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Tempest Revealed (Tempest #3)

3.77  ·  Rating Details  ·  652 Ratings  ·  62 Reviews
Half-mermaid Tempest Maguire is trying to have it all: fulfilling her duties as second-in-line to the merQueen Hailana while periodically returning home to the California coastline to be with her family and longtime boyfriend, Mark.

Living under the sea and rebuilding Coral Straits is grueling work, while being back home reminds her of everyone she loves and misses. But whe
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published July 9th 2013 by Walker Childrens
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Dec 31, 2012 Ariana marked it as to-read
Nooooo!!!! Kona all the way!! I hope they end up together! Cant wait to read this
Paula Ratcliffe
Apr 09, 2013 Paula Ratcliffe rated it really liked it
This was the final book in the Tempest series at Tempest is home with her father, brothers and Mark. Tempest knows that soon she will become merQueen whether she wants to or not. Nothing could prepare her for what is going on below the land.

Kona arrives and brings news that the merQueen has died and that Tempest has to return once again, only this time going back home may not happen anytime soon. Tempest decides to break up with Mark not wanting him to be caught up in this game with Tiamat.

Nikki (Fiction Freak)
May 10, 2015 Nikki (Fiction Freak) marked it as seriously-no
From Tempest Unleashed
"...which also brings her back to her old flame, Mark."

From Tempest Revealed
"But when her old flame Kona"

At least change that
Nia Ariel
Apr 08, 2013 Nia Ariel rated it did not like it
If Tempest bitches in this one as much as she did in the last two, I'm going to scream my head off.
Apr 16, 2013 Eileen rated it liked it
Check out more of my reviews at ***Singing and Reading in the Rain***!

After investing my time for two installments in the Tempest trilogy, I didn't think any harm would come of finishing it off, considering I highly enjoyed the first two books.

Unfortunately, I found so many flaws that I had not previously noticed. One of the more prominent issues was how awful Tempest was as a character. She tried to be strong and unflappable, but when it came down to it, she always let other people do her work
4.5 stars

Tempest Revealed is the last book in the Tempest series by Tracy Deebs. I've never had much luck when it came to mermaid books, but I love how Deebs tackles underwater action and heartfelt romance. In this last installment, Tempest is torn between two worlds. Sea vs Land. Responsibly vs Heart. She must make the ultimate choice to become the merQueen and defeat Tiamat and her evil minions or be human with her family and Mark. Since the two worlds seem to collide, it's not like she can ha
Tammy Egan
Sep 12, 2013 Tammy Egan rated it it was ok
Yawn.... That's all I have to say. This book was predictable. I was hoping she would choose Kona but went with Mark instead. For one thing she was already with him when the series began and I love it when books describe the meeting of two people who are suppose to be together. I knew when book 2 ended that there was no going back to Kona. This book was very disappointing and by the end I wanted to stop reading and chuck it.
Jun 14, 2014 Imani rated it it was ok
SPOILERS AHEAD: you've been warned

Let me start with this, this book as well as the second book and probably the first has a lot of poor writing as far as plot development and successful character development in it. Not too mention everything was so cliche and obvious.

Where to start? How about the love triangle which seemed to bother people the most. This love triangle was probably the most poorly executed love triangle I've ever read about and that's saying something because I've read twiligh
Sel O Moreno
Sep 06, 2013 Sel O Moreno rated it it was ok
I dunno this series started out good for me but by the ending of this eh not feeling it. glad tempest is happy buuuut I have to admit her whole love triangle did not turn out how I would have liked.
Jun 08, 2013 Kt rated it liked it
Review originally posted on my blog: A Book Obsession..

Tempest is trying to do the impossible, live part of time on land with her family and her boyfriend, Mark, and still live up to her duties as first in line for the MerQueen Throne. It's isn't easy, but she's managing, if only barely. But all that comes tumbling down when the Queen dies while Tempest is away and her people are left without a queen. She rushes back to Coral Straights leaving her family and Mark behind, for good this time. But
Jessica (a GREAT read)
May 28, 2013 Jessica (a GREAT read) rated it it was amazing
I received this e-ARC from the publishers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was in no way compensated for this review.

I was totally psyched to get the approval from the publishers for Tracey Deebs' Tempest Revealed! This trilogy has been a fun one that definitely takes a fun twist to mermaids! Tempest definitely makes for one intriguing mermaid as she was born one but it's not until she turned seventeen that her mermaid powers and abilities come into existence and when they do it
May 07, 2013 Daphne rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal
Since I haven't read a well written mermaid based novel in a while, I was super psyched when I got accepted by Netgalley to review Tempest Revealed, the last installment in Tracy Deeb's exhilarating Tempest Series. There has been no shortage of mermaid/siren novels released in the past year, but only a few of them caught my attention, Tempest Rising obviously being one of them. As soon as I flipped to the first page, I knew it was going to be a keeper and eagerly waited for the rest of the serie ...more
Jul 12, 2013 Strawberryichigo rated it did not like it
Disappointing ;/ I expected this book to be about fighting Tiamak but no, there just had to be many "emotional moments"... Oh I love you but i can't be with you'cus it's soooo dangerous... <--this book was about that. Just like Twilight... yawn.
And it's not like I'm made of stone - this so called "emotional moments" were just flat, badly written, cliche, super obvious and didn't really do anything to help with the plot. And characters, no, people which I liked in previous books suddenly beca
Devz Milady
Oct 01, 2015 Devz Milady rated it did not like it
Warning: Major ranting ahead.

Okay count me disappointed.

After enjoying the 1st 2 books in this trilogy and with my experience of many YA series, I should have known that the likelihood of getting all 3 right is low.

