Cooper Reed has a fairly relaxed life for someone who lives in LA. He’s no celebrity—just the guy who makes sundaes at the Dreamy Creamery, and that’s the way he likes it. The highlight of every week is the beautiful guy who turns up and orders a sundae with rainbow sprinkles. Cooper still isn’t sure if that’s a code, because he has a huge crush and the hot guy is terrible at flirting.
Drew Tanner, it turns out, is an original California dreamer. He’s as wholesome as apple pie and twice as sweet, a real-life Disney Prince at Disneyland. But while Drew’s head is in the clouds, Cooper’s feet are firmly on the ground, and their different outlooks might be more than their new relationship can take.
This was such an adorable book, I liked it so much. The cover made a great job showing the overall feeling of the book. Recommend it to anyone looking for sweet and free of angst stories.
Both main characters were so sweet, they might be a little too perfect for what I generally like, but it was uplifting to have such nice characters. It is very low in angst, which might be prefer for most readers or for someone looking for a light reading.
The plot was nice, but I think the magic here were Cooper and Drew, they were such a perfect match. It was great to see them together. The secondary characters were also very interesting, mostly Alana who, among them, have the most scenes.
This was the second book I’d read from the author, but for what I got so far, I will keep my eyes on her, both books have been very good ones.