Prophecy Book 3: Dark Moon Rising

First of I have to say this to the author: Why did you end it? This book is the final of the Prophecy series and one you have to read for there are mind boggling things that come to light. Remember those questions you had in the beginning: Who is Prophecy’s mother? What happened to her father? Who is the person behind the great upcoming war? Well get ready because everything is explained in the final one.

Valentine and Prophecy now know who’s behind everything, Elena. It is up to Prophecy to find what is inside the magic book her mother left behind. The thing is Elena has done something that Prophecy knew would come to light, she has captured Valentine and made him against her with one thing in mind: to kill Prophecy himself. She knows the only way to defeat Elena all lies inside the magic book, and though she’s worked hard to figure it out she can’t find the key that will unlock it. There’s one thing she knows though and that is in order to defeat Elena everybody has to work together meaning both houses, The Aurora’s and the Caelestis. Can she beat Elena and see the war over or will thousands die again in the final war? Can Prophecy finally tell Valentine how much she feels for him before Elena kills her? More than that can she find out what really happened to her mother and father?

Okay I knew it was coming to an end but I didn’t want it to end so quickly. My only hope is maybe just maybe F.E. Heaton can create an epilogue kind of story like a happily ever after. This book was like a final light into this series answering all the questions I had in the beginning and then making me wonder what will happen after the war, just a hint. Valentine and Prophecy have seen many things and it’s up to Prophecy herself to see that the war is over without losing more of the houses army. The magic has grown more in Prophecy and I loved that we got to know more about the woman behind the story and her feelings towards the man who has sworn to be her protector. This is truly a romance, and I loved the whole vampire, demons and hunters in this book so much that I have to honestly say move over Christine Feehan. F.E. Heaton has it all from the romance, magic, vampires and, oh yes, the sex is there that will make you cheer for Prophecy and Valentine to know love even though it’s forbidden between them. This is a series that I have fallen in love with and greatly applaud F.E. Heaton for introducing readers to a new world of paranormal. Great job.

Reviewed by: Lena C.

Lena C.