on June 20th 2017
Genres: Young Adult
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USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Nicole Williams delivers a seductive summer romance worth swooning over. Perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen and Stephanie Perkins.
Phoenix can't imagine anything worse than being shipped off to family summer camp. Her parents have been fighting for the past two years--do they seriously think being crammed in a cabin with Phoenix and her little brother, Harry, will make things better?
On top of that, Phoenix is stuck training with Callum--the head counselor who is seriously cute but a complete know-it-all. His hot-cold attitude means he's impossible to figure out--and even harder to rely on. But despite her better judgment, Phoenix is attracted to Callum. And he's promising Phoenix a summer she'll never forget. Can she trust him? Or is this just another lie?
Trusting You and Other Lies is a highly addictive YA that takes you back to when you were a teenager and summer camp was a place to escape. It’s also more than just that. It’s a lesson on trust, life, love, loyalty and how much your family really does love you. Things aren’t always what they seem and you shouldn’t take them at face value.
Phoenix is a very likable character. She’s funny, smart, not too whiny. Just a normal teenager that thinks the whole world is on her shoulders. Camp Kismet is not how she plans to spend her summer but she has to make the best of it.
Harry.. I absolutely love Harry!!! If I had a brother I would want him to be Harry. He’s so smart and intelligent that it’s crazy and we really see him shine when he goes to camp. He’s in his element and it’s amazing what the outdoors does for everyone.
Then Callum.. silent, sulky, broody Callum. There’s so much more to him than his body and good looks. There’s a boy who’s looking for someone to help him. To show him there are great things ahead for him.
Nicole Williams never disappoints me. Regardless what genre she writes she exceeds each one flawlessly. I really think you could tell her to write a book about eggplants and it would be fascinating by the time Nicole was done writing it. She has magical fingers and a more fascinating, unique mind than most authors I’ve read.