Tracy - why?
Why did you decide to turn Tempest from an interesting character, into a silly idiotic petty-minded character?
Her thoughts and actions in this book is as bad as many of the usual YA heroines.

For e.g. for some crap-tastic reason she decides that she wants to be awake when
Jul 10, 2015 Linda rated it it was ok
This was absolutely ridiculous. The plot was great again and I really love Kona, Mahina, Zarek, Tempest' dad and many others but I just can't help throwing a fit whenever I read about Tempest and Mark. The way her feelings for Kona completely vanished after such a short amount of time even though a few months prior to that she was ready to leave everyone for him was the stupidest bullshit I have ever read about.
And her audacity to even be annoyed with Kona or the other Mermaids and Mermen becaus
Gabrielle Nicole
Mar 27, 2015 Gabrielle Nicole rated it liked it
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Yarelis Calderón
Jun 22, 2015 Yarelis Calderón rated it it was amazing
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Nov 13, 2012 Laura marked it as to-read
I really, really do not want her to be queen and go live in the water. Now I don't want to read it but I still will end up reading it. I hope she still visits land occasionally and they Tiamat dies. Why can't it come out sooner!!!
Feb 19, 2014 Maddie rated it liked it
Spoiler!! I do not want anyone who has not read this book to read this. Taimat was just rude in this book ( taking over the Pacific) in the end she ended up with the man who I disliked. Mark
Crystal (Books Are Sanity!!!)
Jul 07, 2014 Crystal (Books Are Sanity!!!) rated it really liked it
Tempest is back and and so is the action! I thought the most action was seen in book two of the series, but Deebs holds nothing back in Tempest Revealed! The heat level of the romance adjusts to the highest setting as well while still remaining clean (thank you Deebs!). Once I began reading this third installment in the series, I seriously (no pun intended) could NOT put the book down! My eyes were burning with fatigue yet the magic Deebs weaves with the story is undeniable and I was under the s ...more
Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
May 14, 2013 Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids rated it really liked it
I love that they kept the same model on all three of these covers.
Nov 26, 2012 Charis rated it it was amazing
This book series is my favorite !!!
Dec 28, 2014 Michaela rated it liked it
More like 3.5. The books beginning was very slow and mainly consisted of Tempest whining about her life. I didn't like the final love story as Tempest fist dumped Mark for Kona and proclaimed her love for him but now she says that she was never reallly in love with him :| and the most frustrating thing is that she knows how dumb she was being was was doing nothing about it...
The ending was satisfying but did Tempest conveniently forget that she was going to out live Mark?
Over all it was still a
Jun 09, 2016 Stephanie rated it liked it
I’m definitely a fan of mermaid books and there really aren’t too many fabulous ones out there. This trilogy was actually not too bad. The characters were decently developed, the plot had full of action and romance, and the pacing was overall not too bad. However, there was just something about it that didn’t quite make it for me. Perhaps it was the lack of overview and resolution between Tempest and her mother, perhaps it was the lack of an ending I approved or perhaps it was the fact that she ...more
Oct 01, 2015 Megan marked it as never-finished
Because I cannot get this book for free by any other means, I'm listening to it on Audible. Signed up for a free trial and everything. I have a feeling I'll dislike the experience. But hopefully that won't detract from the book. But nine hours? I could read it so much faster. Libraries should know that they make an unwritten contract with patrons that if they have the first few books in a series they will buy the last one as well. For that matter, publishers should realize that if they publish t ...more
Mar 24, 2015 Kami rated it liked it
There are spoilers in this review.

I loved all the action in the story but it created a problem in the end. Because there was so much action throughout the entire book, I expected an incredible grand finale and was really disappointed. The last stand was very anticlimactic!

The story was more imaginative than I thought it would be. I enjoyed the plot lines and the action even if the end didn't meet my expectations. The method by which Tempest defeated Tiamat was quite creative, it was just very
Nicole (Reading Books With Coffee)
I have mixed feelings about Tempest Revealed. I mean, I liked it and all, and I've really liked the entire series, but I also didn't enjoy as much as I did the previous books in the series.

So, I'm going to start with the big battle between Tempest and Tiamat. I wanted more of a big battle and more conflict between them then what we got in Tempest Revealed. After reading it? My reaction was "that's it? where's the big battle?" I really was hoping for something more.

I'm not super-happy with Mark a
Emily Crowell
Jan 20, 2014 Emily Crowell rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya
As with the other two books in the 'Tempest' trilogy, 'Tempest was fast-paced, action-packed, and fully immersive. I was sad to reach the ending of such an interesting series!
Tempest has just settled back into her home in California after choosing Mark (the predictable human) over Kona (the hot, sweet, and capable selkie prince) and is terribly happy (for some reason) when the story begins. However, her paradise is short lived. She has barely been home for a week when Kona (eek!) arrived, brin
Jodi Davis
Traveling back and forth between the sea and shore, Tempest is trying to have it all. She is trying to be there for her merpeople as the next in line for the throne under their aging merQueen, all while spending time with her family and long time boyfriend. She knows her happiness can’t last forever, and when Kona arrives to tell the news of the merQueen’s death, she leaves for the sea, this time forever. But returning to Coral Straights, she finds that ascending the throne isn’t as easy as she ...more
Jul 01, 2013 Daisy rated it liked it

This series is absolutely one with lots of ups and downs for me. I really liked Tempest Rising, then I liked, but had some major issues with Tempest Unleashed, but all in all the storytelling did have me convinced to pick up Tempest Revealed, the last book in this series. And I'm sorta disappointed.

All the development Tempest had gone through in the first two books just seemed to vanish at times and she just (for lack of a bette
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