This is the third book in the series. The King Under Stone is back and threatening the sisters.
I liked Oliver. I almost expected the Robin Hood aspect of the story to be more prevalent. Instead it felt like a passing fancy.
Petunia went on and on about how all of her siblings viewed her as if she were still six years old. I think that was mostly her perception of things. In the end they all let her stand up and take charge of the situation.
Jonquil was whiny and annoying throughout the entire book. I don't remember her or any of the characters from the first two being that bad. Yes, she was in a bad situation, but then again so were all of her sisters. She was the only one constantly bemoaning her fate and making herself ill.
I liked this book better than the second one and feel it was a good conclusion to the trilogy.