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3.71 of 5 stars 3.71  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  14 reviews
A typical teenager, Jillian Macomb, is looking forward to senior high. Or at least she was. Having just broken up with her boyfriend, she receives the stunning and unexpected news that she's pregnant. Her father's protege, Stephen Jacobs, and she form an unlikely alliance as they realize that their nighttime apparitions are more than simple dreams, making it clear to them ...more
Hardcover, 392 pages
Published June 14th 2011 by Hampton House Publishing (first published October 15th 2010)
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May 01, 2011 Shannon rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: 18 and up
I have to admit I was a lil nervous about reading this book. I'm Southern Baptist and it seemed a lil "antichristish" to me. My mother too. But once I started reading it I couldn't stop! I've gone from laughing to crying to being a lil bit scared in a matter of seconds!

WOW! I was SO wrong about this book! The "antichristish" feel was a presumptuous judgement on my part! I'm sorry for that.
This book is a work of fiction but it relays an excellent story of Faith, Truth, and understanding. Very det
First i have to thank Miss Deborah A. Jaeger herself for sending me this book. And the awesome bookmark too!! Even when you think you have had the worst day ever....Look up, there is always something beautiful waiting at the end. Thanks again Miss Jaeger.

Now for the book.....Powerful!!!

Everything happens for a reason. Everything!! And we must have faith that all things are what God has planned for us. Jillian and Stephen are two of God's choosen children. They have dreams of what is to come and
It seems I am the only one who was not impressed with this book. Although, it was nice to get a more modern version of Jesus' birth and how people would respond to it in America, I did not find it believable at all. First of all, why would it happen in America? Second of all, why would it happen to Christians when Jesus himself was not a Christian? Not to mention, the writing itself was choppy and confusing and the story did not flow smoothly. I stopped reading about a third through the book and ...more
Laura Kay Bolin
Prophecy the Fullfillment, was an intense read that I didn’t want to put down. It’s a modern day Immaculate Conception story filled with action/adventure, with an ongoing mystery to the characters in the story. All the players in the novel were well developed and compelling. The story itself never came across as unrealistic or farfetched rather you are immersed into their reality. I’d say the only disappointment with this book was it ended! I can’t wait to see what Deborah Jaeger writes next.
I read 10 chapters and couldn't get into it. I am not a religious person and I was put off by the bible quotes. I just couldn't identify with the characters or care about them. I got this book through Goodreads giveaway.
Kathleen Valentine
Set in the year 2018, Prophecy: The Fulfillment is a pre-Apocolyptic Christian thriller by Deborah A Jaeger. First of all let me say this a beautifully designed book – the cover is gorgeous and the book design is lovely. Ms Jaeger has a gift for prose and some of the passages in the book are truly lyrical. That being said it is a little difficult to know how to review this book. As a work of fiction designed for the Christian market it has a lot of appeal. However as a mainstream novel it is mor ...more
Amy Siggelow
I won this book from Library Thing's Early Reviewers.

I was a bit hesitant about this book, as it seemed to be a "religious" book. However, it was not overbearing.

This book starts out with a scene of a man and a pregnant woman, racing to get away from people chasing them through the woods. We then are introduced to Stephen Bishop, who is a student of religious history and we learn that he has been accepted to the Divinity School in Nashville, Tennessee. He starts having dreams, which he believes
Julie Smith (Knitting and Sundries)
This review first appeared on my blog:

In this modern (set in 2018) take on the Immaculate Conception, Jillian Macomb is 17 years old and a virgin when she and her family discover she is pregnant. Her family is convinced (of course), that she is either lying about never having sex or that she may have been slipped a drug and doesn't remember having sex.

Stephen Jacobs is 25, a divinity student and protege of her father's. He has been having dreams that he w
Violet Yates
It would make an awesome movie! :)

Stephen Jacobs, a young divinity student from Canada who is on his way to go to school in the states, starts having prophetic dreams. In his visions, he is charged with safeguarding a young pregnant virgin. When he arrives in Nashville, he discovers that the girl in his dreams is his divinity professor’s daughter, Jillian. Strange healings begin to occur and other forces exist that would keep Jillian and her baby under lock and key, to be used for profit and pow
I was not sure what to think about this book as I received it as part of an early reviewer program thru Library Thing. However, I was pleasantly surprised that, even though it would seem as though it could be a heavy read, it was actually fairly light. I was worried it would bog me down under a lot of detailed theology and biblical reference, but it did not. It able to simply follow the story line and just enjoy the read. It is not preachy for those with little religious/biblical exposure/intere ...more
Cynthia Wong
One of the best books I have read in a long time. Re-telling the thousands year old story about Mary and Joseph in present day. I couldn't put the book down. The journey these two kids had to take and what they went through to protect the son of God. The absolute faith that was required of them and the betrayals they had to face. Made me think about my own faith and would I be able to withstand the trials? Would anyone at present day be able to accept this fate?
A big thanks to FirstReads for giving me the opportunity to read this book. My attention was instantly grabbed and I was able to stay intrigued throughout the whole book. This is a modern day Virgin Mary story, where a seventeen year old virgin conceives a blessed baby. I read this book with an open mind, not being very religious myself, and was pleased that the religious aspect of the book was not overwhelmingly dominant.

A fantastic read! :-)
My review can be found on my blog.
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I was born in Michigan and grew up in the suburbs of Detroit. Writing has always been my passion and I believe everything I have experienced in life so far has led me to this moment in time.

We are fortunate to have the opportunity in this life, to recreate ourselves as often as we like, and decide every morning which path to take. There are no limits set upon your dreams and nothing to keep you f
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