I know this reaction is a bit late, but THAT EPILOGUE!!!
This was a great ending despite the revelations being mostly predictable. I loved the plot twist with the contract
and the relocation problem that threatened to pull Seth and Georgie apart again. As with other series enders that I've read, this left a bittersweet taste in my mouth, especially since I don't know if I'll ever read about a hero with Seth's personality and charm again.
Unsurprisingly, I cried. Surprisingly, Seth and Georgie weren't the culprits. That hobo angel just knows how to push my tearduct buttons!
"I have faith in some more than others. And you? I've always been one of your biggest fans. If you believe nothing else, believe that."
I will miss the Mortensens, even the pretentious Ian, but most especially the girls. RM, can you please write a series with a Kendall-like heroine? Even if it's middle-grade I'll read it!
And though I couldn't have asked for a better ending, I can't help but be saddened about the break-up of the gang, which I once thought had a pretty solid friendship. I didn't see that part about Jerome coming at all! Yasmine and Roman's roles here were also heartbreaking.
This book tied up most of the loose ties although some of my earlier questions about the technicality of Georgie's occupation were still left unanswered. And like everyone else, I was also curious to know what ring Seth gave her!
I'm glad I finally got to read this series. I love RM's addictive storytelling skills, her awesome characters and her quirky humor. I will definitely miss everyone!