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Ary's new Community Outreach Coordinator position Even if that means working side by side with the one man she desperately wants to avoid Niceville's ambitious mayor Wes Ramirez who happens to be her only previous lover and the source of her greatest humiliationWes needs to make up for his disastrous one night actually make that one ho. Mayday is the third entry in the Lovestruck Librarians series a small town romance series centered around a lovely group of women friends who work for the local library in varying capacities Having enjoyed the first 2 stories in the series I was looking forward to this one as well especially with the promise of a good grovel reuired by the hero Anytime the male characters screws things up at the get go I want to see him redeem himself appropriately which may or may not involve sex and with this author s penchant for comedic interplay with her characters I knew I d be in for some laughs along the road to true loveHelen had a crush on Wes now the town mayor in high school though he didn t seem to know she existed They were both into swimming competitions but Wes was by far the accomplished and ended up with a scholarship to college while she stayed in town An injury at school wrecked his chances of future competition but he still made something of himself becoming Mayor with dreams of moving on to bigger and better places Helen on the other hand lost her book business in the economic downtown and is working a part time job at the library having had to move back in with her parents When she runs into Wes at a bar late one night she digs up her courage and approaches him At this point he s got a pretty big reputation as a playboy and true to form he seems interested in a night with her To her dismay though it s a wham bam thank you ma am sort of operation that leaves her well satisfied in one manner but disappointed in him and herself for making what was obviously a big mistake To her humiliation and partly relief because he wasn t that good in bed he drops her back off at the bar with an apology and the knowledge that it was a one time thing not to be repeated 10 months later Helen is trying to get a full time job as a community outreach coordinator and it involves working with none other than Wes in a professional capacity Since that time Helen has done her best to forget the incident but unknown to her it was the catalyst Wes needed to make some serious changes in his life He knew that he had disappointed Helen and sincerely regretted what had happened between them He felt that at that time he wouldn t have been a man worthy of her but since then he s made some different decisions in his life put to rest his player ways and become a better person He s been wanting the chance to prove to Helen that he s a changed man and hoping for a second chance with her Now that they have to work together he s got a plan in place to make up for his mistakes Will Helen be willing to forgive and forget And importantly will she give Wes a second chanceSo you can see why there would need to be some good groveling in this book with the opening few scenes dealing with a less than satisfactory bedroom encounter including a brush off at the end While that makes Wes seem like a real jerk at the beginning it is a necessary component of the story because it s that one night together that is a wake up call for him He d seen Helen in the bar and thought she was beautiful but also didn t believe he was worthy of her or any kind of relationship with her the way his life was at the time But he does try to make it up to her first behind the scenes by getting funding for the library that she was working at part time and was something the library desperately needed and then by pulling up his bootstraps and working hard at getting the community back in the public eye by rejuvenating the downtown and planning festivals to get tourists and money moving to local businesses Helen and Wes end up working together on a community festival to celebrate Mayday complete with a Maypole spring traditions involving romance and flowers and bringing some much needed tourism to the town There are several humorous scenes involving some of the citizens who don t approve of the symbolism of fertility wrought by the ahem pole and the flowers that slide onto it making for lots of laughs as they work at making the festival a successWes has a plan to recreate than just a good night with Helen He wants to banish the mistakes of the past and prove to her that he can be a generous and thoughtful lover To this end there are several steamy scenes as he goes about this making Helen feel loved and appreciated In fact it s almost too much for her Wes is being courted in a manner of speaking by a councilor from a town 5 hours away hoping that when his mayoral position is up in the fall he ll consider moving and doing for this new place what he s done for his hometown Helen worries about falling in love with Wes who has so obviously changed for the better and also that his dreams of bigger and better don t coincide with hers of small town living and being an independent woman As the story moves forward it s obvious that something s going to have to give if they are going to end up together and the uestion of whether it will be his or her dream makes the story a little bit tense as it nears the end and you wonder how it will all work out to a happy ending But of course it does and we end up with a very satisfactory story a sweet and sexy romance about forgiveness generosity of spirit and making new dreams come true 4 starsThis review appears as a blog post at copy of this story was provided by the publisher via NetGalley for review

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Passion Between The StacksHelen Murphy loves her supportive family her close knit circle of friends and her part time job at the library What she doesn't love the fact that she's a thirty six year old near virgin who lives in her parents' house Eager to move out and reclaim her independence at long last she's determined to get the libr. uickShot Review 375 starsI completely binged this series and I m feeling a bit gluttonous Going into this book I had several concerns that are tied to spoilers that I had since I read the last book first and there are events that happen here that do impact that last book Without going into those spoilers I think the sensitive situation was handled very well and didn t impact my overall enjoyment of either romanceThat said Helen and Wes romance isn t my fave I mean the friendships and the banter still clicks and is still enjoyable The love is a tad insta and the obstacles are internal than external drama all things that I love I even find the gender swapping of stereotypical behaviors thoroughly enjoyable I even ultimately believe that Helen and Wes love each other However their first encounter certainly leaves a bad taste in my mouth that isn t fixed by his actions later Mostly because I didn t uite buy his reasons for his love for Helen a person he didn t even know existed in any way shape or form I wanted to believe him but it took a long time for me to do that Could this be because I was still biased against him Probably However the female friendships are still fantastic and the overall tale eventually comes together so I d still recommend for those who enjoy strong female friendships in their romancesFor reviews visit

