Fearless

Fearless

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by Katy Grant
     
 

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In Fearless, Jordan is tired of living in her big sister’s shadow and never having anyone believe in her. So this summer, she’ll do whatever it takes to face her fears, one by one. And in the process, she just might discover what really matters most.

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In Fearless, Jordan is tired of living in her big sister’s shadow and never having anyone believe in her. So this summer, she’ll do whatever it takes to face her fears, one by one. And in the process, she just might discover what really matters most.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781442406063
Publisher:
Aladdin
Publication date:
05/04/2010
Series:
Summer Camp Secrets
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
1,271,164
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Katy Grant was born and grew up in Tennessee, and spent five summers at a girls' camp in North Carolina, first as a camper and then as a counselor. She now lives in the Phoenix metropolitan area with her husband and sons, where she teaches college and university classes in writing and children's literature.

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Fearless (Summer Camp Secrets Series) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Lindsay Vreeland More than 1 year ago
Great book i couldnt put it down . It only took me 2 days to read it.
Ashley Ross More than 1 year ago
this was a good book to read i really enjoyed it.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
4-1/2 Stars This is marked as #3 of 4 but after reading it and reading the description of #4, I'd say it should have been reversed but it doesn't really make a difference. There's a character mentioned in here that is introduced in #4 but that's about it. A very good addition to the tale of Wes and Connor. We find out what happens next in their relationship as well as some family drama on Wes' side.
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This book was truly amazing. There are so many fun events like the dance and the skits. It really describes how jodan is scared of everything. It is a really easy book to relate too because alot of the events happen to us all the time. I would recemmond this to 9-13 year olds. Or anyone who wants to read a fun realistic fiction book.
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shirley_frances More than 1 year ago
A great follow-up book! Fearless is a great story of acceptance, leaving demons behind and committing to that one person who 'gets' you. Connor and Wes have been together over a year when out of the blue troubles comes knocking. Connor has been accused of improper behavior and placed on indefinite suspension. He accepts that the chances of him returning to his job are slim, but he doesn't want Wes to worry about it. Ever since the events Wes went through last year, Connor has been determined to protect Wes and shelter him from anything that could hurt him. Wes is beyond happy that their relationship has moved forward, but he knows that Connor is still holding himself back. Even after continued reassurances that he is better, Connor continues to treat him like he is made of glass. This is made abundantly clear when Wes discovers that Connor has been keeping things from him months. I enjoyed visiting with Wes and Connor. Wes has truly gotten over the events the previous year and it expectantly awaiting their upcoming wedding. It was a treat to see how much he had grown into himself and how they had taken their relationship further. While in book one I felt more connected to Wes, in this installment Connor endeared himself to me much more than before. But, although I understood where he was coming from and why he was trying to protect Wes, I still didn't accept that he kept things from him. Nor did I condone the way Wes acted when he found out that Connor had been keeping things from him. It was like they took one step forward and then two steps back. The writing was very good with a lot of tender moments and emotions thrown into the mix - it had a bit of angst, a bit of drama and lots of romance. I loved that the author, Cat Grant, had them fight for their love and deal with unpleasant issues before they found their happily ever after. It is because of this that their story and the ending felt more real to me. I enjoyed their interactions and I especially enjoyed how they came together in the end and opened themselves to each other. It gave me hope that they would be alright, I even was misty-eyed. Of course, their chemistry was still hot, so I enjoyed that too. I also enjoyed the secondary characters and what they brought to the story. Even if I felt the need to smack some sense into Wes' aunt during that phone call, she did bring out a change in Wes that was needed in his relationship with Connor. All in all, a great follow up book that highlighted the fact that without proper communication between these characters their relationship was only going through the motions and not getting anywhere. A great read, indeed!
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The lags over yay
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started it in class and loved it now addictid
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If u read this u have to read the others and if u hav read the others u hav to read this. This book took me only 2 days to read! This is a good book for ages 8-14ish.
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Seriously. Stop using the reviews page as a chat room. They invented skype IM Facebook and Twitter for a reason. PS I cant wait to read this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey y'all! :)