Broken Resolutions (New Year’s Eve novella; Book 1 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
What happens when a reclusive author and a love-shy librarian find themselves trapped in the stacks on New Year’s Eve? Expect fireworks.
What people are saying about Broken Resolutions…
“This was a fun little novella, breezy and sexy. I really enjoyed Dade’s humor and writing style.” —Immersed in Books
“What a fun premise! To take a shy, reserved librarian and make her responsible for a singles night planned by her much more adventurous (and way less reserved!) co-worker is a recipe for laughs and they abound here in this sexy romantic novella. … I liked how the story evolved and Jack’s patience and perseverance in trying to prove to her that he’s worth breaking her resolution for. Very enjoyable, and I’m looking forward to the next in the series!” —Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews
My Reckless Valentine (Valentine’s Day novel; Book 2 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
Outspoken librarian Angela Burrowes spends the night with a handsome stranger, only to discover the next morning that he’s her new boss. Does she need to put their newfound connection back on the shelf? Or can she find a way to keep both her man and her job?
What people are saying about My Reckless Valentine…
“One of the things that I love about Dade’s books is how her heroes and heroines can both be essentially nice and decent people and still have terrific conflicts with each other and land in supremely hard situations. I loved Angie—I love that she breaks the convention of the shy quiet librarians. She is brash, outgoing and vibrant. I loved that Grant is passionate in an unconventional way and more than anything steadfast and sincere.” —Immersed in Books
“I really enjoyed this story! I knew from the first story in the series that I liked this writer’s style, combining laugh out loud moments with sexy scenes and sweet and likable characters.” —Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews
“Wowsa! This was one steamy novel that left me laughing, crying, and cheering on these two. … The characters are a delight. I felt like I was part of a group that stuck by you, made you feel good about yourself and pushed you in the right direction when you wanted to run away.” —Delighted Reader
Mayday (May Day novel; Book 3 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
Niceville’s ambitious mayor, Wes Ramirez, wants to make up for a disastrous one-night—actually, make that one-hour—stand with deliciously nerdy librarian Helen Murphy. When they’re forced to work together on the city’s upcoming May Day celebrations, can he win her over? Or will their budding romance go down in flames?
What people are saying about Mayday…
“As always, Dade excels at wit and banter, to the point where I found myself snort-laughing quite a few times. … Mayday is an emotional story that brings with it a good dose of laughter, some seriously hot sexy times, and a few happy tears. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it.” —Read All the Romance
“[W]ith this author’s penchant for comedic interplay with her characters, I knew I’d be in for some laughs along the road to true love. … [A] sweet and sexy romance about forgiveness, generosity of spirit, and making new dreams come true.” —Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews
Ready to Fall (Summer novella; Book 4 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
To pursue the man of her dreams, Sarah Mayhew needs to learn how to ride a bike in four days. But will a hot summer night spent with her sexy riding instructor convince her to change those dreams and risk falling hard for him?
Book Riot named Ready to Fall one of their 100 Must-Read Romantic Comedies!
What people are saying about Ready to Fall…
“Love’s never out of reach for the librarians of the Nice County Library System… Sarah’s charm and humor are perfectly suited to a beach read.” —Publishers Weekly
“This book…OMG, I loved it so, so much. I read it while on a road trip with my hubby. I kept laughing out loud so much, I ended up reading half the book aloud to him so he could enjoy how fabulous and fun it was.” —Smitten with Reading
“This novella delivers constant humor (that literally made me laugh out loud!) along with a sweetly emotional romance. … I just loved this couple and especially appreciated the balance of comedy and tender moments.” —Read All the Romance
Driven to Distraction (Book 5 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
Constance Chen is not the demure kind of librarian. Sure, her high-horsepower ride is Big Bertha the Bookmobile, but Con swears a blue streak, does her own home improvement, and wears steel-toed boots. She has a tight circle of friends, a demanding, beloved sprawl of a Chinese-American family, and a strict hookups-only policy when it comes to men. Her life is just how she wants it. Except for one maddeningly sexy footnote.
Sam Wolcott, her friend’s baby brother and the library’s IT star, has been throwing sparks with Con since he moved to town. To everybody else, he’s a thoughtful, sensitive sweetheart. To Con, he’s a cantankerous pedant, because if they don’t fight nonstop their clothes will spontaneously combust. Sam needs a commitment Con won’t—can’t—give. And neither of them will chance their hard-won bonds for pure lust.
Too bad Con and Sam have a whole week in a very tiny, very private space to sustain their dumb arguments. Alone. What happens in the Bookmobile might take their resistance right out of circulation . . .
What people are saying about Driven to Distraction…
“The sex is hot, and the romance is adorable. … Smart, fast dialogue, a big group of found-family friends, a love story for the ages, and a heartbreakingly real conflict.” —Binge on Books
“I. Love. This. Book. So. Much. … Once again, Olivia Dade brought all the feels for me with Driven to Distraction. Its signature humor, emotion, and super hot sexy times made me so happy.” —Read All the Romance
“I had so much fun with this book. … Lumbersexual IT + take-no-s**t bookmobile librarian + fantastic sexual tension and chemistry.” —TBQ’s Book Palace
“Hot IT guys are tropes now, right? as well as sexy librarians. So let’s cross them and watch the sparks fly.” —Dear Author (Recommended Read)
Hidden Hearts (Book 6 of the Lovestruck Librarians series)
Mary Higgs could be the poster girl for the buttoned-up librarian. She follows the rules. Stays ʼtil closing. Her kindness and dedication to her patrons are legendary. But those patrons have no idea what she’s typing to the mysterious shut-in who emailed the library three months ago . . .
A year ago, Miles O’Connor was a gleaming, ab-sational star of the small screen. Then came the accident. Now he’s a wounded recluse with a pizza habit and fears so unshakable that only the thought of losing Mary to an online date could lure him out of his cabin.
Soon their email rapport has turned into weekends on the couch, watching tearjerkers and driving each other insane with red-hot makeout sessions. But as their desire grows and their horizons expand, the life that brought them together might not be enough for either of them . . .
What people are saying about Hidden Hearts…
“Seriously, I’m dying laughing.” —Dear Author (Recommended Read)
“Miles and Mary shared a very quiet, but deep sort of love that I appreciated. For those who love the sweeter romance with hints of passion I recommend Hidden Hearts by Olivia Dade. It’s part a very fun series, the Lovestruck Librarians, and although it can be read as a standalone I do recommend the whole series.” —Harlequin Junkie
“I really loved this story! … Hidden Hearts is an emotional and sexy romance with characters who will steal your heart too.” —Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews
“[W]ho could resist a wounded and stubborn hero and a shy, reserved heroine, each needing the other to help come out of their shell and take control of their life again? Sign me up!” —TBQ’s Book Palace
“I’ve loved this series so much, but I’m pretty positive this has been my favorite book of the bunch. … Miles’s story broke my heart and totally captured my imagination. I wanted to gather him up in my arms and take care of him. Luckily, as the reader, I got to do that through Mary…and it was so good. …This book was amazing.” —Smitten with Reading
“I loved this book. … You guys, Miles and Mary are so freaking adorable, I can’t even. I loved both of them so much. They are both so realistic, and it was easy to relate to them. … When Miles and Mary finally do meet – oh my gosh, it was just adorable. I was rooting for these two right from the beginning. … I cannot wait to read more from the Lovestruck Librarians series.” —Quinn’s Book Nook