How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell

How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell about it [PDF / Epub] ☄ How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell about it Author Rhett Ellis – He saw the most beautiful woman in the entire world nay the most beautiful creature in all existence standing behind the desk of his local public library and he nearly fainted It wasn't that he though He saw the most Fell in ePUB ´ beautiful woman in the entire world nay the most beautiful creature in all existence standing behind the desk of his local public library and he nearly fainted It wasn't that he How I MOBI :↠ thought librarians were supposed to be frumpy It was the fact that in his town you never saw a new face much less the face of the most beautiful woman in the whole universe How I I Fell in PDF/EPUB ã Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell About it starts with a bang and gathers speed as the story progresses Filled with romance mystery and adventure every chapter brings unexpected twists to keep I Fell in Love with ePUB ½ the reader guessing to the end.

  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell about it
  • Rhett Ellis
  • English
  • 20 July 2016
  • 9780967063140

10 thoughts on “How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell about it

  1. Antof9 Antof9 says:

    What a charming little book It's not exactly what I expected it to be but it was a uick enjoyable readOne thing I didn't really like about the pastor his concept that he had two sides he was fine speaking in public to many people; but not to a really pretty girl That's not two sides That's how EVERY man is LOL There's even a Will Smith movie about that Oh well a couple things I did like about the pastor his self deprecating comments really endeared him to me And the does it sound preachy? oh well I'm a preacher comments cracked me upI also like the author's tribute to all librarians everywhere at least that's how I interpreted this paragraphThe Cleg Library got Internet access seven years ago but given a choice between the World Wide Web and Mrs Cunningham I chose Mrs Cunningham for information every time

  2. Salsabrarian Salsabrarian says:

    Booktalk Read first line So starts the story of a preacher who falls in love with the town's new librarian Rob Smith has no problem preaching to his congregation or handling himself at social gatherings But there is something about Myra Findley's beauty that has Rob absolutely tongue tied and terrified He manages to overcome his shyness just enough to begin getting acuainted with Myra But one evening while shopping at the Food Fiesta he runs into Myra muttering to herself She's making up rhymes Apple apple Red red red There are no apples In my head And If we eat our lettuce the germs won't get us Myra doesn't even seem to recognize Rob when he says hello Later Rob watches as she doesn't just drive out of the store parking lot she peels out of there like a bat out of well you know What's up with the new librarian? And can a shy preacher find not just a way to help her but a way to her heart?

  3. Marissa Elera Marissa Elera says:

    I don't remember where I heard about this book but when I did I reuested it through ILL I expected it to be non fiction but was surprised a little bit into it that it is fiction and Christian fiction at that There is nothing negative about a book being Christian fiction what counts is the story itself This story was lacking any meat While it is a nice defender of libraries in somewhat current times though lacking on some realistic aspects of how libraries operate the development of all characters leaves much to be desired It seems that just when Robert and Myra finally get close enough to even hint at cultivating real love the story ends The title suggests such promise Aside from the short car chase scene there isn't much to threaten Robert's life though It was just meh

  4. Suzanne LaPierre Suzanne LaPierre says:

    My pet peeves when it comes to fiction area cliches like the most beautiful woman in the world and b finding out what color hair and eyes a main character has on the first page of the book The fact that both of those occur on the first page of this book is probably what caused me to put it on the shelf without reading further ten years ago after buying it online Thanks to the stay home period of the pandemic though I pulled it out and gave it another chance After the initial sins of the author I found myself amused by the uirky librarian character and to a lesser extent the narrator Rob the narrator is a good natured preacher who finds himself star struck when a new librarian named Myra Findley moves to his small town She seems to him to be perfect but then he discovers another side to her Meanwhile a town villain is trying to shut down the library claiming it costs too much and isn't needed Religion does enter into the story Overall I had some issues with the book but it was a uick and fun readSpoiler alert Myra the librarian seems perfect in the library physically and in terms of comportment but when Rob sees her in the grocery store or at the gas station she is disheveled and compulsively rhyming to herself This intrigued me I was guessing that the library held some power to keep her together or that there was some kind of magic portal effect a favorite literary metaphor of mine the library as portal This isn't how the story unfolded so I guess I need to write my own book if I want that to happen However Myra did say that the library had a calming effect on her so I guess it was true in a minor way

  5. Rex Libris Rex Libris says:

    A short only 101 pages of text and uirky Rom Com story The protagonist is a minister in a small town in Alabama He falls in love with the new town librarian She has hidden issues he must help her with Meanwhile the town politician wants to close down the library to save moneyEllis has written a number of religious stories and this sneaks in some theology beyond the protagonist being a minister The librarian went to a church that was too judgmental and the pastor wins her over to the church by emphasizing forgiveness and grace It is an OK book a nice afternoon read on a cold snowy or rainy day

  6. Heli Heli says:

    uite nice and easy read and in the end a sweet story too It was interesting to read as when I was younger I thought I would become a librarian

  7. Wendy Abel Wendy Abel says:

    I chose this book from a display at our library full of books about books and reading and libraries because it was short had our library's Christian sticker on the spine and sounded interesting It is a uick light read which was what I was hoping for Due to its brevity obviously the author couldn't flesh out many parts that I'd have liked to have seen a little depth about so I excused that Having come from a small town a lot of the small town uirks were familiar and handled plausibly There were some interesting plot twists that kept me engaged However I really wish that the author had named the particular disorder that the librarian suffered from as I sometimes like to research such things further I guess I'll have to try to figure it out on my own from the symptoms he shared I loved how the author shared the pastor's inner thoughts and struggles about his insecurities and tendency to overanalyze how he ultimately decided to follow his reporter friend's advice to just go with it since every person has hisher own set of issues how he thus decided to pursue his relationship with the librarian in spite of her neurological issues and how the librarian reacted to his proclamation of unconditional interest and acceptance Overall I enjoyed this book and liked the way it ended

  8. Lorena Lorena says:

    I bought this book for the title really and the cute cover Its basically light Christian fiction small town minister falls for the newly hired public library librarian The religious aspect is pretty minimal and the story has heart along with a non too deep plot

  9. Leslie Leslie says:

    This is a syrupy sappy love story about a small town man who falls in love with the town's new and only librarian It was okay but I'm not much for sap

  10. Pam Pam says:

    Short uick read Couldn't resist the librarian in me just had to read it

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