The Happy Camper.

Dillon Michaels needs a fresh start and she thinks she knows exactly where she can find one–with her grandfather in her old hometown. Searching for purpose, Dillon thinks she’s found it when she begins to fix up her grandfather’s old vintage trailer. But she soon discovers that the most rewarding remodel is taking place in her heart.

Is that not the cutest little camper situation?!

my thoughts:

If you’re looking for a cute, what-you-see-is-what-you-get kind of read, this is it! I adored Dillon’s journey into becoming a camper. I could almost feel her excitement as she discovered a love for her new little home, and it made me want to find a cute camper trailer of my own. (But one that’s already fixed because I’d accidentally wreck it in the process of trying to refurbish it. Anyone who has ever seen me attempt to use a hammer can attest to my lack of coordination. It wouldn’t be good times, y’all.)

I wasn’t a big fan of some of the characters. Dillon’s mother Margot bothered me on a regular basis, and her ex, Brandon, was a real piece of work. But my lack of love for them only made me appreciate other characters, like Jordan’s sister and Dillon’s grandfather. I did wish that Dillon and Jordan could mature a little and talk to each other like grown adults throughout the book, but they redeemed themselves in the end.

Overall, I believe fans of contemporary fiction will enjoy this one! It released on March 3rd, so go and get your copy today.

I’m deeply grateful to Revell and NetGalley for allowing me to read a complimentary copy of this book. All expressed opinions belong to me.

Purchase: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes & Noble

book boyfriend:

Grandpa takes the crown for this one. There were several different shades of crazy all around him, but he kept his head on straight and was so kind (except for that one incidence with the peaches, but that’s a minor situation that we can overlook . . . )


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