Christmas Camp
From the screenwriter of the Netflix Original viral hit, A Christmas Prince, comes another heartwarming holiday story about a beautiful Grinch who’s determined to get her dream job even if it means spending a week at a Christmas Camp where she discovers an unexpected love.Haley Hanson’s idea of the perfect Christmas is escaping to the Caribbean to work so she can avoid all the traditional Christmas distractions. Over the years, she’s sacrificed her personal life to climb the corporate ladder at a prestigious Boston advertising agency. Now she just needs to land a coveted Christmas toy company account to make partner. But first, her boss, Larry, thinks she needs a holiday attitude adjustment, so he ships her off to a Christmas Camp at Holly Peak Inn to help her find her Christmas spirit.Arriving at the charming mountainside inn, Haley meets the owner’s handsome son, Jeff, and feels an instant spark, but resists the attraction, refusing to be distracted from her goal of doing all the required Christmas tasks as fast as possible so she can get back to work.At first Haley struggles with all the traditional Christmas Camp activities. It’s not until she finally allows herself to slow down, live in the moment, and let Christmas back into her heart, that she begins to grow closer to Jeff. But when he finds out Haley’s come up with a plan to help his dad save the struggling inn while he’s been trying to convince his dad to sell it, their relationship takes a serious holiday hit.  Now it will take the magic of the season to bring these two hearts together.

Christmas Camp Details

TitleChristmas Camp
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 16th, 2018
PublisherWilliam Morrow Paperbacks
ISBN-139780062883681
Rating
GenreHoliday, Christmas, Romance, Fiction, Adult, Contemporary

Christmas Camp Review

  • DJ Sakata
    January 1, 1970
    Favorite Quote: Since she traveled a lot to visit her clients, she took pride in the fact that she never checked any bags, going with the philosophy that there were two kinds of luggage, carry-on and lost.My Review: I enjoyed this mild and sweet holiday storyline of a female workaholic named Haley. The writing was insightful and finely tweaked with those humorous and thoughtful touches that kicked the narrative up from good to cleverly exceptional. The main character of Haley wasn’t exactly a gr Favorite Quote: Since she traveled a lot to visit her clients, she took pride in the fact that she never checked any bags, going with the philosophy that there were two kinds of luggage, carry-on and lost.My Review: I enjoyed this mild and sweet holiday storyline of a female workaholic named Haley. The writing was insightful and finely tweaked with those humorous and thoughtful touches that kicked the narrative up from good to cleverly exceptional. The main character of Haley wasn’t exactly a grinch but a mild female version of Scrooge. She was exceptionally driven and prone to be selfish and thoughtless in what she said and did in her eagerness to get accounts and make partner. She worked all the time and didn’t make time to relax, date, or socialize outside of work. She wasn’t vile, just obnoxiously ambitious and work-obsessed. Her boss staged a covet intervention as “a holiday attitude adjustment,” by sending her to “Christmas Camp,” an inn with traditional activities geared to bring families together during the holidays. This is one of those rare books that is chaste enough for my elderly mother’s Sunday School book club and Hallmark Channel wholesome, yet still entertaining to me. My favorite character in the story was the exceptionally clever Max - the Wonder Dog, whom I believe was largely responsible for Haley’s transformation.
