Catching June by Shannen Crane Camp

December 8, 2014 | 2 Comments

Catching June by Shannen Crane CampCatching June
Author: Shannen Crane Camp
Series: June #3
Genres: YA Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 284
Date: December 6, 2014
Publisher: Sugar Coated Press

June Laurie’s life in the spotlight of Hollywood is anything but normal. Between paparazzi watching her every move, and online fandoms voicing opinions on her relationship with her boyfriend and co-star Ryan Hex, things can get confusing.

But June is more than confident that she has her life planned out perfectly, with her childhood friend Joseph Cleveland coming home from a mission soon, and a successful television show under her belt, things seem to be falling into place perfectly.

But when jealousies both on set and off start to shake the foundation of perfection that June has tried to build up, she’ll be forced to, once again, assess just how important her deeply seated standards are, and who really fills the empty spaces in her life.

With the overbearing threat of popular opinion constantly hanging over her, will June be able to clear the clutter in her life and come to terms with what will bring her true happiness?


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About Shannen Crane Camp

Shannen Crane Camp

Shannen Crane Camp loves reading, writing, and film—and her husband and their miniature schnauzer, Hemingway. Shannen writes Young Adult Fiction though she often dabbles in New Adult, Paranormal, and Mystery. She takes any opportunity to include her love of film and video games in her writing and you might just find a nerdy Easter Egg or two hidden in her works.

2 responses to “Catching June by Shannen Crane Camp

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    I was excited to read this third installment about June, but I had a hard time at points feeling like I connected with her. Several things just kind of bugged me (like her insistence on a temple marriage, yet she was dropping hints for her non-LDS boyfriend to propose to her) and overall, I felt she was immature. For the most part, I did like where things ended up at end of the story, and I was excited to see that there will be a fourth book.

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