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Camp Forget-Me-Not You guys, I am completely in love with this series so much so that it took me several days to read this book, not because I didn t like it but because this is the last book in the series and once I finished, there wouldn t be anyAlthough I have heard rumors of a novella, so I hope that is true I think my favorite of the series is still Camp Payback but this one is incredibly fun, too.For the first time, I wasn t a huge fan of the romance, but that was because I really just wanted ever You guys, I am completely in love with this series so much so that it took me several days to read this book, not because I didn t like it but because this is the last book in the series and once I finished, there wouldn t be anyAlthough I have heard rumors of a novella, so I hope that is true I think my favorite of the series is still Camp Payback but this one is incredibly fun, too.For the first time, I wasn t a huge fan of the romance, but that was because I really just wanted everyone to TALK to each other because every single problem between Nick and Kayla would have been handled in no time if they had just spoken to each other I didn t hate the love story and I definitely enjoyed every sweet moment Nick and Kayla shared, just to make that clear it s just that for the first time, I didn t find the love story to be the most enjoyable part of any installment in this series So what WAS my favorite part Easy.This book goes back and forth in time and we spend time with a younger Kayla and see her friendship with Nick and we can tell just how important popularity is to her In the present day, she is firmly ensconced in the popular group and the only thing she really had to do was ditch Nick We can see just how much that decision has cost her although there arethings at play than we initially are led to believe In the years between the past scenes and present day, and throughout the course of this novel, Kayla does a LOT of growing up, and I loved seeing the person she s becoming and glimpses of who she will someday be Kayla s growth is the highlight of this novel.I hope there arebooks set in this world including and hopefully even after the rud novella and I think there are a lotstories to tell I WANT AN EMILY STORY Highly recommended Find this review andat kimberlyfaye reads.I ve found each book in J.K Rock s Camp Boyfriend series wonderful in their own way and Camp Forget Me Not was no exception I m really sad to see this series come to an end, but I think it went out on a high note Being perfectly honest, Kayla wasn t the easiest character for me to like at first She s a popular girl and it s obvious how much that popularity means to her She s sacrificed her relationship with a longtime friend, Nick, in favo Find this review andat kimberlyfaye reads.I ve found each book in J.K Rock s Camp Boyfriend series wonderful in their own way and Camp Forget Me Not was no exception I m really sad to see this series come to an end, but I think it went out on a high note Being perfectly honest, Kayla wasn t the easiest character for me to like at first She s a popular girl and it s obvious how much that popularity means to her She s sacrificed her relationship with a longtime friend, Nick, in favor of being with the right crowd and she s regretting it now that Nick is famous and back at camp I questioned her motivations at first Did she only want him because he was famous or was itthan that Did she miss the strong connection they had What was the real story here Because the story was told solely from Kayla s POV, I couldn t get a real feel on what was going on with him outside of the scenes he shared with Kayla So I was left with a lot of questions all around.The romance wasn t my favorite in this book I definitely wanted MORE MORE of everything communication, time together, kissing I did find myself frustrated with Kayla and Nick at times because of the lack of communication Then, you know, I remembered what it was like to be that age and I tried to take it a little easier on them I did, however, LOVE reading these important scenes that shaped their friendship in the past and led them where they were today And when they were good together, they were REALLY good together The issues of the past had definitely left a mark on their friendship and the possibility of somethingbut I did to see them move on and realize there was something good there My favorite part of this book, hands down, was Kayla s growth We spend the entire book in her head, so we get it all I loved reading along as she came into her own and realized who she was, outside of her friends Friendship is so important, but so is being true to you She was a farlikable person once she started to realize this I loved her journey Despite my small issues with the romance, Camp Forget Me Not was a great book It was a wonderful conclusion to the Camp Boyfriend series I love what Joanne and Karen Rock did with this series Each of the books made me nostalgic for the time where summer was the most important part of the year I never did go to a camp like this one, but my days and nights wereoften than not spent with neighbors and friends, making memories You can t read these books without being transported back there I ve read them all with a big, cheesy grin and, often, a tear in my eye I am kinda sad to say goodbye to this series and these characters, but I imagine I ll do rereads in the future I would like to warn you first that the word love is extremely overused throughout this review.This was the perfect ending for a lovely series I love Camp Juniper Point so much I feel like one of the senior kids whose last year at camp just ended I will miss it Thankfully there s still one last companion novella, which is actually 2.5 in the series, therefore