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  • Asheley
    January 1, 1970
    This is the perfect grab-some-hot-chocolate, snuggle-with-a-blanket, feel good holiday story. It is positively dripping with Christmas and I love everything about it.Haley works in advertising in Boston and dreams of becoming partner. She needs to land a huge campaign to clench the partnership, but that campaign centers around a Christmas theme. The problem is that Haley doesn’t celebrate the holidays at all and wouldn’t know about creating a Christmas-themed campaign if her life depended on it. This is the perfect grab-some-hot-chocolate, snuggle-with-a-blanket, feel good holiday story. It is positively dripping with Christmas and I love everything about it.Haley works in advertising in Boston and dreams of becoming partner. She needs to land a huge campaign to clench the partnership, but that campaign centers around a Christmas theme. The problem is that Haley doesn’t celebrate the holidays at all and wouldn’t know about creating a Christmas-themed campaign if her life depended on it. Her boss decides to send her to Christmas Camp before he’ll even entertain her marketing pitch. Haley will be “enjoying” a week-long, all-inclusive Christmas intensive with a few other guests hosted by Ben and Jeff, an aging inn owner and his son. Ben absolutely loves Christmas and has been hosting these camps for years to share the joy of the holidays with people of all types. He used to host along with his wife, but sadly she is no longer alive to host with him, so his son has stepped in to help him carry on the Christmas Camp tradition.At Christmas Camp, Haley meets couples that are looking to reconnect over the holiday, those that are alone for the first time over the holiday, and holiday enthusiasts just wanting to be around more Christmas. But she’s really the only one there without any desire for Christmas. She sneaks her laptop and phone so she can work whenever she can even though it is against the rules. This is a little frustrating for the hosts and the other participants, but over the course of the week, Haley’s begins to enjoy the holidays festivities little by little. Making snow angels, enjoying Christmas cookies and other treats, cutting down her own tree and decorating it with her own theme – these things become something that she enjoys rather than a burden, and she is able to relax rather than stress over the work she is missing.This is a fairly straightforward story of person-who-hates-Christmas learning to confront why they dislike Christmas, then learning to have some holiday spirit. I love stories like this with main characters that almost seem Scrooge-like or Grinch-like that end up eventually softening their hearts. This one reminds me of Sarah Morgan's Sleigh Bells in the Snow, although it is much less romance-y than Ms. Morgan’s story. Christmas Camp is overall a more feel-good story that I love because of all of the characters in it and because of everything that they do, and it just happens to have a very slow-burn romance with a little bit of promise at the end. (Hint: If you’re looking for a holiday romance-y romance, you are not going to find that here.)I already added it to my yearly holiday reads rotation because it was super fun and I’d love to read it again. The setting is good, although I can’t remember which state the inn is set. I’m pretty sure it is definitely in the northeastern US, somewhere not too far off from Boston, which is where the characters live when they’re not at the inn. (Perhaps the inn location is mentioned in the story but I don’t remember.) At any rate, I love the inn with the snow and hills and forests, and the feeling of community and family between the hosts and guests. The Christmas vibe is also very present with the trees and decorations and hot chocolate and foods and activities. I think these may be the things I love most about the book, after the characterization which is fantastic.It was a great idea for the author to place so many different types of characters in the camp together because I cared so deeply for all of them and felt curious about their lives beyond just how Haley saw them. Like Gail, for example, who is alone for Christmas because her son in the military is serving time overseas. And John, who is a divorced physician who works long hours, but is at camp with his two teenage children so he can spend quality time making memories with them over the holidays because they are growing up and will soon be moving out as adults. Great characterization made this story full and rich and robust.The front of the book mentioned, in all-caps across the top, that this will soon be a “major TV movie” and that is exciting. But I honestly cannot imagine the movie being any better than this book. This is exactly the type of Christmas story most of us are looking for when we are making our holiday reading lists. A follow-up isn’t necessary at all, but I would definitely read it because I’m curious about what is next for the Christmas Camp itself and for Amelia and Jeff, and the rest of the guests from the camp. I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Thank you, William Morrow Books!Find this review and more like it on my blog, Into the Hall of Books!
