Whatever It Takes (Camp Firefly Falls, #14)

Whatever It Takes (Camp Firefly Falls, #14)

by Kate Willoughby

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BN ID: 2940154701201
Publisher: Kiwi Press
Publication date: 08/04/2017
Series: Camp Firefly Falls , #14
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 164,476
File size: 385 KB

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Whatever It Takes (Camp Firefly Falls, #14) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Chelsy33 More than 1 year ago
Kate Willoughby does it again! Whatever It Takes is the second chance story featuring Booth (goalie for the San Diego Barracudas) and Jane (Blogger and Designer of her own lingerie line). It is a standalone novel that is a part of the Camp Firefly Falls world, featuring characters from Kate Willoughby's In the Zone hockey romance series. The novel is fresh and fun, featuring a Grease-themed summer camp! What more could you want? Kate's novel was sweet and lighthearted. Her characters are witty and so lovable. Her research to ensure that her characters are realistic is spot on. I truly enjoyed reading this novel and traveling the Camp Firefly with them back to the 50's-themed camp. It was such a great read and I highly recommend one-clicking! *I received a free Advance Reader Copy in exchange for my honest thoughts/opinions of the author's book.*
junie76 More than 1 year ago
Kate Willoughby's latest entry for the In The Zone series connects to the Camp Firefly Falls series but it still has the zing of the other Zone books. The premise revolves around Booth and Jane, who need a second chance after Booth REALLY messes up eleven years ago. Stories revolving around second chances are among my favorites. Who hasn't made a mistake and wished for a do over? Teenage body image issues and peer pressure split them up all those years ago, but the feelings they had for each other remain. Willoughby gives them their happy ending, but only after both characters push themselves to be truthful with themselves and each other. Booth and Jane read as genuine. They may be successful in their chosen fields, but each has insecurities that must be addressed. The story visits several characters and places from previous Zone books, allowing readers to both check in with previous characters and to feel a strong connection to the Barracuda universe. The story's only stumble for me was the Pink Gaydies. They were a little over the top and felt a little too much like a stereotype. Hart and Jeremy seamlessly fit into the story in previous entries. The Gaydies fit, but not as comfortably. All in all, Whatever It Takes is a satisfying story featuring humor and emotional depth that is worth spending the time to read. I received an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.
heater_28 More than 1 year ago
**Advanced copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** What a fun book this was by Kate Willoughby! I love second chance romances and pair that with the iconic movie "Grease" and you are sure to have a winner! Booth MacDonald and Jane Merrifield have known one another for years and were each other's firsts in a lot of areas as they grew up. Back in the day, Booth made some terrible comments that ended up ending the budding relationship that he and Jane had. It not only did that, but it also shot holes in Jane's self-esteem. Many years and many lessons later, Booth is now the starting goalie for the San Diego Barracudas and Jane has gained a whole lot of confidence and started not only a blog, but also a lingerie line for larger ladies. When Booth is tipped off to Jane's new line of work and also to the fact that the things he said to her years ago were really the reason she blogs in the first place, he felt the need to seek her out. He does so, but that meeting doesn't go all that well. Following a less than stellar meeting for coffee, Booth decides he needs one more chance to prove that he's not the guy from all those years ago. When the two meet up again at a "Grease" themed week at Camp Firefly Falls, the two begin to reconnect and they learn that they aren't the same people they were when they were seventeen. Will the sparks fly again or will there be too much hurt for them to try again? I really enjoyed Jane and Booth, not to mention the group of friends they make at camp! What a hoot! This was a great summer read and I would recommend it highly!