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The enthralling conclusion of Jameson and Jocelyn's forbidden love...Jameson's love knows no end, it shows no fear, and it won't accept defeat. It is for these reasons that Jameson has infiltrated the ministry in search of Jocelyn, the woman he cannot live without. While locked inside their enemies headquarters, he witnesses the stark reality of their desperate situation..The enthralling conclusion of Jameson and Jocelyn's forbidden love...Jameson's love knows no end, it shows no fear, and it won't accept defeat. It is for these reasons that Jameson has infiltrated the ministry in search of Jocelyn, the woman he cannot live without. While locked inside their enemies headquarters, he witnesses the stark reality of their desperate situation...The Sevens are ready for war; Jocelyn is their pawn to move as they wish; and time is running out for Jameson to free her and rebuild his army before The Sevens strike.As their entire world hangs in the balance, Jameson and Jocelyn must find the strength to meet their destinies and fulfill the prophecy that has led them to this point. The time has come. Jameson must find a way to unite their world against The Sevens in one final stand. Jocelyn must accept her fate and take the Nobilis's life. But can they do it and survive? Can their love really conquer all?Told from Jameson's point of view, this achingly poignant finale will show to what extent Jameson and Jocelyn will go to preserve their love, and each other's life....

Title : prophecy
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ISBN : 16205168
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 278 Pages
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prophecy Reviews

  • Ashley
    2019-05-23 11:07

    ....I am not quite sure what to say about this one....I liked it, there was a lot of action and it was intense and caused a lot of anxiety over certain events......but unlike the other 3 books, Jocelyn didn't have a POV, so it was all Jameson - I didn't really think it bothered me, but, this whole book was Jameson trying to keep Jocelyn away from EVERYTHING. He would have kept her in a nice little bubble if he could have. Its like she wasn't really a main character at this point...Eran and Maggie [whom I love more than anything] had more of a part in this last book than she did. I was actually kind of disappointed....yes, the action was great, the storyline was pretty good.....but I didn't have a connection with it.....and the Epilogue...??? seriously!? That wasn't an epilogue, it was more of a prologue, and it wasn't even in the present starring Jocelyn and Jameson......I WANTED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM AFTER THIS STORY, I didn't get that, and this book was....not up to par. Sorry.

  • Nancy
    2019-06-13 10:53

    I had a little deja vu reading this book. The author concentrated so much on the violent resolution to Jameson and Jocelyn's conflict with the Sevens, just as she did with Maggie and Eran's conflict with the Fallen Ones in Reckoning, that there was not enough room for much of the love story. I did enjoy the collaboration between J&J and M&E to finish their "missions" however and I am glad both couples are getting their happily ever afters.One question I do have is what happened to the rope of the Sevens that Jocelyn had? It was not mentioned at all in Prophecy and I don't remember what, if anything, happened to it in Savior. That's not to say it was taken care of, it's just that I've read many books in this genre that I may be forgetting some of the details.

  • Rosalynn
    2019-06-14 11:05

    Finishing this book was bitter-sweet. It was a well written, enthralling series that I couldn't put down. I loved every minute and marvel at Falter's ability to make everything seem pretty plausible in a world of witches. The ending to this one was a smidge anti-climactic, and I feel like (spoiler) having the "actual prophecy" revealed at the end was a shortcut to get around actually having to follow through with killing Jameson, but I enjoyed it all the same. Falter is a great writer and I will most definitely be reading her other series. But, as is common for end of last books, I was sad to finish it. Not only do I know have to say goodbye to Jocelyn and Jameson, but I also must leave Maggie, Eran, and all my supporting Alterums behind as well. :(

  • Londyn
    2019-05-16 09:51

    Love me a HEA. Great conclusion to the series and I loved seeing eran and Maggie again :-)

  • Faith Russell
    2019-06-14 08:54

    I found this series to be a bit bland. Nothing really stood out for me. I loved the author’s Apocalypse Chronicles but this one was just okay for me. It wasn’t bad but it wasn’t amazing either. It’s a good read but I probably won’t be rereading it.

  • Ally || the Inkblot ||
    2019-05-23 12:47

    It's...all over?I'm going to miss these characters so much, this setting, everything. I loved this book to bits and pieces, loved the series as a whole. if you are looking for closure and the resolution of all conflict, and I mean all, then you will be so very happy. Personally, I was so pissed that (view spoiler)[ the Jocelyn-will-kill-Jameson subplot turned out to be a LIE. A TOTALLY OUTRIGHT TIME WASTING LIE. (hide spoiler)]But I'll be alright. Why did I give it 4 stars? Because I felt the resolution of some problems were too easy. But the characters all evolved in a lovely way (even Charlotte, who I mentally stabbed multiple times).The addition of Maggie and Eran did wonders, especially with the adjustment to Jameson's POV. I always thought of M&E's relationship to be very much like Jocelyn and Jameson. But they are different when put side by side, and their differences made them very strong characters, both in the literary sense and in the novel.I'm afraid of spoiling the ending, so I'll stop here.

  • EndlessReading
    2019-06-16 09:54

    Oh My Freaking Amaze-balls!! This was sooooooo fricking awesome and I liked the way it ended and the insight to the prophecy. I loved the prologue that you wrote which gave you insight on the originality of the prophecy. This book was beautifully written (just like the rest).I loved the way you managed to bring both Eran & Magdalene into this series also. When I finished the Guardians trilogy I thought to myself....This can't end here and I was proven that it didn't with this series!It's always sad for a series to come to an end but I am truly happy that I stumbled upon this series as from the 1st book I was glued and forever anticipating the sequels release.I look forward to reading more of Laury Falter's books'.Would definitely recommend!!