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Ur stand with deliciously nerdy librarian Helen As they plan the city's upcoming May Day celebrations together he'll try to prove he can do better in bed and out It may take every bit of his creativity and determination but their budding romance has already gone down in flames once and he'll be damned if he'll let Helen go a second tim. Being a thirty six year old virgin isn t all it s cracked up to be so when Helen sees an opportunity to lose her V card to the man she has been lusting after since high school she takes it But thinks don t uite go as she hoped and an hour later she finds herself completely disillusioned and disappointed and vowing never to see him again which is a little difficult as he s Wes Ramirez the town s mayor Which makes it awkward when she is sent as the library s representative to help with the mayday celebration that Wes is planning Wes can t believe the mess he made with Helen he needs to show her that he is not that selfish guy she met in the bar she s made him a better man and he has a plan to prove itThis book was just what I fancied an easy reading sexy sweet romance great for kicking back and relaxing with This is actually the third book in this series and although I haven t picked up the others I am definitely willing to give them a try next time I am in the same mood It had that cute small town romance vibe and although Mayday doesn t really stand out from the crown of other small town romances that didn t mean I enjoyed it any lessWhat I did really like about this book and put a smile on my face The fact that Wes was awful in bed the first time they got together and rather than Helen having a transcendent cherry popping experience instead she is left wondering what the fuss is about when her vibrators do a better job Of course that does mean Wes is left later in the book having to prove that he can do better than her BOB luckily he then proves her toys defunctThis is a great book if you are after something heart warming uirky with a little heat to go with it I have never read any books by Olivia Dade before but I am sure to give her another try soon ARC provided by publisherReviewed by Suzanne Don t want to miss any of our posts Subscribe to our blog by email


10 thoughts on “Mayday Lovestruck Librarians #3

  1. says:

    uickShot Review 375 starsI completely binged this series and I’m feeling a bit gluttonous Going into this book I had several concerns that are tied to spoilers that I had since I read the last book first and there are events that happen here that do impact that last book Without going into those spoilers I th

  2. says:

    First the things that I liked about this bookThere was some fun banter between Wes and Helen At times they felt well matched for one another Wes' plan was an interesting idea and the buildup generally worked All of the information about the May Day holiday and its traditions was a fun touchButThe ages didn't feel right f

  3. says:

    Review also found here received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review The expected publication date is May 10th 2016 This story is the third instalment in the Lovestruck Librarians series but can be read as a stand alone While I did read the previous book it was not reuired to enjoy this one What I like about this series is that the female leads are not the stere

  4. says:

    Mayday is the third entry in the Lovestruck Librarians series a small town romance series centered around a lovely group of women friends who work for the local library in varying capacities Having enjoyed the first 2 stories in the series I was looking forward to this one as well especially with the promise of a good grovel reuired by the hero Anytime the male characters screws things up at the get go I want to see h

  5. says:

    This was a cute read a very cute readHelen is a very relatable character and I loved that I loved that she was described as an everyday woman with curves and a vivacious attitude and she sounded so realistic that it was easy to bond with her Helen wasn't the only one I ended up loving Her close friends sound like a complete riot and that t

  6. says:

    Being a thirty six year old virgin isn’t all it’s cracked up to be so when Helen sees an opportunity to lose her V card to the man she has been lusting after since high school she takes it But thinks don’t uite go as she hoped and an hour later she finds herself completely disillusioned and disappointed and vowing never to see him again which is a little difficult as he’s Wes Ramirez the town’s mayor Which makes it awk

  7. says:

    Mayday is book #3 in Olivia Dade's fun Lovestruck Librarians series which follows a group of librarian friends This is my favorite book in the series so far As always Dade excels at wit and banter to the point where I found myself snort laughing uite a few times But Mayday also made an emotional impact on me and I love i

  8. says:

    Being a thirty six year old virgin isn't all it's cracked up to be so when Helen sees an opportunity to lose her V card to the man she has been lusting after since high school she takes it But thinks don't uite go

  9. says:

    A sweet not too eventful small town romance between the town's attractive but somewhat insecure male mayor and one of its part time librarians a plus sized woman who's lusted after the guy since high school The size issue isn't really an issue; the heroine worries that their one night stand doesn't progress any further because of it but it's really because the hero realizes he was just using her and she doesn't deserve it Later wh

  10. says:

    This was a good installment in the series but it wasn't that great either Many of the problems I'd had with the previous books had been cleared up it was a longer story I could connect with the characters but it also had

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