Looking for a quick sexy read ? Something to browse between the stacks ?
Review: Lust in the Library - Amelia Fayer- February 2012
Working in a library, I just knew I could not miss this book to read and especially when I was in the mood for something nice and quick to read. At only 50+ pages , Lust in the Library is a fast-paced and sex-filled or should I say more lust-filled novella. Written by Amelia Fayer, Lust in the Library takes us into the heart of what seems like either a Public or University Library and we are introduced to the librarians on duty. Sara who is an archives librarian and we discover the youngest ever ( a bit like me and my children's librarian position) and her library assistant Veronica. Lust in the Library is split into two tales , the first is set in the Non-Fiction area and we are introduced to Sara and William- William is a Brit who has been conducting Academic research but he has another reason to use this library, he fancies Sara. Can the two meet between the Non-Fiction and finally get it on ? All will Sara need a bit more cohering - a push and a shove by Veronica ?
The second tale is more make-up sex rather than undiscovered sex and this time takes place between the Fiction shelves - maybe under "S" as we meet Veronica who is annoyed at her boyfriend Andrew as he kissed another girl. Can Andrew persuade Veronica to have a little fin at work in between the stacks ? Is it quiet enough for her to sneak off and to quote Cyndi Lauper's song "Girls just wanna have fun".
Lust in the Library is a must-read personally for all those librarians who ever wonder or dream of what it might be like to ACTUALLY have sex between the stacks or at least hook up near the books :P.