Friday, September 11, 2020

Adult Review: No Offense

* Book 2 in the Little Bridge Island series * 
No Offense (Little Bridge Island, #2)
Molly's the new Children's Librarian in town. During one of her programs, she's called to take care of an issue in the bathroom. One of the doors is stuck, which usually means trouble. Molly's stunned to find a baby in the bathroom. One call to the police department and the baby's taken into custody. But Molly can't stop thinking about her.

The Sherriff believes the parents to be criminals, leaving the baby behind like that, but Molly knows otherwise. She's determined to keep herself in the loop. John doesn't mind one bit, even though Molly's wit bites at times.

Can they come to terms and solve the case together?
My Thoughts: Another cute addition to the series. Of course I loved it was about a Children's Librarian finding love. I loved the moments in the library from the frosting program to the teen boy to the value of privacy. I loved the Sherriff and his relationship with his daughter; they were so cute together. I loved the banter between Molly and John. And how gossip spread like wildfire on the island. The only bad part about this book is there was no librarian friend named Jennifer. So looking forward to more in this series.

Cover Thoughts: Cute
Source: My library
Library Recommendation: A must have series for your library's romance collection.

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