Take Three was a good book, for the most part, when it came to story arc. It lacked, however, in that it tried to include so many story lines and because it would jump from character to character and introduce "new" (though not really new, old ones brought back) characters and story lines and scenes right in the middle of the book. This made the book feel sort of jumbled and confusing. I think Kingsbury writes her best books when her focus is on one or two characters and she follows them closely through the whole book instead of jumping around to tons of different people. She also dropped a character or two in the beginning of the book and there wasn't any update on them later. I found myself skim reading and skipping paragraphs so that I could find out what was happening to the characters.
Also, did anyone else notice that the author likes to end most all of her chapters with one power packed sentence? Try it - go look at the end of every chapter of your book and notice how many times it happens. Haha, somewhere near the middle of the book I read one and thought "wait.. she does an awful lot of these.." and went and checked. :) Interesting stuff.
I don't want to sound totally down on the book - it was an okay book (it just could have been better). :)