Monday, April 14, 2014
Good Girls Do by Cathie Linz
Librarian Julia was thrilled to find normal, placid, picturesque Serenity Falls after a childhood moving around with her new age mother and sister. She loves the quiet of the town. Until her family shows up and the new owner of the town bar arrives. First her family decides to move in whether she wants them to or not. Then Luke, the bar owner, sets his sights on her.
This was much better than the other "librarian" romance I read this weekend. This was a fun, quick read. While not great literature, I did enjoy it. You can tell the author either was a librarian or knew someone and did their research. This book probably had the most realistic descriptions of a librarian's day than any other I've read.