*I received an ecopy of this book from the publisher. This has not influenced my review.*
Once again, Rory and Arthur were just darn adorable! They are SUCH a cute couple, and their light-hearted banter, smoldering attraction, and deepening feelings are the highlight of this series.
This book also really focused on the adorable found family element in the series. With his mother dead and his father just awful, Rory felt mostly alone in life and didn’t trust easily. But he wasn’t alone, and his new lover and friends were determined to show him that.
Since this book was the last in the trilogy, it wrapped up the plot about Zeppler, the paranormal relics, and the romance in a happy, satisfying way. I felt like there were some background elements that were brought up or seemed hinted at but then were never brought up again, but nothing big. There were also some interesting uses of magic and paranormal abilities, plus some surprising little twists here and there.
The Prohibition Era setting was great again, but this time the characters traveled to Europe for a while, which was fun too!
Overall this was a really great, sweet, fun series with interesting magic, a vibrant historical setting, lovable characters, sweet found family, and an adorable romance!
Fans of Books 1 and 2 in Allie Therin's Magic in Manhattan series. Anyone who likes adorable characters and relationships, supernatural powers, and the Prohibition Era.