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’s 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 Book 3 in the in the Ad Agency Series and can be read as a standalone. Some characters cross over from books one and two in the series, Road-Tripped and Head-Tripped.
3.5 out of 5 stars
Can be read as a standalone
I think it's the case of the "it's not you, it's me."
Humor: Jokes weren't really my style. Too much swearing. Didn't really enjoy the sex jokes.
Characters: Again... too much swearing. Too much drama. All characters difficult to connect with.
Overall story: A bit unorganized. I had a strong desire to rush to the end.
For me, Field-Tripped didn't have the same flare and quality as the previous books.