it should be read before this book Nevertheless, I have the feeling the order won t matter since it happens within the same time fram I would like to warn you first that the word love is extremely overused throughout this review.This was the perfect ending for a lovely series I love Camp Juniper Point so much I feel like one of the senior kids whose last year at camp just ended I will miss it Thankfully there s still one last companion novella, which is actually 2.5 in the series, therefore it should be read before this book Nevertheless, I have the feeling the order won t matter since it happens within the same time frame as this story, and hints of what will happen in Camp Crush were given in this book So it makes no difference.I loved that Kayla s story was set in the same year than Camp Payback, it actually picks up right when Javier left Camp so we get to see what Alex was up to while she was alone I also loved that we got to see her and Emily a lot in this book as well But I was most grateful to get someHannah and Julian I was begging for somesince Camp Christmas, I really wanted to see how life had changed for Hannah after pairing up with Julian, and I finally got what I wanted I loved to witness how much she s changed And along her, all the Divas actually They finally grow up and leave all their differences behind I loved to see so much of their world We always thought of them as the mean girls, even if in Camp Boyfriend some of that prejudice was lost thanks to Lauren and Kayla, but now we get their side of their story and it was great Such a different dynamics from the Munchies girl, I even felt they were a bitloyal than them, funny huh Kayla is great We really see her personality shine this time, and much like Lauren she has a very conciliatory personality She is sweet, and forgiving, and once she got her own voice she was a natural leader I would ve loved to be friends with her in real life Brooke I couldn t stand Even if she had the whole weight of the world on her shoulders I just can t justify her behaviour She is worse than Hannah people Awful girl I had many issues with Nick as well It was the first time I wasn t actually rooting for the male interest, which gave me some mixed feelings I was at first, but then he sort of lost his niceness and I felt Kayla was better off without him He did manage to vindicate himself in the end, so everything was right in the world at last I dare say that this couple s relationship has been by far the most complicated one at Camp Juniper Point Man, these kids had issues Once again the authors didn t disappoint with a powerful message Even though the whole series is about finding your own voice, trusting your gut and doing what feels right to you, in spite of what others may think They managed to bring a different perspective to it every time This time around was about speaking up, and even if I can t relate to it that much, because I mlike Alex, I still found it to be endearing and I was rooting for Kayla the whole time.Again, this was the perfect ending for the series It sort of felt like the authors tied everything up nicely There was forgiveness and long lasting friendships, but most of all, much love and growth Great reading and again I wished the story had been longer, because I reached the end and I just wantedof Kayla and Nick I felt like we needed a bit.I really enjoyed reading the story, I think maybe the romance on this one wasn t as strong as in previous books but the message on Camp Forget Me Not is something that really resonated with me so I was eager to know how the main character was going to deal with that situation.This is Kayla s last year at camp Juniper Point but it won t be Great reading and again I wished the story had been longer, because I reached the end and I just wantedof Kayla and Nick I felt like we needed a bit.I really enjoyed reading the story, I think maybe the romance on this one wasn t as strong as in previous books but the message on Camp Forget Me Not is something that really resonated with me so I was eager to know how the main character was going to deal with that situation.This is Kayla s last year at camp Juniper Point but it won t be an easy summer for her, she s having issues at home and here at camp a guy that could have beenthan a friend is back, and he isn t happy with how things ended up between them, in fact he seems set on ignoring Kayla and making his lifedifficult at camp, or so she thinks because Kayla starts receiving notes from Nick, just like they use to do when they were best friends But Kayla isn t sure is this is an attempt to try to work things out or just another way to get back at her, so she ll have to decide if she s willing to risk it and also if she s willing to finally speak out her mind about her own life At the beginning of the book you know Kayla and Nick are definitely not on good terms, she knows she hurt him and everything points out that he is trying to get back at her but we do get some flashbacks during the story, I really loved them because they give you a better understanding of the relationship they had and how close they were to each other, and also the reasons of why Kayla distanced herself from Nick This doesn t mean we don t have any moments of these two together in the present, because there are and there s definitely a lot of tension but something else as well, and Kayla would love to have her old friend back and maybe not only her friend because her feelings for Nick go deeper than that One of the things I ve liked the most through these books is how realistic they are, they don t need to be over the top or making they re characters all crazy to have a good story and there s always a message for us to learn In this book, Kayla has always been a girl that never fights, that never speaks her mind for fear of