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Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer

Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer
*A review copy of this book was viewed from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review*

Some like it hot, and some like it in the reference section  

Sara is having a love affair with books. But, since books can’t make love to you, it means she’s in the middle of a very long dry spell. Until a sexy Brit shows up. Suddenly she’s learning just how stimulating a library can be—up against a bookcase, behind the card catalog, on the circulation desk . . .

Meanwhile, Veronica is incredibly frustrated. 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. But Andrew, her crush, isn’t above using his . . . assets to get Veronica right where he wants her: alone, in a darkened corner of the stacks.

Who knew reading could be this pleasurable?

Part 1:

Sara has been going through a dry spell but that may be over if she can get the courage to speak to the sexy Brit that has been doing research in the library.  Veronica convinces her to approach him in his favorite section and she gets more than she bargained for.

William’s research has been completed for a while but he continues to come to the library in hopes of catching the librarian’s eye.  His requests are varied in hopes that she will ask him about his research but she doesn’t seem to notice him at all.  He’s ready to go back to England but he’s hoping for an opportunity to stick around awhile longer.

Sara doesn’t think she’s good to attract William because she is just a librarian.  She lacks self-confidence to approach him on her own but with the help Veronica she seeks him out in his normal research section.  She never expected him to feel the same way about her.  He caught her off guard that day, neither one of them expected things to get out of hand so quickly.

The sexual chemistry between the two of them was very hot.  The sex scene in the library was hot and steamy and every book lovers dream.  I loved how William wouldn’t let Sara just walk away either, he wanted more from her than just an interlude in the library.

Part 2:

Veronica is trying to finish her thesis but she can’t stop thinking about Andrew.  She is mad at him because she thinks he’s dating her roommate, what she doesn’t know is that he and her roommate have been friends for years.  He was just trying to help her out and she kissed him right when Veronica walked up.

Andrew doesn’t understand why Veronica won’t talk to him but he is determined to find out.  He invades her personal space at the library and gives her something to think about.  When he takes a trip downstairs for some alone time with his favorite art book, he never expected to have an audience.

The sexual tension between these two was evident from the beginning and when they finally get together fireworks can be seen.  The scene with the art book was perfect; Veronica was torn between watching him and stopping him.

Overall I enjoyed both of these stories and give Lust in the Library 3½ Flaming Hearts. 


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