Miriam likes her new job at the library. It's quiet and she loves a place free of people, noise, and chaos. Someone else likes it quiet too, because in the quiet sections of the library, he can follow Miriam and have her. She's reluctant, but no amount of reluctance will help her as she's taken by a stranger in the library and introduced to deep throat and rough sex.
Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity during a reluctant public sex with a stranger encounter. It includes reluctant sex, forced deep throat, rough sex, forceful sex, and forced semen swallowing. It is intended for mature listeners who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults.
What did you like best about Taken in the Library? What did you like least?
This is a fun little romp about a librarian caught in one of the dark, little-used corners of the library and hungrily enjoyed by a young man looking for some "help." The pacing of this piece is wonderful, and the story is sinfully delightful - rough and dominating without being degrading, passionate and needy without sounding trashy. My one complaint is that the ending seems to be tacked on last minute as a sort of protection against backlashes from readers / listeners. Otherwise, it's a satisfying take on the librarian and public sex fantasies.
Would you recommend Taken in the Library to your friends? Why or why not?
Yes. It's an enjoyable read, especially for the price.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
Very much so. Saucedo isn't the best narrator I've come across, but she does a really good job keeping the level of sensuality and passion going without sounding cheesy or overacted.
Any additional comments?
This is pretty softcore and vanilla. Those looking for a vicious shows of dominance, detailed storytelling, or a heroine who is used, abused, and discarded will definitely be disappointed in this story. This is a short tale of surrender, of two people giving into their passions to find the satisfaction they crave. It's a sweet, enjoyable tale to make you smile - and hopefully titillate you a bit.