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Making Ripples

(The Rosewoods #6)

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4.11  ·  Rating details ·  184 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Since Thanksgiving, life has gotten very complicated for Brooklyn Prescott. After being whisked away from Rosewood because of a threat on her life by terrorists-the bad guys her father is working hard to eradicate-she finds herself back in London. Now she has no friends, no boyfriend and is basically under house arrest courtesy of her father. But he's just trying to keep h ...more
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Published January 26th 2015 by Over The Cliff Publishing
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Katie
A young adult novel that tells the story of Brooklyn, whose father's work fighting terrorists has put her life at risk, and whose "house arrest" in London puts her in contact with a very handsome but troubled stranger. A friend of mine saw this book listed as a free Kindle read, so we agreed to try it for our book club. I ordered the book from Amazon because #oldfashioned, and I was surprised at the book that arrived in the mail. It resembles the photo here on goodreads, but the book was very cl ...more
Lozz
Feb 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
Gradually making my way through this entertaining, fun series.
The books mainly focus on Brooklyn Prescott, the girl with a secret life, who ends up at prestigious Rosewood Academy for girls.
The first half of this book takes as to London (where B family find themselves after a security scare sent to Brooklyns phone, relating to her father line of work) the whole family are laying low. However, Brooklyn soon strikes up an unexpected friendship with a blind, heavy scared twenty-six year old Veteran
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Beth C.
Feb 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Oh how I love this series, but Brooklyn's life is enough to give a person whiplash. Granted it isn't all under her control, but she could seriously make some better choices. (But again, she is a 17y/o high school girl.)
So after being whisked away to London for her protection (via the Swiss Alps) she is stuck inside almost all the time. One of the few times she sneaks out, she misses Brady, who had come all the way to London to find her.
Angie
Synopsis: "Since Thanksgiving, life has gotten very complicated for Brooklyn Prescott. After being whisked away from Rosewood because of a threat on her life by terrorists—the bad guys her father is working hard to eradicate—she finds herself back in London. Now she has no friends, no boyfriend and is basically under house arrest courtesy of her father. But he’s just trying to keep her safe now that the unforgiving press splashed her picture all over the tabloids after seeing her with the famous ...more
Cassy Le
Jan 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
THE COVER - ONE WORD: PERFECTION

Final rating: 4.5/5

About this time one year ago, I read the very first Rosewoods book, and since then, I have been in love with the series, even after 6 books.
The plot, to me, is so much more interesting now than before. This book is different from the other ones, we get to know so much more about Brooklyn and her feelings. Also, I actually think that Making Ripples is the one book who got me smiling and laughing the most of all the books in the series. Couldn't
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Lorie
Aug 01, 2015 rated it did not like it
Pointless and boring

Spoilers Ahead....This book on the series was a wasted reading. It was about Brooklyn being cooped up in a house for like 75% except the author added a new male character who has PTSD and is 26 y.o. I thought this book was going to have some as actions and romance. NOT just boring. Don't get where the author was going with the storyline. Worst is after the build up with Dave. There was zero on this book between Dave and Brady. Well pretty much Dave is no longer in the running
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Brianne Whitley
Apr 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was amazing! I wish a little more happened in the book between Brooklyn and the guy I hope she ends up with, but it did end the book with the ability for that to happen! So much happened in this book and a little bit got resolved too. I love seeing how Brooklyn interacts with her parents and also Declan and Kaylee’s relationship. I can’t wait to read the next book! :)
Jo
Sep 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
As much as I loved the connection she gained with the agency guy I'm extremely excited that she's finally realised that Brady is the one and worth every hardship of it! Plus she's going back to rosewood! I also can't believe that they saw each other through the window! I just hope Brady forgives her!
Ness
Oct 31, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm just loving this series. Not what I was expecting after reading Risking it All, but it was still a page turner.
Jennifer
Aug 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Part of a giant binge read where NOW LOVE these books, full review will come on The Cubicle Escapee.
Mercy Amare
Apr 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*sigh* now I have to wait until May for the next one.

Awesome series so far. I hope it never ends :)
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