people judging her, fear of not being good enough or being disliked so she goes with the flow and let other decide It was great to see how she begins to slowly change her attitude and realize that she should stand up for herself, that she should make her own decisions and I think that s something we can all learn about no matter how old you are.It would have been cool to have some chapters narrated by Nick, I d have loved to knowabout his feelings and his perception of the story and yes maybe a bitromance because I just loved these two together Congrats to Karen and Joanne for this great book How can a girl break a guy s heart, then hope to be friends That s what Kayla wants to know when she comes face to face with Nick Desanti at Camp Juniper Point They were best friends three years earlier, but she did a favor for him by letting him go Or at least she thinks she did Now she s not sure.J.K Rock has done an amazing job of capturing Kayla s thoughts and emotions, letting us into her world at camp Kayla wants to talk to Nick about all that transpired that last summer they had tog How can a girl break a guy s heart, then hope to be friends That s what Kayla wants to know when she comes face to face with Nick Desanti at Camp Juniper Point They were best friends three years earlier, but she did a favor for him by letting him go Or at least she thinks she did Now she s not sure.J.K Rock has done an amazing job of capturing Kayla s thoughts and emotions, letting us into her world at camp Kayla wants to talk to Nick about all that transpired that last summer they had together, but she thinks he came back to camp to punish her During the years they were apart, he has become an all star snowboarder, winning Olympic gold and showing up in commercials and on the covers of magazines Kayla would like explain to him that she didn t drop him that summer just to become a member of Divas Den, but communication is sparse, thanks to Brooke a YouTube star wannabe who hangs around Nick any chance she gets.And even though Kayla is in with the Divas, she s not quite sure she fits She s tired of being a follower, and she wants to express herself , although phone calls and visits from her divorced parents have caused her life outside of camp to seem uncertain, making her present evendifficult.All of the girls think Nick is gorgeous, with his dark hair and hazel eyes, but he has problems of his own His parents follow his older brother all around to watch him play baseball, practically ignoring Nick The pressure he feels further complicates his relationship with Kayla, and she feels overwhelmed at times as she searches for her true self, trying to make sense of her future.Camp Payback is a fun read with thought provoking scenes almost any teen can identify with I highly recommend it This series had always been a favorite and I love learningabout the other characters And I love that we finally get a full novel for a Diva s Den member And we get to see a better side to the other Divas.Kayla is probably the least diva ish of them all though As we saw in previous books, she was a lot kinder andopen to other people But Kayla was not who I expected her to be Who knew a Diva could be so silent I think that goes to show how little we can know about a person Kayla This series had always been a favorite and I love learningabout the other characters And I love that we finally get a full novel for a Diva s Den member And we get to see a better side to the other Divas.Kayla is probably the least diva ish of them all though As we saw in previous books, she was a lot kinder andopen to other people But Kayla was not who I expected her to be Who knew a Diva could be so silent I think that goes to show how little we can know about a person Kayla spent most of her life being a follower, and it was so hard to break out of that because she didn t want to be alone But having people around you doesn t always mean you aren t.I really loved reading about young Nick He was so kind and adorable But growing up with a lot of grudges surely didn t do him well He became way too competitive and he hurt a couple of people along the way But seeing glimpses of who he really was or is made me fall for him a little Both Nick and Kayla can be faulted for not saying or doing the right things throughout the book, and it was a little frustrating to watch them But these events, which tested them both, lead them to learn and become better people Camp Juniper Point s campers show how hard it is to break out of those protective walls we build around ourselves, but doing so could be worth it.I like how there wasfocus on their camp experiences, showing the different activities they do at Camp Juniper Point And I can t believe that it s the last year for most of this campers that I ve learned to love Does that mean I won t be seeing some of them in future novels I clearly refuse to believe that this is the last book Haha I was actually hoping to see Lauren and Matt at that alumni reunion thing, but alas, they were still a no show It was nice to see how some of these characters loved camp so much that they wanted to come back as counsellors I guess Camp Juniper Point really works its magic.Oh, and I love those two little cuties who bonded over The Beatles nospoilersI love how J.K Rock writes novels that aren t all about the romance I do love the romance, but I greatly appreciate how they write about real characters that learn to grow throughout their experiences I like how their books can be so inspiring to be better people Kayla not only learns to find her own voice, but she also set a really good example by choosing kindness despite what others may have done to her in the past I hope that young, quiet girls would read this and would learn to find their voice through not only Kayla s inspiration, but as well as Nia