Librarians in Romance Novels page. A few things of note:
- Yes, I linked to the Evil Empire that is Amazon. And yes, these are affiliate links. So if you buy titles through these links Wendy gets kicked back a few pennies. Hey, it was a lot of work! Still, if you don't want me to profit, you've now been warned.
- I linked to Kindle versions where I could. I did this mostly to avoid out-of-print issues. That said, instances where there's no Kindle version and the print is out-of-print - I linked to the OP print listing.
- If I didn't provide a link, I give an explanation. The prominent example is Lynne Connolly's two titles - which were originally published by Ellora's Cave. She has since gotten her rights back, but these two titles haven't been self-published or published by another publisher as of yet.
- I've also added a Library As Place category - for books where neither of the main characters is a librarian or library employee, but the library plays a semi-prominent role in the story. For example: if Harry Potter were a romance? Yeah, would totally be a Library As Place book.
Also, I have a particular need for diverse librarians (POC, LGBTQ) and Inspirationals. I'm also open to hearing opinions if you want me to highlight the books that feature diverse librarians. Right now I'm leaning towards keeping them under their respective sub genre headings and adding a (POC) and/or (LGBTQ) at the end of the title (ex. Checking Out Love by R. Cooper (LGBTQ) listed under Contemporary). Opinions welcome!
I curated three digital Blogger Bundles for Harlequin? Well Heroes & Heartbreakers blogger, Kate Nagy, recently wrote a post about "my" Harlequin Historical bundle featuring Cheryl St. John's Harvey Girls series!
Once you're done reading the post and (naturally) downloading the bundle for yourself - you can spend more money after checking out my latest Unusual Historical column featuring April 2016 releases.