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Dragonfly by [Moore, Leigh Talbert]
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"Gossip Girl meets VC Andrews in this contemporary family saga. Love, lies, and betrayal become the new normal when Anna enters the world of Jack and Lucy Kyser." --Magan Vernon, international bestselling author of The Only Exception
"Angst, longing, jealousy, mystery, secrets, love triangles, sexy scenes! Could you even ask for more? Well you can because it is also very well written and fast paced..." --Nichole, Book Addicts Not So Anonymous
"I truly enjoyed this one! I thought the characters were intriguing, the mystery and story were interesting and definitely have ME WANTING MORE!!!!!!!" --Mandy, The Romance Bookie

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1896 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00D682PCE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Format: Paperback
Dragonfly follows Anna in her tumultuous relationship with the son of the town's wealthiest business man. But the closer she gets to him, the more she realizes that though her body is saying yes, maybe her mind should be saying no...and that Julian, her artist friend may just be the perfect guy for her. Then she gets an internship at a local newspaper and is assigned to assist on a bicentennial story that brings up questions she doesn't know the answers to, but is determined to find out.

I am currently having an internal debate over whether to give this two stars or three. Mainly I hate giving two stars, but I feel like this really deserves that. My biggest issue with the novel was the main character, Anna. She was so self-centered and immature and just stupid at times that I couldn't sympathize with her at all. Watching her jump back and forth between Jack and Julian when it was clear that Julian was the better guy was not only irritating, but almost infuriating. First she thinks Julian is hot, but would never be interested in her....then he shows interest, but she meets Jack and he is oh so drool-worthy and she just has to have him, Julian be damned. But the whole time, Jack is doing that push and pull thing where he likes her, but doesn't want a commitment and he keeps saying his life is too complicated to bring her into that crap, but you never really see it, besides the assholic father and older brother, his life doesn't seem too bad. And Anna just goes on and on and on about Jack and how she can't get him out of her head and then they split and she is all whiny and piney and Boohoohoo. I just found her whole personality grating. Maybe I'm too old for this kind of drama, but it all felt so fake and overdone to me.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Dragonfly is not your typical YA (Young Adult) novel where it’s all butterflies and roses. It has deep dark secrets, suspense, and even a bit of a love triangle. Just a little. Reading this reminded me why I enjoy YA. It has been months since I’ve picked one up and this was a refreshing read.

Anna Sanders is a high school student that is feeling lonely her senior year because one of her closest friends has moved away. Her goal is to finish high school, get scholarships and go to college where she plans to major in Journalism. However, when she meets the gorgeous twin brother and sister, Jack and Lucy Kyser, her life will never be the same.

Anna is immediately drawn to Jack, as he is to her. However, as we find out, his family has dark secrets (some unknown to him) and Jack is determined to stay away from Anna. He knows he wants her, but she deserves better. Then there is Julian. Sweet, romantic, artistic, Julian! He is completely blown away by Anna and she has a hard time seeing this. They’ve always been nothing but friends, but it becomes clearly obvious he wants her, in every non-friendly way possible.

Don’t let the slight love triangle throw you off. I know this is a sensitive subject for some, but the author does a great job with this. Anna loves someone who pushes her away, yet she feels she isn’t deserving of the one who undeniably wants to be with her. So who’s my pick? I’m Team Julian of course!

As we get deeper into the story, Anna discovers the Kyser family secret. This could cost her both men she truly and deeply cares about. I absolutely cannot wait for book 2. Yes, this ends on a sort of cliffhanger, but it is the kind where you cannot wait to dig into the next one. I recommend this story to anyone looking for a wonderfully written YA novel.
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Format: Kindle Edition
The synopsis and excerpt of Dragonfly had me quite intrigued to read it so I was overjoyed when I was asked to be a part of its blog tour. Dragonfly starts out in almost typical fashion of a young girl who thinks she is simply a "plain jane," who all of a sudden finds herself in the middle of a love triangle.

Dragonfly is the story of Anna. She is a high school student who is more focused on her studies and becoming a journalist than on boys. This all changes when she sees Jack. Her world begins to turn upside down as she finds herself only wanting to be around Jack despite his disappearing acts.

Enter Julian. Anna was his tutor and she believed that was the extent of their relationship. Once he begins to see Anna spending time with Jack, he feels it is time for him to make a move. Who will Anna choose? Why does it take her so long to decide?

Dragonfly by Leigh T. Moore has potential but it did leave me feeling slightly disappointed. I wanted to like Anna's character but there were quite a few times that she annoyed me because the choice was quite clear between Jack and Julian. Despite that, Dragonfly was a good read and it got quite interesting once the storyline of the parents started to develop. I am looking forward to reading more about their story once Undertow is released later this summer!

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of Dragonfly in exchange for an honest review.
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By Angie on February 28, 2015
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I really had no expectations for Dragonfly, but I was hoping it would surprise me. Well, it didn't. I was bored from the beginning, figured out the twist way before the amateur sleuth (aka wannabe journalist) main character, and then had to wonder why any of this was her business and what it had to do with anything at all! It all starts when a super rich family moves back to town. Lucy and Jack are twins, and Anna is immediately intrigued by them. Of course, she becomes fast friends with Lucy, and catches the eye of Jack. But then things happen to rip them apart, but not really, but kind of. Then Anna gets caught up in family secrets while interning at the local newspaper.

Dragonfly started off choppy. It just felt like random scenes of Anna hanging out with all of the important characters. Sometimes she's with Lucy, talking about her brother. Other times she's with Julian, and they playfully flirt. Then she's making out with Jack. Then she's talking to her mom, or some other minor character. It's just really boring. Then it turns annoying when Jack randomly breaks up with Anna, but then keeps showing up and inviting her on dates, but making it clear that they're not together, but they're making out. Then she's making out with Julian, and doesn't know who she wants to be with, even though only one of them wants to be with her. And by the end, I have no idea who she's into, or who she's with or not with.

The mystery plot of Dragonfly was really dull and out of place. It's obvious that there's something weird about Lucy and Jack's father (and probably their older brother, too). And their disappearance and return to the area was under suspicious circumstances, which come out fairly early thanks to small town gossip.
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