Some like it hot and some like it in the reference is having a love affair with books. But, since books can’t make love to you. Lust in the Library – Amelia Fayer “Necking in Nonfiction” features a pairing between Sara and William Hammond, a visiting scholar from Oxford. Read Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer by Amelia Fayer by Amelia Fayer for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.
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She hasn’t had a boyfriend in a while, but has be Originally posted at: I laughed out loud several times during this novella. I felt like I could believe in their relationship and their HEA. Sara Owens is the youngest assistant head librarian of special collections at the university library; she’s only in her mid-twenties.
Ratings and Reviews 0 3 star ratings 0 reviews. I found none of this sexy or erotic. The sex was well-written, but it would have been even better if we could have spent time with them both before and after. At one point in the first story, before the first encounter, I forgot whether Sarah or Veronica is supposed to be the heroine of this story. Sara is having a love affair with books. Not book lust, although there certainly is a lot of that.
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Aug 28, Codi Gary rated it really liked it Shelves: While Sara and her new man are using the library as their personal adult playground, she’s stuck with only her thesis and her sexual fantasies. She put the kibosh on William several times and it got tiring especially since they had only 50 pages to get it on.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I don’t really want to see blank pages and dedications, I want to know what the story is like Mar 25, Habrewer rated it liked it.
Lust in the Library: An Erotic Novella by Amelia Fayer
Who knew reading could be this pleasurable? Do they have many of those in the USA? For anyone who has read many erotic romances, the development of the sex is fairly straightforward.
Actually really liked this super quick read.
Lust in the Library: An Erotic Novella – Amelia Fayer – Google Books
This is definitely a hot read for those of you who like some spice in your books. An academic library with six floors pust more? The Billionaire’s Beck and Call. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Wait, that could still be book lust. Until a sexy Brit shows up. We are supposed to believe that Sara and William have been lusting after each other from afar yet neither one has been willing to make the first move.
Portrait of a Gentleman Historical Regency Romance. Meanwhile This novella consists of two linked stories that take place in an academic library. While Sara and her new man are using the library as their personal adult playground, she’s stuck with only her thesis and her sexual fantasies.
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When her assistant, Veronica, points I don’t think I’ll ever look at a library quite the same way again. Meanwhile Veronica, who hopes to go on to library school, is having her own relationship issues. That is a lot of hard work and dedication!!! I didn’t think Andrew’s behavior had been appropriate, and so when he got high and mighty about it, that was just dumb. Milking and Spanking Ms Goodbody.
The second story is Veronica, who gets Andrew. I liked the stories, the second one the best. I loved the librarian part of the story. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Where does one even find a tweed jacket these days? Not in this story!!! But ameliq, neither novella rocked my boat and I was rather bored while reading them.
The only person I know who wears or even owns a tweed jacket is a septuagenarian. A harmless romp you can easily find on Literotica. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e aamelia. I laughed out loud several times during this novella. The title should be at least 4 characters long.
Working in a library, I just knew I could iin miss this book to read and especially when I was in the mood for something nice and quick to read.
I still liked it though.
REVIEW: Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer
I felt like they were more immature about things that initially went wrong and I wasn’t convinced there would be anything lasting. I meant good old-fashioned hanky-panky in the stacks. Twice is Not Enough.