One San Francisco librarian would rather check out a good romance than dare to experience it herself. Luckily, her own next chapter is full of surprises… Melissa “Bernie” Bernard isn’t familiar with fame. After all, she works at a college library with hardly any visitors. But when a video of a marriage proposal in her stacks goes viral, it’s not the bride and groom who capture the Internet’s attention. It’s Bernie—caught rolling her eyes. Now, just as she’s ready to go into hiding and permanently bury her nose in a book, a handsome reporter appears with a proposal of his own… If Colin Rodriguez doesn’t do something big to attract new readers, his boss will hire someone else to dole out dating advice. Determined to prove he’s an expert at romance—despite his own pitiful track record—he pitches a story: He will find dates for the undateable. Specifically, for the now-infamous, love‑hating librarian at Richmond College. Even though Bernie doesn’t believe in happily-ever-afters, she’s not one to resist a good challenge. Yet with one disastrous date after another, she’s ready to give up. Until Colin proves he’ll do anything to find her the perfect match—even if it means putting himself up for the role… Praise for Sarah Title’s Southern Comfort Romance series“Sexy and made me laugh!” —Smexy Books“A fast-paced read that provided just as many smiles from the humor as it did sizzles from the romance.” —The Book Divas Reads“Wild, witty, and wonderful.” –New York Times bestselling author Jo Goodman“Quite a sexy book.” —USAToday.com
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By day, Sarah Title is a mild-mannered(ish) librarian. By night, she writes funny, warm, romantic comedies with a dry, dry wit. Also, smart ladies. And, hunks. And, frequently, dogs.And she actually writes in the morning before work.She has lived all ’round the country, but now calls the South home, although she is still pretty homesick for Appalachia. And, yes, those are different things.She has an elderly, ten-pound poodle who was supposed to be a foster because Sarah is bad at commitment but, well. They’ve crossed state lines together; no turning back now.For more insight and sentence fragments, visit Sarah on Facebook (fb.com/sarahtitlebooks), Twitter (@titleauthor), Instagram (@titleauthor), and her blog (www.sarahtitle.com).Happy reading!