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Camp Forget-Me-Not
Camp Forget-Me-Not

Camp Forget-Me-Not

Camp Boyfriend

JUVENILE FICTION

272 Pages, 5.32 x 7.89

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $9.95 (US $9.95) (CA $13.95)

Publication Date: October 2014

ISBN 9781939392305

Rights: WOR

Spencer Hill Press (Oct 2014)
Spencer Hill Contemporary

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Overview

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 one.She 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.

Author Biography

J.K. Rock is the pseudonym for writing partners--and sisters-in-law--Joanne and Karen Rock. After selling some adult romances on their own, they thought it would be fun to write YA together. Joanne is a three-time RITA nominee, a Romantic Times Career Achievement Nominee, and a frequent speaker at writing conferences. Her books have been translated into twenty languages. Karen is an eighth grade teacher who has published newspaper and magazine articles along with YA short stories and plays.