Author: Shannen Crane Camp
Publisher: Sugar Coated Press
Release Date: December 2012
Series: June #1
5 STARS: I LOVED IT!!!
I finished this book on Christmas and didn’t take any notes because I was enjoying it too much! It was a fast and fun read. It’s LDS fiction which is the same as Christian fiction but with some specific Latter-Day Saint/Mormon vocabulary, for example- seminary. Seminary is a morning class (normally around 6am) that high school age kids can attend that discusses the scriptures. These kind of possibly unfamiliar terms were explained well enough for those of you not familiar with the LDS faith.
I love stories where the every day character finds herself thrown into the hustle and bustle of Hollywood life. June had been an actress since she was very young but never for anything big then she landed a roll in the hottest crime show on tv. Oh the drama!
The romance and friendships in Finding June were so fun to watch grow. This was another great book by Shannen Crane Camp. If you love contemporary fiction with the flare of Hollywood then you’ll love this book!
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Sexual Content: mild ( kissing )
I received the book from Shannen Crane Camp. Thank you! I am not paid for my reviews. My reviews are solely my opinion.
Reviewed by Kathryn Cooper
Creator of Clean Teen Fiction
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13 thoughts on “Book Review: Finding June by Shannen Crane Camp”
I was just peeking in to make sure I hadn't missed your announcement, and saw this. 😉 I have Imprints by Nunes on my shelf. It's probably been waiting to be read at least a year. :S
Hannah- Oh I hope you read this one! It was so fun and made me happy.
i'm so glad to see that you enjoy this one!!! I've been really looking forward to this one! yay!
Dazzling Mage- It's pretty newly released. The cover really caught my attention.
Shane- Yes, you should definitely check this book out! It was great!
Bluerose- What book is on your shelf? Maybe I've read it. Yeah the Breakup Artist is a really cute read but not LDS fiction.
Megan- Thanks! I don't read many LDS fiction either because there aren't any at the libraries in Texas, and that's my usual way to get books unless sent to me for review.
Don't think I've heard of this book before, but very intrigued!
Good review. Think i'll give this one a go.
I've never read any LDS fiction, so I'm glad you explained. I was curious. I do have one book on my shelf labeled as LDS, though. 🙂
Both books by this author look really cute!
It sounds very interesting– but I honestly haven't read very much LDS fiction. It's mostly because there's really not as much out there as you would expect. Fabulous review, Kathryn!
Megan@The Book Babe