The Gatekeeper's Daughter by Eva Pohler

The Gatekeeper's Daughter (Gatekeeper's Trilogy, #3)
In The Gatekeeper's Sons, Therese and Thanatos, the god of death, met and fell in love. In The Gatekeeper's Challenge, they did everything they could to be together, even break an oath on the River Styx. But the Olympians don't tolerate oath-breakers. 

In this final book in the trilogy, The Gatekeeper's Daughter, Therese may have finally succeeded in becoming a goddess, but if she wants to remain one, she'll not only have to discover her unique purpose, but also make some allies among the gods. Artemis sends her on a seemingly impossible quest across the world, while Than searches for a way to appease Ares. To make matters worse, her baby sister's life depends on the outcome of her quest.

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                                                              Rating: 3.5 out of 5
                                                              Series book: Yes
                                                    Will I read the next book: Last book
The Gatekeeper's Daughter was good, but not as easy to get into as the second book in the trilogy. I felt like I was watching a Tyler Perry movie. If you don't understand, here me out. So you start to watch and you like it. You understand the problem and you're waiting for it to be resolved, as you know it will. But then there's another problem. And another. And then you're problem is that you can't keep all these problems straight. That's how I felt reading this book. 
The writing, already on the line of confusing and engaging in the previous book, took a swan dive off the deep end. I just didn't understand in the beginning how all the problems were related. Because everything happened so quick you didn't have a chance to grasp it. Which shows the importance of pacing in a book. Other than that the writing was good.
So the plot was kind of all over the place. Every other chapter or so was written in Than's point of view, and I was annoyed that him and Therese were working in two completely direction for the majority of the plot. I felt like if the two main characters were working together the plot would be easier to follow.
I really enjoyed the gods in this book. Especially Hermes. He's like one of my all time favorites now. I wish that we could have seen Hip more in this book, in all three books really, he made the book more fun. I liked how we got to see more of her aunt and uncle in this one, and how we got to understand more of there personal story. I also liked how the Holts got even more serious with their problems and how some of the story was focused on them.
The majority of the romance was focused on sex. Just throwing that out there for the younger ones and the easily offended ones. Than spent the whole book basically trying to find a way to make Therese one of the virgin goddesses to protect her from Ares, and the time they spent together was spent making out. 
SUMMARY OF REVIEW(In case you don't actually feel like reading the review):
Writing: 4 out of 5
Plot: 3 out of 5 
Characters: 4 out of 5   
Romance: 3 out of 5 
Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 
Rated PG-15 a very obvious focus on sex... Violence