Book: Nate and the New Yorker
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Publication Date: March 18, 2016
Length: 87 Pages (Novella)
Reviewed by Meredith
Cameron has it all. He’s rich, lives in Manhattan, and even has a cross-dressing butler. But then he meets Nate, an Australian who’s bitter about love. Cameron is determined to turn this realist into a dreamer by sharing his world of classy restaurants, Broadway shows and fabulous parties. And while Nate’s friends see the makings of a fantasy romance, it’s Nate who has to learn that in order to open his heart, he has to face a painful secret.
This was a novella with a whole lot of story. I was surprised. Novellas are tricky because they either fall flat or win all the things and this one pretty much won all the things.
Nate is from Sydney Australia and on a vacation with his best friends he meets Cameron who is from New York. They hit it off and Cameron wants Nate to visit him in the Big Apple. That’s the black and white of it.
This is a laid back stubborn guy meets a spoiled rich guy story. But this story grows like a vine. It’s quite masterful how Kevin transitions our opinion of Cameron and Nate through this tiny tale.
The emotional aspect of this book was the winning element for me. Not to mention the terrific ensemble. That is so vital to a story and he really knocked it out of the park there.
This is a story that weaves you in many directions and I really enjoyed every second of it.
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