Monday, January 19, 2015

Book Review: First Class Package, by Jay Northcote

From the blurb:

A geeky science writer has a crush on his postman—but will he ever make a move? Working from home suits introvert Jim until he gets a special delivery—an extremely cute, temporary postman called Patrick. Jim’s drawn to his wide smile and sexy legs, while Patrick can’t keep his eyes off Jim’s package. Their doorstep attraction seems mutual, so asking Patrick out on a date should be easy. There’s just one problem—Jim could fit all the pick-up lines he knows on the back of a postage stamp. As Christmas approaches, Jim knows the end of Patrick’s postal-delivery contract is looming. Taking a chance might be worth it if it keeps Patrick coming to his door.


AnnaLund's rating:




Yeah. This was so much fun it was almost silly.
Full of the holiday spirit, and so well written—this novella was cute, and quirky, and sweet, all in one.

Geeks and shorts-wearing Christmas-postmen.
Yumm.

Just as I’ve come to expect of Jay Northcote.

21 pages of fun. Go get it.

***

I was given a free ARC copy of this book from the author, and a positive review wasn’t promised in return—but it is free to download at All Romance eBooks and Smashwords and in most Amazon regions, so there is no excuse not to read it.




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