Campfire Day is the first Saturday in August and what better way to celebrate than with a good book. Who loves to gather around the campfire and share scary stories or a sweet romance? That is one of the best parts of the camping trip. Here are ten books that go from scary to heartfelt and will make the perfect addition to your camping trip.
Savage (Wolf Ranch #4) by Renee Rose & Vanessa Vale
That baby she carried wasn’t human. And this wolf would never walk away from his pup. She may not want me in her life, but that was too bad. I was moving in—watching over her and providing for my family. She was under my protection now. Whether she wanted it or not. Whether she wanted me or not.
Chasing Charli (Alaska Blizzard #6) by Kat Mizera
Resisting her maybe his toughest test of all... Finnish hockey star Miikka Laasonen may seem to live a charmed life, but the reality is that he's lonely. His struggle with learning the English language makes it hard for him to fit in and to make matters worse, his Finnish girlfriend tires of their long-distance relationship and dumps him.
Lost in the Wilderness by Natalie Rhodes
The light was fading, the rain was intensifying, and their hope was vanishing. People would mourn them at their funerals if their bodies were ever found. Maybe their family and friends would get together and light candles in memory of the two girls who had mysteriously disappeared in the Montana wilderness. Megan, for some reason, could not help but think of them being highlighted on some television show where their disappearance would be turned into entertainment with all kinds of theories. Some would speculate that they had run away from home, maybe been killed by a mountain lion, or abducted by a deranged mountain man who lived as a hermit. Their lives would not be celebrated. They would be media fodder talked about with false compassion in between fast food and car commercials
Runaway Heart: A Texas Romance by Phyllis Kerr
As the oldest daughter in the family, she has been in charge of all of the household duties including nursing an ill father. But he has passed away. Now with her brother moving back home with his wife and their baby, she can see nothing but more hard work. She decides to brave the world alone not knowing what perils await her. She must engage all of her impetuous instinct, her headstrong determination, her independent spirit, and her strong personal belief in the basic principles of right and wrong to negotiate her journey to happiness. She learns that no life is easy but with patience and hard work she is able to create the happy future she longs for and be the independent woman she truly is.
The Book Doctor by Britney King
From the bestselling author of The Social Affair and HER comes a riveting new thriller about a writer desperate to make a comeback who realizes that success may cost more than he can afford to pay when a stranger arrives at his door.
Say You'll Be Nine by Lucy Lennox
One dilapidated cabin in need of renovation. Two stubborn men pretending to be a couple. Three summer months to get the job done. Four tangled legs in only one bed. Five cameras catching it all for YouTube. Six hundred thousand Instagram followers. Seven nosy family members with Opinions. Eight thousand reasons they should never fall in love. Nine million reasons why they will.