Playing The Part (The Rosewoods, #3)

Playing The Part (The Rosewoods, #3)

by Katrina Abbott

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BN ID: 2940149492497
Publisher: Over The Cliff Publishing
Publication date: 04/28/2014
Series: The Rosewoods , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 459,261
File size: 353 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

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. Taking the Reins is not her first book.

 

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Playing The Part (The Rosewoods, #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
 
ThisGirlReadsAlot More than 1 year ago
I just adore these fun, and flirty books. They're packed with sugar, and spice and everything nice---that's what these books are made of. In this in-between novel, we get Kaylee's story--daughter of movie producers and supreme secret holder. Kaylee has never felt like she fit in but when she returns from summer break, life makes sure she fits in even less. She's holding secrets, and dodging questions from her closest friends. Then in steps Phillip Carson, long time crush and Declan Ryan, gorgeous, Irish-accented dream. Of course, when there's two guys it's never going to be easy. Love, life, secrets, and all around cuteness make this novel a treat to read. It's not action-packed or overly dramatic but it's just as good as the one's that are. What I like most about these books is that it doesn't need to over do anything to be good. It just is. It makes me feel like a teenager again, although my life story is not nearly as interesting. It just makes you feel good, yes--that's it, it's a feel good book. At times I smiled and giggled like the school girl. I enjoyed Kaylee's back story and her love triangle-ish dilemma. It was a nice distraction while waiting for book five to release, which luckily for me I won't be waiting for--since I already have it. If you're new to this series, I should mention that although there are five books in this series they're good enough, and strong enough to stand on their own--without the obligation of reading the others first, aside from books one and two which follow the same characters. Abbott has a way with the cute and awkward and I can't wait to read book five, which features Emmie's story