First Class Male by Christine Columbus

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    Jenny decided to walk to the Post Office to pick up the package her co-workers claimed was waiting for her. However, when she got there the handsome clerk was unable to find the parcel, but he did find her heart.

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    (10 pages) - sweet

    Excerpt:

    He had a long stride and an athletic build. He had broad shoulders and was agile as he twisted and turned looking into carts and bins. He must have known that he had an audience because with the next package he picked up his movements were all embellished, he looked at the label, shook the box, scrunched up his eyebrows, shook his head and gave me a wink. My heart flipped over. Oh no. This one was way too cute. I couldn't help but return his smile.

    "I don't see it." He had a deep voice that I suspected would sound sensual if he were whispering. "If you like I could continue to look."

    I'd like nothing more than to watch him move, bending over, flexing his muscles, my cheeks flushed. I was beginning to act like my co-workers. I had heard that pets began to resemble their owners and now I was mutating into my co-workers. I was shamelessly gawking at a man.

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Grade 
02/01/2007

Review

Fallen Angel Review:

Jennifer Jones has it all. A good job, graduate degree, she?s even lost twenty pounds recently. But she doesn?t have a boyfriend. It?s not that she?s not attracted to men, she likes walking to the post office by way of the construction site. But why risk getting your heart broken?

Jennifer?s co-workers, Lindsay and Lisa, think it?s time for her to loosen up and find a man. They send her to UPS to get a package. She knows how they operate but goes on her errand in spite of it.

When she arrives there?s no package. Just as she figured, nothing for her, but the view is worth the trip. Tall, dark haired brown-eyed Blake can?t find the package and takes Jennifer?s number in case it

    Grade 
    10/16/2006

    Review

    "First Class Mail" is a cleverly written story which includes work place relationships and romance. It is delightful! Pat Columbus/6th Grade Teacher

      Grade 
      10/16/2006

      Review

      ?First Class Male? A positive story about postal workers. After this read?.the post office will sell more stamps?readers will begin to take more notice of their postal clerks. I thoroughly enjoyed it. You have my stamp of approval.

      Reviewed by Renee Benecke ?married to a Post Office Man?

        Grade 
        10/12/2006

        Review

        Christine Columbus has a strong voice and uses it to tell delightful short stories. In FIRST CLASS MALE, Jenny Jones takes the scenic route to find her true love at the Post Office. Blake is a good-looking hero any woman would enjoy flirting with, but Jenny falls in love with his sweet personality and thoughtfulness. It's a blast cheering these two on.

        Reviewed by Jade Taylor
        Jade Taylor - Harlequin Superromance Author of Wild Cat and the Marine

          Grade 
          10/12/2006

          Review

          Christine Columbus has a strong voice and uses it to tell delightful short stories. In FIRST CLASS MALE, Jenny Jones takes the scenic route to find her true love at the Post Office. Blake is a good-looking hero any woman would enjoy flirting with, but Jenny falls in love with his sweet personality and thoughtfulness. It's a blast cheering these two on.

          Reviewed by Jade Taylor
          Jade Taylor - Harlequin Superromance Author of Wild Cat and the Marine

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