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Publication Order of Southern Comfort Books

Kentucky Home (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Kentucky Christmas (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Home Sweet Home (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Snowed In (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Two Family Home (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Practice Makes Perfect (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Librarians in Love Books

The Undateable (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Falling for Trouble (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Laws of Attraction (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Sarah Title
Sarah Title has worked many jobs, which include secretary, furniture painter, barista, and she once managed a group of giant walking beans. As a librarian, she leads a more normal life.

While Sarah is from New Jersey originally, she has lived in North Carolina, West Virginia, San Francisco, and Chicago. At this point, she does not want to move ever again.

Starr (her late, great elderly poodle) is most likely the inspiration for the exact same elderly poodle named Starr who turns up in many of her novels.

She got her MLS from Indiana University and a BA in English from Vassar College.

“The Undateable” got starred Reviews in Booklist, Publisher’s Weekly, and Kirkus (the ultimate librarian trifecta) and was one of Amazon’s Best Romances of 2017.

Her debut novel, called “Kentucky Home”, was released in the year 2013. She writes romance novels.

“Kentucky Home” is the first novel in the “Southern Comfort” series and was released in the year 2013. At Wild Rose Farm and Stables, love is always possible and is ever sweeter the second time around.

Keith Carson and Mallory Thompson are not all that impressed with one another when she shows up at his family’s horse farm, after she fled from an abusive marriage. Mallory sees Keith as nothing more than a gruff man who is equally patronizing as her soon-to-be-ex-husband. Keith has got zero time for a city girl that is afraid of dogs. The struggling Wild Rose is much too tiny to allow for anybody to keep their distance.

One by one, Mallory is able to win over his family. From his headstrong little sister, cranky dad, and their three-legged dog. Keith himself finds more than just a bit attracted to her stubborn charm. The longer Mallory sticks around, and the more she finds Keith to be nothing at all like the overbearing bully that she married. And the more she thinks about getting into his loving and strong arms. Some folks get another chance to make their first impression after all.

Sarah delivers a tender and heartwarming tale that is touching and fun. This is a well-written contemporary read that made readers smile from the funny parts. Readers liked seeing the growth of each one of the characters.

“Home Sweet Home” is the second novel in the “Southern Comfort” series and was released in the year 2014. Even though Grace Williams, an English professor, is a woman whose “new” house is falling apart all around her does not mean she needs some condescending and arrogant man to help. Even if he does look beautiful in his tool belt and faded jeans. She needs her bathroom to work, not some ridiculous crush.

Jake Burdette doesn’t have any use for those university types that stumble all over Willow Springs, with their noses all up in the air, assuming they aren’t in some book. Even though he isn’t a scholar, but he is proud of all the honest and hard work he does. Jake really doesn’t need Grace’s pity, even if he does spend time wishing for her to be less adorably sexy.

They are just all wrong for one another. However, Grace’s troublesome house appears to feel differently.

Sarah wrote an often humorous tale, wonderfully romantic story of a couple. Jake and Grace are both realistic, delightful, and flawed characters that readers enjoyed getting to know over the course of the novel. The book is a fun read, has a wonderful setting, and some curious issues.

“Snowed In” is the third novel in the “Southern Comfort” series and was released in the year 2015. There is nothing quite like a hot kiss during a cold day.

Maureen O’Connell, a librarian may have once predicted she would find herself crying into the supermarket’s ice cream case after a terrible breakup, but she never thought a guy hot enough to melt all of the Rocky Road would be flirting with her right there in the freezer aisle. Gavin Fraser is not fantasy, he is actually a mouth-watering flavor.

A freak snowstorm strands Maureen at Gavin’s place after the first date, and it is a great excuse for something much steamier than just a hot chocolate in front of the fire. This is definitely lust. Could it also be love, too?

This is a funny story that does a great job of making readers laugh out loud. Maureen is a great character and readers enjoyed that she gets caught crying on the ice cream twice. The connection she has with Gavin is noticeable right from the start.

“The Undateable” is the first novel in the “Librarians in Love” series and was released in the year 2017. The novel stars Colin Rodriguez and Melissa Bernard. There is a San Franscico librarian that would rather check out a good romance than actually dare to experience any of it herself. Luckily, her own next chapter is going to be full of surprises.

Melissa “Bernie” Bernard is not at all familiar with fame. After all, she is working at a college library without that many visitors. However, a video of a marriage proposal within her stacks goes viral, but it is not the groom and bride that capture the attention of the Internet. It is Bernie, who gets caught rolling her eyes. Right when she is ready to go and hide and bury her nose in a book permanently, there is a handsome reporter that shows up with his own proposal.

If Colin Rodriguez does not do something huge to attract some new readers, his boss is going to hire somebody else to give out dating advice. Determined to prove that he is actually an expert on romance, despite his own pitiful track record, so he pitches a story. He is going to find dates for those that are undateable. Specifically, for the now-infamous, and love-hating librarian at Richmond College.

The book is adorable and delightful, with some realistic characters. The book has humorous and smart banter, with two leads that are great together. Once again, Sarah delivers a cute and fun and enjoyable read.

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