Review: Mosaic by Leigh T. Moore

July 9, 2014 Lindsay's reviews 0

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: Mosaic by Leigh T. MooreMosaic by Leigh Talbert Moore
Series: Dragonfly #4
on June 30th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance
Source: the author
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Love is stronger than time... 

The future never goes as planned.
People are never what they seem.
Time changes everything.

So you want to know what happened to Anna and Julian? Well, listen up, because I’ve got the whole scoop. I’m Jules, btw, and I am an artist, as you already know if you’ve read Watercolor. What you might not know is I inherited my mother’s cute little newsy nose, thank you very much.

It’s high school reunion time, and everyone’s coming back to Fairview—everyone who’s not already there, mind you. What went wrong, who’s fault it was, and why the heck nobody knew about me… it’s all coming out.

Long-distance relationships rarely last, and a lot of water has passed under that bridge. Big Secrets will be exposed, and in the end we’ll know if that old saying is true: Love is stronger than time.

Mosaic is the exciting conclusion to The Dragonfly series.

You can’t get much closer to perfection for a series conclusion. I had come up with all of these theories for how things were going to work out. Because things HAD to work out! Anna would end up with Julian, and that’s all there was to say about that. Mosaic was full of all my worst nightmares and sweetest wishes all wrapped up together.

Mosaic starts off 20 years in the future, so right at the beginning you already know what’s going to happen. You just don’t know how. Do you have any idea what kind of torture that is?! I keep putting the book down and walking away, convinced that if I didn’t read it, it wouldn’t come true. Yes, I’m aware that this book is fiction and that none of this is actually true… but when you’ve spent more than a year, through four books, with these characters, they tend to take on a life of their own.

I was so frustrated with Anna’s poor communication skills, and I wanted to throttle poor Julian for his lack of faith. By the end, Leigh managed to wrap everything up nicely, but I’m not entirely sure I’ll ever forgive her for putting Anna and Julian through the wringer like that. 😉

It’s impossible to tell you about the book without completely spoiling the whole series, so I’m going to keep my mouth shut about all the details. But if you’re curious about the series, keep in mind the first book is —>FREE<— !!!


About Leigh Talbert Moore

Leigh Talbert Moore is the author of the popular young adult romantic comedy The Truth About Faking, its companion, The Truth About Letting Go, which is a Top 5 Finalist in the 2013 “Best Indie Book Awards,” sponsored by The Kindle Book Review; the romantic-suspense novel Rouge, which was a Quarter Finalist in the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards; and the Dragonfly series, a new contemporary YA to new adult romantic saga.

A southern expat and beach bum (and ex-journalist and editor), Leigh lives with her husband and two young children in a landlocked location. To compensate, she conjures new worlds, characters, and situations while playing chauffeur, chaperon, group activity leader, and referee.

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One woman stuck in a house full of boys, I immerse myself in books and save my sanity by reading, writing and blogging. I'll read just about anything, from any genre, and LOVE supporting Indie authors. <3
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