suspense: Outrageous by Jennifer Ann-

 ouragousWhat’s It All About? 

The South Side is like an incurable cancer, destroying the lives of everyone it touches.

For Brooke, the nightmare is over, and she uses her experience of survival to help those still living it.

Those like Liam.

He’s the smartest high schooler she’s ever met, and gets under her skin in the most delicious way.

She’s the bravest woman he knows, and he’s amazed she cares about his future and the fate of his band.

Their attraction is undeniable, but it’s also forbidden. She took an oath not to sleep with those she’s promised to protect.

But when the King of South Side tangles with Liam and his bandmates, she’s forced to make a choice.

One that could cost her everything.



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-Teaser: Pheonix Fire by S.D. Grimm-


 What’s It All About? 

After spending her life in foster care, Ava has finally found home. But all it takes is a chance encounter with hot nerd Wyatt Wilcox for it to unravel.

Now, things are starting to change. First, the flashes of memories slowly creeping in. Memories of other lives, lives that Wyatt is somehow in. Then, the healing. Any cut? Gone.

But when Cade and Nick show up, claiming to be her brothers, things get even weirder. They tell her she’s a Phoenix, sent to protect the world from monsters—monsters she never knew existed. It’s a little hard to accept. Especially when they tell her she has to end the life of a Phoenix turned rogue, or Cade will die.

PURCHASE: Phoenix Fire

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