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Publisher's Summary

In her job, love is in focus. In her personal life, capturing love has never been so hard.

For Coco Beaumont, capturing love is easy. It's her job. She uses her camera and films happy couples in love with her wedding videography business. In her personal life, Coco's heart is captured thousands of miles away by her boyfriend, who builds orphanages in South America.

While filming for her roommate, Liz, Coco's focus becomes blurred. The photographer for Liz and Tyler's wedding gets in her way and under her skin. She is torn between what she has waited for and what is right in front of her.

Peter Jorgensen is hired for his college roommate's wedding. But signing up for the job comes with more than he bargained for. Though they start off on the wrong foot, Peter is determined to show Coco that capturing love is more than perfect predictability and a setting on the camera.

Coco is so focused on seeing the love between everyone else, she is oblivious to the love blooming in her own life. It will take a reset on her aperture to focus on love.

Camera Wars is a sweet contemporary romance and is book two in the Sundaes for Breakfast romance series.

©2017 Crescendo Ink (P)2018 Crescendo Ink

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I loved it!

Chelsea Hale wrote such a wonderful book with great imagery, humor, realistic situations and chemistry. Coco and Peter do not start out on the best foot, as he seems to annoy her. I loved how Coco's roommates for Sundae Breakfast were included in this standalone listen. This book is part of a series, has cameo appearances from the first book, Mr. Write, and is its own original story. Stacey Glemboski performed the book beautifully with her distinguishable voices for various characters. I really enjoyed this clean listen and sweet story. I will definitely listen to more books by this talented author and narrator. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I definitely hope that more of Coco's friends get their story told.

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  • K
  • 07-11-18

Very sweet romance!

I LOVED this book!!! I haven't read the first book in the series yet, so am excited I have another one waiting for me. This was a very sweet romance, a great weekend read! Chelsea Hale had great character development and made you want to root for Peter and Coco too!

I also LOVED Stacey Glemboski's narration of the story. A narrator can make or break an audiobook for me, but Stacey has the perfect voice for this! I plan on searching for future audiobooks narrated by her specifically because she made it such an enjoyable experience for me.

I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Cute, clean fun romance...

Camera Wars, A Sundaes for Breakfast Romance, Book 2 by Chelsea Hale is an easy listen and an cute, entertaining romance. It's super clean with no sex, so anyone that prefers to listen to a clean romance, this would be a great book for you. As a professional photographer, I could completely understand Coco's irritation with Peter in the beginning when he kept getting in her shots and the details of their professions were written and researched well. Anyways, with Coco and Peter forced to work together to capture their friends' wedding, things between them change and feelings grow. Are there any major surprises in the story? Not really, but if you want a fun, easy listen, then this should be a perfect listen for you!

Stacey Glemboski once again does a great job narrating this story and bringing the characters to life. Both her male and female voices were excellent and I'll continue to listen to more stories narrated by her in the future. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher for an honest review.

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A story in pictures!

Camera Wars is a wonderful, feel good story featuring Coco and Peter. I love stories that are featured around weddings, there is a warm and fuzzy feel to the story even when things aren't going as smoothly as expected. Coco and Peter meet as their mutual friends are getting married. Peter is a photographer, Coco a videographer, and though not on the best of terms in the beginning, the two find a rhythm of working together and an attraction that is hard to resist. There is a familiarity and intimacy that these two characters present as they are working together. I loved them together. As the story progresses, I felt frustrated with the lack of communication between Coco and Peter, and had to keep listening to see how things would work out. It's light and easy, perfect for a weekend listen.

I loved Stacey Glemboski's narration, her voice is perfect for these characters. She has a good pace, and the voices she uses are easily distinguishable. She gives all her characters their own personalities and provides a wonderful performance.

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Another win from Chelsea Hale!

I read this book, and fell in love with it all over again listening to the audio version. My only complaint was that it went by too fast. I'm hoping Coco and Peter will be mentioned in the next book in the series. They are the perfect couple!

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Fun, clean & cute romance.

Fun book to take on vacation. Enjoyed the characters and cute story. I love that it is clean so my teenagers can enjoy it also. Great continuation of the last book.

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  • 07-15-18

Nice and sweet

You always know an HEA is a major component in a romance novel, maybe even the most important component. The joy in the listen is how you get there. That was definitely the case with this one. The two main characters were very likable so when they finally get together, birds sang. There was some miscommunication, because romance, but I appreciated that the author kept the angst to a minimum.

The narrator was well-suited to the material so all in all, a delightful listen.

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Beautiful romance

I got this story via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. This is Coco and Peter's story and it is also a continuation of Lisa and Tyler's story. This is another story where loves comes in slowly and they get to know each other as friends before falling in love. The story is very well developed and the narrator brought out all of the emotions involved. This author/narrator combo was a good fit. Coco did not realize her worth but Peter did. He showed her how valuable she was rather than telling her. Her boyfriend of 7 years who was really using her as his crutch lost a good thing but so goes life.

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pretty good

Coco Beaumont takes pictures of everything she can till she meets a guy named Peter Jorgensen who was hired to take pictures of her room mate wedding