Drew in Blue was an amazing story. I really loved it. Drew is a great guy with good intentions; it just doesn't work out for him always. His son means so much to him and so does his best friend. Family is everything though he is never sure how to deal with it. He grew up in foster homes and so he never really had a family, except for Kris. Kris loves Drew and the friendship that they have and she doesn't want to ruin it. Drew wants a mother for his son and so he begins dating Val. But Val is not right for him or his son. His true love has been staring him in the face for years and years. It took his son coming into his life and coming to terms with his mom's death for him to realize it. This story is very emotional and heartwarming. I did not want the story to end; I wanted to continue to follow the characters that I grew attached to. I wish that there had been more of Drew and Kris in their dating relationship but the story had a happy ending that I really enjoyed. I definitely recommend this book.
Drew Doyle’s done a lot of stupid things in his life, but the biggest mistake by far was not paying attention to that 2% failure rate listed on the back of the condom box.
Drew in Blue is the story of a thirty-six year old loner unexpectedly saddled with the task of raising a baby while trying to sort out his mess of a life. Problem is, he just keeps making things worse for himself. It’s a running theme in Drew’s life, considering he never does anything the easy way. The River’s View, Pennsylvania gossip mill is watching each misstep as Drew juggles a price-gouging babysitter, a major case of artist’s block, and a best friend with an opinion to share on every bungled choice he makes.
His love life isn’t faring much better. Despite a long history of relationships that never really get off the ground, he falls head over heels for someone new, hoping that she might be the one to end his romantic bad luck streak. Things finally start looking up for Drew, until he finds out (the hard way, naturally) that this new love interest isn’t the one for him after all. Turns out, it’s actually lifelong pal, and high school girlfriend, Kristina Moser.
Drew’s feelings for Kris intensify as he witnesses her growing bond with his son, and he finally realizes where he belongs. Now all he has to do is convince Kris he’s right… and she’s just not buying it.