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The Temptation Of Rory Monahan (Marigold, Indiana #3)

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He was a man of books, alright, but Rory Monahan had no explanation for his new reaction to lovely librarian Miriam Thornbury. Something was suddenly different about her. He'd never noticed that her legs were so long...or her lips quite so full.

Why, it was almost as if the sultry but sensible Miss Thornbury was trying to seduce him!

Well, two could play at this game. After
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Paperback, Silhouette Desire #1363, 185 pages
Published May 5th 2001 by Silhouette Books (first published May 1st 2001)
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willaful
Oh my God, this was so twee. Internal monologue after internal monologue, all in the cutsiest, meandering style. I was also very disappointed that the initial conflict that interested me -- the librarian heroine is being forced to censor library material by the prudish mayor -- was dropped without a word, just a suggestion that the Mayor is going to find twu wuv later in the series, which presumably will loosen her up and fix everything. Would only give it 1 star, except you have to love a libra ...more
J-ellist
The story was good. Yes there were lots of internal monologues and at some point the girl seemed like she was too desperated to get the man.

But, the characters were lovable and Rory, being a professor was quite the nerd.

Extract from chapter VI

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