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Love is in Focus.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 is builds orphanages in South America. While filming for her roommate Liz, Coco' Love is in Focus.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 is 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 the second book in the Sundaes for Breakfast series.


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Love is in Focus.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 is builds orphanages in South America. While filming for her roommate Liz, Coco' Love is in Focus.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 is 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 the second book in the Sundaes for Breakfast series.

30 review for Camera Wars

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    This is second in a series and events there play a huge role in this one. You probably don't need to read it before this one, but I highly recommend that you do. While the pace and plot of this story are much better than the first, and the characters as good, I was immensely frustrated through much of it. The entire last half of the story is people failing to talk. Worse, it involves strained coincidences and missed opportunities to a ridiculous point. By the end, I felt abused by the author and This is second in a series and events there play a huge role in this one. You probably don't need to read it before this one, but I highly recommend that you do. While the pace and plot of this story are much better than the first, and the characters as good, I was immensely frustrated through much of it. The entire last half of the story is people failing to talk. Worse, it involves strained coincidences and missed opportunities to a ridiculous point. By the end, I felt abused by the author and ready to punch somebody fictional (because they seldom punch back). And the story has an even bigger problem in the form of Coco's existing boyfriend of seven years. He hung around way, way too long and that made me lose respect for Coco. It was never clear what she was getting out of that relationship or why she was still in it and having it hang over our head during the budding relationship with Peter was like trying to make love in the middle of a farting contest in a burrito factory. So yeah. This ekes out two stars for at least putting two people together that belonged together. Oh, and the depiction of their shared interest was very well-done. If this had been an entirely different story with these same two characters, I'd have probably liked it a lot... A note about Chaste: Like the first, this is very, very chaste. There are two whole kisses and very little other touching at all. Which is weird given that Coco is in a seven years-old relationship during much of the story which leads to... A note about Missing Faith: Okay, so the main couple wouldn't be sleeping together, but Coco has been together with Jeffrey for seven years. That they aren't cohabiting is beyond weird, it's practically unnatural. And the few times we see them together are awkward and stilted, possibly because Hale had to bend herself into pretzels not to have any physical intimacy with them at all. And mentioning in passing that the couple from the first book aren't sleeping together in this one because of their "traditional values" was a huge cop-out considering that those values made zero appearance in their story AND because it came from Coco's perspective implied that Coco doesn't share those views herself. This is awful and awkward and I really wish authors of chaste romances would either learn to justify things in line with contemporary values (difficult, but not impossible) or learn to explicate the "traditional values" and make them part of the story so their characters make sense.

  2. 4 out of 5

    B. D. Mann

    I was impressed with the amount of research needed to make both Coco and Peter believable as professional photographers in two separate branches of the profession. The author gets good marks for creating a fun, entertaining reading experience. However, she loses points with me when she resorts to boilerplate romance scenarios. Over and over again, both Coco and Peter make illogical assumptions about the other that only serve to heighten conflict artificially. Although I liked Coco as a heroine, I was impressed with the amount of research needed to make both Coco and Peter believable as professional photographers in two separate branches of the profession. The author gets good marks for creating a fun, entertaining reading experience. However, she loses points with me when she resorts to boilerplate romance scenarios. Over and over again, both Coco and Peter make illogical assumptions about the other that only serve to heighten conflict artificially. Although I liked Coco as a heroine, I was disappointed that she continued to ignore the fact that Jeremy had shown himself to be an inconsiderate and selfish person for the entirety of their seven-year relationship. These boilerplate techniques did not serve Ms. Hale well. Finally, the ending was far too abrupt for my taste. It would have been nice to bask in the joy of a HEA before the concluding paragraph. Nevertheless, readers who enjoy clean, sweet romances should find consolation with the majority of reviewers who seem to disagree with me.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsey

    Very cute story. I really enjoyed it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Candice Allen

    Danger to sleep it's so good Yet again I stayed up late to finish this wonderful story. I adored Coco and Peter's love story. It was a perfect continuation from Liz and Tyler love story as Peter is Tyler's friend and the photographer for their wedding. Coco is Liz's roommate majoring in film. She used Liz and Tyler in one of her projects as they were falling in love. Coco pays for school by being a videographer for weddings and of course she is going to record Liz and Tyler's wedding and everyth Danger to sleep it's so good Yet again I stayed up late to finish this wonderful story. I adored Coco and Peter's love story. It was a perfect continuation from Liz and Tyler love story as Peter is Tyler's friend and the photographer for their wedding. Coco is Liz's roommate majoring in film. She used Liz and Tyler in one of her projects as they were falling in love. Coco pays for school by being a videographer for weddings and of course she is going to record Liz and Tyler's wedding and everything leading up to it. I love the description in this book, you can place yourself right alongside the characters on their adventures. You can tell the author clearly does research to use relevant terms for the characters actions and jobs. The first meeting between Peter and Coco made me laugh and I loved how people just assumed they were a couple right away. There was a natural progression in their feelings and I also enjoyed the juxtaposition between Coco existing relationship with Jeremy, her long time boyfriend. I'm so glad she realized the difference between the two men and her feelings before it was too late. I enjoyed the interactions between Liz and Coco's roommates as they described their dates and love life over sundaes for breakfast. I look forward to seeing each of the other ladies love stories in future books, Mandy and Jenny. Worth the read, good clean romance!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lina

