Book review – “Diety” by Jennifer Armentrout – Alex learns who she can and can’t trust

Burning hibiscus flower

Burning hibiscus flower

Format: ebook, paperbook
Series: book 3 of 5 The Covenant series
Rating: 14+ for language, sexual content
Genre: Young Adult
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9761778-deity?from_search=true&search_version=service_impr

In the third book of the series, we meet back up with Alex as she is still adjusting to her relationship with Seth and Aiden. She starts to see the true nature of both boys and it leads to her decision. But fate catches up to her and makes the decision for her.

This is by far the best book of the series (at least so far). Its filled with romance, angst, drama, comedy, and so many twists and turns you won’t be able to keep up. The story really sets the standard fro the final two books of the series and it’s going to be fun to see where it goes.

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Alex really starts to see the other side of Seth. Up until about half way through this book, many fans (myself included) kept flip flopping back and forth between Team Seth and Team Aiden. Seth still has that whole bad boy thing going for him, but his true colors come to form (along with someone else) and you start to wonder if he is right for her.

Aiden earns a lot of swoon worthy points in this book. He finally succumbs to his feel for Alex and we get to finally see just how much she means to him. He is a romantic at heart and their back and forth is so cute you just want to smack them for it.

Get ready for the series to really pick up and make sure that you have time to spare, because you are not going to want to stop reading it once you get to about 60% of this book.

There is a cliffhanger at the end of this book so be warned. It’s not as bad as some other books, but it certainly going to want you to jump right into the next book (or novella as Elixir is next). So make sure you have it ready. And make sure you read Elixir. This isn’t like some of those other novellas in a series where its just a fun read and not necessary, but this one is absolutely necessary.

Rating: A

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The Covenant series

covenant series

Daimon
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK

Half-Blood
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Pure
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Deity
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK

Elixir
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK

Apollyon
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK

Sentinel
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK

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