- File Size: 2880 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: CHBB Publishing (May 26, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DBSJ4N3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,566 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Archivist (The Librarian Chronicles Book 2) Kindle Edition
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So when she meets Eoin in 14th century Scotland, I wasn’t surprised she fell for him. Here was this man, gorgeous and real, telling her with sincerity that she is beautiful. That she has turned the heads of every man in the castle. Savannah is dumbfounded. Now my husband is no 14th century Scottish highlander, but when I heard these things and heard that he meant every word, that was it for me too. You can’t help falling for a man that adores you, flaws and all.
But I digress….
Savannah’s story was so beautiful and sweet. I did not want to leave her side when the story ended. I want to travel with her through the history books and go on fantastic adventures. I want to live in the pages. Christy Sloat has made the book nerd’s dream come true with The Archivist. If I could rate this book higher than 5 stars I would! Please write about more Librarians!! I love these stories so much!
No truer words have ever been spoken and this was on amazing adventure that I will not forget anytime soon!!
The characters were remarkable. The story between Eoin and Savannah was breathtakingly beautiful. I felt a real connection with these two characters and the feelers in this story......Gosh....had me thinking and feeling as if I was part of the story. The magic of their relationship just floated from the pages.
The story-line was phenomenal. Sloat does a fantastic job at reeling in her readers from the beginning and her attention to detail makes us feel as if we are in the story with the characters. This story was adventurous and romantic and I loved how the story turned out at the end. Pure genius and magical. I was completely enchanted by Savannah's journey into the realm of being a Librarian. I highly recommend this read!!
FYI. You can read these books as a stand alone. Different characters and different adventures in each book.
I love Ms. Sloat's works and her stories are ones you can get lost in.
I have to say, I liked the first book better. This was just... okay. And the blurb and the fact that it takes place in Scotland shouldn't = just okay. It should be wow and OMG. Sadly, it wasn't.
Savannah is working as a librarian because it's the perfect cover for what she truly is - an archivist. Her job is to travel through time and document certain events as they happened. And when a good chunk of a Scot laird's life is missing, Savannah knows it's up to her to travel back in time and find out exactly what happened.
She didn't expect to find a rather hostile Scot who becomes her side kick, on this trip but she can't say no because he's the only one who can help her. Plus, he turns out to be way more than just another Scot living at the castle and can tell Savannah secrets she wouldn't be able to uncover, otherwise.
Along the way, they develop feelings for each other but... if I remember correctly, it all happened kind of fast. It felt rushed. And because this, I, the reader, didn't have all the warm and fuzzy feels I want to have, while reading a romance novel. Or a love story.
It saddens me that I also can't remember more of the story, that it wasn't memorable enough for me; and while I have voluntarily agreed to read an early copy of this book, I cannot rate it higher than 3 stars.
But don't take my word for it, give it a try and see what you think.