Goodreads Synopsis: All Beatrice Shakespeare Smith has ever wanted is a true family of her own. And she’s close to reuniting her parents when her father disappears. Now Bertie must deal with a vengeful sea goddess and a mysterious queen as she tries to keep her family – and the Theatre Illuminata – from crumbling. To complicate it all, Bertie is torn between her two loves, Ariel and Nate.
- I just can't get over the covers to this trilogy! I love them all!!
- This is the third and final book in the Theatre Illuminata series. It is a really great conclusion. It wrapped everything up, and made me feel really happy at the end. I'm sad that I don't get to read more about the characters, but it was a good ending, and I am fully satisfied!
- I love the cast list at the front of each book. I wish every book had that. It would help me a lot with some books.
- This book was as good, if not better, than the first! I really enjoyed the entire thing!
- Mixing the powers over nature was a new and kinda weird development. I didn't really understand why the author put that in until the ending. Then it all kinda came together for me, and I liked it.
- This book had a lot more fantasy elements in it than the previous two.
- I know I said I hated love triangles, but this one ended really really really well. I think it is probably my favorite love triangle ending. I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll just say, it ended not as I expected, but I loved the decisions Bertie finally made for Ariel and Nate.
- I loved the humor in this book. The 4 fairies were a constant delight, and I enjoyed the other banter as well.
- Overall, this was a really delightful book with lots of happy endings! I thoroughly enjoyed it!!