Review: Watercolor by Leigh T. Moore

July 5, 2014 Lindsay's reviews 0

Review: Watercolor by Leigh T. MooreWatercolor by Leigh Talbert Moore
Series: Dragonfly #3
on October 3rd 2013
Genres: New Adult, Romance
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Love is stronger than distance...

Finishing senior year is supposed to be the best time in a person’s life.
Finishing senior year as Julian’s girlfriend should’ve been the icing on the cake.
Knowing the secret that could change everything for him is the only thing threatening to spoil it all.
Until Jack returns.

Anna and Julian are together at last, and it’s as hot and happy as they knew it would be. The only problem is The Secret. 

And Jack. 

But while Anna is determined to fight for the guy she loves, she could still lose Julian when he discovers the truth she’s been helping to hide.

The final book in this series, Mosaic, was just released, and now I’m scrambling to catch up. The whole series has been so solid, and its conclusion is bittersweet. I’ll definitely miss these characters. On the other hand, the tension has been building for so long now, I feel like they deserve a happy ending. It will be happy, right? RIGHT?!

I’m not so sure about never-ending happiness after reading this third installment. It felt more like someone had lit a fuse and I’m just waiting for an explosion. I have followed Anna through her rocky relationship with Jack, through her eye-opening dip into the past, and now through her relationship with Julian. Their bond feels so tenuous at times. Renee seems to constantly be waiting to pounce, and I know that Jack isn’t completely finished with Anna yet. I’m a little terrified about what mischief he has up his sleeve.

What I love about Leigh’s writing is that it’s crisp and clean. It isn’t overly embellished or flowery. It’s concise, and while the pace of the story isn’t what you could call thrilling, it is enthralling. I find I can easily disappear for a few hours and step into another world, another life. I’m not usually a huge Romance (with a capital R) fan, but this series has kept me hanging on right to the end.

Now, you’ll have to excuse me as I will be diving straight into Mosaic now. 😉


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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