*Warning: This review may contain spoilers. Read at your own risk.
Release Date: February 26, 2013
Love or life. Henry or their child. The end of her family or the end of the world.
--via Barnes & Noble
Rating: THREE Gold Stars!!!
I adored the The Goddess Test series. The writing wasn't the most sophisticated considering it was published but the premise of the story was great. Next to YA werewolf romance, I LOVE retellings of the Hades and Persephone story. So, I gobbled The Goddess Test series up in no time. If you enjoy YA books inspired by Greek mythology look no further.
Immortality or love. You can't have both.
I bolted upright up in the darkness.
The Goddess Interrupted ended on a major cliffhanger which set up the plot for perfectly. In the conclusion to the series, Kate had to deal with a pregnancy, the betrayal of her closest friend, her separation from Hades and being held captive by the most powerful being, Cronus under the threat of fatal harm to those she holds dear. The plot is filled with drama, angst, emotional tug-a-war and more.
Kate Winters - Kate's biggest virtue was how selfless she was. No matter how bad you treated her or the horrible things you've done, she always forgave. Maybe she wasn't a fierce fighter but she had strong character.
***Check out Aimee Carter's website for more information about her and The Goddess Inheritance: HERE