Love You S'more

Love You S'more

by Beth Merlin

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ISBN-13: 9781943858156
Publisher: Firefly Hill Press, LLC
Publication date: 09/25/2018
Series: The Campfire Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 51,514
File size: 949 KB

About the Author

Beth Merlin has a BA from The George Washington University where she minored in Creative Writing and a JD from New York Law School. She’s a native New Yorker who loves anything Broadway, her beautiful daughter, and a good maxi dress. She was introduced to her husband through a friend she met at sleepaway camp and considers the eight summers she spent there to be some of the most formative of her life. When Beth finds a moment of free time, she loves to read books by the authors who've most influenced her work, like Sophie Kinsella, Emily Giffin, and JoJo Moyes.

One S’more Summer is Beth's debut novel.

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Love You S'more 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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This is a great book! I couldn't put it down. I think it is my favorite of the three. Love it!
Xkoqueen More than 1 year ago
Love You S’more is the third and presumably final book in Beth Merlin’s The Campfire Series. It is absolutely charming romance, and although I haven’t read the first two books, it seems like a brilliant finish to the trilogy. Ms. Merlin provides ample summary so that new readers have enough information to jump into the story. I will say that I enjoyed this book so much that I plan to read the prior books as well. Georgica Goldstein (AKA Gigi) was a rising star in the fashion industry until her ex-boyfriend, Perry Gillman, unintentionally gets her mixed up in a tabloid scandal. When British aristocrat Gideon Satterly, rashly proposes, Gigi jumps at the chance to escape to the English countryside. At first, Gideon seems like a dream come true. He’s never horrible, but it becomes clear that his expectations leave little room for Gigi to pursue her own dreams. No matter how much effort she puts into family affairs, the Satterly clan just barely tolerates her presence. I couldn’t help hoping that Gigi would buck-up and chuck that relationship. Perry Gillman is Gigi’s first love, and they were their best and worst together. He is now a megastar on Broadway. His production of Elizabeth (think Hamilton) is renown in both the USA and the UK. The romantic musical about QE 1 depicts the Elizabeth and Dudley’s choice of work before love. Ironically, this mirrors Perry and Gigi’s experience. “…after the court of public opinion passed its sentence Dudley and Elizabeth’s relationship is never quite the same.” The three main characters are fantastic, and their stories are endearing. Love You S’more is an adorable story. It is a sweet, clean romance with an overall positive feel. The prior angst and turmoil is realistically resolved in this series conclusion. The little bit of snobbishness adds just the right amount of conflict to the story. Additionally, Ms. Merlin provides readers with some delicious details about theater, the fashion industry, and Queen Elizabeth 1. I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written contemporary romance.
DaniReads115 More than 1 year ago
I can't accurately put into words HOW MUCH I LOVE THIS BOOK. Basically, it's A LOT!! But for so so so many reasons. It is clear that the writer and her skills have grown with each installment of this trilogy. I really enjoyed One S'more Summer and was curious how the series would continue to impress me. But man, impress me it did. My favorite aspect of Book 2 and Book 3 were the references to pop culture elements - like the royal wedding and fashion and the Met Ball and the Hamilton-esque Broadway musical based on the life of Queen Elizabeth. The research was so apparent, but even more impressive was the way the Merlin wove the research into a compelling plot. The research and world ALWAYS enhanced the story, it never bogged it down. In terms of the characters, I love how we meet this cast in book one and all of their arcs are realized by book 3. We get a chance to peek into the lives of all of them throughout the series and it really makes the world even more vibrant and realistic. Throughout the series, Jamie was always my favorite, but I have to be honest, Trini kinda slid into the top spot by book 3. The wise words, the support, and the friendship that this mentor provides Gigi exemplifies women supporting each other in the industry instead of tearing one another down. It always felt so genuine and professional and I was inspired by Trini's role as a teacher and as a friend. Lastly, Gigi. Oh, Gigi. What can I say? She was so painfully flawed in book one that I found myself yelling at her aloud at times - "What are you dooooing?!? AHHHH!!" She just constantly self-sabotaged her own happiness and at times, it was hard to watch. But as you come to understand her background, her upbringing, her parents, and her influential past, you come to see why she was drawn to make the decisions she did. It was out of fear and lack of self-confidence - which is to something that MANY of us can releate. But as the series goes on, Gigi finds her footing, she finds her voice, and she finally finds power and strength in her talent. Her growth as a young woman is so evident and empowering to the reader. In addition, I enjoyed the romantic elements of this book, but I loved even more that this wasn't a love story in the traditional sense. The men in Gigi's life and her romances with them were secondary to her growth and her own arc. Where she was with each relationship and each man in her life was defined by where she was in her own journey. If she herself wasn't sure of herself, her relationships were doomed to fail. But as she discovered herself, she was able to make better decisions about her love life - decisions that helped to enhance the happiness she was creating for herself. Long story short (too late, I know) - EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS SERIES! It's light-hearted, funny, and tackles real issues amidst fun and whimsical elements. Bravo, Beth Merlin. I can't wait to see what you have in store for us next!
Bookaholic_Cindy More than 1 year ago
This is the kind of sweet story to just relax and enjoy! Although it is book 3 and is a standalone, I think I would have found it even better if I had read the first 2 in the series. Now to go back to the first two books. I liked the author's style of writing and enjoyed the various characters. Fun to read the different locations that the Gigi was in. And oh, my, what a perfect ending! Looking for a good romance, I would recommend this book but I'd start with book 1 to get to know the characters best. * I was provided an ARC to read from the publisher and NetGalley. It was my decision to read and review this book.
ArleneArredondo More than 1 year ago
Captivating story! The author achieves a story filled with emotional ups and downs, how big opportunities and success can be overshadowed by unexpected situations. This installment is focused on self search and empowerment. Definitely recommend it. Note: I received an ARC for review and an honest and unbiased opinion.
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
So, the 2nd book ended with a bit of a cliffhanger, and so I wasn't quite sure where exactly we'd end up starting this 3rd book. I wasn't necessarily happy to see that Gigi and Gideon had decided to make it work. That she wasn't going to try with Perry, because I really like Perry. But things unfold the way you would expect, and soon Gigi knows that her life with Gideon probably wouldn't give her the chance to realize her dreams in fashion. So when a chance to go work with a big fashion show in NYC comes up, at the same time she must go back to fulfill a final obligation for her reality tv show contract, things really start to switch up. Of course she'll run into Perry. And of course, she'll have to go see his amazingly successful Broadway show, Elizabeth. Perry even sets up a very special, personal showing of his play for Gigi. In this book Gigi has to figure out where exactly she wants to go with her fashion designing future. She also gets a visit with a blast from the past, her ex, Joshua. And when it even starts to stray towards maybe he might be interested in her, I know that I was still all about being team Perry. I finished this book smiling, loving how the author wrapped everything up. This is a sweet little romance series, one that I think needs much more recognition and attention than it gets!