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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer. Lust in the Libdary Some like it hot, and some like it in the reference ilbrary. Sara is having a love affair with books. But, since books can’t make love to you, it means she’s in the middle of a very long dry spell. Until a sexy Brit shows up.

Suddenly she’s learning just how stimulating a library can be–up against a bookcase, behind the card catalog, on the circulation desk. Meanwhile, Some like it hot, and some like it in the reference section.

Meanwhile, Veronica is incredibly frustrated. While Sara and her new man are using the library as their personal adult playground, she’s stuck with only her thesis and her sexual fantasies. But Andrew, her crush, isn’t above using his. Who knew reading luat be this pleasurable?

REVIEW: Lust in the Library by Amelia Fayer

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 16, Marq ReadingRomanceinColor rated it did not like it.

Lust in the Library is broken up into two novellas, each novella being 50 pages. I had so much hope for this novella. I loved the premise of thee sexy goings on taking place in the library and I loved that the hero in the fwyer is amelai British professor.

But alas, neither novella rocked my boat and I was rather bored while reading them. We are supposed to believe that Sara and William pibrary been lusting after each other from afar yet neither one has been willing to make the first move.

When they fin Lust in the Library is broken up into two novellas, each novella being 50 pages. When they finally do, I expected explosions, hot sweaty make-out sessions that lead to hot, sweaty sex.

Thanks to Sara’s indecisiveness and insecurities, the lust was mainly green light with an abrupt red light. She put the kibosh on William several times and it got tiring especially since they had only 50 pages to get it on. When they finally pust together, I was not impressed. It was not sexy, kinda boring and disappointing. I felt zero connection between the two characters and felt that them together was pretty lame. The same goes for the second novella.


I felt that the premise of Veronica’s story was very weak and once I started reading it, I was in a rush to finish.

Again, boring sex scenes that were kinda repetitive. A weird blow job given so that a book wouldn’t be damaged by wayward cum. I found none of this sexy or erotic. I pretty much was shaking my head in confusion the entire 50 pages. Lust in the Library was a huge disappointment. With the wonderful cover and awesome blurb and premise, I had such high hopes for this novella. I thought that maybe if this was a full-length novel instead of a novella, where the author could provide more back story and character development, that this could be lustt great.

But then I think back to the uninspiring sex scenes and think, no. Mar 13, Marlene rated it liked it. Not book lust, although there certainly is a lot of that. Lust in the stacks. Wait, that could still be book lust. I meant good old-fashioned hanky-panky in the stacks. And in thf librarian’s office. And it definitely is that. But with libraty title like Lust in the Library it might as well be catn To commemorate the Public Library Association Conference, which starts today in Philadelphia, let’s talk about Lust in the Library.

But with a title like Lust in the Library it might as well be catnip to librarian and aemlia erotic romance readers. This is short, sexy and a whole lot of fun.

Unfortunately, working in a library or archives isn’t anything like fayed academic library portrayed in this novella.

So this story carries a consumer warning about not attempting these activities at your local library, especially if you are a member of the staff! Dec 11, Patti rated it did not like it.

I read ameliq so you don’t have to. May 08, Grace rated it it was ok.

I picked this up primarily because of the library setting. I laughed out loud several times during this novella. While the sex was steamy, the dialogue was rather laughable e. He looked like he was just about ready to do some research on you.

Feb 15, Mary Ffayer rated it did not like it Shelves: There is almost no plot or character development, so the encounters are quite unbelievable. Feb 08, Mandi Schreiner rated it it was ok. Could have been fayet much better.

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May 10, Mandiy rated it did not like it Shelves: I didn’t have high expectations, but that was pretty bad. Libraries fayeg usually boring and quiet, right? Not in this story!!! The librarian gets some action in the stacks and elsewhere in the library. Even her assistant squeezes in some extracurricular time. Sara Owens is the youngest assistant head librarian of special collections at the university library; she’s only in her mid-twenties.


She’s a hard working, follow-the-rules type of person. She hasn’t had a boyfriend in a while, but has be Originally posted at: She hasn’t had a boyfriend in a while, but has been intrigued by a handsome British professor-type guy who keeps hhe out books on various subjects.

William Hammond has been doing research in the United States, but is stalling on his return to Europe due to his desire to become acquainted with Sara, the beautiful librarian.

When Sara finally picks up on his hints, with some help from Veronica, the sparks fly between Sara and William. Sara does has moments of doubt when her sense of duty is at war with her desire for the handsome William, but he convinces her to fall for him. She’s a college senior, working on her thesis in the library during her off-duty time. She aspires to be a librarian, hoping to go into the library sciences program as a grad student.

Veronica has recently broken up with her boyfriend, Andrew, because she saw him kissing her roommate. Little did she know that it was a ,ust since Andrew had a very good reason for what he did. Andrew had to work hard to convince Veronica of the libraary, so he used all of his manly talents to win her back. The narrative is very descriptive and does not disappoint. Down time barely exists in this novella as we go from one sexy scene to the next.

Lust in the Library: An Erotic Novella – Amelia Fayer – Google Books

Both parts are full of hot scenes in the library, fulfilling the title of the book. Lust in the Library is an erotic escapade sure to increase the temperature in any room you read it in. Be sure to have something or someone nearby to help you out when it gets too hot. Mar 25, Habrewer rated it liked it. Sara has been going through a dry spell but that may be over libary she can get the courage to speak to the sexy Brit that has been doing research in the library.

Veronica convinces her ludt approach him in his favorite section and she gets more than she bargained for. She lacks self-confidence to approach him on her own but with the help Veronica she seeks him out in his normal research section. She never expected him to feel the same way about her. He caught her off guard that day, neither one of them expected things to get out of hand so quickly.