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What the Librarian Did

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  • Posted October 27, 2013

    So very good!  This is a sneaky emotionial read that deals with

    So very good! 

    This is a sneaky emotionial read that deals with heavy topics. You think you are getting a Rocker and the Librarian fluff and instead you get POW the need for self forgiveness in order to find love.  




    Set in New Zealand, we have wonderful carefully drawn characters who are more likely lovers than they first appear. We have the problems with fame for a private person. Each lead is so much themselves that we understand why each is attracted to the love and why it so hard to come together. 




    A wonderful read! It will take the bad taste of all the poorly done Rock Star Romances right your mouth. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2012

    Sweet romance

    After reading some very heavy dramatic romances it was such a treat to read such a cute romance with a very happy ending

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  • Posted April 13, 2010

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    Touching!

    I downloaded this book after reading some raves about it on a message forum. Honestly, I didn't really have too high of hopes for it, but was pleasantly surprised!

    It was way more touching that I expected. I found myself crying both sad & happy tears at various points in the book.

    Very nice romance!

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  • Posted March 1, 2010

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    an enjoyable contemporary romance

    Over seventeen years ago in New Zealand, Steve O'Connell is home from college. He meets his younger sister's weirdo friend Rachel Robinson. They have sex as she is in love

    At the same time in Long Beach, California, Zander Freedman is short a bass player so brings his sixteen years old brother Devin to play guitar with the band at a strip joint. He plays well enough to become a member of Rage. His love is music.

    In the present, Devin is famous for rock, drugs, and sex, but has enrolled as a full time college student at the school where Rachel is the librarian who fails to recognize his name. Her son Mark White, whom she gave up for adoption when she was a teen, hero-worships Devin. Rachel hopes to soon tell Mark who she is even as she falls in love with rock's bad boy who considers her a fossil that he enjoys kissing.

    What the Librarian Did is an enjoyable contemporary romance starring two likable leads and a strong secondary cast especially Mark. Devin is a fascinating protagonist whose attendance at college has stirred the school, but especially the prim and proper librarian with her secret. Fans will enjoy this thirties something romance as the rocker and the librarian write their own loving lyrical duet.

    Harriet Klausner

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