Review: The Power by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Slight Spoilers

I just don’t know how I feel about this series yet. I love JLA, I love the world building, I love the action, and I love the supporting characters. The questionable feelings come into play when I think about Seth and Josie. I’ve spent so long hating Seth, and I finally understood him in  #1 of this series. I think I need Seth to be the bad boy. Is it wrong for me to want Seth to show Josie what he’s capable of? I just want her to understand the freaking disaster that is Seth. Josie is naive, and she is irritating. Her inner dialogue about Alex pissed me off. I liked Josie well enough in the first book, but I still didn’t know her that well. And for her to talk ish about Alex, it rubbed me the wrong way. Alex is my bff! So um… I know I’m crazy and these are fictional characters, but I don’t care. I’m going to give this 4 stars because JLA has my panties all in a bunch over these characters. I have a feeling this series is going to be longer than 3 books. Well I’m hoping that it is, because I need Seth to go bonkers for a while.

4 stars


Yikes, Natasha has such strong negative feelings toward Josie. I liked her. I only found her self-deprecating thoughts irritating. I love JLA, I love the world building and action, and I love all the characters. I love Seth, like I really love him. I know he’s redeemable, and I want so desperately for him to be more than a weapon. Josie is determined to make Seth realize he deserves everything. Josie is naive because she’s been hidden away from this world!! You can’t expect her to be as strong and capable as Alex who had trained her entire life to be a sentinel. I am a fan of Josie and I can’t wait to watch her growth and see where this goes.

4 stars


I don’t hate Josie. I just like Alex more…lol


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