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Turning the Page

(The Rosewoods #9)

4.15  ·  Rating details ·  124 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Celia Thomas should be living a charmed life; as the niece of Hollywood's current it guy, whose whole family is on the payroll, she doesn't have to worry about money or future job prospects. Except maybe she doesn't want to go into the family business. Although with her marks being what they are, there's a chance she won't even finish her year at The Rosewood Academy for A ...more
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Published November 26th 2015 by Over The Cliff Publishing
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Beth C.
Mar 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another winner for Katrina Abbott! I love this series...especially how each of the girls at Rosewoods Academy gets her own time to shine. This one is Celia's story.
She's always struggled with school and with knowing her path in general. She's always had a "fall-back" plan, so she never really applied herself to school the way she should have. She'd rather spend her time playing sports or reading a good romance novel. (I can totally relate!). She's never had a real boyfriend, so she lives vicario
Cassy Le
Nov 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh my feeeeeeeels.
Kat killed me with this book. Fast paced, and oh so entertaining, this is one of my favourites of the series (yes, I might say it every time but I can't get enough of these books)
There so many things I'm sure most of us can relate to and yet, the plot is impeccably unique and satisfyingly predictable (you get exactly what you want, if not better, but not in the way you expect). I'm loving that we get to know all the characters from different perspectives and it's f
Hendrix Eva
I really enjoyed the characters even if the writing was clumsy at times.

Top Quotes:

"Didn't she understand that a night of reading was my version of cutting loose?"

"I deleted him completely"

"She knew I had a lot on my plate and I loved her for filtering that junk for me."

"Humiliation and self-loathing washed over me in that moment and I wanted to die."

"Oh look at you, all red-faced and unable to deny it. You are rather adorable."

"You could sit on my lap"

"Sorry, that was dumb."

"Life is weird."
Robyn Adner
Jan 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The outstanding best this far

I thought the first book in this series was more than good, and the second was even better. But now I'm hooked totally and this is so well written and such a good story that one just have to love it. Thanks for a great series!
Nov 08, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I think I liked Celia's story almost as much as Brooklyn's ongoing saga.
I guessed who she would end up with and the twist. Maybe I've read too many romance books myself to see it coming? =p
Joanne Mcvey
Sep 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm so happy that everything is working out for celia now! She's gonna make a great chef one day and James will be so proud of her the whole way!
Feb 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
It just gets better!

One of my favourites
So many surprises but I couldn't wish for better!
So sad there's only one left
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A survivor of adolescence, Katrina Abbott loves writing about teens: best friends, cute boys, kissing, drama. Her main vice is romance, but she's been known to succumb to the occasional chocolate binge. She may or may not live in California with her husband, kids and several cats.

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