“In “NOT AGAIN”, Teal is now 16 and a whole new door of uncertainty reveals itself to her, friendship tested. New unchartered territories arise. Trying to find herself as to where she fits in and how to make it all come together.
Throughout the story, just when you read a part and then get an idea or feeling as you’re caught up in the storyline, only to be surprised at its outcome. You either liked what transpired or not and you feel her emotions.
Catina has this gifted ability sense to write as in the minds of how a teenager works with their life.The twists and turns, sorrow, pain, confiscation, complications, etc. and covers it all. Nothing dull here folks. She grasps the reader’s attention as to the point you just can’t put book down. Gotta love the local references throughout book. Catina believes/supports in being local and incorporating so in her books where it suits.” -Jacki Hopper
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