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  • Mayda
    January 1, 1970
    It isn’t that Haley has lost her Christmas spirit, she never really had any. Growing up poor, there wasn’t much money to indulge in a lot of holiday decorations or gifts, so Christmas wasn’t much different from the other days of the year. Now that she had a career and some money to spend, she treated her parents and herself to a Caribbean vacation each year at Christmastime, instead of celebrating the way most people did. But now, wanting a promotion at work and to be put in charge of a toy comp It isn’t that Haley has lost her Christmas spirit, she never really had any. Growing up poor, there wasn’t much money to indulge in a lot of holiday decorations or gifts, so Christmas wasn’t much different from the other days of the year. Now that she had a career and some money to spend, she treated her parents and herself to a Caribbean vacation each year at Christmastime, instead of celebrating the way most people did. But now, wanting a promotion at work and to be put in charge of a toy company’s account, her boss gives her an ultimatum. She must spend a week at a resort’s Christmas Camp, to awaken her nonexistent Christmas spirit, or the plum account would go to her rival. So off Haley goes, determined to quickly ace the assignments at the camp and return to work. But things don’t quite go the way she expected. Author Karen Schaler has penned a delightful light romance that is filled with the Christmas spirit. At the core of the novel is the fresh idea of a Christmas camp, where guests come to interact with fun activities and outings. You might be able to guess how it ends, but likely the journey there will be filled surprising twists. This tale might even inspire its readers to hold their own mini camp, if just for an evening’s fun. In fact, a couple of recipes and a game of Christmas charades is included in the book for just that purpose. This is a fun and entertaining romance, a perfect holiday read.
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  • Kathryn
    January 1, 1970
    What a delightful, fresh, original Christmas season story. I wanted to resist it at first, but bit by bit it hooked my in and kept me reading on. I loved the characters and their stories, I loved the persistence of Max ( a dog) and his insight into the human heart!  I found myself wishing I was their at the Christmas Camp along with all the participants. I might be a little bit easily led I know, but I just couldn't resist the feel good message in this story.Haley is a sort of Grinch. But... she What a delightful, fresh, original Christmas season story. I wanted to resist it at first, but bit by bit it hooked my in and kept me reading on. I loved the characters and their stories, I loved the persistence of Max ( a dog) and his insight into the human heart!  I found myself wishing I was their at the Christmas Camp along with all the participants. I might be a little bit easily led I know, but I just couldn't resist the feel good message in this story.Haley is a sort of Grinch. But... she doesn't really have all that much in common with that character, when you examine her life and her heart. Really that is in the right place. She has just become obsessed  with work and her eye is forever on that goal. But thanks to her boss she gets a call to step outside her life and experience something different. I found myself on her side, wanting her to love her respite in this wonder filled place, but also to be successful in her ultimate goal.I loved the activities, the friendships and relationships that were begun or strengthened. Mmmm all the feels of the Christmas season plus. I believe this just may have a follow up. I'm all for it!
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  • Mary Brown
    January 1, 1970
    Camp ChristmasKaren Schaler5 StarsSynopsis:From the screenwriter of the Netflix Original viral hit, A Christmas Prince, comes another heartwarming holiday story about a beautiful Grinch who’s determined to get her dream job even if it means spending a week at a Christmas Camp where she discovers an unexpected love.Haley Hanson’s idea of the perfect Christmas is escaping to the Caribbean to work so she can avoid all the traditional Christmas distractions. Over the years, she’s sacrificed her pers Camp ChristmasKaren Schaler5 StarsSynopsis:From the screenwriter of the Netflix Original viral hit, A Christmas Prince, comes another heartwarming holiday story about a beautiful Grinch who’s determined to get her dream job even if it means spending a week at a Christmas Camp where she discovers an unexpected love.Haley Hanson’s idea of the perfect Christmas is escaping to the Caribbean to work so she can avoid all the traditional Christmas distractions. Over the years, she’s sacrificed her personal life to climb the corporate ladder at a prestigious Boston advertising agency. Now she just needs to land a coveted Christmas toy company account to make partner. But first, her boss, Larry, thinks she needs a holiday attitude adjustment, so he ships her off to a Christmas Camp at Holly Peak Inn to help her find her Christmas spirit.Arriving at the charming mountainside inn, Haley meets the owner’s handsome son, Jeff, and feels an instant spark, but resists the attraction, refusing to be distracted from her goal of doing all the required Christmas tasks as fast as possible so she can get back to work.At first Haley struggles with all the traditional Christmas Camp activities. It’s not until she finally allows herself to slow down, live in the moment, and let Christmas back into her heart, that she begins to grow closer to Jeff. But when he finds out Haley’s come up with a plan to help his dad save the struggling inn while he’s been trying to convince his dad to sell it, their relationship takes a serious holiday hit. Now it will take the magic of the season to bring these two hearts together. (Goodreads)Review:When I read this book, I thought I was watching a Hallmark Christmas movie. It had everything you need to get in the Christmas spirit: humor, family, tradition, good food, snow and love. Haley is a woman who knows her mind and has her priorities set. And work is her number one priority. She wants to make partner at the advertising agency where she works. When she is at Christmas Camp, all she can think about is getting all of the activities done and heading back to her job. But somewhere along the way, her priorities change and she realizes that there is more to life than work. The characters are well rounded and well developed. I thought they all added to the story in a positive way, just as they all added a positivity to Haley’s life.I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted women’s contemporary. I felt like I was reading a cozy mystery without a mystery. This was a clean read and I really enjoyed it a lot. Be sure to pick up this book for a great holiday reading.I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher, HarperCollins Publishers and Edelweiss, which I greatly appreciate.
