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Camp FireFly Falls
Crushing on Cooper - Summer 2016
When Allison Nelson’s failed bakery leaves her career in limbo she takes a job at Camp Firefly Falls. It’s a trip down memory lane to return to the camp she attended during her childhood, but she gets more than she expected. A corporate retreat arrives, and Allison is forced to sink or swim in a new romance with her first love. But a casual summer fling doesn’t go as planned, and she dives in with her heart, even if she’s too scared to tell Cooper about her son and a past full of failure.
Cooper Marshall spent the last decade as the golden boy of snowboarding winning multiple Olympic medals. When he decides to settle down and take a suit-and-tie job, he’s sent on a retreat to Camp Firefly Falls. More than fond memories of the camp await him, and he discovers his childhood crush that got away. He makes the move he should have years ago, but Allison is not the Allie he remembers, and the week-long fling she insists upon keeps him at arm’s length.
When Allison’s truth is revealed, Cooper learns the girl he fell in love with has changed into a woman he doesn’t know. But the Allie he remembers is still in Allison’s heart, and she struggles with learning to let go of her mistakes to take a chance on love.
Flirting with Finn - Summer 2017
Meg was glad to return to Camp Firefly Falls for another summer as head chef when a fire put her restaurant temporarily out of business and her ex left her for a previous love. She needed the magic of camp life to soothe her soul, and reconnecting with Finn, her college crush, was a pleasant surprise. But the deeper Meg delved into a relationship with him, the more her old insecurities resurfaced, and she became paralyzed with fear.
Finn may have appeared to be larger than life in college, but the truth was he didn’t think he was good enough for smart, serious Meg, and he never asked her out. When he found her again ten years later, he wasn’t going to let a second chance slip away. But as they grew closer, Meg’s wall grew higher, and he learned there was more to their past than he knew. Could he break through her barrier and convince Meg to let him into her heart?