Dragonfly by Leigh Talbert Moore

Dragonfly (Dragonfly, #1)

Falling in love changes everything…

Three bad things I learned this year:
-People you trust lie, even parents.
-That hot guy, the one who’s totally into you, he might not be the one.
-Things are not always how they appear.

Three good things I learned this year:
-Best friends are always there for you, even when they’re far away.
-That other hot guy, the one who remembers your birthday, he just might be the one.
-Oh, and things are not always how they appear.

Anna Sanders expected an anonymous (and uneventful) senior year until she crossed paths with rich-and-sexy Jack Kyser and his twin sister Lucy.

Pulling Anna into their extravagant lifestyle on the Gulf Coast, Lucy pushed Anna outside her comfort zone, and Jack showed her feelings she’d never experienced… Until he mysteriously withdrew.

Anna turned to her internship at the city paper and to her old attraction for Julian, a handsome local artist and rising star, for distraction. But both led to her discovery of a decades-old secret closely guarded by the twins’ distant, single father.
A secret that could permanently change all their lives.

 

I was looking for a quick read that would suck me right in, and I found it. This is the first book in the Dragonfly series, and I’m looking forward to reading the others. When Anna meets Jack and Lucy, she instantly wants to be part of their lives. She loves their lifestyles and enjoys being around both of them. But…(there’s always a but) the Kyser’s have their secrets, and Anna is determine to find out what those secrets are.

Anna falls for Jack, but I found myself rooting against them because I fell for Anna’s best guy friend, Julian. Julian clearly loves Anna, and he tries to get her to admit she has feelings for him. What I really loved was that there was another plot line with Julian. He’s not just the friend who not-so-secretly loves Anna. There’s something much bigger going on that Anna figures out by the end of the book and it sets up book two very nicely.

I’d definitely recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance.

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