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  • Gaele
    January 1, 1970
    Haley is determined to make her mark in advertising, and has restructured her life to get one step closer to her dream. Friends, family and romance are all pushed aside, and the last big thing she thinks will ensure that promotion is on the horizon. If she can land this toy account, she just knows that she’ll get that promotion – but her boss has other ideas for her. He thinks Haley is missing that special something that only an injection of holiday spirit can bring – so he sends her off to Chri Haley is determined to make her mark in advertising, and has restructured her life to get one step closer to her dream. Friends, family and romance are all pushed aside, and the last big thing she thinks will ensure that promotion is on the horizon. If she can land this toy account, she just knows that she’ll get that promotion – but her boss has other ideas for her. He thinks Haley is missing that special something that only an injection of holiday spirit can bring – so he sends her off to Christmas Camp to find her inner Santa spirit. Not something she wanted, but she assumes that she can ‘heads down’ and strategize in order to win the client over, and that she can return to work bringing a new client in and adding partnership to her resume. A reluctant participant, Haley isn’t all that into the ‘activities’ list, and while she finds the owner’s son attractive – she’s got her own game plan that doesn’t include the myriad activities scheduled. Jeff is helping his father, and while it’s apparent that the camp is struggling, what’s not so apparent is that Jeff thinks his father should sell up and enjoy his life without the worry of finances and bookings. But, Haley isn’t an advertising whiz for nothing, and she sees the potential in the place, even if she was dragged, kicking and screaming, into activities. She’s not only got an eye on her own plans, she’s also found a way to help Jeff’s father make a going concern of the camp, much to Jeff’s dismay. Feeling very much like a Hallmark movie, although missing some key world-building and description that would have brought additional imagery into the story, allowing more of a feel for the camp setting. The reluctant celebrant in Haley – and not really feeling as if we have reasons to grab onto why she’s focused only on work, and while she discovers life other than the 9 to 5, there were still some questions and holes in her personality, and in the relationship that just didn’t work for me in the ways I’d hoped. Not a bad story at all, it just didn’t all fit together for me in ways that would make me rave about the story – although I can say that I think it would be an intriguing and entertaining tv movie. A bit of a mixed bag, I know, but with so many other choices out there for ‘finding your joy” holiday stories, this is one that goes on the if I have time pile. I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via Edelweiss for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. Review first appeared at I am, Indeed
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  • CLM
    January 1, 1970
    What if your boss made you go spend a week at Christmas Camp to find the true meaning of the season? What if he gave your rival that extra week to work on a huge client presentation while you have to do it late at night or at dawn? Wouldn't you really deserve to find a cute guy at the inn to make up for that kind of injustice?My review: https://perfectretort.blogspot.com/20...
