S'more to Lose - Beth Merlin

S'more to Lose

By Beth Merlin

  • Release Date: 2017-12-05
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 156 Ratings


If you love Sophie Kinsella and Emily Giffin, you'll love this heartwarming sequel to One S'more Summer from a fresh voice in contemporary chick-lit that offers a lighthearted and fun take on life, love, and how to move forward without looking back.

Four years after her life-changing summer at Camp Chinooka, Gigi Goldstein has a second chance at her dream career. As her design house takes the fashion world by storm, it attracts the notice of Victoria Ellicott, the fashionable British socialite who just happens to be engaged to the future king of England. When Gigi is chosen to design the royal wedding dress, she’s forced to confront her ex-fiancé, Perry Gillman, now a successful composer with a hit show on the West End of London.

When Gigi learns Perry’s been dating Victoria’s sister—who rivals her in looks, style and sophistication—Gigi can't help but feel inadequate. Her world crumbles as she develops a creative block so debilitating she fears a wedding dress of royal proportions is never going to happen. Not even her budding relationship with the handsome and wealthy Viscount of Satterley can make her forget Perry. While the world gears up for the wedding of the century, Gigi is on the brink of buckling under the immense pressure of the uncertainties of her future and the failures of her past.

Can Gigi overcome her creative paralysis and design the dress of Victoria's dreams? Or will everything slip through her fingers now that she has even s'more to lose?

The Campfire Series

1. One S’more Summer
2. S'more to Lose
3. Love You S'more
4.Tell Me S’more – Coming 2020!


  • S’more to lose

    By NAW 64
    Entertaining story.

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  • A good read for a bad day

    By DLM inWyo
    With the news of the world somewhat daunting, picking up a book like this can give you the perfect excuse to pick a comfy chair, a blanket and a cup of coffee and then let the day slip away.