Published by Entangled Publishing on September 11th 2017
Genres: YA, Romance
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Mallory Jones is tired of being the girl who stays home and practices French horn while her identical twin, Blake, is crowned homecoming queen. So when she has the opportunity to pretend to be Blake, she takes it. At Camp Pine Ridge, she will spread her wings and emerge a butterfly. Or at least someone who finally gets kissed by a cute guy. That is, until bad boy Ben Iron Cloud shows up, ready to get revenge on Blake—aka Mallory.
If it weren’t for that infuriating girl, Ben wouldn’t even be at camp. Luckily, he now has six weeks to soak up some rays and get even with his nemesis. But the more time he spends with Blake, the more he realizes she’s nothing like the girl he thought she was—she’s kind and innocent and suddenly way too tempting. And soon enough, revenge is the last thing on his mind. Unfortunately, the girl he’s falling for is keeping a major secret…
Disclaimer: This book contains a super-hot bad boy out for revenge, all sorts of camp hijinks, and a girl who realized she’s been a butterfly all along.
Mallory often wonders what it would be like to be more like her popular sister Blake. She gets the chance to find out when Blake talks her into going to a summer camp for her. What Mallory does not count on is running into Blake’s nemesis Ben Iron Cloud. She’s not expecting the revenge that Ben is ready to Dole out. Blake has been harassing Ben all year and he is ready to get back at her. He has no idea that it is really Mallory. When he gets to see the softer not so mean side of her he’s ready to break all the rules.
In an Oyster Shell – It was a really fun story with a swoon worthy romance. A book you can find yourself getting lost in.
The Pearls – I liked the concept, it was well executed. Twins doing a switch is a fun story. That Mallory had to pay penance for her twins evil doings was amusing. I liked that everything happened in the setting of the camp.
The characters are really what made the story. There were outstanding main characters that you could emphasize with. The supporting characters sprinkled through out the narrative added a nice pizazz to the story. I really liked Fozzie the burly camp director.
I liked the romance. Ben had a hard time with his changing feelings for his enemy. Mallory was just so sweet that she won him over. Things got really interesting when Blake came to claim her rightful place.
The Sand – It was a good book!