Dangerous Fabio and Staub 1996 Submitter: Remember Fabio? The supposed epitome of male beauty? (Yeah, I remember him too and from my male perspective, definitely not the epitome of male beauty, that would be me! (yeah right!) 🙂 The story seems
Marriage is Possible Widdemer 1936 Submitter: Widdemer actually won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry (when it was known as Columbia University Prize) back in 1919 alongside Carl Sandburg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Widdemer That being said, this book is 1930’s “chick lit” tripe. No surprise
Duck Shack Agreement
Submitter: My husband has the unfortunate habit of dragging home insane books that he gets for free from the library (basically they’ve been “weeded”). Now we finally have a use for them. This is one of our favorites: “The Duck Shack Agreement”. The Ballooney Tunes sweatshirt refers to her booming balloon delivery service.
Holly: What a bizarre title for a romance novel. Makes you want to light some candles and read, doesn’t it?
The Librarian’s Passionate Knight Gerard 2003 It is still the 16th, so I think I need to make one more post for National Library Week. Call it a bonus post! I totally dig these romance titles! Of course I had
The Librarian’s Secret Wish Grace 2000 I didn’t realize that as a profession we are more prone to secrets than the rest of the working world. From yesterday’s secret scandal to today’s secret wish. As we read on the inside
The Librarian’s Secret Scandal 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
What the Librarian Did 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
Romance Writers’ Phrase Book Kent and Shelton 1984 What a hoot! What do you do when you’ve used the word “manhood” too many times in your romance writing? You turn to the Romance Writers’ Phrase Book, of course! Pour yourself