Book Review: First Impressions Series (1-3) by Josephine Myles

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS (First Impressions #1)
Surly artist Jez just can’t help staring at the brightly colored socks of the businessman who sits opposite him on the train every day. He weaves a whole history for the mysterious stranger in a vain attempt to stave off his attraction, but it only ends up feeding his bizarre obsession. Then one hot morning, Jez finally snaps and starts sketching…

I am totally loving this shorty about Jez and Steve!! It’s a very cute story of “love developing at first sight.” I just loved the visual of Steve wearing those quirky socks!!! And Jez’s locks was like OMG-asm!!!!! I’m just totally digging both of them. The story’s lovely, sweet and just too a-dork-able!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Fuzzy (First Impressions #2)

This was like a very short, exceedingly adorable story five months after Jez and Steve got together. Steve unleashes one of his special talents and that is………. KNITTING!!!!! Yay! It’s just too cute!!! I swear this couple should’ve gotten a full on novel!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Last Chance (First Impressions #3)
Jez and Steve’s story is like one of the sweetest shorts I’ve read in a while and I so loved this uber adorable couple. In this third installment, Jez received some bad news from his old home that revealed a painful past he’s been trying to keep from Steve. Dunno why really but Steve’s such a sweet guy…and this one’s making me wish that their story will continue 😉

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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