    I am going to be really honest here: There were several parts of the story I didn’t like. One part was the assumption that a lot of the minor characters (such as Peter’s clients or his friend Randy) thought that Coco and Peter were a couple or in Randy’s case, engaged when Coco already had a different boyfriend at that time. That just made me irritated, starting when Peter wouldn’t correct his friend and every instance that it occurred from then on out. Another part I didn’t like was when Peter I am going to be really honest here: There were several parts of the story I didn’t like. One part was the assumption that a lot of the minor characters (such as Peter’s clients or his friend Randy) thought that Coco and Peter were a couple or in Randy’s case, engaged when Coco already had a different boyfriend at that time. That just made me irritated, starting when Peter wouldn’t correct his friend and every instance that it occurred from then on out. Another part I didn’t like was when Peter and Coco were kissing when Coco still had a boyfriend. What the heck. I really don’t like cheating in stories, especially romance stories. Not something I like seeing in stories or in real life. Also not a huge fan of the misunderstandings that occured in the book either. If Peter and Coco had talked through some of things and situations going on, then it would have been a lot better than what actually was happening. Overall, I would rate this 3 stars. Some of the good parts were overshadowed by the parts that were not so good. ————— Disclaimer: I received a free code from Audiobookcrave. All opinions are my own.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    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 intim 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.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine

    Will they click or have to delete a romance... Chelsea Hale kinda had me with the title of this book. What in the world could Camera Wars mean? Well, I found out with this sweet romantic jaunt into the world of photography/videography. While it did take me a little bit to warm up to the characters in this Sundaes For Breakfast Romance, they kinda took turns being jerks to each other, I really did get into the story. And when Coco and Peter had a falling out I just wanted to yell at them “No! No!” Will they click or have to delete a romance... Chelsea Hale kinda had me with the title of this book. What in the world could Camera Wars mean? Well, I found out with this sweet romantic jaunt into the world of photography/videography. While it did take me a little bit to warm up to the characters in this Sundaes For Breakfast Romance, they kinda took turns being jerks to each other, I really did get into the story. And when Coco and Peter had a falling out I just wanted to yell at them “No! No!” However, they, and readers, did have to go through it so the happy ending could turn out just right. It's been a little while since I listened to this audiobook but as far as I remember the narrator was a good match for the story and the audio production had no real issues. I enjoyed listening to Camera Wars and definitely plan on listening to the third audiobook in Chelsea Hale's charming Sundaes For Breakfast Romance series. (I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. All opinions are entirely my own.)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Newman

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What a fun story! the 2nd book in the Sundaes for Breakfast... The story of Coco! I loved Coco and her desire to follow her dreams and her love and devotion to her friends. I have to say I thought that Jeremy dude was just plain stupid and clueless! He never deserved Coco! Peter made me swoon!!! I was so glad that Coco got her happy ending and I can’t wait to hear how the other roommates’ love lives will fair.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    I've enjoyed all 3 of the books I've read or listened to in this series. They all focus on a roommate and they just have so much fun together as well as finding their HEA. This book was well written and the characters are well developed and full of personality. Coco strikes me as a little different at the beginning, but the story moves on well. A sweet, clean read, exactly what I like! I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving this review. I've enjoyed all 3 of the books I've read or listened to in this series. They all focus on a roommate and they just have so much fun together as well as finding their HEA. This book was well written and the characters are well developed and full of personality. Coco strikes me as a little different at the beginning, but the story moves on well. A sweet, clean read, exactly what I like! I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving this review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Teya Teya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another really cute, fast, sweet romance book. I enjoyed this one a bit more than the others. It was more detailed and I didn't get as frustrated. I enjoyed the characters and how they all came together. I'm super glad the her boyfriend of 7 years didn't have an affair or anything he just loved his work more than he did her. I was happy about that fact. Really supper cute. Love is all in the point of view. Another really cute, fast, sweet romance book. I enjoyed this one a bit more than the others. It was more detailed and I didn't get as frustrated. I enjoyed the characters and how they all came together. I'm super glad the her boyfriend of 7 years didn't have an affair or anything he just loved his work more than he did her. I was happy about that fact. Really supper cute. Love is all in the point of view.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ljones

