Reviews - What do customers think about Turning the Page?
turning the page - quickly May 28, 2008
a great read, portraying the confusion and surprise of a first timer in the experience of same sex love. Hits the mark as far as the unexpectedness of self discovery of a previously unrealized sexuality.
Great Book May 21, 2008
This book really touched me and I will forever keep it and reread it many times. This author wrote very well and described the passion and heartache like no other. I recomend this book to everyone to read. You will be addicted to this author!
great author Mar 29, 2007
The more I read books from Georgia Beers....the more I realize how much I've been missing, by not buying her novels earlier!!! So far, I've read about 3 different ones....and I love them all!!
A Real Sweet PageTurner! Jul 18, 2006
I loved these characters and the sweet storey that this book holds. I couldn't put it down until I finished it! This story has been told before and will again many times over but the way that this book is written really captures the helpless heart. I really enjoyed these likeable characters. Georgia Beers is a true romantic! A great and very easy read...I look forward to up coming books! Definitely a new fan!
Wonderful Romance - perfect for a lazy afternoon Apr 10, 2006
This is a terrific novel if you are looking for an upbeat romance with delightful characters, without a ton of hang-ups, great humor and writing that flows so nicely that a reader wishes the story would go on for another 100 pages.
The main characters are truly engaging. The story begins with 30-something Melanie realizing she has achieved many of her careers goals without having personal satisfaction. She makes a move that brings her to a new town with new friends and a business of her own. The beauty of the story is the journey she takes, the people she meets and the decisions she makes.
If you like well written romance you will love this book. The reader gets an in depth feeling for both main characters and while the story has some nice turns the characters say and do the things that are always in character.
I am looking forward to her next novel `Too Close to Touch' due in July 2006.
From the publisher's website - Melanie Larson is an attractive, extremely successful business executive who shocks herself by resigning from her job when her company merges with another and relocates. While trying to decide what to do with her life next and at the urging of her uncle, Melanie heads to Rochester, New York, to stay temporarily with her cousin Samantha. She hopes to use her business savvy in an attempt to help Sam sort out the financial woes of her small bookstore. During her stay, Melanie meets and becomes close to the family that owns the property on which Samantha lives, the charming Benjamin Rhodes, a distinguished, successful businessman, as well as his beautiful and intriguing daughter Taylor. Surprised by what and how she feels for each of them,
Melanie is soon forced to face the facts and re-examine what's really important to her in life, career and love