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  • Tami
    January 1, 1970
    Okay, now I'm ready to decorate the house, bake cookies, wrap gifts and watch Hallmark Christmas movies! Christmas Camp had all the elements for a perfect Hallmark Christmas movie. Haley, a workaholic who pretty much ignores the holiday season, goes unwillingly to a week of Christmas Camp in order to impress her boss and get a promotion. She gets more than she bargained for after her week at Christmas Camp.Believing in the miracle of Christmas shows Haley that what is important is family and the Okay, now I'm ready to decorate the house, bake cookies, wrap gifts and watch Hallmark Christmas movies! Christmas Camp had all the elements for a perfect Hallmark Christmas movie. Haley, a workaholic who pretty much ignores the holiday season, goes unwillingly to a week of Christmas Camp in order to impress her boss and get a promotion. She gets more than she bargained for after her week at Christmas Camp.Believing in the miracle of Christmas shows Haley that what is important is family and the people (and pets) you love.Now, can I go to Christmas Camp too? I want to try some of those "secret recipe" sugar cookies!
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  • Lindsey
    January 1, 1970
    I love this. It got me so ready for Christmas already and I’m not mad about it. I love Christmas books and I don’t care who knows it!!
  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    This was a great book! Heartwarming story about a grinch who goes to Christmas Camp in order to convince her boss to give her a Christmas account. I will definitely watch the Hallmark movie when it comes out! This is a fun easy read, perfect for putting you in the holiday spirit!
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  • Jenna Friebel
    January 1, 1970
    The writing is not great, but the story is adorable. Also I really want to go to Christmas Camp.
  • Sandra
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, what can I say about Christmas Camp? Karen Schaler is an incredible story teller. From the time I picked up this book, I did not want to put it down. From her carefully crafted characters so real, they feel like your friends, to her outstanding ability for making a setting come to life. Karen Schaler is one talented writer. Haley Hanson the star, plays a beautiful Grinch in this Christmas story. She doesn't believe in Christmas and has not celebrated it in years. She is sent to Christmas Ca Wow, what can I say about Christmas Camp? Karen Schaler is an incredible story teller. From the time I picked up this book, I did not want to put it down. From her carefully crafted characters so real, they feel like your friends, to her outstanding ability for making a setting come to life. Karen Schaler is one talented writer. Haley Hanson the star, plays a beautiful Grinch in this Christmas story. She doesn't believe in Christmas and has not celebrated it in years. She is sent to Christmas Camp for a week, by her boss, to help her find her Christmas spirit. She is determined to get the Tyler Toys account, which could win her a partnership in the company. If it takes going to a Christmas boot camp to do it, she will. Her normal Christmas tradition is to take her parents to the Caribbean for a week during the Christmas season. She would see a client there and work, while her mom and dad enjoyed the sun and sand. There are three other delightful families attending Christmas Camp the same week as Haley. The owner of the camp Ben and his son Jeff, along with Laura the cook, are the other characters. But let's not forget the real star Max, the beautiful and talented golden retriever. The Holly Peak Inn is a charming resort on a picturesque mountainside. Just down the road is a charming little town with everything Christmas.I loved the Christmas Camps vision of helping families to get away, slow down and remember what the main purpose of Christmas is. To maybe start their own family traditions. The activities Ben planned seemed fun and they really got each person involved. On your first day, you were given a list of all the activities and when they would be. You needed to complete them in order to get a certificate at the end of the week. Haley needed the certificate to show to her boss.I had so many favorite parts, I can not list them. Here are a couple quotes that really got to me.“Hey, I'm the restoration guy, remember. I like a challenge.” When he looked into her eyes, she wasn't sure if he was talking about the house...or her.“You know what they say, life is what happens when you're making other plans.”I totally enjoyed this book and plan on passing it on to my daughter and granddaughter.I received a copy of this book from the publisher through Early Reviewers at LibraryThing. