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Broken Resolutions by Olivia Dade

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Also by Olivia Dade:

Spoiler Alert, October 2020
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Ready to Fall, July 2016
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My Reckless Valentine, January 2016
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Broken Resolutions, December 2015
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Broken Resolutions
Olivia Dade

Lovestruck Librarians
Lyrical Press
December 2015
On Sale: December 9, 2015
Featuring: Penny Callahan; Jack Williamson
ISBN: 1616509392
EAN: 9781616509392
Kindle: B00VZZM6OW
Hardcover / e-Book
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Romance Contemporary

LOVE BETWEEN THE LINES

Romance has never had a happy ending for librarian Penny Callahan, who could write the book on cheating, heartbreaking liars. So she’s made a resolution: no men for the next twelve months. If she can just get through the library’s New Year’s Eve singles night, she can return home to her pajamas and a good book. But when she finds herself checking out a hot hunk with an irresistible smile, an evening in the stacks becomes a lot more tempting…

Reclusive author Jack Williamson never should have trusted his mother. Even though he’s trying to avoid being recognized, she guilts him into attending a dating meet-and-greet—where an adorable librarian makes him question his lonely lifestyle. Is this just a fleeting, flirty scene? Or could love be the next chapter for them both?

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4 comments posted.

Re: Broken Resolutions

You can't lump all librarians into the same pile. In the area
where I live, the librarians are a little more laid-back, and a
lot nicer. They actually let you talk in the library, so it's
not so stuffy, as it was when we were growing up!! There's one
librarian in particular who is not only very smart when it comes
to knowing her books, but she remembers all of the patrons
account numbers by heart!! She is priceless as far as the work
involved with the everyday work with running the library. I do
volunteer work there, and have seen her working enough around
there. The other librarians that I know work hard, too, and are
smart as well, when it comes to knowing their books, and now they
have to have some knowledge of computers. Most of them are
mystery lovers. My tastes are all over the map, and I'm looking
forward to reading your book. Sorry for the long posting. Have
a wonderful Christmas and New Year!!
(Peggy Roberson 7:47am December 10, 2015)

Hi, Peggy!

I completely agree! In another blog post, I echo exactly
what you're saying--most librarians these days are (and
need to be) flexible and friendly toward their patrons.
And many of them read genre fiction like mysteries and
romances, including some of the steamy ones. :-)

I hope you have a wonderful holiday season too, and if
you get my book, I hope you love it!
(
Olivia Dade 10:23am December 10, 2015)

Congratulations on your release. I love nerdy heroines. Not only are they
smart and resourceful, but they read. Now we need a few male librarians to
round out the list!!!
(
Veronica Forand 11:09pm December 10, 2015)

Thank you, Veronica!

Me too! And yes, male librarians are THE BEST HEROES.
Victoria Dahl wrote a male librarian hero recently, and
my next book (My Reckless Valentine) also has one--
although he's moved into management by the time the book
starts. Happy, nerdy, reading!
(
Olivia Dade 2:44am December 13, 2015)

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