Thursday, December 24, 2015

HAPPY #HunkyDays! CUPID #Review by Lucy Felthouse @cw1985 @EvernightPub

DAY ELEVEN...Happy Hunky-Days!

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Cupid by Lucy Felthouse is a quick flirty Christmas story that's part of a set of novellas focused
on Santa's reindeer who are shifters with normal lives 364 days of the year. I read Cupid during a day of baking cookies and listening to holiday tunes. It was the perfect addition to my day.

As a postman by day, and one of Santa’s reindeer on a single very special night, Cassius Cupid eats, sleeps, and breathes deliveries. He doesn’t mind, but sometimes wishes that someone would send him something more exciting than bills and junk mail.

One cold January morning, Cassius gets his wish. A young woman arrives with a parcel. Turns out it’s for his housemate—but Cassius doesn’t care. All he’s interested in is Carina – the beautiful female courier.
Has Cupid finally met his match?

RATING: 4 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.
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