**This review may contain a spoiler or two**
I won all three of the Gatekeeper books in a contest, and all have been signed by the author.


Now, on with my review!

In the third and final book in the Gatekeeper’s trilogy, Therese has become a goddess thanks to the ritual Than performed on her.

However, the other gods and goddesses aren’t exactly thrilled by this.
Zeus not only bans Therese and Than from Olympus, but Than will be punished once a year by the Maenads; they will rip him apart, piece by piece.

Therese also has to find her calling if she wishes to remain a goddess. Discovering her purpose is not the only thing she must do. She must also make friends with the other gods and goddesses to try and prove she is just as worthy as they are.

When Therese’s aunt Carol throws her a curve ball she didn’t see coming, when then spirals into something disheartening, Therese knows what she must do. She goes to Hera and begs for help. Hera will only agree to accept if Therese does something seemingly impossible for her. In the process, Therese also ends up with a quest from Artemis. Her life seems to be getting more and more hectic as she struggles with everything.

Than, in the mean time, is trying to figure out how to appease Ares, who refuses to let Therese become like them(gods and goddesses). Ares will stop at nothing to sabotage Than and Therese, and their happily ever after.

Now I won’t say anything more, as I don’t want to give it all away and spoil things, but this book is pretty exciting. There’s a lot going on, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I was rooting for Than and Therese the whole time, too.

I was a tad bit disappointed with the ending, but only because I’m an oddball and wanted a little more. However, the way it did end wasn’t bad. It’s just, I would have liked to have seen a bit more added to it.
Like I said before, if you’re into Greek mythology and want to read something unique and different, definitely give the Gatekeeper’s trilogy a whirl. You won’t regret it.