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Too Hot to Print

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  85 ratings  ·  7 reviews
How much sex is too much sex?That's what librarian Gabrielle Pope is wondering. Thanks to a chance encounter with sexy-as-sin Henry Wells, she's indulging in sensual acts she's never even dreamed of. And she's loving every minute of it...Unfortunately, Henry's not a local--he's only in town on a seven day business trip. So Gabrielle has to decide--does she go back to searc ...more
ebook, 58 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Harlequin Blaze (first published December 15th 2009)
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Ugh. Bad librarian stereotype, check. Paper book fetish, check. Is there a good librarian-as-heroine romance novel out there or are they all shy cat ladies?
It wasn't that I didn't like this story, so much as I found it lacking. To be fair, I didn't realise when I started reading it that it was a novella; something I couldn't have missed if I'd read the writing on the cover rather than looking at the picture only (whoops!). The writing itself wasn't bad, but there was no character development, nor indeed any real intimate connection other than the physical.
A very quick read. it was decent for what it was. A librarian meets a stranger on the train, they have an affair. I prefer stories a little longer than this with more depth. I read the previous stories of the red tote book club, so it was nice to see one of the others take her turn though.
Cristal Ryder
I wish the story wasn't so rushed so I could get to know the dynamics of the characters a little more.
Rachel Maloney
This was definitely a short story. Rather eh...too short to feel strongly about it either way.
Too rushed for my full enjoyment and the length suprised me.
Really Quick Read... Okay... that's all I've got.
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