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The Major and the Librarian

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  4 reviews
For four years Major Sam Griffin had stayed away from Serenity, Texas, gruffly avoiding the fact that he was still heart-achingly in love with the woman who had almost married his brother.

Now home on leave, the devastatingly handsome pilot had to face beautiful Emma Dalton again. And though there was unmistakable yearning in her eyes, Sam could never put down the roots he
Mass Market Paperback, first; Men in Uniform, 248 pages
Published January 15th 1999 by Silhouette Special Edition #1228
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Lenore Kosinski
*sigh* I was bored. It was a lot of in time in the character's heads, and I tend not to enjoy that as much. Makes for a slow moving plot, and especially when they kept thinking the same things.... And it was a bit too much of "I like him/her, but she doesn't like me" over and over by both characters, even after they started getting together. Just didn't have the patience for it. I actually enjoyed the last 40 pages or so, and finally felt like both characters were showing some depth, but it was ...more
Amelia Elizabeth
This book should only be like a 4 star, but because the librarian wasn't a stereotyped character it got that extra star! I really liked the story and the characters were all likable. I really loved that she wasn't the stereotyped stuffy librarian and she had to go through some transformation to get the guy, there were no Dewey jokes, or anything like that. She was a librarian, it was her job, it didn't define her! Nikki Benjamin rocks in my book because of that!
This is my first romance novel, so I wasn't sure what to expect. Because I've never read one, I'm not sure how to rate it either. Wasn't good or bad, but definitely not my cup o' tea.
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Nikki Benjamin was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, but after living in the Houston area for almost 30 years, she considers herself a Texan. She attended Notre Dame High School and graduated from the University of Missouri–Columbia with a degree in secondary education. She worked in the circulation department of the Houston Public Library and as the executive assistant to the president of a ...more
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