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Friday Fiction: Overnight Cinderella

Overnight Cinderella
Garbera
2001

I usually grab any title that features a librarian so I am ready for our library themed posts for National Library Week. I was going to feature this one, but the librarian part of our heroine’s life was barely there. Evidently, our heroine, Cami, traded in her research librarian cardigan for a more glamorous job in event planning.

I think the author used librarian as a metaphor for virginal and shy. (Come to think of it, I don’t know too many librarians that give off the virginal and shy vibe. But I digress.) Anyway, she meets Duke, the corporate suit in charge of security for Pryce Enterprises. Of course Duke and Cami have to work together due to security issues for a big gala that Pryce was hosting.

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ALB’s Holiday Romance Readers Advisory

Here at ALB we want you to get in the holiday spirit by offering you a few fiction choices. We have a delightful selection of some choices that will definitely combine holiday charm with romance. We have a nice selection of the familiar romantic tropes.

In The Christmas Husband, radio love doctor is facing a lonely Christmas when sad single dad shows up. Santa delivers with an instant family for our poor heroine.

Best of 2019

I am having some trouble recognizing that it is actually the end of 2019.  It feels like yesterday that summer reading finished. Well, here we are at the end of 2019, and I am ready to comment on the best worst books for the year.

This year was tough. After 10 years of postings, this year felt a bit light. However, we did have quite a few that stood out from the pack. Please enjoy the list and if you have any favorites for the year, please share in the comments.

Mary and Holly