Hello hello, and welcome back to Adele Is Reading. Today I’ve got a trilogy series book review for you. I’m giving you a little heads up that most of these reviews I have are from over a year ago. Any book review from here on out may be shorter than average, or longer. I really have no idea.
Here is my review of Prophecy Awakened the first in the Prime Prophecy trilogy, written by Tamar Sloan.
When Eden starts at a new school during her senior year, she has no idea how much her life is about to change. Until she meets Noah, who immediately draws her in with his summer sky eyes and the secrets he hides behind them.
Their connection is as inexplicable as it is undeniable. It’s a connection that has Eden running and Noah burning to know more about this shy, wounded girl.
But it’s also a connection that’s destined to spark a prophecy that neither knew existed.
A prophecy others are willing to kill for.
As families fracture and struggle to realign, as their hearts connect and ignite, Eden learns to trust. But with love and life on the line, Eden must find the power to believe.
I don’t recall if there were any triggers in the story. Apologies. My then-self wasn’t thinking this far ahead.
There are two points of view within Prophecy Awakened. We have Eden, and Noah. I loved Eden and Noah together, and I also loved them both as individuals.
I loved that Adam was “OK” in the end — as much as her could be at that time, anyway. Another thing that I adored about Prophecy Awakened, is that there was still a few things that we needed to learn, and that I knew I’d learn about some of them in the sequel.
I was really looking forward to the second book, Prophecy Accepted.
I give Prophecy Awakened, 4 of 5 stars.
The rest of this review is super-duper easy, ’cause I didn’t write down what I thought of books 2 & 3. I just rated them (Prophecy Accepted,) 4 stars and (Prophecy Fulfilled,) 4 stars.
So, I guess that’s it. Today’s review was over in a blink.
I hope to see you all again soon. Happy Reading!
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