Girl off the Grid

Girl off the Grid

by Kenzie Hart, Jillian Dodd

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BN ID: 2940154732021
Publisher: Eclipse Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 11/14/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,048,382
File size: 209 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

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Girl off the Grid 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Suze-Lavender More than 1 year ago
Camille is a popular fashion blogger. Because of her follower base and her positive attitude a fashion magazine asks her to go on a trip to Costa Rica. It's an eco-trip and the magazine will pay for everything. She has to write an article and make some videos and a photographer will be joining her to take a lot of photos. There's one rule, Camille won't have any access to her phone or internet. She has to go off the grid for the duration of the trip. Will she be able to have a good time while being so far away from home without the means to contact anyone she loves? Camille hasn't got much travel experience and she's used to certain luxuries. Her photographer Adam is an experienced traveler, so he can teach her some things. He doesn't care about social media and he's had a free childhood spent in many different countries. His father is a famous photographer and Adam wants to follow in his footsteps. Working for a fashion magazine is not exactly his biggest dream, but it's a good start of his career and he'll be able to take many stunning photos in Costa Rica. When he meets Camille she's too much for him. She's bubbly, spoiled and beautiful and it's better if he keeps her at a distance. However, is it possible to dislike someone as upbeat and charming as Camille? Girl off the Grid is an incredibly sweet romantic story. I immediately loved Camille. She's a sparkling person with a sunny personality that makes people's hearts melt. She's pretty and smart, which is a good combination. She's also high maintenance and used to certain standards, but after some mild complaining she makes the best of any situation, which is something I liked a lot about her character. Adam doesn't want to like her, but he doesn't know how to keep this up. Camille's cheerfulness is inspiring. I love how they challenge each other and how they make each other think about the important things in life. They have a really special click, even though they have conflicts and come from completely different worlds. That made reading about them interesting and fun. Kenzie Hart's beautiful descriptions of Costa Rica are spellbinding. They're making her story come to life in a wonderful way. I was impressed by the gorgeous detailed way she writes about nature and the way to preserve it. I felt like I was on a journey with Camille and Adam and that was entertaining and enjoyable. Girl off the Grid is a wonderful story about finding yourself, facing your fears and being kind to the environment you live in. It's an endearing feelgood story filled with fabulous adventures.
sonybless More than 1 year ago
ARC Provided by Eclipse Publishing via Netgally, but doesn’t influence my review in any way. I love Jillian Dodd books, so it was no surprise that I would give Girl off the Grid a try. I think Kenzie and Jillian have something here. It’s a sweet hate to lovers YA romance. Camille is a fashion and make-up blogger and she is giving the opportunity to head to Costa Rica on an eco-trip by a magazine. She will travel with a photographer, but she won’t have access to social media, nor her phone. Her life is YouTube! I really enjoyed the story, and I won’t hesitate to read more of Kenzie and Jillian’s collaborations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She is NYC all the way, attending college while blogging about fashion and city life. He is a down to earth,Brit who lives for capturing images of wild animals and places. They never would have met; but then a high fashion magazine editor teams them up for a Costa Rican eco tour and the journey to each other begins. This was a fun, entertaining, and educational read. I want to book myself to see the vivid natural beauty and environmental treasures of Costa Rica. Language and content is suitable for all ages.
Wallace0221 More than 1 year ago
Such a fun, easy summer read. This book makes you feel like you are on a Costa Rica adventure with Camille and Adam. It was fun to watch these two characters grow into bright, young adults during the story. A young adult book that girls (or boys) of any age would enjoy.
GTIndieCafe More than 1 year ago
Facing fears, facing the unknown, taking life as you know it and watching it all change in the blink of an eye. Having everything to having nothing. Learning to live by means instead of by riches. Seeing the natural beauty of the world instead of seeing the world made up of grandeur. Learning to live out of your comfort zone, learning new things and new people and how to make things work that you normally wouldn't have had to. Camille learned new lessons in life. It was great to see her acclimate to her new surroundings, to learn to live without all that she had before. Adam had a charm to him that I wasn't sure Camille would understand and come to love. Together, as they learned a new culture, learned new ways of life and how to see the natural beauty in things, they built a love and friendship one could grow to envy. Great job Jillian and Kenzie! Can't wait to see what comes next from this amazing mother/daughter duo!