Stud in the Stacks by Pippa Grant
He’s the president of the Bad Boy Librarians Club
When it comes to women, I know what they want. And all day long, I give it to them. Dark, broody, and sexy? You got it. Need to laugh? I’m your guy. Desperate for something to put you in the mood? You’ve come to the right place, kitten.
Every morning when my library opens, there’s a line around the block, the ladies flocking to me in need of their next book boyfriend. I’m that dude. The one who knows his way around the romance section. And if you think that hasn’t gotten me plenty of action over the years, you’d be wrong.
But I made a slight miscalculation at work, and now my reputation has my job in danger. If I can’t prove to my boss that I’m more than a playboy who recommends romance in the hopes of getting some hanky
Title: Stud in the stacks
Author: Pippa Grant
Publication Date: January 5th, 2018
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Standalone;
Format: Kindle (274 pages)
When you see the cover, the title and the dorky guy, well, I bought it immediately.
Now this is something new for me, reading about a hot male librarian, who knows his way into every romance novel out there. Knox Moretti has a very popular blog where he writes his stuff about romance novels. Can I have this guy as my BFF right now? He’s known as Mr. Romance, go figure!
This funny standalone book has our hot librarian attending a fund raiser as Tarzan. In comes Parker Elliot, our heroine. We’ve met her in Mister McHottie, as Ambrosia’s friend. She is in a bit of a problem with her work, since her high school reunion is coming in and she must go there to talk to a potential client. The only problem? She must have a hot date. She is such a workaholic that she is not interested in being married or having children, especially since she was bullied when an awkward kid.
Funny part is she comes to this auction to bid on her chosen man! This is how she catches the attention of Knox.
“Kids, marriage, my job, her workaholic tendencies – it all flies out the window. I am not letting this woman go. Not anytime soon anyway.”
The characters are funny, hilarious situations and a very fun read! Pippa Grant has a way with books that you cannot help but swoon on her characters.