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Ç Read å Turning the Page by Georgia Beers ✓ A I originally rated this book 4 stars when I read it on 2012 My re read has made me realize how much I liked this book, so I m upgrading it to 5 stars

Predictable boring unfortunately This is my first Georgia Beers book and it won t be my last This is a sweet coming out story, the kind where a character falls in love for the first time with someone of their own sex Just the kind I really like.
What I liked Melanie is at a turning point in her life and is in limbo about what she ll do Until this point, she s focused solely on her career, putting love on the back burner As far as she knows, she s straight, until she meets Taylor What I loved is that how she falls for Taylor is done nice and slowly No big shocks or freaking out about what she starts feeling, just a nice slow progression of opening up to and acceptance that she might be a lesbian.
Melanie decides to take over a bookstore her uncle bought for her I love this novel but I liked the cover of the first edition better Loved this An easy read, with characters you can relate to I recently discovered Georgia Beers as an author and read every one of her books within a couple of weeks They are all well written and easy to lose yourself in Refreshing to find some lesbian fiction that isn t just erotica 4 An almost triangle with both father and daughter was an unusual twist but it does work out without too many hard feelings.
Best Book, Turning the Page By Georgia Beers This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Turning the Page, Essay By Georgia Beers Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You Making one life change can cascade into other life changes Hopefully all these changes a happy ending Lots on the surface, so not much depth.

Lambda and Golden Crown Literary Award winning author Georgia Beers lives in Rochester, New York She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and published her first lesbian novel in 2000.