Librarians Going Wild

Nice Girls Don't Bite Their Neighbors by Molly Harper

 

In celebration of librarians, below is a list of romances featuring book crazy babes and the hunky men who love them.

If you enjoy a light romp, try the newest release from Molly Harper, "Nice Girls Don't Bite their Neighbors." This series focuses on a former children's librarian turned vamp, Jane Jameson, and her adjustment to nocturnal living. As she plans her wedding to Gabriel, she must deal with her granny's ghost and acting as guardian of a newbie vampire.

The latest historical romance by Tessa Dare's (who describes herself as a sometime librarian) is now available. In "Week to be Wicked," Minerva Highwood walks and reads at the same time. She proposes a fake engagement to Lord Payne, a man who cannot even remember her name, in order to escape armed robbers and make off with the loot. It's possible they may just find love along the way.

In "What the Librarian Did" by Karina Bliss, she's an academic librarian, he's a former rock n' roller. Can she handle his celebrity status and can he deal with her secret? This Harlequin stands out with the great plot, Australian setting and realistic characters.

"Tempted Again" by Cathie Linz is sure to please those looking for a quick and satisfying read. On her way back home to Hopeful, Ohio, Marissa accidentally hijacks a parade. Add insult to injury, her ex, the sheriff, pulls her over and then has the nerve to not remember her. Connor senses the new children's librarian is someone he will want to check out.


--Joni H., Thornhill

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