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His Counterfeit Campfire Bride (Camp Firefly Falls Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The competitive interaction between them is funny and the story is lighthearted and engaging. Of course their bickering and one-upmanship soon gives way to mutual attraction. I thought they got intimate way too soon, and too shortly after that things took an unexpected turn toward the heavy and soul-searching. Like with the previous book, I think the author doesn't have enough pages to do justice to the story and characters she's created.
For one thing, Miguel, our hero, does something that required a lot more pages for him to make it up to Sera, our heroine. In fact, this book should come with a warning for the ladies who love grovels that this probably should have had one, but doesn't. It didn't bother me too much because I didn't get as involved with the characters as I thought I would from the beginning. Things just moved too fast and the change of mood was too jarring.
The book is well-written and the first part is a blast. I liked the characters, they were well-rounded and believable with interesting back stories that motivated their reactions. But I would have loved it if the story had been longer and the plot elements introduced more gradually.
Those moments were fun, with a bit of introspection and character development thrown in, even though the story moved quickly. The reasons behind Miguel and Sera’s different approaches towards life was very effectively shared as the story progresses, without being too dramatic.
An enjoyable romance for a relaxing weekend read. Even though it’s part of a series, the story can be read as a stand alone.
I was really looking forward to this series though because who wouldn't want to go back to camp as an adult. I'll probably try a few more.