The Lawman's Librarian
When Sheriff Nick Grey is talked into playing Santa at the local mall by his devious sister, he fully expects to have a miserable time. What he doesn’t know is that she has convinced Peter DeKell to play one of his elves. Peter’s the town’s librarian and has been the object of Nick’s affection... show more
When Sheriff Nick Grey is talked into playing Santa at the local mall by his devious sister, he fully expects to have a miserable time. What he doesn’t know is that she has convinced Peter DeKell to play one of his elves. Peter’s the town’s librarian and has been the object of Nick’s affection since they were both children. The only problem is that while the entire town knows that the Sheriff is head over heels for the quiet librarian, Peter seems at best oblivious and at worst not interested. After being faced with the temptation of Peter in tights, Nick finally breaks down and asks Peter to dinner and is elated when he accepts. When disaster strikes in the form of an ill-timed kiss, Nick has to make a choice. Is he willing to finally give up on being with Peter? Or will the lawman fight for his librarian’s affections?
Publish date: December 6th 2012
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages no: 33
Edition language: English
At first I thought this story was going to be like A Change of Pace by Tielle St. Clare but quickly changed my mind because I saw there was a lot less sex occurring between the 2 MC's and Nick, the poor guy was crushing really hard on Peter and it took almost the whole story before things fell into ...
This book had some funny moments, that is why I gave it a second star. Some of the dialog was pretty witty, but other than that it wasn’t much.I am not sure if the author knew which way she wanted to go with this story, in parts it was very cute, with the sappy I don’t have anything to wear on out d...
2.5* Taking off 1/2* for my peeves! Ok, this short is told from Nick's POV , that may or may not work for people.I thought he was funny and liked his 'voice' but, for a 30 year old Sheriff he was very ' young in thought ' I guess is a good way to describe it! I can see a lot of people being totally ...
It started with me having problems with the writing style - too many info in not enough sentences. When I got used to it, there were problems with the story. As far as I understood Nick was told by his co-workers and his sister about the bet. Why then was it such a surprise at the end of the story f...