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The Librarian’s Secret Scandal

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Morey
2010

Bad girl turns responsible librarian! Lily is flirting with danger and now Sheriff Wes Colton is getting involved. Gossip is everywhere. Just so you know, I just purchased (at retail!) this myself and will donate it to the library after I am done savoring all the good parts. I wish the cover art had more “library” to it, but at least our heroine on the cover is not wearing glasses or has her hair in a bun. I love the description of “earthy beauty.”

Hope all you bad girl librarians run out and request a copy asap!

Mary

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Naughty Librarian

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Bliss
2010

My oh my! I am dying to know what the librarian “did”!  What shame is she hiding?  Extending computer time to rogue patrons? Did she forget a subfield delimiter? Bun too tight? I am sure the crimes are horrible, like that awful blouse she is wearing.  Good thing that Bad Boy Devin is there “checking her out”.  Good thing for Rachel, after a hard day answering reference questions, un-jamming printers, tossing out crazies, and removing God-knows-what from the book drop, she is probably ready for some hot steamy romance.

Enjoy!

Mary

 

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Romance in the Stacks

Jinny Williams Library Assistant

 

Jinny Williams Library Assistant
Temkin and Hovell
1967

Can our young modern girl find love in her local library?  Our girl Jinny moves through the stacks looking for love in all the wrong places. Maybe it will be the cute guy downloading inappropriate material from the Internet. Maybe it will be that ultra sexy new librarian who keeps “checking her out.” Maybe she will get a couple of cats and head off to library school and get her MLS.  Grab this page turner and find out!

Mary