Pages: 91 pages
Publisher: Spencer Hill Contemporary
Series: Camp Boyfriend #1.5
Started: 9th of April, 2014
Finished: 9th of April, 2014
Hannah never meant to be a mean girl – at Camp Juniper Point or at her high school. It just sort of happened during one painful year when her parents split and her life fell apart. Who knew being mad at the world would catapult her to popularity? But since changing the status quo would make her some serious enemies, she’s prepared to ride out her time until graduation. That is, until a camp friend calls her on the act during their school ski trip. Will Julian out her to her friends? Or will the guy she once accused of being King of the Nerds make her wish she was a whole lot more like him?
MY THOUGHTSMAN. I EXPECTED NOT TO LIKE THIS ONE SO MUCH. I really, really hated Hannah. She was annoying and mean and UGH. So I was a bit apprehensive when I started this little novella. But Damn. It was awesome. I don't really like dual narratives and all, but this worked out, I had no problem with this one. But Hannah was still a bit annoying, but deep inside she has a good heart, we notice this in this novella.
In this little novella we follow Hannah, as mentioned before. During their school's ski trip a guy from camp, Julian, gets in contact with her. He was the nerd at camp and Hannah didn't want him talking to her, so he wouldn't ruin her reputation with the popular clique.
Okay, let's just start on that I love the Camp Boyfriend series and I love these little novella's because 1) they are short and 2) they are absolutely adorable and 3) they are free! I mean, who wouldn't want a free, contemporary novella that is a prequel to the soon to be published Camp Payback. Well, I definitely would!
The writing in this one is obviously great. It does have dual narratives, the other books didn't have that. So that was different, but it worked in this book. I am usually not a very big fan of it however.
I'm really looking forward to reading Camp Payback, which I will hopefully pick up next week or so. If you have read this novella, let me know what you thought of it. I would love to hear of other people who really like this series as well!