  • Anna
    2019-05-20 09:51

    Jocelyn and Jameson's love reaches no end and that is continually proved throughout this book. Separated, tortured, captured, etc. is what their love has put them through and it seems here that they have had enough. I got a little bored in this book just because there were so many parts that I didn't want to read because it either made me sad or bored. Maggie and Eran ally with Jocelyn and Jameson. i enjoyed reading them plan out how they were going to take down every seven. We know find out that they are more than human, more than the supernatural. Jameson and Jocelyn finally take their love to the next level, thinking it is surely their end.

  • Irice
    2019-05-21 14:46

    I really enjoyed the Residue series, but felt pretty let down by the ending. When I put it down, I thought, really?? That's how you're going to end their epic love story?? Couldn't it at least have ended with a REAL date? A proposal? Something?! I thought it was odd that the last piece was about Maggie and Eran. Don't get me wrong, I liked their series, but give J&J their moment! Also, Jocelyn seemed different in this book -- the way she was written as a character, I felt, was weaker. In all, this was a great series and worth reading :)

  • Dana Thomley
    2019-06-09 10:05

    Ummmmm...huh??Ummmmm...huh??Overall, I enjoyed this series, having read the Guardian series first. My biggest problem with this book, and the reason I only gave it 3 stars, is that it is stated in this book that the term Nobilis had morphed from the original wording of the prophecy "noble lass". A lass is a girl, and the Nobilis is a dude. Every time I saw the word Nobilis after that revelation, I found myself totally distracted and trying to figure out which chick in the book was really the Nobilis. SMH.

  • Diana
    2019-05-29 12:51

    Great idea to make the final book written from Jamesons POV. He has to rescue Jocelyn from the sevens where she is being held along with Maggie. They have to fulfill their destiny and the prophecy has to play out. I love the way Jameson believes in Jocelyn even though she is destined to kill him to stop the war. But as always things are never as they seem. Love maggie and eran in this story they made it a whole lot more interesting. It brings a new element to the story we have come to love. Great job. Couldn't put it down.

  • Becky
    2019-05-24 15:53

    I could not put this down. It is by far the best one in the residue series. It took a little adjusting to get used to Jameson's POV, but in all it turned out great. I like the fact that you were able to integrate Maggie and Eran into the story. I was not ready for their story to end, I am still not. : ( Laury you have done a wonderful job with the ending of this series. You brought each scene to life and make you feel like you we're part of the story. Great Job!!

  • Kelli
    2019-06-07 08:05

    I think, if possible, I loved this series even more than the Guardian trilogy! An amazing series that I'm astounded hasn't been found more fame. I also loved the characters from the Guardian Trilogy playing a part of these books to be delightful. I am always so sad when the books are done. Another delightful and imaginative read by the talented Laury Falter.

  • Judi
    2019-05-27 08:53

    First, let me say that I enjoyed this series as well as other books by this author and I would recommend them. My only complaint is that it is written from Jameson's point of view and I found that confusing at times throughout the book. I prefer to be introduced to the alternating POV in some way in all of the books rather than all at once in the end.

  • Linzydoney
    2019-05-29 13:11

    I thought it was odd to switch to Jameson's POV, and it made me nervous after the Veronica Roth tragedy. But after adjusting it was enjoyable! I liked how Maggie, Eran and the forsaken intertwined in to the story. The ending was admittedly a little lack luster. Four books in and the end was wrapped up in the last 10% of the story. Still I do like laury's writing for a bit of brain candy!

  • Amy
    2019-06-14 16:10

    Jameson and Jocelyn join forces with Eran and Maggie and become an unstoppable force. The threat of Jameson's death still causes tension and leads to fight amongst their families. And true to their housekeepers words....things aren' t always what they seem.

  • Sasha Enge
    2019-05-18 08:49

    I loved this book. I found it all tied together so well, even adding Maggie and Earn back to the show made perfect sense. I was very happy to finally tie this book up and move on to. long live Jocelyn and Jameson!

  • Emma Skinner
    2019-05-25 07:53

    I feel that this wasn't as climactic as I had hoped. I mean I felt that she defiantly could've pulled it out or killed Jameson and then miraculously brought him back to life. It just wasn't as heart wrenching and eventful as the guardian trilogy.

  • Catalina
    2019-05-20 13:49

    Amazing. I loved it. It is a tale of love, courage, family, friends... A must read. The perfect ending.

  • Jennifer
    2019-05-29 07:56

    The only thing disappointing with this book and series is that it ended. I love your writing Laury! Keep publishing. :-)

  • Molly Andorff
    2019-06-03 12:59

    Great set of books, however they didn't keep me as interested as I hoped they would but so glad I finished all for of them. they turned out really good.

  • Angelyn
    2019-06-13 13:48

    Loved the ending!

  • Brenda
    2019-06-12 07:49

    Loved, loved, loved this book. Having Jameson's perspective was fabulous. This very well may have been my favorite of all of them.

  • Nicole Wysong
    2019-06-13 09:10

    LOVED the tie in of this series with the guardian trilogy

  • Michelle Louise
    2019-06-02 10:02


  • Jillian Ridall
    2019-05-23 15:59

    This one and the first book are my favorite. You can't not connect with the characters! I just love it!

  • Cindy Cabaniss
    2019-06-13 10:00


  • Sakei
    2019-06-15 08:44

    Loved this series! Prophecy was amazing and I loved it being told from Jameson's point of view.

  • Brandi
    2019-06-14 15:45

    It was interesting to read from his pov. They shared a good love and it was a good book. Just wish the epilogue was different but it was still an awesome ending.