sexy librarianMaybe it really is the Year of the Book Nerd. With adult books like "The Millennium Trilogy" and that kick-ass Keith Richards autobiography zooming up the bestseller lists, the quickest way to a smart, no-drama chick's heart is probably through a love of literature. Also through not calling her a "chick."

Alikewise is the dating site where you'll meet the bookworm of your dreams. Although it's sadly lacking in librarians who look like Tina Fey, its slogan of "dating by the book" has drawn in thousands of sexy females who choose to show off their favorite books instead of their windsurfing pictures.

The site's goal is to be "a dating site that allows you to find people based on their book tastes. Anything from cooking to politics to yoga -- we think we can find others who would like to talk to you."

Girls who want to talk to us? We're in.

But how do you find the girl of your dreams? Keep reading for some of our suggestions on what books to look out for on an Alikewise member's profile.

Book: "Lady Chatterley's Lover," by D. H. Lawrence
What It Says About Her: The girl who posts this book (and its respective cover) on her Alikewise profile is definitely trying to tell you something. Something like "I'm married (or have a boyfriend) and am looking for straightforward, easily done mind-blowing sex." It's been almost exactly 50 years to the day since Lawrence's masterpiece was un-banned by a court ruling, and women are still discovering its power to convince them that having an affair is awesome.

Book: "Anne of Green Gables," by L. M. Montgomery
What It Says About Her: What's the deal with women who love authors who use their first two initials? Better yet, what's with the female obsession with the "Anne of Green Gables" series, which our mom used to plunk us down in front of when it was adapted for TV, ensuring an easy two-hour nap. The girls who dig this book (still) are either jailbait, haven't read a book since, or are nostalgic for a childhood when "things were simpler and guys were just ... guys." Barf.

Book: "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" (or either sequel), by Stieg Larsson
What It Says About Her: She digs trendy titles, but only the ones that are actually "cool" to be seen with in public. (No, that would not include books by Mitt Romney or Nicholas Sparks.) The Stieg Larsson books are the kind you can read in a hurry. Plus, you can volley with her on Larsson's writing talents, style and well-rounded female characters. Ask her out now and get the first book; by next Thursday, you'll be hooked on the entire series and have something to talk about on the first date.
Book: Any Bill O'Reilly book
What It Says About Her: Conservatives, as a friend likes to say, are the best in bed because of all that pent-up frustration. And let's be honest, whether you're a Republican or a liberal Democrat, your main concern is the little O'Reilly in your pants.
Book: "The Secret History," by Donna Tartt
What It Says About Her: All kidding aside for a moment, you should pretty much expect to fall head over heels for a girl with this on her Alikewise profile. This book about stuffy college kids who start a ritualistic and murderous Greek cult is unforgettable. And we've found that every girl who loves this book is interesting ... and interested in us.