Melissa Marr's Fragile Eternity
The third Wicked Lovely book falls into the trap a lot of series seem to--this book was more about moving pieces into play and setting up new conflicts than being a solid story in itself. The end was not very ending-ish, which was a bit of a bummer as I really enjoyed the wrap-ups of the last two. Not to mention that this one focused primarily on Seth, who is likable enough but not fleshed out as a character at all. I mean, his defining traits are: piercings; loving his girlfriend; being abandoned by his parents; having a pet snake. Not really a lot to relate to there. B/B-.