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Quote-Tastic Monday #15: The Librarian Principle by Helena Hunting


Quote tastic

Quote-Tastic is a weekly Monday meme hosted by Herding Cats and Burning Soup. Open your books (or turn on your devices) and pick your book’s quotable quote.

Ryder’s eyes went wide with mock horror. “How would I ever maintain order if the students found out I’d gone soft?”

 “There would be absolute chaos,” she replied, expression somber. “Food fights in the cafeteria.”

 “Overdue library books,” he whispered.

 “Oh, the insanity!” Liese grinned, the tension dissipating.

 “Come see me at the end of the day, and we can set up a first meeting.” Ryder moved past her, the back of his hand skimming her hip as he departed down the aisle.

 Liese watched him leave, both elated and troubled. She’d gotten what she wanted; he’d agreed to be her advisor. But the feelings he evoked were still problematic. She’d be spending more time with him now, alone. If there hadn’t been reason to fret before, there certainly was now.

–  The Librarian Principle
by Helena Hunting


When I was a kid, I’ve always that the worst nightmare a librarian could have was overdue library books. Liese had other problems, a stash of porn discovered by her principal and a growning attraction to him. If you’re interesdted in the The Librarian Principle and would like to learn more about Helena Hunting’s works, visit her website here. You can also read my review (plus an excerpt) about the book here.

To see what others have posted for their Quote-Tastic Monday, visit Ana at Herding Cats and Burning Soup.


Author: Lorn (pakwanstripes)

Yogi, book lover, comic book reader, cat moma and diabetic :)

2 thoughts on “Quote-Tastic Monday #15: The Librarian Principle by Helena Hunting

  1. Oh that sounds pretty good. I’ve seen her books but not read them yet. I love when a character is in the readery world in some way 🙂


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