February is Library Lovers’ Month!

It's Library Lovers' Month, and what better way to celebrate than with books about love in the library!

The words "Library Lovers' Month" in white on a red rectangle, with the words "For the love of a good book!" underneath in a white script. The background is a slightly blurred image of well-loved books.

Love is in the air, and the library is no exception! Check out these library and librarian-centric romances!

 

Cover of "The Undateable" novel by Sarah Title, featuring a couple (both white with brown hair) hugging on a hill. The Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay are in the background. The cover of "Falling for Trouble", a novel by Sarah Title, which features a couple (both white, the man has brown hair and the woman is blond with pink streaks in it) hugging and laughing. The background is a blurred library shelf. The cover of "Laws of Attraction" by Sarah Title, which features a photo of a white man with brown hair in a suit sitting on a bench with his suit jacket over his shoulder. He is looking down and smiling at a small white dog sitting next to an open book.
Librarians in Love Series (The Undateable, Falling for Trouble, Laws of Attraction)
by Sarah Title
ROMANCE TITLE, S (also available as eBooks!)

These novels about librarians finding unexpected love are sweet, funny, and steamy! From an academic librarian who's given up on love, to a new library director settling into a new town, to a law librarian connecting with someone she thought was just a fling...there's something for everyone at the library!

 

The cover of "Love Overdue" by Pamela Morsi, which has a couple seen from the legs down, both standing on a kickstool in a library aisle. The left one is wearing a red skirt and teal shoes, and is on one foot. The right is wearing jeans and sneakers.
Love Overdue
by Pamela Morsi
ROMANCE MORSI, P 2013

"Morsi provides lots of humor, including library-specific jokes, such as Dewey Decimal–based chapter headings ("129.9 Origin and Destiny of Individual Souls"). In this nearly perfect snapshot of a close-knit, gossipy, rural town at wheat-harvest time, former librarian Morsi once again proves that she is one of romance's top authors." -Booklist Reviews

 

The cover of "Girl's Guide to Witchcraft" by Mindy Klasky, which has a cartoonish drawing of a woman in a black dress sitting on a desk next to a witch's hat on a pile of books and a black cat. She is holding an open book.
Jane Madison Series (Five Books! Book 1: Girl's Guide to Witchcraft)
by Mindy Klasky
FICTION KLASKY, M

"Which is more unlikely? Meeting a single, straight, reasonably attractive, willing-to-commit man? Or discovering a secret cache of magic books? When lonely librarian Jane Madison stumbles upon a hidden chamber containing a vast array of ancient books on witchcraft, she discovers a spell that makes her irresistible to men and wreaks magical havoc on her life." -Harlequin/Baker & Taylor

 

The cover of "The Librarian and the Spy" by Susan Mann, which has a picture of a couple embracing and gazing at each other. The man on the left has on a red plaid shirt. The woman on the right is wearing a white winter coat.
The Librarian and the Spy (First in a series!)
by Susan Mann
ROMANCE, MANN 2017

"When her job solving mundane mysteries for library patrons entangles her in a mission to decode the whereabouts of a weapons cache from a priceless work of art before arms dealers beat her to it, librarian Quinn Ellington finally gets her chance to have an adventure like no other—and along the way, finds a love to last a lifetime." -Baker & Taylor)

 

The cover of "That Night on Thistle Lane" by Carla Neggers, which has a couple walking away down a dirt path next to a stone wall, with a large white house on the left and a tree on the right.
That Night on Thistle Lane
by Carla Neggers
ROMANCE NEGGERS 2013 (Also available as a downloadable eBook AND eAudiobook!)

"Librarian Phoebe O'Dunn must summon up the courage to live out her own fairy tale when a threat to the town leads her to Noah Kendrick, who, unbeknownst to her, is the unforgettable man she met at a masquerade ball in Boston." - Baker & Taylor

 

The cover of "What the Librarian Did" by Karina Bliss, which has a brunette woman in a stereotypical "old librarian" outfit sitting on a desk and smiling at a brunette man with a tattoo on his arm who is leaning in for a kiss.
What the Librarian Did
by Karina Bliss
Available as a downloadable eBook

"Is Rachel Robinson the only one on campus who doesn't know who Devin Freedman is? No big deal except that the bad-boy rock star gets a kick out of Rachel's refusal to worship at his feet. And that seems to have provoked his undivided attention. It's up to this librarian to find out firsthand just how "bad" he really is...because her secret—and her growing feelings for a man who claims he's bent on redemption—depend on his turning out to be as good as he seems. Which is really, really good." -Harlequin

 

 

You may not be able to find love in the library, but you can always fall in love with a good book!

 

Posted by CrissyH on February 6, 2021