The Librarian Review

The Librarian by Christy Sloat

“Don’t you see, in life we have small moments and we have a lot of them. Those small moments are what define us as human beings. They break us, yes, but it’s how we rebuild ourselves after that makes the difference.”


Emmeline (Emme) becomes a Librarian after her grandmother passes away. Emme moves back to her costal Maine hometown and holds off on continuing her college classes to pick up the pieces of her grandmother’s life. Emme was left specific instructions with books under the floorboards in the library that contain the family history and the important work the family does.

Emme is tasked with traveling back in history through books to document the life Jack Ridgewell. But there is a set of rules that she must follow. Librarians enter history to observe and document, but not interfere. Emme quickly finds Jack to be alluring and she cannot resist spending time with him and slowly falling for him. At the same time, she is frustrated by his stubbornness and cannot keep going back and forth between the past and the present.

Emme must decide between her love for one man and the love of her normal life in the present. Is changing the past and present worth the price of love?

Christy Sloat creates a character and a world where every bookworm dreams would become a reality. Sloat manages to create intriguing characters in a well-written story. I adore the concept of this book and having a book boyfriend. The feel-good ending will leave you with a warm light inside. I do highly recommend this quick read. If you have ever dreamed of having a boom boyfriend or girlfriend and the ability to travel though books and time, this is satisfy your curiosity.

 

Rating: 4/5

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