BOOK REVIEW: The Librarian Principle by Helena Hunting

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SYNOPSIS

Annaliese Harper knows that one tiny mistake can jeopardize a career before it’s even begun. Letting your boss find the extensive collection of porn on your personal laptop is one way. Sleeping with him is another. Liese manages to do both.

As the new librarian at a prestigious small-town private high school, Liese is drawn to her sexy, charismatic principal, Ryder Whitehall—an attraction she refuses to acknowledge given their relationship and her recent liberation from a delusional ex-boyfriend.

Liese is certain Ryder’s flirtation is the product of her sex-deprived imagination—until he discovers her digital porn stash during working hours and demands a private meeting. Behind closed doors, their attraction explodes into a dangerous, passionate affair that not only threatens their jobs and reputations, but most of all, their hearts

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REVIEW

BOOK REVIEW: 5 STARS

When I knew about the new book of Helena Hunting I was so excited. I loved her first series, Clipped Wings, and I was sure I’d love the new book. I was right! I LOVE THE LIBRARIAN PRINCIPLE. I love Helena’s writing style. I love how she develops all the characters, and not only the main ones and I love the plot of this book. It was really amazing to read, really entertaining and very very funny and sexy.

It’s been happening to me lately that I feel like I’m watching a movie when I’m reading a book. This exactly happened to me with The Librarian Principle. This is because Helena’s descriptions were great, very detailed, and it was flowing with the storyline of the book. I saw in my head the library, the principal’s office, the back stage for the play, the foyer of Liese’s house…. and of course every hot moment they had in those places *fans self*. Oh, I can’t forget to mention about Liese’s porn collection *smirk* It was so funny and very sexy at the same time.

I really really loved Liese and Ryder. Their kinky taste was my favorite thing of them both. I was a little annoyed with Ryder of how he acted at the beginning of their relationship, but he managed to finally express his feelings and fears and they were great afterwards. I loved loved loved his jealousy! He was all possessive of Liese, which was kinda hot! Did I mention that Ryder was all domineering and egomaniacal? Oh yeah! More sexy points for the sexy principal.

The secondary characters were great. Marissa and Blake were great friends to Liese. Marissa made the funniest jokes about ammunitions and the male body parts HaHaHa and photoshopped pictures of Ryder BwaHaHaHa Marissa was awesome. I loved the twist of events for her in this book. It’d be awesome to read the Spin Off about it.

The ending of the story was great. It has my favorite kind of ending. The epilogue was EPIC!!

Favorite quote:

“He was passionate, well spoken, funny, attentive, and encouraging – non of which should have been an issue. They were all traits she wanted in an advisor. Unfortunately, those same traits were what she sought in a boyfriend, and disentangling the two prospective roles proved a challenge.”

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AUTHOR

Helena Hunting lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She’s putting her degree in English Lit to good use by writing contemporary erotic romance. She is the author of Clipped Wings, her debut novel, and Inked Armor

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