Fuzzy (First Impressions #2) by Josephine Myles


Title: Fuzzy (First Impressions #2)
Author: Josephine Myles
Publisher: Free Download From Author
Pages: 8
Characters: Steve Carter, Jez Smith
POV: 1st Person
Sub-Genre: Contemporary Romance
Kisses: 5




Blurb:

When sofas attack!

When Jez gets home early and discovers his incapacitated lover hiding something under the sofa cushions, he expects it to be porn, but what Steve’s really hiding is something both embarrassing and strangely sensuous!

Review:

If you’ve read and loved First Impressions, the short story that introduced readers to moody artist Jez Smith and buttoned-up editorial assistant Steve Carter, then you already know how the two men progressed from strangers to lovers.

Told from Jez’s point of view, he and Steve captured my attention—as well as my unwavering affection—in a story that highlighted how very mistaken we can be when making hasty judgments based solely upon appearances. Jez labored under some very misguided perceptions of the man who sat across from him on the train each day, a man who appeared to be little more than a work-a-holic cog in the white collar machine. It took a heaping helping of curiosity, mixed with a good dose of courage for Jez to take a chance on Steve, and the gamble paid off brilliantly for both of them.

Living together now, Jez continues to learn more each day about the man who stole his heart: Steve’s generosity and kindness, his seemingly effortless ability to wrap his surly lover around his little finger, but most of all, Jez learns his lover is a man of unexpected talents—talents that prove to be ever so pleasurable for both men.

This little snippet is such a sweet and sexy addition to the First Impressions series. Fuzzy adds just a touch more insight into the dynamic between these men who are truly opposites in appearance, in personality, but, in the end, are entirely compatible in the only way that counts—in their love for each other.

Reviewed By: Lisa

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