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.
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
Author: Leigh T Moore
Series: Dragonfly #3
Release Date: October 3, 2013
Review:"Watercolor" is the third book in the "Dragonfly" series by Leigh T Moore. The "Dragonfly" series is really good. It has kept my attention the entire time and kept the characters and the plot very interesting. Anna and Julian are finally together but can they truly be happy?
Anna and Julian are having to figure out there relationship while in the middle of a big mess with Julian's parents. Julian doesn't know who is dad is and well Anna does and she wants nothing more than his mom to tell him t he truth. Anna hates keeping the secret from Julian but she thinks it would be best if his parents told him the truth. A lot has changed for Anna since she read the diaries.
Jack doesn't seem to be doing well in school. He isn't attending his classes and he is getting drunk and causing trouble. When he come home to visit he runs into Anna and he finds out that she has been dating Julian and he gets incredibly angry.
Julian isn't sure what he wants in life. he just wants to know who his father is. He thinks until he finds out that information that his life isn't going to get anywhere. Julian begins to doubt himself and he just wishes he had a father he could talk too. Julian is aware that his mother is sneaking out of the house to see someone and he doesn't know who. He just wishes that she would trust him and tell him what is going on.
"Watercolor" was really good and I am looking forward to "Mosaic." I was a little surprised to find out that there would be a fourth book since I thought this was a trilogy. "Watercolor" is well written and the characters keep getting better with each book. I think Moore has done a great job with this series and I am looking forward to more.
I give "Watercolor" four out of five bookshelves.
Leigh Talbert Moore is the author of the popular young adult romantic comedy The Truth About Faking, its companion The Truth About Letting Go, and the mature YA/new adult romantic suspense novel Rouge, a Quarter Finalist in the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.
She is an award-winning journalist and editor, who has also worked in marketing and public relations for many years. Her writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines across the southeast and Midwest U.S., and she runs the popular writing-craft blog That’s Write.
A southern ex-pat and beach bum, she currently lives with her husband, two young children, and one grumpy cat in the Midwest.
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