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    Send Me To Camp Firefly Falls!

    Diego Ramos has started from the bottom and rose to the top by one thing alone: hard work. Inspired by an argument he had when he was a camp counselor with a summer camper has set his life on a path of success. Now he is set to merge his company with a huge and successful company that will make him a billionaire; his dream. The only hurdle left before the merge is a company retreat at a familiar place: Camp Firefly Falls. Penny is finally back, many years later, at Camp Firefly Falls. A place that holds many great summer memories-and a bad one. However, even the bad memory of an interaction with a camp counselor years ago was good in that it gave her advantaged childhood some perspective. Not everyone has food to eat. Now she is determined to get her thesis, urban gardens for corporate offices that donate the food that grows to charity, into reality. She is set to pitch the idea at a corporate retreat at Camp Firefly Falls. This could be the opportunity to get her idea off of the ground. Little does she know that history is going to be waiting for her when she gets there, in more ways than one. I have been fortunate to have had access to other books by Lisa Hughey in the past. Those books were differently themed in that those previous books had plots about special agents and intense action. That being said, I enjoyed the difference! It really speaks to Lisa Hughey's talent and skill to be able to write so strongly in multiple genres. This book flowed just as well as the previous books and the characters developed just as strongly. I found this book very difficult to put down and the pace is very quick. Although this was the 11th book in the series, it can easily be read as a standalone. I am very interested in the characters that were mentioned in the book, particularly those in the Billionaire Breakfast Club, and I hope to be able to go back and read the other books in the series to find out their stories. I would recommend this book for readers who enjoy steamy romance, car repair, underdogs, farming, the attraction of opposites, and who enjoy reading about summer camp life. Although I myself have never been to summer camp, I was still able to enjoy the setting. For those who may be triggered or offended: there are several graphic sexual scenes, explicit foul language, and infidelity. Please note: an electronic copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher (Red Adept Publishing) via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    I loved this book! It's very different from the author's usual books, but just as well done. In this novel, two children have an encounter that has a profound effect on each of their lives, despite that encounter being the last time they saw each other. Then, many years later, they are once more thrown together, with neither aware of the way they changed the other. I loved this premise and loved the way it was done. This is an engaging and entertaining contemporary romance, with just enough reality to make it feel real. I felt invested in the characters and cared about their story. I loved that Penny was a strong woman that met life on her own terms and made the best out of the hand she was dealt by life. Diego is just as strong, yet very caring and totally swoon worthy. If you haven't yet read one of the author's books, you've been missing out. She is on my must read authors' list. This is a wonderful book that should be at the top of your tbr.
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