Friday, July 29, 2016

Tricia Copeland - Drops of Sunshine review

With a job as a camp counselor, sixteen-year-old Nina heads to the wilderness for summer break. With her year all she wants is an escape. But some special kids can hear her thoughts and she can't hide her head in the sand like she planned. Can Nina come to terms with all her swirling emotions? Sometimes all it takes is a drop of sunshine!

Oh wow! So this was my first book from Tricia Copeland, but it DEFINITELY won't be my last! I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down.  I wasn't ready for it to be over, either! I was drawn into the story and life at Camp Green Lake.  Nina had issues going on at home so camp seemed like a reprieve to her.  However, she wasn't expecting persistent counselors and kids with extra talents.  There is an interesting story among the counselors and the campers. Not to mention things going on back home for Nina.  She has to learn how to deal with what life has handed her and learn how to open herself up to others. This was a different story for me, but very enjoyable and if you're looking for a new author or just a new kind of story, don't let this book pass you by! Grab your copy today!

Tricia Copeland grew up in Georgia and now lives in Colorado with her husband, three kids, and multiple four legged and finned friends. Drops of Sunshine is her first young adult and paranormal work. First published in Spellbound, a YA paranormal novella collection, it has already received great reviews. Tricia’s clean new adult Being Me series includes the titles Is This Me?, If I Could Fly, and Think You Know Me. The series finale is due out September 2016. If not on the trail, you can find Tricia at or on many social media channels.

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