Content Guidance

Broken Resolutions (a Lovestruck Librarians prequel): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

“Cover Me” (from Rogue Acts): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). The story also includes discussions of breast cancer, as well as an on-page mammogram and biopsy. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Desire and the Deep Blue Sea (Love Unscripted series, Book 1): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). Callie experiences frequent anxiety and takes medication for it. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Driven to Distraction (Lovestruck Librarians series, Book 4): Heat level is steamy (the story contains graphic sex scenes and other sexual references). There are two references to microaggressions that occur because Constance is Chinese-American. The story also includes a frank discussion of voluntary sterilization, fertility, and family planning. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Hidden Hearts (Lovestruck Librarians series, Book 5): Heat level is steamy (the story contains graphic sex scenes and other sexual references). Mary has a history of disordered eating and overexercising. Miles is recovering physically and emotionally from an amputation. Salty language is infrequent, but does appear on occasion.

Mayday (Lovestruck Librarians, Book 2): Heat level is steamy (the story contains graphic sex scenes and other sexual references). Wes’s parents undermine him in various ways, although he does not experience physical or verbal abuse. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

My Reckless Valentine (Lovestruck Librarians series, Book 1): Heat level is steamy (the story contains graphic sex scenes and other sexual references). Angie has a history of depression, and her sister experiences postpartum depression. Grant’s father is recovering slowly from the West Nile virus. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Ready to Fall (Lovestruck Librarians, Book 3): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). Sarah’s mother struggled with alcoholism. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Teach Me (There’s Something About Marysburg series, Book 1): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). The main characters have a history of emotional and/or physical abuse, and Rose experiences intermittent harassment from a work superior. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

Tiny House, Big Love (Love Unscripted, Book 2): Heat level is steamy (the story contains a two-part graphic sex scene and other sexual references). Seb was physically and verbally bullied in high school because of his appearance (and because he’s Guatemalan-American, although that aspect of the bullying is never explicitly described). Lucy is recovering from an emotionally abusive relationship. The story also features references to marijuana usage. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.

“Work of Heart” (from Rogue Affair): Heat level is steamy (the story contains one graphic sex scene and other sexual references). The story also includes an encounter with an abhorrent politician, who puts an arm around Jenny without her consent. Salty language is used frequently and lovingly.