S'more to Lose

S'more to Lose

by Beth Merlin

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S'more to Lose by Beth Merlin

If you love Sophie Kinsella and Emily Giffin, you'll love this heartwarming sequel to One S'more Summer from a fresh voice in contemporary chick-lit that offers a lighthearted and fun take on life, love, and how to move forward without looking back.

Four years after her life-changing summer at Camp Chinooka, Gigi Goldstein has a second chance at her dream career. As her design house takes the fashion world by storm, it attracts the notice of Victoria Ellicott, the fashionable British socialite who just happens to be engaged to the future king of England. When Gigi is chosen to design the royal wedding dress, she’s forced to confront her ex-fiancé, Perry Gillman, now a successful composer with a hit show on the West End of London.

When Gigi learns Perry’s been dating Victoria’s sister—who rivals her in looks, style and sophistication—Gigi can't help but feel inadequate. Her world crumbles as she develops a creative block so debilitating she fears a wedding dress of royal proportions is never going to happen. Not even her budding relationship with the handsome and wealthy Viscount of Satterley can make her forget Perry. While the world gears up for the wedding of the century, Gigi is on the brink of buckling under the immense pressure of the uncertainties of her future and the failures of her past.

Can Gigi overcome her creative paralysis and design the dress of Victoria's dreams? Or will everything slip through her fingers now that she has even s'more to lose?

The Campfire Series
1. One S'more Summer
2. S'more to Lose
3. Love You S'more - Coming September 2018!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943858101
Publisher: Firefly Hill Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/05/2017
Series: Campfire Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 46,559
File size: 934 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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S'more to Lose 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TheThoughtSpot More than 1 year ago
Thanks to NetGalley and Ink Monster for the opportunity to read and review S'more to Lose by Beth Merlin! Four years after the first book, this sequel finds Gigi and Perry in London and at an impasse in their relationship. They have moved on from their relationship, by all appearances. Perry is famous for writing a popular musical and Gigi and Jamie have built a growing, productive designer business, G-Malone. Prince Alexander and Victoria Ellicott are planning their wedding and want G-Malone to design the wedding dress and wedding attire for the upcoming royal wedding celebration. Gigi meets Gideon and they gradually fall for each other and all is well until paparazzi create a gossip story under false pretenses and blow everything out of the water. Tumultuous and romantic with the added bonus of artistic creativity build into a very enjoyable story; 5 stars! * I received a complimentary copy of this book for voluntary review consideration.
ArleneArredondo More than 1 year ago
This is the second installment of the Campfire Series, and although you can read it as standalone, the first one is a must read to get to the depth of the story that the author achieves marvelously. There is a lot of emotions and unexpected twists. The main character has some highs and lows in the event sequence that are more realistic regarding relationships. Can't wait for the next book!
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
Okay, I really did enjoy the first book, One S'more Summer. But let me say that I devoured this book in only one day! I picked this up on a break at work on Thursday, continued reading during my lunch break, and then couldn't stop reading, had to finish before bed! It was a little easier to get into now that I know Gigi better and am past how she started off in the first book. One thing that always makes me crazy when I'm reading, but in a good way, is knowing something happened, but not knowing exactly what, and being kept wondering for quite some time. Another author who does that quite well is Samantha Young. Anyway, I had fallen in love with Perry by the end of the first book, so I was so sad that they were not together at the beginning of this one. And while I wanted to have them back together, since I wasn't sure at first what broke them up, I soon grew to love her new love interest, Gideon, and was totally rooting for him. Until, well, until he did his not listening thing and shutting her out, for the 2nd time. At that point I was a little irritated with him, and kind of rooting for Gigi and Perry to figure it out. The book ends with a bit of a cliffhanger, and definitely some bad news for Gigi and her fashion company. Definitely now I don't know how I can wait until book 3, to see if Gideon really will be the right guy, or if in the end, she will get back with Perry. Once again I loved her best friend, Jamie, he is so funny. I was in shock that he didn't already adore Downton Abbey, but laughed at all the times he called it "Downtown Abbey" at first. I love that the show revolves around a musical written about Queen Elizabeth that is reminiscent of the current hit Hamilton. I would watch it too! I look forward to seeing how it goes once Elizabeth hits Broadway in book 3, and finding out where our couple's romance may or may not go. I've now ordered a physical copy for myself of book 1, and will definitely be ordering a physical copy of book 2 when I get the money as well.
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
Okay, I really did enjoy the first book, One S'more Summer. But let me say that I devoured this book in only one day! I picked this up on a break at work on Thursday, continued reading during my lunch break, and then couldn't stop reading, had to finish before bed! It was a little easier to get into now that I know Gigi better and am past how she started off in the first book. One thing that always makes me crazy when I'm reading, but in a good way, is knowing something happened, but not knowing exactly what, and being kept wondering for quite some time. Another author who does that quite well is Samantha Young. Anyway, I had fallen in love with Perry by the end of the first book, so I was so sad that they were not together at the beginning of this one. And while I wanted to have them back together, since I wasn't sure at first what broke them up, I soon grew to love her new love interest, Gideon, and was totally rooting for him. Until, well, until he did his not listening thing and shutting her out, for the 2nd time. At that point I was a little irritated with him, and kind of rooting for Gigi and Perry to figure it out. The book ends with a bit of a cliffhanger, and definitely some bad news for Gigi and her fashion company. Definitely now I don't know how I can wait until book 3, to see if Gideon really will be the right guy, or if in the end, she will get back with Perry. Once again I loved her best friend, Jamie, he is so funny. I was in shock that he didn't already adore Downton Abbey, but laughed at all the times he called it "Downtown Abbey" at first. I love that the show revolves around a musical written about Queen Elizabeth that is reminiscent of the current hit Hamilton. I would watch it too! I look forward to seeing how it goes once Elizabeth hits Broadway in book 3, and finding out where our couple's romance may or may not go. I've now ordered a physical copy for myself of book 1, and will definitely be ordering a physical copy of book 2 when I get the money as well.