A novella length chic-lit romance.Written with a sense of realism using a character who isn't a stunning super model and the complex code of internet dating. Quinn doesn't subject her readers to the usual overly dramatic scenes, which are often found in stories of this genre. It is smooth, with a hint of vanilla and doesn't leave a nasty aftertaste.It is completely irrelevant that the reader knows where Quinn is taking them and that the outcome is as predictable as my fight with a combatant Twinkie. (The Twinkie always gets the short end of the stick.)What matters is how eloquently the road is paved to get to that ending.The story is empathetic, warm and witty. It speaks volumes about the difficulties of meeting a possible love-interest in this day and age.If you are looking for something that will give you a warm fuzzy feeling inside and perhaps even make you smile, then this might just be right up your alley.