I would agree with TC that there is a misunderstanding. You should have flown a normal pattern, all she did was call your base. The rest of your pattern is just that, your pattern. We normally call a base or downwind when we need to get a sequence established, but we don't call each segment of a traffic pattern, even if we are using radar. There is also the separation distance between the two Ry 10's, that may have prevented her from clearing you to land, knowing that you will probably slow down to 80-90 knots on final and the Citation will usually do between 110-130, thereby passing you.
"...Cleared to final?" can be misunderstood as a poor phraseology request for a landing clearance. "Are you calling my turn to final" would probably get the message out a lot quicker, and certainly cause her to see that you don't go past the final for your assigned runway! Just because radar is in use doesn't mean that we are scrutinizing the scope to make sure that you've made the turn from base to final, besides the fact that there may be a delay in that information being presented on our scopes. Often it is more accurate for us to see you, out the window, turning, than it for us to observe the turn on the radar.
Food For Thought.