Winter by Marissa Meyer is the 4th and last installment in the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. It was one of the books I've most been anticipating this year.
While I enjoyed the final romp of the four young ladies, their beloved swain, and trusty robot servant Iko, I wasn't overwhelmed. The primary flaw was that the book suffered from too many protagonists combining and recombining in innumerable ever more complicated permutations, to the point that I couldn't keep track of where each of the 9 principals were at any given time. And with so many key players, even at 800 pages, there wasn't a lot of space for nuanced character growth for all.
I don't think that it's too much of a spoiler to say that after all of the convoluted maneuvering and angst each girl (princess) gets her man (prince) and the evil stepmother is dead.
I still like how Marissa Meyer wove the craze for dystopian YA and fairytale retellings with an SF setting. While this was obviously intended to be the last in the quartet, I think the ending left room for at least several other short stories in the same world, if not sharing vignettes of what happened 10-years after.