Title: Delivery Girl
Series: Minnesota Ice 01
Author: Lily Kate
Release Date: 20 January 2017
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Source: Amazon Kindle AU
Rating: 5/5 stars
Good things come in extra-large, smoking hot packages.
Things like pizza.
The very pizzas that I deliver for my dad’s restaurant, Peretti’s Pizza. It’s a temporary job, something to pay the bills until I graduate from school, but it does the trick. In fact, it’s working quite well until Ryan Pierce of the LA Lightning decides to order a pizza from me, and life as I know it turns upside down.
You see, Ryan Pierce doesn’t just open his front door. He opens it buck naked. And suddenly, I’m not the one boasting the biggest, hottest package in the room. However, it’s what happens next that makes my stomach flip upside down whenever my phone beeps. Ryan starts to call, and then text, and then fifteen pizza deliveries and one hot-as-sin kiss later, we’re friends.
So when he asks me to be his fake girlfriend at his brother’s wedding, I’m happy to help. But the longer we pretend, the more I worry that this is one package I might not be able to handle.
Delivery Girl is Lily Kate’s Debut novel and first book in her Minnesota Ice series. Let me just start off by saying I really enjoyed this book, a lot more than I thought I would. This book came up on my Facebook news feed, one of those sponsored Amazon ads, the books that come up there can unfortunately be pretty terrible sometimes.
This book was really funny, Andi was just hilarious and a bit awkward but not in that annoying way that makes you feel awkward/embarrassed for them. Ryan was a great character as well, funny and obviously completely in love with Andi. I really enjoyed the progression of their relationship, I felt like it was a bit more realistic than some romances where people go from being strangers and then three days later they are completely in love and getting married.
There were quite a few times where I did actually laugh out loud, which for me is pretty rare. I thought this book was well written. This was a really great ‘light’ – the type of book where you don’t have to really concentrate on all the details, you can just enjoy it – read and I would highly recommend it, in fact I have recommended it already to friends.