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A Silent Song 3. Camp Refuge

   (6 reviews)
Genres: Romance
Sub-genres: General Romance

A man named Bailey finds himself at the campground. He's quiet, keeps to himself, yet for some reason draws the eye of Harlan.

There are a few other new faces as well. Come back to camp. There's a a cabin waiting for you.

This is the third part of the Camp Refuge saga (Sorta, if we're counting Guarded).

Copyright © 2020 Wayne Gray; All Rights Reserved.

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  • Action Packed 7
  • Addictive/Pacing 18
  • Characters 27
  • Cliffhanger 5
  • Smoldering 12
  • Tearjerker 16
  • Unique 14
  • World Building 13

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Table of Contents
  • 1. Crowded Solitude
    • 4,772 Words
    • 3,310 Views
    • 36 Comments
  • 2. A Torrent
    • 4,005 Words
    • 2,630 Views
    • 40 Comments
  • 3. A Treasure Lost
    • 4,615 Words
    • 2,579 Views
    • 29 Comments
  • 4. The Word of Man
    • 4,465 Words
    • 2,616 Views
    • 34 Comments
  • 5. Hope
    • 4,209 Words
    • 2,582 Views
    • 28 Comments
  • 6. The Devil
    • 1,021 Words
    • 2,430 Views
    • 47 Comments
  • 7. Speaking
    • 4,479 Words
    • 2,651 Views
    • 47 Comments
  • 8. Growth
    • 4,201 Words
    • 2,433 Views
    • 40 Comments
  • 9. Connection
    • 4,610 Words
    • 2,515 Views
    • 33 Comments
  • 10. Worthy
    • 4,682 Words
    • 2,406 Views
    • 23 Comments
  • 11. Trust
    • 3,808 Words
    • 2,893 Views
    • 56 Comments
  • 12. Thanksgiving
    • 3,972 Words
    • 2,408 Views
    • 33 Comments
  • 13. Sacrifice
    • 4,277 Words
    • 2,522 Views
    • 43 Comments
  • 14. Family
    • 1,426 Words
    • 2,787 Views
    • 64 Comments

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Just now, chris191070 said:

Yeah, a new Camp Refuge story. I'm so looking forward to reading this.

Thanks, chris. I hope you enjoy it.

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2 minutes ago, KellyONE said:

This is one of my favorites.  

Awesome to hear, KellyONE. 🙂

I really can't wait until we dive a little deeper. It's gonna be a fun ride, I think.

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Yesssssss...pandemic relief is here!!!:thankyou: Heading over to the camp, right now...😷 Stay safe everyone!!!:heart:

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23 minutes ago, Onim said:

Yesssssss...pandemic relief is here!!!:thankyou: Heading over to the camp, right now...😷 Stay safe everyone!!!:heart:

Enjoy, Onim. 🙂

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9 minutes ago, pvtguy said:

A most engaging story on its own and part of the Camp Refuge series. 

I'm happy you're along for the ride, Tony!

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Wayne 

old friends are back. i so look forward to this story.

so as that i have read this from before please let there be 1 more chapter. i always thought this story ended just a little short. 

Wayne as always a great story.

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8 minutes ago, rickproehl said:

Wayne 

old friends are back. i so look forward to this story.

so as that i have read this from before please let there be 1 more chapter. i always thought this story ended just a little short. 

Wayne as always a great story.

Yep. I wrote an extra chapter already to finish things off. 🙂

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Wayne, I’ll never tire of reading more Camp Refuge episodes. The characters, young and older, are all so well drawn. The emotional highs and lows are very real to me. You’ve made me laugh and cry. Great work! Everyone should read this series. All the best, Jack.

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4 minutes ago, Jack Renny said:

Wayne, I’ll never tire of reading more Camp Refuge episodes. The characters, young and older, are all so well drawn. The emotional highs and lows are very real to me. You’ve made me laugh and cry. Great work! Everyone should read this series. All the best, Jack.

Thanks, Jack. I try to keep things real, because that’s the only way I feel characters are relatable. I’m glad that comes through!

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