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  • By: Georgia Beers
  • Narrated by: Lula Larkin
  • Length: 9 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Camp Lost and Found

By: Georgia Beers
Narrated by: Lula Larkin
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Summary

Cassidy Clarke wants to find herself. Tasked with scattering her friend Mason’s ashes, she heads to the campground where they met as kids. She expects the grief. She expects the guilt. She expects how absent she feels in her own life. What she doesn’t expect is the broken disrepair of the campground. Or the grouchily broody, yet intriguingly beautiful, cabin manager.

Francesca Sisto wants to lose herself. A deadly tragedy eight months ago has left her battered and guilt-ridden. The job at a rundown, very sparsely populated campground was supposed to keep her away from people. But when a very demanding and infuriatingly attractive guest keeps calling, she has no choice but to be a person and interact. They aren’t looking for love, they’re actively avoiding it. Nobody knows better than Cassidy and Frankie that life doesn’t always give you what you want. But sometimes, if you’re lucky, life gives you exactly what you need.

©2022 Georgia Beers (P)2022 Bold Strokes Books Inc
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  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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5 stars all round.
Brilliant story, characters, and narration.
Thoroughly enjoyed this audobook, highly recommend

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forgiveness

as someone who's been punishing themselves with guilt in seclusion, this story hit home. we blame ourselves for all sorts of reasons, if I'd done this or that, when it's rarely the cause.

Georgia writes with a compassion for both mcs' who are feeling thier own guilt, she also describes the beauty of winter wilderness, having no experience of summer camps in uk, but yet I felt I was there.

Lula Larkin is a wonderful narrator who always portrays an empathy with her delivery, and i always feel like I have hot chocolate warmth running through me

beautiful winter romance

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  • Constance
  • 24-12-22

well-developed characters

this book was a departure of sorts from lesfic in that there were heavy topics included and portrayed very well. The MCs were nuanced as well as the supporting characters. The setting was glorious in the Adirondack Mountains. I would enjoy a sequel including former characters from other Georgia Beers's novels. I mostly appreciated the WOC MC. The performance of Lula Larkin was engaging.

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  • L Jane Raulerson
  • 23-12-22

Another Winner!!

I always love Georgia Beers and this one did not disappoint! Please don’t miss it.

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  • BFAV
  • 18-12-22

Nah….

I have 1 hour left to finish listening to this story I’m going to make myself finish. Let me start by saying Georgia Beers is one of my favorite authors but I haven’t found anything in this story that grabbed me and held my attention. The narrator is ok but just personally I really dislike the narration she adapted for Frankie. Frankie described as a beautiful woman just should have a much prettier and sexy voice. I wouldn’t use a credit for this story if I had it to do again. The story just did not give me anything to grasp.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-12-22

Believable +Heartwarming

I don’t usually leave book reviews, but I heard Rachel Spangler say a review was like a hug for an author. So, this is for Georgia Beers! Thank you for such a believable and heartwarming story about Cassidy and Frankie. I found myself crying at times as I listened to their story, cheering them on as they found their way on this journey called life that is way too short.

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  • Aries414
  • 26-11-22

Another Georgia great!

Great story with humor, sadness, sexy parts, very likeable characters, great narrator too-highly recommend!!

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  • JJarvis
  • 04-02-23

Best Beers Novel

Georgia Beers continues her recent list of amazing novels with Camp Lost and Found. In my opinion, this is her best work to date. The characters are well developed with each main character having issues they are dealing with. The part I like most is the lack of angst between the characters. They fall for each other and there is no misunderstanding or miscommunication that pulls them apart. Outstanding novel.

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  • April G.
  • 27-01-23

terrible narrator

story could be better but the narrator ruined it for me. I'll stay away from Lula Larkin.

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  • Teresa Stankewicz
  • 20-01-23

Great book

Love the story and great narration. This book kept me very engaged and wanting more.

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  • Jo
  • 18-01-23

Great story line!

This could be a movie on a certain channel (sappy romance channel loved by many). The character development is amazing.

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  • Heidi Jensen
  • 15-01-23

Heartwarming and sincere

I can related to Frankie’s trauma and I understand the overwhelming amount of guilt that paralyzes you. Very well written book.