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    Success driven Haley Hanson is on track to land a big account and earn a promotion to partner in a prestigious advertising agency. The campaign is for a Christmas doll, and Haley (who is affectionately called the Grinch by some) just does not get into the traditions and celebration of the holidays. Hoping that it will get her into the correct spirit to come up with the perfect idea, Haley’s boss insists that she attend a special week-long Christmas camp at Holly Peak Inn and bring back her certi Success driven Haley Hanson is on track to land a big account and earn a promotion to partner in a prestigious advertising agency. The campaign is for a Christmas doll, and Haley (who is affectionately called the Grinch by some) just does not get into the traditions and celebration of the holidays. Hoping that it will get her into the correct spirit to come up with the perfect idea, Haley’s boss insists that she attend a special week-long Christmas camp at Holly Peak Inn and bring back her certificate of completion before even allowing her to pitch a plan to the client.Upon arrival at the camp, Haley becomes immersed in all things Christmas. Because she must have that certificate, Haley reluctantly participates. However, with the help of Jeff Jacoby, who is son of the camp owner, and the other guests, she is slowly filled with the Christmas spirit. It was fun getting to know all the characters and learn why each had decided to be there. I loved seeing the campers grow from a group of strangers into friends. There is the frustration of seeing the blooming romance between Haley and Jeff run into a roadblock when he learns that she has been giving his dad, Ben, ideas on how to turn the camp into a profit-making endeavor. The camp guests are well rounded with distinctly different personalities, the camp activities are well planned to fulfill a purpose, and the romance sweet. I understand that this book has been turned into a Christmas movie – one that I want to see!I received my copy of this book as part of a giveaway at LibraryThing.com. I am under no obligation to review but am voluntarily sharing my opinion.
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  • Ria
    January 1, 1970
    Thanks to NetGalley and Little, Brown Book Group UK for the ARC of Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler.Haley is a self-confessed workaholic, and a Grinch, preferring to spend Christmas soaking up the sun in the Caribbean (whilst checking in with a client, of course) rather than having to having to take part in anything too festive.However, when her lack of Christmas spirit threatens her opportunity to pitch for a client boasting a range of Christmas toys, and taking with it any chance of Haley getti Thanks to NetGalley and Little, Brown Book Group UK for the ARC of Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler.Haley is a self-confessed workaholic, and a Grinch, preferring to spend Christmas soaking up the sun in the Caribbean (whilst checking in with a client, of course) rather than having to having to take part in anything too festive.However, when her lack of Christmas spirit threatens her opportunity to pitch for a client boasting a range of Christmas toys, and taking with it any chance of Haley getting a promotion at work, she agrees to go to Christmas Camp, hoping that this will convince her boss that she is the right person for the job.This book follows a generic Hallmark Christmas movie formula, but to me that’s not a bad thing. Is it predictable? Yes. Is it enjoyable? Also yes. It’s a sweet Christmas story, complete with a dilemma (will Christmas Camp be able to keep running with rising costs?), a will-they-won’t-they couple, and more carols than you can shake a snow-covered stick at. What will happen with Haley’s promotion? Will Christmas Camp continue bringing Christmas joy to guests for years to come? Will Haley find love in the least likely place? I’ll leave you to find that out for yourself.I am eagerly awaiting the sequel and the film adaptation of this book. In the meantime, I’m off to Netflix to watch Karen Schaler’s A Christmas Prince, which by all accounts was a smash hit last year. Give me a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine, and I’m Christmas-ready after this fun, festive read.5 stars out of 5.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    This was a heart warming, feel good holiday story that makes you makes you want to keep reading all night long. I love Hallmark movies and this story would fit into that mold. Although it was somewhat predictable, I loved the story and the characters so much that I didn't care. Haley is a hard charging executive that doesn't have much Christmas spirit. Her boss sends her to Christmas camp to connect with the holiday spirit before he will let her bid on a big account that involves holiday toys. H This was a heart warming, feel good holiday story that makes you makes you want to keep reading all night long. I love Hallmark movies and this story would fit into that mold. Although it was somewhat predictable, I loved the story and the characters so much that I didn't care. Haley is a hard charging executive that doesn't have much Christmas spirit. Her boss sends her to Christmas camp to connect with the holiday spirit before he will let her bid on a big account that involves holiday toys. Haley meets Jeff and his father Ben and begins connecting with holiday traditions. Without giving away the story, I'll just say that the characters are fun and the story reminds you of all of the good things about the holidays. Reader received a complimentary copy from Library Thing Early Reviewers.
