The Major and the Librarian
Shy librarian Emma Dalton craves stability in her life. Can she make it work with the handsome Major Sam Griffin? I gotta tell you I am a sucker for a romance featuring any librarian. We post a lot here and my favorites tend to be the more aggressive of our species, not the “shy” stereotype. (To be honest, I don’t know too many “shy” types in public library service since that kind of personality type would probably kill you on the job. Being shy won’t settle down a bunch of teens, break up fights or handle your average crazy person.)
When when we got our hands on this book, I read some of the comments on Amazon and my particular favorite quote is here for your enjoyment.
“The Major is obviously an embodiment of the modern industrial military complex, who has a few complexes of his own. The Librarian represents the faltering non-profit co-operative forces of the modern world — forces which are feeling unloved and unsupported but continue to give and give and hate themselves for secretly wishing for capital and attention to come and sweep their troubles away.”