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No More Confessions

(Confessions #3)

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  470 ratings  ·  97 reviews
For Rose Zarelli, freshman year was about controlling her rage. Sophomore year was about finding her voice. With all that behind her, junior year should be a breeze, right? Nope. When a horrific video surfaces, Rose needs the one person she wants to be done with, the person who has broken her heart twice—Jamie Forta. But as the intensity between them heats up, Rose realize ...more
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Published January 25th 2015 by Stonesong
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**See the original review over on 21st Century Once Upon A Times**
'He only does what he wants to do - if he breaks your heart, well, that's on you...'
No More Confessions grabs you by the heart and doesn't let go.

Louise Rozett has a knack for creating characters who are perfectly flawed. Although that may come across as a bit of an oxymoron, it's the truth - Rose Zarelli, Jamie Forta, and the rest of Rozett's characters are portrayed with a realism that makes them perfect as characters.

Why? Becau
BookWorm 221
Aug 26, 2013 marked it as to-read
ooooh but you have to write them please, I have to know what happens to Rosa and Jaime and Angelo and Steph and Tracy and Peter and everybody else.
Nemo (The Moonlight Library)
I received this book for free from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Rose’s junior year is off to a rocky start when someone posts a video of her dad getting blown up in Iraq on the internet where the world can see. It continues to spiral out of control as she tries to push Jamie into believing in himself.


This is a contemporary novel set in the real world so there’s not much worldbuild
No More Confessions was one of my highly anticipated reads; I loved the previous two books in the series that I couldn’t wait to get back to Rose’s story. Rose had come a really long way since we first met her in Confessions of an Angry Girl. She was a girl who was still getting to know her way in the world, but also a girl who showed tremendous growth. I loved how in comparison to other people, Rose came across as a really mature individual. Okay sometimes she was quite impulsive and her temper ...more
Oct 30, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: wish-list, e-book
4 - 4,5/5

This was a great conclusion to the Confessions trilogy (though I wouldn't say no to a fourth book or a companion)... What a roller-coaster of emotions again. There were a few things that bothered me a little but I loved the book nonetheless!
A fantastic ending to a fantastic series. I am sad it is now over. (Well... at least considering the ending I am guessing it is now truly over, but one can never know. I am always open to more books about Jamie and Rose, but I feel like it would be better as a new series, not a continuation of this one.) However, I am also happy that I had the chance to read this series, enjoy it and meet with Rose and Jamie and see how they got through life. And that this book came out after almost 2 years of w ...more
Paperback Princess
Jun 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Paperback Princess by: YA Bound
Shelves: tour
This review is originally posted on Paperback Princess

No More Confessions was truly the best grand finale to this awesome, awesome series! I absolutely LOVED No More Confessions, it was truly the best book out of the entire series. Louise Rozett did great with Confessions of an Angry Girl, then it stepped up a notch for Confessions of an Almost Girlfriend, and No More Confessions is just an explosive ending that I loved! Yes, it's certainly not a happily ever after ending, but the ending is real
Caro [The Book Rogue]
It's been two years since Rose's dad died, and of course it's something she still struggles with. That video gave her a new target to hate, while her worry for Jamie was pushed into the background by her quite some. It was nicely displayed how we sometimes just don't want to acknowledge a certain problem, or offer help in the wrong way. It's so human! I just love Rose as a character beyond reason, I really do.

Everything she has been through in the first two books has made her a lot calmer, wiser
Melinda Howard
Really great book. This is one of the most honest high school books I have read. In life all doesn't end well so why should it in a book? The ending brought me to tears. I hope there is another instalment in this series. ...more
Jan 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2015
This book killed me. Like literally ripped out my heart and killed me.
Brittany S.
Initial Impressions 2/25/16: 4.5 stars | There's another book, right? Tell me we get more Rose and Jamie!
It's been a while since I've read this series and admittedly somehow forgot a LOT of book two but I'm so deeply invested in these characters that it all came back to me. I forgot how much I loved Louise Rozett's characters and how realistic they feel to me. I think that's one of the reasons I love these books so much -- things don't have to be overly dramatic to be conflict. The characters g
Originally posted on Le Book Chronicles Blog

This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2015, even though for some reason it took me a whole year to actually read. But nonetheless, I loved the first two books in the series Confessions of an Angry Girl and Confessions of an Almost Girlfriend. But let me just say, I was so, SO disappointed with the final book. I don't think you even understand.

