Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Review : One S'more Summer

One S'more Summer by Beth Merlin

Genre: Friendship, Humor, Contemporary,
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Purchase Link: Amazon | BN | Kobo
Pages: 264
Published May 30th 2017 by Ink Monster Books, LLC
Since that first bus ride to Camp Chinooka twenty long years ago, Gigi Goldstein has been pining for her best friend’s guy. She knows her crush is wrong and has to stop, but her heart won’t listen to reason. To escape the agony of their impending wedding, Gigi accepts a summer job at the only place she’s ever been happy.

But working at Chinooka isn’t all campfire songs and toasting marshmallows. Gigi’s girls are determined to make her look bad in front of the boys’ Head Counselor—the sexy but infuriating Perry—and every inch of the campground is laced with memories.

When Gigi realizes she can’t fix the present by hiding in the past, she’s forced to reexamine her choices. Maybe everything she thought she wanted wasn’t what she actually needed... But if she can get her act together, Gigi might have one last shot at the summer love of her dreams.

Gigi's best friend is getting married to the guy she's loved for a long time. Now shes at a summer camp as a counselor where everything started to run from her past (At least temporarily), the truth and just ignore her problems. Last thing she expected was for the Head Counselor Perry to challenge and spark her interest. At camp she needs to think about whats shes going to do about her life choices and will have that chance at camp.

I liked this book, perfect for summer reading. This book really got me into the mood to go camping and really got me excited for the summer. I thought it was interesting how Gigi was when she first went to camp and seeing her think about her life choices, finding out what she was running from, how she was going to resolve everything. I also loved seeing the banter and challenges that went back and forth with her and Perry. I thought it was interesting seeing why Perry comes back to working at the camp and his own set of issues. Overall this book was a pretty good summer read and I really enjoyed it.

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