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Return to Book Page. The Librarian by Logan Belle. Regina Finch, brilliant loagn bookish, has worked her way up to her dream job as a librarian at the Main Branch of the New York Public Library. But her discovery of the sordid sexual adventures of a rakish, young billionaire among the hallowed halls and sacred stacks of the library unleashes a confusing blend of repulsion and desire that be,le to consume her.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bettie Page Presentsplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Nov 18, Wanderlust rated it it was ok Shelves: The problem is the now that 50SOG bibliotecarai mega successful that I cannot freaking search for a new book without being recommended some shitty 50SOG rip of book.
There was nothing new in this book at all, it is like same shit different day but instead it is same shit different cover. I found the way it was written in the third person mind numbing, i did not connect with the story or characters at all. The characters are bibljotecaria really freaking annoying. Ava i mean Regina is a shy little virgin so why the hell blele she turning in to a raving kinkster? The anal scene was not even hot, i mean seriously if you read it you will understand while i was reading it thinking.
My brain bibliotefaria so numb at the point that i had started to fantasize about having a 50SOG copycat book funeral pyre in my garden.
I would not recommend or read more by this author. Click here for my book review blog View all 6 comments. Nov 07, Biblioteacria ReadingRomanceinColor marked it as dnf. I hate, hate, hate DNF-ing a book. I also hate writing a ‘review’ for a book that I DNF. I stop reading the book and move onto something else. But there are times where I have to let my feelings known. And this is one of those times. I read the blurb of The Librarian and decided to give it a try.
Mind you, I haven’t read FSoG but have heard so much about it and have read so bibliofecaria reviews that I felt like I’ve read it. The Librarian is the most boring erotic romance I’ve ever read. After Sebastian and Regina had sex.
It was the sex scene that finally made me stop reading this book! The sex scene was unimaginative, flat and uninspiring.
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But let’s start at the beginning. Sebastian is a billionaire shocker in his early 30s loan he is for some unexplained reason drawn to Regina after seeing her for all of 10 seconds.
Regina is from a small town in Pennsylvania. She is a virgin and unaware of her looks. She has a Bettie Page haircut because she messed up cutting her own bangs stupid ass reason so of course, everyone tells logah she looks like Lw Page. Only thing is, she has no idea who Bettie Page is. Regina has a roommate that parties, has loud, wild sex and is rich. She doesn’t interact with her roommate much because Regina is socially inept. Even though she went to college, she doesn’t know how to act around other human beings.
One day at the library, Regina goes into a part that is off-limits. This is where she catches Sebastian having sex.
Regina is kogan on by the sight again, shocker but chastises herself and vows to tell someone what she saw. She never gets the chance because the next day at a meeting, she finds out that the defiler of that off-limits room is none other than Sebastian Barnes and that his family donated that wing.
And Regina will be working with him on some fundraiser for the library. Sebastian immediately starts telling Regina what to wear, orders her around about her clothing and basically takes over her life. Regina feebly protests but eventually gives in because she’s attracted to Sebastian and blah, blah, blah. The Librarian was boring but I kept reading to see if the plot would pick up and become more interesting.
Bettie Page Presents: The Librarian
I didn’t understand why Sebastian was attracted to Regina. The story is told from Regina’s 3rd person POV and we never know Sebastian’s motives or what he sees in her.
There was no sexual tension. Sebastian came off as a spoiled rich playboy and Regina was his new toy. And why virginal Regina gave into Sebastian’s demands, I have no idea. I’m all for hopping on the Fifty Shades bandwagon but at least make it interesting and sexy.
This book bibkiotecaria on so many levels for me. The Librarian would have been much more interesting if Regina was a librarian by day and a Bettie Page domme by night. Now that’s a book! Oct 31, Jenny Reading Envy rated it did oa like it Shelves: Logxn don’t typically read and review erotic fiction, so I feel a little out of my element here. I have a few questions first, actually. Should I blast a book for logsn unrealistic? Isn’t that the nature beole erotica?
What about criticizing it for being unoriginal? Don’t people tend to read erotica for specific themes? Well, here is a quote that tells you exactly what this book is: I know it feels good to let me be in control. You don’t have to think about anything Surre I don’t typically read and review erotic fiction, so I feel a little out of my element here.
Surrender to me, and see how bibliotevaria like it. Do the details really matter? People craving something after 50 Shades from what I understand; I didn’t even crack the cover on those will probably enjoy it although I’m not sure this will be much different.
The context is a bit interesting, and depressing really. A new librarian is hired with no experience! There are multiple mentions bibliorecaria libraries losing funding and librarianship becoming obscure.
I’m thinking the author is an unemployed librarian, just maybe. This level of detail was not really central to the story, neither was the detailed description of the library.
The same level of detail was applied to every single outfit Regina wears. Maybe that is simply another typical erotic fiction thing that I just don’t have the experience to know about.
The setting felt forced. I know everyone fantasizes about the naughty librarian but this was more of a naive-girl out of her element than she was really a librarian. There is an awkward moment where she’s listing her credentials, and I was embarrassed for her.
Having an MLS is not exactly the same I also found the characterizations of Regina and Sebastian oh yes, soap opera names, we know what genre we’re in to be ridiculous.
Bettie Page Presents: The Librarian by Logan Belle
I wouldn’t want to give them away but the details about Sebastian’s past that were revealed made him seem pitiful, and less like the alluring, wealthy, powerful man the author wanted him to be.
The bonding between the two also seemed forced. I guess “forced” is to be expected in a bdsm novel. Jul 15, Brenda rated it did not like it Shelves: Sebastian the principal character; I love that name btw like Sebastian Stan grrr was one of the most stupid men I’ve ever read about.
He just met her and he was like “change your shoes” “but I like my–” “change your shoes NOW! He wants her to dress likes he wants all the time and if she doesn’t, he punishes her. This “novel” is not about love, it’s just awkward sex.
One night, he undresses her, he told her to lie on bed, then he lotan to touch her. Why didn’t you say that earlier?
Not even a feeling or hot kisses.