Monday 30 June 2014

Mosaic (Dragonfly#4) by Leigh T. Moore Release Blitz - #giveaway & #review

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Title: Mosaic (Dragonfly #4)
Author: Leigh Talbert Moore
Release Date: June 30, 2014
Genre: YA/NA Romance

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Mosaic, the exciting conclusion to The Dragonfly series, coming June 30, 2014!
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 LIVE!!! ★★★
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Dragonfly series

Dragonfly (Dragonfly, #1) *Free*
Undertow (Dragonfly, #2)
Watercolor (Dragonfly, #3)
Mosaic (Dragonfly, #4)
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6452152 I'm the hat lady--wife, mom, reader, writer, caffeine addict, chocoholic, southern expat, and beach bum. *LIKE my Facebook page for daily updates, new release announcements, and sale info! *SIGN UP for my newsletter for new release announcements! (not spam) *I LOVE hearing from readers! Send feedback, ask questions, or say hello at leightmoore(at) *And I share books I think RULE on Goodreads! Be a friend~


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Source: eARC for Honest Review from Author
Genre: YA that turns to Adult Contemporary
Part of a series and to get the full Dragonfly experience it is recommended to read the series as a whole.

My Mosaic Review ...

This review is a bit bittersweet for me because I have been waiting forever to find out what happens to Anna and Julian.  So, I absolutely adored this book but I'm also super sad that I have to say goodbye to Anna & Julian. 

I wasn't sure how this book was going to play out but Leigh T. Moore knows how to switch things up and make the story fresh & unpredictable.  How you ask does she make this happen?  Well, that would be because this book is 20 years after the end of Watercolor.  

The book starts 20 years later but we get to find out what happens in between from the point of view of a teenager named Juliet.   I thought this format was so different refreshing and brilliantly done.  

We finally get to find out what happens with the aftermath of Julian finding out who his real birth dad is and all that came with that.  
"You have always been the best thing that came out of that tragedy."
Do we get our HEA that we wanted???  Yes we do, it just takes awhile to get there.  Even though the present day might seem a bit rushed it really isn't because it was 20 some years in the making. 

This series was very well done with it's uniqueness of writing and story format.  It was a story about finding yourself and love, while at the same time having history alter, effect and repeat itself. Loved it but it is time to say good bye to everyone in Fairview. 

4.5 Unique Thumbs up!
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