The seam is not the issue here. What you want on either side of your threshold is a downward curve, like the bullnose would give you for the water to run down off from. How the surface looks is not as important as to how it functions. You may have to cut some tiles to get the results that are needed to get the water to run off the tiles rather than pool in any area that does not have proper drainage, tile and grout are not meant to be under water for a long time without some trouble getting started
If you are using a decorative tile, you may need to rethink the placement of those tiles for the sake of being water tight. The seam may still be up, but there will need be some room for the water to run off of the tiles on the surface (i.e. the grove of the grout joints, etc.).
How to remove tiles, this is fairly easy if you have not grouted yet, break with chisel, and hammer, hammer only, five in one tool, Just make sure you cover your eyes well!!!!! Things will fly!!!!!!!!!