First of all, I had forgotten what had happened in the last book, but this book doesn't take off where t
Sep 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: e-book, read-in-2015
I have not been shy about my love of Louise Rozett’s Confessions series. It tends to be on a lot of my Top Ten Tuesday lists, and I recommend it fairly frequently outside of the blogosphere as well. Rose and Jamie – and the other supporting characters – are all amazingly written and fleshed out, full of flaws and yet endearing. Rose especially is such a strong character, not only because she’s been able to sort of come to terms with her issues, but also continued to fight through them. She’s a g ...more
Emma Horsman
Dec 14, 2013 marked it as to-read
you should definitely write another book for this series because its such a great read... Enjoyed every part
Jun 16, 2015 rated it really liked it
a perfect ending to a series that i've loved for a long time, a little crazy at times but overall raw and genuine and bittersweet ...more
Jun 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
The Confessions series by Louise Rozett has been an interesting experience for purely because in the beginning it didn't start it very well but the sequel blew me away and that it was pretty much what happened with book 3. No More Confessions sees Rose, leaving behind her anger issues and that of her past love too. She able to talk with her mum calmly and truthfully without any lies. She is in my eyes finally growing up. When you first begin the novel you see her entering a club with her fake ID ...more
Feb 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Dying because the cover is out!!!

12/11/14 EDIT: Check it out! From Louise Rozett's facebook page.

From Chapter 1 of NO MORE CONFESSIONS:

Before his eyes go dark at the sight of me, there’s a flash of heat in his gaze that makes my stomach drop out. I remember exactly what it’s like to feel Jamie Forta’s hands on my bare skin, though I tried not to let myself think about it all summer. Not after the way he shut me down without letting me explain. I believe h
Feb 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing
NO. no no no no no. Don't tell me this was the last book. I don't want to hear it. I'm in tears right now. Leave me to grieve. ...more
This was such a great end to an amazing trilogy. I love the first two books in the Confessions series, but this one was probably my favourite. I love how much Rose has grown as a person, and how this is shown through her relationships with friends and family. I love Jamie, and I honestly really liked the ending of their story. It felt extremely realistic for a YA novel, and I appreciated that. Louise Rozett really manages to capture the teen voice so well. 5/5 stars, easily.
Chapter by Chapter
Jun 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
I’ve been absolutely in love with author Louise Rozett’s Confessions novels. Having gotten to read the first novel, Confessions of an Angry Girl, back when I was first entering my freshman year of High School (coincidentally, the same year that the novel’s protagonist Rose was entering her freshman year), I was always excited each summer for the opportunity to experience my next year of High School alongside Rose. If that makes sense. Anyways, having just finished up my Junior year, I was excite ...more
Review can be seen here on Books and Swoons.

*I received a copy of this book from the author in order to participate in a blog tour. However, this review was not influence by it.*

I've been a fan of this series ever since the first book, Confessions of an Angry Girl, came out. So I was over the moon when the third book was announced. No More Confessions followed the story a few months after where the second book left us and just like the previous books, we are left wondering what is happening
Paige Bradish
Jun 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I received No More Confessions by Louise Rozett from the publisher and this is my honest review.

I have been following this series from the beginning. A few years ago when it came out I read the first book, Confessions of an Angry Girl which was the very beginning of Rose Zarelli’s story, and I have loved every book since then. For the third book I chose to be apart of the blog tour because as soon as I knew it was coming out I wanted to read it immediately, and I am so glad I did.

