Title: Personal Delivery
Author: Ainsley Booth
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Where I got it: Free on Amazon
I recognize the sound of his truck turning off in front of my building.
Not only do I recognize it, but my pulse picks up and I get all hot and bothered. Then I hear the low growl cutting out, followed by the clank of metal as he pulls up the back door to grab my package….
Grab my package?
That sounds so dirty.
Which is probably appropriate given some of the fantasies I’ve had about him.
My obsession with the new, mysterious delivery driver is crazy. Intense. Distracting.
The last thing I need is to be crushing on a six-foot-something distraction with a dirty grin.
But my friends have other plans.
I finally had a break in between ARC’s, and this book has been on my kindle for a while now, so I thought I’d give it a try.
I was instantly sucked into this story and got so lost in it. Jake Aston is a billionaire and his company just purchased SwiftEx (think FedEx) and it’s a mess. Jake decides to pull an “undercover boss” to see where the issues lie. While making deliveries, he meets Jana, who works from home full time as a greeting card designer. Jake and Jana are instantly attracted to each other, and Jake starts making multiple deliveries to Jana, thanks to her friends.
Turns out that Jake is not a delivery guy but a billionaire. When Jana finds out, she doesn’t go running. She accepts it. There was zero drama in this book, which was surprisingly refreshing. It was just a story about two people who meet and fall and love. There is one problem – Jana lives in Baltimore and Jake lives in New York.
Jana’s friends were very funny, and the banter between Jake and Jana was great. Steamy sex scenes as well.
Overall, this was a fun read (I read this in one day) and I would recommend it.