Packing Heat

Packing Heat

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He has a special delivery…

“Day delivers a lively romance.”—RT Book Reviews

Nothing invigorates the five Carter brothers more than an honest day’s work—and the right woman to come home to at night…


Douglas Carter never expected the summer job he took at the post office ten years ago to become his career. But now, at twenty-eight, he has zero regrets. He’s happy to have a regular paycheck, good friends, and a sweet plan for retiring early. If only his cute but oh-so-uptight new coworker felt as content as he does…

Janice Baker only works at the post office out of necessity. Her real dream is to become a singer. At thirty, she may be considered over the hill in the entertainment industry, but that just gives her a sense of urgency—and a resolve to date only men of means and ambition. Douglas is obviously not a candidate, despite his good looks. Yet as work forces them to get closer, they discover there’s far more to each other than meets the eye—and that two actually work better than one—on and off the job…

“Sexy, hot deliciousness…this power couple light up the page like a 100-megawatt bulb.”—USAToday.com on Bad Boy Seduction

Baker & Taylor
Content with his steady paycheck, post office employee Douglas Carter must convince his new co-worker Janice Baker, who aspires to become a singer, that despite his seeming lack of means and ambition, there is far more to him than meets the eye—and that he is the perfect man for her. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

When postal employees Douglas and Janice start working together, sparks begin to fly despite Janice's insistence on only dating well-to-do men in order to advance her aspirations of being a singer.


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booklady1_0 Mar 11, 2016

I love reading her books. It's all about family and love ones...and Z D gives me all that and more!

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tinamarie23
Mar 09, 2016

Another score for Zuri Day. Can't wait to read about the next Carter brother in this series. I like that she is writing about regular men. The brotha doesn't have to always be rich to be interesting. Way to go Zuri!

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