When Christina Brannigan and the summer camp counselors return to Camp Edson to help make Christmas for a group of displaced foster kids, will a freak ice storm and a power outage be the last events on the schedule?
I found A Camp Edson Christmas on my Nook when I was looking for something for short reads and Christmas stories. This short story met both requirements and I quickly read it. I probably read it under an hour.
It was a really sweet story, though I recommend having a tissue handy.
Whether Davis was rewarding fans with a free story or luring new fans, I would say she has accomplished her goal. A Camp Edson Christmas made me want to read more. She did a great job of providing a satisfying short story for fans and new readers.
Need a reminder of what really matters this season? Pick up Cynthia Davis's A Camp Edson Christmas.
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available format: ebook
published: November 2011
target audience: young adult
read: November 2015
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