- File Size: 465 KB
- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M0RE7CS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #364,963 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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S.E. Hall is on my list of "I will read anything she writes" authors and I have definitely enjoyed Angela's books before as well. However, novellas make me nervous because I'm not always a fan. You don't get the same character or story development which means an author doesn't have much time to hook you, keep your interest and then satisfy you with the ending.
I am very happy to give this novella 5 stars. I was immediately drawn in by the storyline...a shy and somewhat lonely administrative assistant starts receiving letters at work from a mysterious stranger. The longer they go on, the steamier they get.
Amelia alternates between being turned on and being creeped out by her 'stalker' but as he gets more bold, she can't deny the sparks that fly when they finally meet. The problem: she still doesn't know who he is. He's determined to keep his identity a secret and after a few super steamy encounters, Amelia feels used and unwanted.
Of course there is always another side to the story so her stranger gets a chance to make amends and come clean on his identity. Amelia then has to decide whether she can forgive his behavior and trust him enough to build a relationship.
As with all novellas, we don't even know a ton about Amelia or the man in question but we get enough to enjoy them and their story. The writing style is great and in my opinion better than the last novella from Angela and S.E. The dialogue and thoughts are peppered with witty comments. The sex is hot and while there is quite a bit of it, there is a storyline here as well.
Packaged is a good length for a novella and an excellent light read. I believe we meet the guy who will star in 'Handled', the upcoming release from these two authors and if I'm right, we're in for another fun ride. The characters from Stirred Up even make a brief appearance here though the stories are completely unrelated. *You do not have to read Stirred Up before Packaged.
Another great book from these two wonderful authors.
Amelia has a secret admirer (debatable stalker), who has been leaving her explicit and suggestive notes at work. When she leaves him a response threatening to call the police and have security cameras installed, he starts texting her instead. As they continue texting, Amelia falls for the idea of this man and looks forward to their daily conversations. Although he tells her to call him Elliot, she wonders who this sexy stranger is that wants to do all these naughty things to her. Throw in a Halloween costume party with a little encounter in a supply closet and Amelia discovers her Phantom really is hot. But who is Elliot really and when will Amelia find out his true identity? What happens when she learns who he is?
This book will have you guessing right along side Amelia as to who the mystery man is. It's a fun, quick, hot read and I look forward to more from this talented team.
As quiet, reserved Amelia is trying to go about her busy but rather boring work day she begins to receive these intriguing yet mysterious letters. They start off short and sweet and then pick up in both length and steam and get sexier and creepier? Hmmmm...Amelia can't decide and we are left guessing right alongside her. Who is this mystery admirer?
As he ups the ante and texts start coming in and all of Amelia's senses are heightened, I was right there with her. I sat there reading and fervently wishing I had some mysterious stranger sending me hot and sexy messages that could make me lose myself completely with just some texts. And then pulling back and wondering just how freaked I would be if that really happened! Will they meet? Will Amelia discover who her mystery man is?
Angela Graham and S.E. Hall sure got this right when they labeled it an Erotic Quickie. Packaged was a wonderful Quick read. It has a definite storyline but it most certainly is Erotic and well done at that! I highly recommend this read. It will keep you entertained, in every sense of the word, from the moment you open it up until you swipe that last page.
I received a complimentary copy of Packaged.
Well well well. Angela and Steph have done it AGAIN. These bitches are amazing. Seriously. Together they are the Batman and Robin of writing. The dynamic duo for sure. Stirred Up was AMAZING and hot. But Packaged was even hotter and had even more twists and turns and surprises around every corner. It was hot and intriguing from the start. Amelia is getting these love/stalker notes and she starts to reply and then she realizes maybe he isn't all that bad. And then she finally comes face to face with her sinfully sexy stalker. Will he be everything she hoped for and more? can they actually have a shot at a relationship or will certain aspects be too much to over come?
It was pure brilliance from the start and I loved every single second of this book. I commend these lovely ladies. I truly hope they never strop writing together.
"Forgive me, Amelia. I believed if body won, no one would get hurt. But you have my mind completely.