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  • Donna
    January 1, 1970
    Haley’s boss has issued a big challenge to her in order to get a big promotion. Her challenge is to complete a week of “Christmas Camp”. It all seems almost too much for Haley until she meets the camp owner’s son, Jeff. As impossible as it seems, Haley relinquishes her attitude and begins her week of Christmas fun. A sweet and endearing story full of Christmas fun and romance! A great addition to the Christmas romance genre!Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler will be available October 16, 2018 from Haley’s boss has issued a big challenge to her in order to get a big promotion. Her challenge is to complete a week of “Christmas Camp”. It all seems almost too much for Haley until she meets the camp owner’s son, Jeff. As impossible as it seems, Haley relinquishes her attitude and begins her week of Christmas fun. A sweet and endearing story full of Christmas fun and romance! A great addition to the Christmas romance genre!Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler will be available October 16, 2018 from William Morrow Paperbacks, an imprint of HarperCollins. An egalley of this book was made available by the publisher in exchange for a honest review.
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  • Jill
    January 1, 1970
    Haley, is a workaholic.  Jeff, is still mourning the loss of his mother and trying to navigate the fragile conversations with his aging father and his failing Inn.  Christmas Camp is the perfect heartwarming, romantic story to get you in the Christmas mood.  Perfectly set for its near future debut as a TV movie, I look forward to enjoying this lighthearted, cheesy Christmas tale during the 25 days of Christmas countdown.   *Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher. Al Haley, is a workaholic.  Jeff, is still mourning the loss of his mother and trying to navigate the fragile conversations with his aging father and his failing Inn.  Christmas Camp is the perfect heartwarming, romantic story to get you in the Christmas mood.  Perfectly set for its near future debut as a TV movie, I look forward to enjoying this lighthearted, cheesy Christmas tale during the 25 days of Christmas countdown.   *Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher. All opinions are my own. 
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  • Brittany Stilger
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely loved this book from the moment I picked it up! It is so heart warming, and full of Christmas spirit! It brought back childhood memories from past Christmases and made me very sentimental. I am definitely in the Christmas mood and it's only October 😂.. definitely worth the read. 5 out of 5⭐'s for me. I absolutely loved this book from the moment I picked it up! It is so heart warming, and full of Christmas spirit! It brought back childhood memories from past Christmases and made me very sentimental. I am definitely in the Christmas mood and it's only October 😂.. definitely worth the read. 5 out of 5⭐️'s for me.
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  • Bonnie
    January 1, 1970
    This was a fun book to read. Haley does not like Christmas but finds out she is in line for a promotion but she has to go to a Christmas Camp get her Christmas joy back again. She meets the Camp's owners son, Jeff and get closer to him and you can guess the rest. I'm not mentioning everything else in the book because I want you to read it and enjoy it!
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  • Becky
    January 1, 1970
    I read that this book will also be a movie and I am guessing a Hallmark movie. If you love Hallmark movies you will love this book. I do love Hallmark movies and I loved this book. I needed an easy read and low stress and this fit perfectly. The author was new to me, but she didn't disappoint me at all.
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  • Jeri Harsh
    January 1, 1970
    Such a great Christmas story...can't wait until it will be a movie...loved this book!
  • Gina
    January 1, 1970
    This story was really great!!! It definitely got me in the Christmas spirit. I can't wait to see it as a TV movie
  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    Actual rating 4.5/5🌟 Listened to audiobook - This is the perfect holiday novel for anyone who is a fan of Hallmark Christmas Movies.
  • Hannah
    January 1, 1970
    ARC REVIEW TO COME
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