Stopped reading on page 129. Just not that into it. Definitely less on the “mercenary librarians” front and more of an “urban contemporary romance that actually just so happens to take place in a dystopian future” vibe.
So much of the book is just Nina looking at Knox and going, “mmm he looks damn fine,” or Knox ogling Nina's ass when she walks away. This started pretty much immediately when they met and continued throughout. I thought it was a bit eye-rolly. Like, really, you can't think of anything else right now?
Other than that, at least the part I read had a lacking plot. It was just travelling to a location so I found it quite boring.
Really this read like a typical romance book with the setting swapped out. And that's absolutely fine, it just wasn't what I was looking for.