As always, you all know I am very honest in my reviews. I did not like this one as much as the previous two. The first book in this series was my favorite, the second in the middle for me, and this was my least favorite. I am glad there were only three in this series.
The problem I had with this was that Quine and Lily already proved their love for each other. It felt like a huge stretch to me for these continued “trials”.
I did however, like the ocean issues and kingdoms coming together to find a solution plot line. That was at least believable. I felt like there was a lot more that could have been done with this series overall.
If taken with a grain of salt, overlooking the plot stretches and read as a light-hearted romance that just so happens to include some deeper themes of ocean preservation, then this series is easier to digest as a whole.
It felt like everything wrapped up with a nice little bow on it. That isn’t always a bad thing, I just felt like some things could have been explained more and other parts could have been cut out.
Regardless, I am pleased to have gotten to read this series and would recommend it to anyone looking for a light and fluffy beach read trilogy.