SECRETS OF THE SUMMER is a series starting novella within the Pact Series.
Five days left.
When the Camp Wildwood crew gathers at the campfire every night, there’s one thing we won’t discuss: reality.
Talking about life outside the camp bubble is strictly forbidden. We want to have the best summer experience without the burden of our real lives hanging over us.
We came to camp to be free. Free of judgement, of stereotypes, of societal labels.
Which means we all walk around holding in secrets like ticking time bombs.
With only five days left, reality threatens to come crashing down, hard.
Who will crack first?
Review by Twinsie Dee
I bought this book and this my honest opinion
Five friends that all come from different walks of life but come together at camp every summer. One rule they have made is that they don’t talk about life at home, and they always come to campfire at the end of the evening before bed. Camp brought them together and they look out for each other, but keeping how they handle things back home a secret is harder then some of them thought will their friendships stay true as camp is almost over or will it keep them apart and wishing they never went to camp in the first place. This was such a fun teen story that made you wish you went to summer camp when you were younger or made you remember the times you went if you did.
Danielle Keil grew up and spent the majority of her life in the Chicagoland area. A recent transplant, she is enjoying the Mississippi life, especially the pool in her backyard.
Danielle is happily married for over 10 years, and has two young children, a daughter and a son, who are exact replicas of her and her husband.
She also is a fur mom to their Corgi, Cozmo, who loves barking, mud, and peanut butter.
Danielle’s love language is gifts, her Ennegram is a 9w1, and she loves everything purple.
The way to her heart is through coffee, chocolate and tacos (extra guac).