Once Upon a Campfire
Book 6, Meet Cute Romance
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
It was a terrible idea.
But that doesn't stop Sarah Meadows from saying yes to covering for her identical twin sister at staff orientation week at Camp Firefly Falls. It's just a few days and she'll be back to finishing her master's thesis, right? But when her sexy, ex-park ranger partner figures out her secret, she's got her work cut out convincing him not to turn her in.
Beckett Hayes knows he should report Sarah to the boss, but instead, he finds himself agreeing to train her. There's just something about those big, doe eyes and all that sass. But when Sarah starts to matter more than he planned, the pressure's on. Can he convince her to take the road less traveled or will this one week have to be enough?
A novelette of approximately 16k words. This story is a crossover introduction to the Camp Firefly Falls series. Check out my full novel in the series, Second Chance Summer.
Q: What makes the Meet Cute Romance series special?
"Meet cute" is a term used to describe a situation in which a future romantic couple meets for the first time. Meet Cute Romance is a series of contemporary romantic shorts celebrating the possibilities of that first meeting.
Q: Who would dig these books?
Meet Cute Romances are designed to be a fast (but not too fast--these are full novelettes, not short stories of only a scene or two), lunchtime or coffee break read to give you a bright spot of romance in your day. If you're looking for a quick romantic pick me up, these short contemporary romances are sure to be right up your alley.
I love Kait Nolan and her meet cute romances. This one is a great read. Short but sweet. Really enjoyed it.
This was a good book to read on vacation. Short and sweet. I really enjoyed it. Being a twin had its advantages.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I love Kait Nolan's books, and Once Upon a Campfire is no exception. It always amazes me how Kait's characters are so relatable, and Beckett and Sarah are no exception! This is a short, easy read-which is great for those of us juggling work, kids, and trying to find the time for something for ourselves. This book is a stand alone novella, but also part of the Camp Firefly Falls series. Definitely a fun book to read!