Book Reviews & Thoughts
I’m in love with Will Moreno.
I have been my entire life, and it’s not some wayward crush on my best friend’s brother—it’s the real deal.
Our shared history is complicated. We both have lasting emotional and physical damage from a freak bike accident when we were kids, and it’s held us back.
I’m determined to change that, and this summer might be our last chance.
We’re both working at Camp Creek—along with my best friend and Will’s twin brother Bellamy—before we head off to college in the fall. I’ll be managing the art program, adjusting to a new roommate, and chaperoning campers while also trying to create a masterpiece that will land me an internship to help jump-start my artistic career.
I’m a little uninspired, though, because even being surrounded by art and the beauty of nature, nothing compares to the way Will makes me feel.
Only You in Everything by Jennifer Ann Shore | Goodreads
Thank you to Jennifer Ann Shore for providing me an ebook copy of Only You in Everything for me to read and review. What a unique story! I very quickly got hooked on the characters and did not want to put it down. I loved that it was a sweet romance, but the unique setting and life experiences of the characters made it a breath of fresh air in an often predictable genre. The portrayal of long-time close friends and summer camp setting made this story so easy to relate to and feel invested in. The characters were created with great thoughtfulness and depth, with many varied personalities both introverted and extroverted! It was great to see the inclusion of a trans character in a genre dominated typically by cis gendered characters. Definitely one to read for any romance lovers!