    A great book! I love how this book is a continuation of book 1. It can be read as a standalone but it has more depth if you read the first book in this series. I love Coco and Peter and the chemistry they have. Their timing is off and there are so many miscommunications I wasn't sure how their story would end. A great book! I love how this book is a continuation of book 1. It can be read as a standalone but it has more depth if you read the first book in this series. I love Coco and Peter and the chemistry they have. Their timing is off and there are so many miscommunications I wasn't sure how their story would end.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jazzw

    Camera Wars/Love in Focus - same book, different titles. You know the author did her job when you have to say out loud, "UGH, that guy is so self-absorbed! I can't stand him!" Jeffrey, what a jerk. And Peter, the complete opposite. We love Peter. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and this group of women are who roommates and best friends. Camera Wars/Love in Focus - same book, different titles. You know the author did her job when you have to say out loud, "UGH, that guy is so self-absorbed! I can't stand him!" Jeffrey, what a jerk. And Peter, the complete opposite. We love Peter. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and this group of women are who roommates and best friends.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Crissy Holland

    This is a sweet love story about a budding love while a high school sweethearts relationship who have grown apart comes to an end. they want different things in life but don’t realize it. There is also a lot of misunderstandings to prevent self heart ache. I enjoyed this story and the audiobook narrator.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Love

    Love And Pictures This is a very enjoyable and sweet romance with adorable characters and heartwarming romance and breathtaking moments that will definitely have you laughing and enjoying the characters and the story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Jessen

    Me v. You I'm enjoying this series so much! Great characters, continuing themes of communication, miscommunication, and clarification. These books will wring your heart out and also make you cheer. Me v. You I'm enjoying this series so much! Great characters, continuing themes of communication, miscommunication, and clarification. These books will wring your heart out and also make you cheer.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jeri Smith

    Review of Camera Wars This was a very good book and I will recommend her books to anyone who loves romance novels. She keeps you involved from page one until the end.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lorri

    Coco is the perfect roommate. I love her and want to be her best friend. This is a fun story that is clean and charming with some great twists. A great sequel to Mr. Write.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Martin

    Too abrupt ending Well written but the ending was too abrupt. The author built up with moment the entire book, then it just ends.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Fun book I really enjoyed this book. It was clean and fun. The characters were great. The writing was great and the editing was good. I love HEA.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Great book I loved this book, author and series. I highly recommend this book, author and series. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series...

  21. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    Peter and Coco, both photographers, are asked separately by their best friends to photograph their wedding. Two photographers with different styles of working who are trying to do their best for one wedding equals a recipe for disaster. And it is a disaster initially but as the two try to find a way to work together professionally, they learn from one another, develop a friendship and eventually see that their different strengths make them good together as a couple. There's just one complication Peter and Coco, both photographers, are asked separately by their best friends to photograph their wedding. Two photographers with different styles of working who are trying to do their best for one wedding equals a recipe for disaster. And it is a disaster initially but as the two try to find a way to work together professionally, they learn from one another, develop a friendship and eventually see that their different strengths make them good together as a couple. There's just one complication--Coco has a long distance relationship with someone who has been serving as a missionary and she hasn't seen him for a long time. What to do? This is one of those great stories where the characters and their issues are so real. It's a great read! Highly recommend!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jillian

    This was a fun book. I loved the chemistry with Coco and Peter right from the beginning. That first photo/video shoot was hilarious. I could just see a photographer getting all caught up in the moment and forgetting everyone else. They really made a great team once they firgured out how to work together. I was surprised that Coco took so long to now wrong Jeffery was for her. I felt like it was obvious from the start. But at least it all comes together in the end. It was a good ending. I would h This was a fun book. I loved the chemistry with Coco and Peter right from the beginning. That first photo/video shoot was hilarious. I could just see a photographer getting all caught up in the moment and forgetting everyone else. They really made a great team once they firgured out how to work together. I was surprised that Coco took so long to now wrong Jeffery was for her. I felt like it was obvious from the start. But at least it all comes together in the end. It was a good ending. I would have liked an epilogue but I think as the series continues we will keep seeing bits of their HEA. I’ve read the whole series so far on KU and this one is my favorite.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Connie Porter

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Weston

  25. 4 out of 5

    Chad Albritton

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Williams

  27. 5 out of 5

    Diana

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  30. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Morton

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