Title: At the Library
Author: Spenser Rook
Publisher: Torquere Press
With his grades slipping, Liam gets one chance to do some extra credit. Unfortunately, he does what he’s done for the rest of the semester; he procrastinates. Who can blame him? He has no desire to go to the creepy university library and hunch over a bunch of dusty books.
After he meets the guy that works the nightshift, though, Liam discovers that the library might have more to offer than books.
Liam is in his first semester of college and being a bit of as procrastinator he finds himself in a bind that only a late night trip to the campus library will remedy. Fortunately for him the attendant on duty, Caleb, is a former student of the professor Liam needs to satisfy with a 3 page report. With Caleb’s help Liam manages to squeak out a passing grade. He returns to the library the following night knowing that Caleb will be on duty again and wanting to repay him for his generosity. But it appears neither is quite prepared for just how Liam winds up thanking Caleb!
Spencer Rook has given us a very pleasant short story that, although it encompasses sexual behavior, said behavior is not the focal point. Instead we get a grand instruction in the art of flirting and a generous helping of the etiquette of returning favors. All trips to the library should be so rewarding!
Reviewed By: Jymbo