Hughes and his family spend their summers at an idyllic nudist camp. The place is full of opportunities, but Paul is a typical
teenager—self-conscious and awkward. Then a storm batters the camp in the summer of 1978, and an older woman changes Paul’s
and his family return to camp, but his life is a lot more complicated now. In addition to Susan, he has a crush on a girl his
own age, Gina. He also has his eye on the camp goddess, seventeen-year-old Kendall. In typical Paul fashion, he gets more than
he bargained for—a lot more.
Paul and Gina head to college to be with Kendall. New friends and different schedules put a strain on their
three-way relationship, and Paul struggles to make things work. For the first time in his life, he doesn’t have Susan or his
parents to pick up the pieces when he screws up.
After Gina moves to Los Angeles, Paul has to come to grips with his feelings for Kendall. He also has to deal
with challenges at his summer job and then back at school. Life isn’t so easy in the real world, which he learns the hard way.
But what about his new friends, Trip, Wren, and Christy—are they just a passing fancy, or destined to be lifelong friends? Only
time will tell. Read the roller-coaster conclusion to Summer Camp.
A Summer Camp prequel.
Jack MacLean is happy with married life, but it's the Swinging Sixties and he wants to have fun. His wife does
too, and they have their sights set on her new friend, Beth Hughes. But Jack and Beth's husband will soon be fighting a war
in the skies over Vietnam. When they return, everything will change.