Post Office Passion:
Jack McGonagall was a lifer in the US Postal Service - he had the ugly shorts and the indifferent attitude to prove it. Only one thing could shake him out of his government-job-induced apathy: the sight of Melina Sabatini trying to tape herself into a box in the post office lobby.
Melina has only one goal: to mail herself to Tahiti where she can get away from her overly-dramatic ex, who was also an actor whose usual gigs involved recording the "before" sections of infomercials, where he demonstrated difficulty performing even basic tasks without the help of a miracle product. Melina's dream is to settle down somewhere quiet, boring, and without any excessive passion whatsoever.
When Jack hijacks Melina's package (with herself in it) and redirects her to his front porch in Gary, Indiana, though, Melina finds she has a lot to learn about being boring. And Jack has a lot to learn about how to pick up women. Find out whether their mild interest in each other survives, in . . . Post Office Passion!
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