Finished the 3rd book 2 days ago but the feeling of being betrayed does not disappear. A deep wound in the back. Kelsea we love and know would never go back in time to kill the most miserable kid in the whole Tear world. Finn was not the devil in this - William Tear was. He ignored his child and hid his identity, he betrayed Row and did nothing to repair the situation which created this miserable and unhappy child and eventually brought a disaster to Tearland. Lilly and Jonathan knew and did nothing either and that makes them as guilty as William Tear. If there was anywhere to go in the past, Kelsea would chose to make sure Row was happy and loved. I am still under impression that Kelsea grew so much more mature and smarter than the author herself, that Johansen simply did not know what to do with this. We can deal with the fact that the magic of the crown is not clear at all, we can deal with the impression that after their deaths Brenna and the Red Queen never existed, we can deal with a lot of little things left unexplained. But Erica, how, how could you think killing young Row would solve the whole Kingdom issues and create this wonderful world??? To me, it's like "Oh, the world is ugly, let's kill this sick person and it will all be beautiful again".