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‘That’s what love’s really about. We’re all flawed. We’re all messy. We all have baggage. But when someone dives in and happily swims around in our sea of weird, and you want nothing more than to float around in that person’s pool of imperfections – that’s love. And that’s how I felt about him.’

And so it went….We needed more Nicole Archer fabulousness, and dove straight into Field Tripped after finishing the previous Ad Agency books, Road-Tripped and Head-Tripped. Besides the stellar writing, the characters we’ve come to know and love and the warmth and happiness these books bring us, the Ad Agency Series gave us those excited book feelings. You know, the ones where every second you put the book down is a second too long, when all you want to do is shut out the world and immerse yourself in the story.

Field Tripped is a true second chance romance and tells the story of 31 year old, Elliott (Eli) St James, a designer at the Shemura Ad Agency whom we’ve met in previous books, and he’s a character we instantly warmed to and completely lost our minds over him in this book! TALK ABOUT HOT and sweet and witty and…yummmm. Eli is unexpectedly set to match wits with his childhood sweetheart, Charlotte (Charlie) Sullivan, when Shemura, and Charlies rival Ad Agency are pitted against each other in a madcap pitch for a client at a Camp in Colorado. The last thing either of them expected, or wanted was to once again be reunited after their bitter split and shocking heartbreak years earlier.

“I’ve missed you, Elliott…..I’ve missed you forever.”
‘My chest traps my breath. I lower my hand and don’t tell her what I’m thinking. I miss you, too.’

There is so much animosity and unresolved issues between Charlie and Eli who haven’t seen each other since Eli left Colorado for New York ten years previously. A lot of water has passed under the bridge, a lot of bitter resentment is exposed between the two of them, together with a load of misplaced guilt over a past tragedy. One things for sure though, there are a LOT of feelings between the two, both emotionally and physically.

‘That voice. It belongs to the same woman who sliced out my heart ten years ago.’

We bear witness to Charlie and Eli working through their emotions albeit in a very humorous way as only Nicole Archer can. Think of those rom-com movies we all love, how they stay with us, and give us a glow whenever we think about them or discuss them, and that’s how we feel about the Ad Agency series.  They’re a sexy, sweet, swoony funny and fabulous indulgence!

‘I thought he’d be there for me, not matter what. That was back when I believed in love.’

Nicole Archer once again charmed us with all the elements that drew us into the preceding books (each can be read as a standalone but we loved reading them all), yet she created something different for each story, so much so, that even after reading the three books on the trot we never once found anything to be regurgitated or overused. Again, the humour, the steam, the romance…it all flowed so naturally, with the musical aspect bringing a sense of familiarity to the mix.

‘The deadly St James smirk – breaking hearts for decades.’

We loved Field Tripped. We loved Eli and Charlie, their little dogs, the grouchy Burt and the irreverent Skip, in fact ALL the characters, once again entertained and won us over with their unique personalities.

If you love second chances romances, then you’re most definitely going to fall head over heels for Field Tripped. We’re going to miss Charlie and the Bearded Clam. We’re going to be on this Ad Agency ride right through to the end because we are dying for more of these quirky, fun and loving characters!

Synopsis

I was done with games. But playing with her is so much fun.

Ten years ago, I was all set to compete in the winter Olympics. Then I lost everything—my career, my best friend, and my girlfriend.

After that, I stopped playing games for good. I swore never to go back to Colorado. Too many bad memories. Plus, she’s still there.

Now I live a simple life as a creative director at Shimura Advertising in New York. All is good, until my boss cons me and my coworkers into spending two weeks in Colorado at Proton Sports’ sleep-away camp for adults, pitching their business. Turns out Proton’s idea of a pitch is making the agencies battle each other in a bunch of ridiculous winter games.

Guess who owns the rival company? Her. And she’s out to get me.

I might just let her win.

*Field-Tripped is a standalone romance and the third book in the Ad Agency Series.

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