In this romantic comedy, thirty-one year old Kirsty Kennedy works as a psychologist in a small three woman office in Ballard. Her co-worker, Lara Cox, decides it’s time for both of them to find a partner to share the Christmas holiday with. Lara drags Kirsty kicking and screaming to a speed dating event in trendy Belltown.
Though her attitude was cantankerous, Kirsty manages to meet two men; Jake Benson, the twenty-seven year old, grunge-loving, espresso cart owner, and forty-six year old Microsoft executive, Michael Caffrey.
Both men are instantly enamored with Kirsty, yet she’s not convinced she has found Mr. Right.
When a soldier from the war in Iraq walks through her office door, even though the idea of dating a client is taboo, Kirsty spends her days and nights fantasizing about the handsome Robbie Mitchell.
Robbie suffers from post traumatic stress syndrome after a terrible incident he experienced while on active duty.
Juggling two men she doesn’t care for and a fantasy man she cannot have in between her hectic job and being on her own, Kirsty barely manages to keep sane. The one thing Kristy is sure of is her love-life is ‘Nothing Like Romance’.