STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM AT THE PLAZA
Rating: 4 Cups
The life of a freelance writer can get pretty lonely, and Kellan is realizing just how much he has let the world pass him by.
He just writes about life on his blog, and Jason Patriot settles for nothing less than total honesty.
Making the decision to get back into the dating game is not as easy as it would seem, but Kellan knows the only way to have a real relationship is to get out there. He comes across Jason’s blog during research for his latest article, and feels like this is someone he would really like to meet. Their impromptu date segues into hours of talking, sharing, and totally enjoying each other’s company, but Kellan fears if things go too fast too soon, they could damage what looks to be a wonderful beginning.
Much like the blog Jason writes, this story is creative, honest, and entirely realistic. This just feels exactly what it is like to meet someone new, have that tingle of attraction, and hope those feelings are reciprocated. There is nothing complicated or convoluted about Jason and Kellan, and it only makes you want to know more. I love the simplicity and straightforward approach this story takes, and am as always overjoyed to read anything by Mr. Field.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More