These books hav
J. Greene
Nov 22, 2013 rated it liked it
Reading book one totally made me team Rose. She was sassy, spunky, and her anger would deter many a reader but I found some odd connection with her, and her life's story.

Let's just talk about what book three is about first, shall we?

Rose Zarelli is confessing no more. Confessions are for people who "have done something wrong," and Rose is not in the wrong here. Her relationship with Jamie Forta was on the rocks, or in the air, or whatever you want to call it--as it always is. But, something's c
Ella Drayton
Jun 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
No More Confessions is not your ordinary YA novel. It's very raw and heartbreaking but you just can't put it down.

Rose is a great character. She's got just enough grit to make a believable character. The situation that sends her looking for Jamie is a sad one and Jamie makes me want to punch him in the face. One minute I want him and Rose to be together and then the next I just want her to dropkick him and leave him on the sidewalk somewhere.

It's hard for me not to give away stuff in the book.
Aug 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
WOW! I can't tell you how much I loved this book, this series. If you're reading this third installment you're probably just as big of a fan as I am. While the previous books were more Rose centered, this book brought Rose and Jaime's relationship to the front, something I think we've all been waiting for. Rose and Jaime's relationship has always been complicated, sweet and frustrating; but with this book we are introduced to a even more flawed and beautiful story of love, loss and mistakes.

Sep 20, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: wishlist
My feels. This is one of my favorite YA series. It has impressed me the whole way through because of how realistic and relatable the story is. This was a great conclusion to the series.

I think our MC is finally in a place where she really can be more than an angry girl. Rose has grown a lot and she's learned to accept the things she can and can not change, and that's really what it's all about. The pain of her fathers death is still there, but she copes one breath at a time.

Rose's biggest achie
So I kind of want to put my whole review behind a spoiler tag, but instead, I will aim for vague and non-spoilery.

It didn't go in the direction I expected. More focusing on alcohol addiction wasn't what I wanted. I thought we covered all that with Pete, and Jamie's dad.

However, it makes sense that this issue might plague Jamie too. I don't know what to say about Jamie. He remains a mystery, because talking is not Jamie's thing, unfortunately. But it's clear that Rose loves him, despite his flaws
Jan 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
I loved the first two Confessions books so much. I think I could read at least a dozen books about Rose and Jamie, so I was thrilled to see there was a book 3. No More Confessions picks up not long after Confessions of an Almost Girlfriend ends. Rose is in yet another bad place and she turns to Jamie to help her.

I do think Rose was in a better place than past books, but things outside of her control send her in a bit of a tailspin. Jamie was still swoon-worthy, but I was also pretty frustrated
It's very rare that I read a book in less than 24 hours... but it does happen. And it happened with this one!

I am obsessed with and addicted to this series. And I can't believe there is no GUARANTEED next book in the series. That publisher better say yes to another book!!

In a way I can see this ending as a satisfactory one, because while it wasn't how I'd ideally want it to be, in terms of a "happily ever after", it definitely leaves room for your imagination to come up with some future scenario
Avon Bernabe
Sep 11, 2013 rated it really liked it
Is this really the conclusion to this trilogy? Because that ending is not quite but still pretty damn heartbreaking to me. :( Why? Oh I am so sad. Sigh.

I have hated and loved this trilogy. So much. I loved what it put me through even though it has always left me like a sopping mess, unable to keep my emotions at bay.

Oh Jamie Forta. I just want to put my fist in your face but at the same time, I want to hug you till you can't breathe. I will miss you, you tough of a broken guy. Same goes with you
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Louise Rozett is an author, a playwright, and a recovering performer. She made her YA debut with Confessions of an Angry Girl, followed by Confessions of an Almost-Girlfriend, both published by HarlequinTEEN. And then came No More Confessions, in January 2015! She lives with her 120-pound Bernese Mountain dog Lester (named after Lester Freamon from THE WIRE, of course) in sunny Los Angeles, and pi ...more

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