This is the third book in a supposed trilogy. The second "book" - Brown Eyes - is really a short story to bridge the first and third book, not another "book" in a trilogy. After reading the first book, I was hooked; it had so much potential for a great series. The third book just fell flat. Characters and events seemed to be thrown together haphazardly and hastily. So much was left unexplained. The spelling and grammar mistakes were unbelievable, another unfortunate side effect of self-publishing these days, it seems.
Needless to say, this was a very disappointing read.