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Left the room for a sec, came back and this is what I saw. Do you like the story, cat?
Welcome to the final week of Warming the Chill with Spencer Hill! If you’re already tired of winter and longing for summer, look no further! This week’s feature is CAMP BOYFRIEND by JK Rock, about one summer, two guys, and a journey toward self-discovery.See what reviewers are saying about CAMP BOYFRIEND:
“Perfect summer read! Lots of fun, romance, family, friends, perfect story! Made me want to go swimming or sit by a fire and roast marshmallows! Loved this one!”
~ Princess Bookie
“The title Camp Boyfriend suggests that this book is only a summer love story. Yes, that is in there, but it also a story of self-love and understanding and acceptance. It’s also a story about friendships and growth and independence. I never went to a summer sleep-away camp, but Camp Boyfriend makes me wish that I had. I adored this book and recommend that it be added to all summer readings lists!”
~ Acting Up with Books
“I really admire that J.K Rock knew that the most important thing you can bring to a relationship is yourself (obviously) but if you don’t know who you are, you really need to take that time to get to know yourself and what kind of person you are. Lauren goes through a few different transformations before she can finally say “This is the person I am and this is what I stand for.” Isn’t that what we all want?”
~ The Reflections of a Bookworm
“If I had to describe Camp Boyfriend in a few words it would be: emotional, uplifting and awesome. I got so into this book that I felt like I was experiencing everything along with Lauren and really her friends…”
Want more camp stories—maybe even a holiday one? Be on the lookout for CAMP CHRISTMAS, a novella coming on December 17!
Can’t resist a cat in the library picture!