Mattie Carver never thought she'd give up her small-town life to become one half of the best magic-smuggling duo in the business. Until recently, she didn't even know such a business existed. But as an unusually strong reliquary - able to carry vast quantities of magic in her body, undetected - she's been pulled into an underworld of organized crime and addictive enchantments. And although she's determined to keep things professional, her partner, Asa Ward, is a temptation she finds increasingly hard to resist.
Even as their relationship reaches a tipping point, Mattie is wary; Asa already told her he hates cages - literal or otherwise. But when an international black-market magic exchange goes awry, Asa falls into the hands of his enemies. Now, with the man who refuses to be controlled under the command of a ruthless captor, Mattie must decide how far she's willing to go to rescue him - assuming there's anything left to save.
If there’s another book, I forgive the author. If there is not, this last book was a depressing, unresolved mind screw. Boo. No more Sarah Fine for me unless there’s another book to tie up the loose ends of this one. If this was it... horrible writing. The reader is more hosed then Mattie.
What did you love best about Mosaic?
Yep, still ignoring Audible's forced review structure to post my reviews my way:
First, the narrator is excellent, and I'm obsessed with Sarah Fine, as she is an incredible writer.
Now on to my review:
This is not the last book in the series. I don't accept that is the case, based on the ending. If it is, then my rating should lose a star.
However, despite Fine's penchant for trilogies, I don't think she's done with this series, which makes the end of book 3 completely logical and understandable. Fine has a way of ending series that is complete and satisfying, so I think perhaps this series needs 1 or 2 more books, as we don't seem to have come to the end of the Mattie's story.
I remain hopeful and will patiently wait for Fine to write book 4, even though that might not have been the publisher's original intention for this series.
I've read several of the Sarah Fine Series. This by far was my favorite, especially the third book. I hope they come out with more to this series.
The author doesn't sound like she plans on finishing this series. No 4th book planned. You would think authors would feel committed to the characters they bring to life or to the people who love them and invest there time and money into their story... expecting the author to actually complete the series.
I was hooked by the first two books. They had a new and compelling story line. Intriguing the reader with a new way of seeing the magical universe. Mosaic as the third and final book in this series seemed drawn out and lacking a clear story. The book left many loose ends and gaps in what could have been a great adventure for the reader and the characters of the story. A frustrating ending to a potentially good series.
I absolutely loved this series. The concept was very original and entertaining. It kept me listening until the wee hours of the morning and I even kept my headphones in while grocery shopping! I was thinking this was one of the best series I've ever read.....until the END (even though I suspected it the whole time). If I knew there were going to be another book I wouldn't be so frustrated but since there's no talk of book 4 I'm assuming this was the end. I just feel kind of shorted by the way it ended. The whole book you're waiting on this reunion between the 2 MC'S and when it finally happens it's sad and depressing. I won't say too much because I don't want to ruin this for anyone but it's definitely not what I would have wanted. HOWEVER even despite this, I still highly recommend
this was an awesome book. the narrator was great. I want more books written by Sarah Fine.