s and the other young campers Playing it safe and fitting in may have rocketed Kayla West into the In crowd at Camp Juniper Point, but it s left her lonely The only person she s ever been herself with was her former best friend, Nick, an outsider that pushed her to join the most popular girls cabin two years ago Too bad being a Diva meant pressure to break up with Nick Of course, Kayla had her reasons, but Nick can never know the real oneShe always thought she d forget him one day and move on Until he returns to camp a super hot Olympian snowboarder Now, every girl wants him and Nick seems determined to show her what a mistake she made Or at least, she thought that s what he wanted But when Nick starts sending her private notes just like he used to she wonders what kind of game he s playing Nick s attention is making it tougher to stay in the background and play in safe, forcing Kayla to make a decision stay on the sidelines and get overlooked Or take a chance on trusting Nick and, maybe herself Review also posted on my blog Between fantasy and realityThis is a great conclusion to the trilogy, although there will be a novella published this year to finally tell the end of Seth s story I was looking forward to Kayla and her story and meeting Nick since this is the first book he appears while the other characters we met in Camp Boyfriend Emily is still my favorite character in this series along with Alex, they are such positive people and really helpful and non judgemental Kayla seemed Review also posted on my blog Between fantasy and realityThis is a great conclusion to the trilogy, although there will be a novella published this year to finally tell the end of Seth s story I was looking forward to Kayla and her story and meeting Nick since this is the first book he appears while the other characters we met in Camp Boyfriend Emily is still my favorite character in this series along with Alex, they are such positive people and really helpful and non judgemental Kayla seemed always like a follower through the story from the first two books, she is afraid of speaking up and being left friendless even though it seems the friends she has are not that great But when Nick comes to the camp, her former best friend who she seemingly rejected to be a part of the popular group, she is starting to change She slowly, but surely, starts fighting for the right thing, for herself and for others and she will not accept being played.Nick is a guy who I wanted to like from the start, since he was the wrong party and all, but he was just playing games and being to competitive, basically, a jerk But when through the story we find out about his past and family situation, all tied with Kayla s rejection years ago, underneath we find a pretty sweet guy who always loved the same girl.The writing is great as usual, I love the camp activities and the nature descriptions, it is a magical place that I wish existed in Croatia I will miss Camp Juniper but I still have Seth and Trinity s story to look forward to Another terrific story from Camp Juniper Point I enjoyed watching Kayla and Nick s story develop The best part of all these stories is how each character grows as an individual Kayla really struggled with trusting herself to speak up and not always be a follower Watching her overcome this insecurity is the best part of the book So often I wanted to just shake her and help her see things as they really are Then I had to step back and realize we all need to grow up on our own at some point Another terrific story from Camp Juniper Point I enjoyed watching Kayla and Nick s story develop The best part of all these stories is how each character grows as an individual Kayla really struggled with trusting herself to speak up and not always be a follower Watching her overcome this insecurity is the best part of the book So often I wanted to just shake her and help her see things as they really are Then I had to step back and realize we all need to grow up on our own at some point Nick has his own demons to face Like many teens they don t always see the world around them clearly Yet they do learn and grow Once they come to understand themselves better, they are free to allow their relationship to develop too I felt there wasstrong language than necessary in this book I am a tough critic in that area Perhaps the language reflects what many teens come to expect It was a good story, of course, because it was an adaptation of my favorite Jane Austen novel Wee.But I rated it 3 5 because I just didn t feel Kayla, the main character She had too much trust issues to the point that it annoyed me already I mean, she was the one who should apologize to Nick after what she did but she did apologize it s just that, after the confrontation part, she still did not believe in Nick I mean, I totally get why she doubted Nick when he laughed after them kissing, b It was a good story, of course, because it was an adaptation of my favorite Jane Austen novel Wee.But I rated it 3 5 because I just didn t feel Kayla, the main character She had too much trust issues to the point that it annoyed me already I mean, she was the one who should apologize to Nick after what she did but she did apologize it s just that, after the confrontation part, she still did not believe in Nick I mean, I totally get why she doubted Nick when he laughed after them kissing, but the scenes after that It s just too much BUT DON T GET ME WRONG THAT S THE ONLY THING I DID NOT LIKE BUT THE REST WAS OKAY


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About the Author: J.K. Rock

J K Rock is the pseudonym for the Young Adult writing partnership of Joanne Rock and Karen Rock Their CAMP BOYFRIEND series recreates the magic of summer camp, first love, and friendships.


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