The Librarian by Logan Belle
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Inspired by the story
of the iconic Bettie Page, Logan Belle’s sizzling erotic novel explores
the transformation of Regina Finch from shy librarian to the object of
one powerful man’s all-consuming desire.
Regina Finch, brilliant
and 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 threatens to consume her. It is only
through her introduction to the work of Bettie Page—the world’s most
popular ingÉnue-turned-fetish-model—and Page’s own sexual awakening that
Regina can hope to discover her sexual prowess and seduce the man she
Juls Review for Netgalley
2.5 stars and I'm being nice bumping this up
Regina is a new resident of NY. She's starting fresh, away from her stifling mother. She's just gotten a job as a librarian with the NYPL. It's always been her dream and she can't wait to get her new life started.
Everything starts off nicely but then after meeting a man everything goes to shits, meaning her resolve to stay on track with her new life. I couldn't believe Regina put everything especially her job in the back burner for a man. She took a huge leap moving away from everything familiar to a place where she knows no one.
I didn't think very highly of her to allow Sebastian, this great man in her eyes, to take her identify away from her.
The only saving grace were the parts where Regina stood up to Sebastian only to fall back on her ass and allow him to draw her back in for more. And one of the best parts was when she lost her job, I thought, welcome to reality!
Regina is this virgin, only going as far as making out with a man to giving it all to Sebastian. She's always been so guarded of men and relationships but she doesn't even think twice about jumping in head first into an empty pool.
I gotta say I'm disappoint.
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