Author: Logan Belle
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Release Date: November 27th, 2012
Publisher: Pocket Star
Format: Electronic Copy
Acquired: ARC; Netgalley
Age Group: Very Adult
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 loves
The day has come where I have given my first five stars to an erotic book. I have to be honest, this book deserves the five stars, because it doesn't center around sex so much as the other books I have read. This book honestly lived up to its name as being a book about a young woman, Regina, who finds herself. Not just in a guy, either, but finds herself in her.
All Regina Finch has ever wanted was to work at the New York Public Library, so when she gets the job of her dreams things are looking up for her. But her world is shifted when she meets a sexy billionaire who will awaken her in ways she would have never thought.
The reason, I think, that this book stands out among the other erotic literature that's rising, is that this is very character driven. There's no crazy plots, there's no in-serious-need-of-therapy man (even though he's rich), and most importantly, there's no weak female.
I like Regina because she stood up for what she believes in. She was never influenced by others and she knew herself.
The romance I saw was very real. It grew and it should actual problems that real life couples could go through and not some bizarre kidnap-almost-murdered-almost-whatever. There is drama, though, so don't think that nothing happens.
Overall, this story was great. I read it in one sitting and I laughed and had a good time.