HOT FOR TEACHER
Mandee Mae, Missy Johnson, Liv Morris
M.C. Cerny, Elle Bright, Niquel
Phalla S. Rios, Amalie Silver, Carly Grey
Vicki Green, Nicole Blanchard
Release Date: October 28, 2014
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Ten sexy NA student/teacher novellas by some of today's bestselling authors.
These previously unpublished novellas include:
Debating Number Ten by Amalie Silver
His goal was ten. Ten notches on his bed post before seducing his debate coach, Miss Shields. Will Simon reach his ideal woman, or will he end up Debating Number Ten?
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Deviation by M.C. Cerny
Deviation: an action, behavior, or condition that is different from what is usual or expected. Example: Edith and Jack deviate from the acceptable student teacher relationship.
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The Life Plan by Phalla S. Rios
Everything was perfect, until the middle of my senior year. Our art teacher succumbed to bad health, leaving us with a substitute--and my plans turned to flames, turning into ashes. I thought I wasn't going to fall anymore. But the moment I laid eyes on Mr. Tomlinson, I begin to fall all over again.
This can't be happening…
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Back to School by Vicki Green
Emma Danielson's last year of College and with bartending at night she's walking through life like a zombie. But, when the new teacher walks into her music class she definitely wakes up and takes notice.
Josh Tyler's playing and singing at bar's and practices doesn't give him much time but, when he walks into the first day of his new music class and notices a beautiful girl sitting in the back, a fresh set of issues arise and a whole lot of trouble.
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by Missy Johnson & Carly Grey
We met online.
We’d been friends for nearly six months before we finally met.
Sparks fly. Things happen.
I don’t know what it is we have, but then again, I’m only seventeen.
He thinks I’m twenty, because that’s what I tell him.
But Secrets never stay hidden for long.
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Rite of Passage by Mandee Mae
Haley knew she had a lot to learn since she pretty much grew up in a bubble. She just didn’t realize the classroom wasn’t the only place she was going to be taught new and exciting things.
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The Teacher's Pet by Niquel
The Cunningham twins looked alike but were polar opposites. When Maxine Sheppard, the sexy English teacher, arrived, they had one common goal: becoming the teacher's pet.
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Love Lessons by Liv Morris
Desperate to find a teaching job after graduating college, Tali Tillman returns to her high school to teach English Literature. One of her students and star quarterback, Daniel Johnson, begins to fail her class, so Tali's asked to tutor him after-hours. Lines between teacher and student become blurred, but will they be crossed?
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Teach Me by Elle Bright
History belongs in the past. Or so Savannah thought, until her new history professor decides to teach her a thing or two...
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Extra Credit by Nicole Blanchard
If nothing else the expensive education at St. Christopher's College should have thoroughly instilled upon Eve Stratton the virtues of avoiding risks. But much like her namesake, all it takes for her resolution to be swayed are the smooth words of a charming devil. And Theodore Drake, her new professor, may as well have come with a warning label. Even though she’s well aware that a relationship could mean ruin for them both, there's nothing more alluring than the temptation.
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Review by Brittany
In this anthology, centered around the theme of being “hot for teacher”, there are ten novellas by ten different authors. I read and finished all except one.
The first story in this anthology is Rite of Passage by Mandee Mae. I haven’t heard of this author before, but I am hooked on her writing. This was my first time reading lesbian and group sex, and let me tell you, it was HOT!! I was in a puddle by the end of this novella. It is also different than the rest, because it’s not about your typical teacher. The main character moved into a house the summer before her freshman year of college, and her housemates introduced her to many new things, most of them sexual. I loved this one and I believe it is my favorite story in this anthology. Five stars!
Unwritten History by Missy Johnson and Carly Grey ends on a cliffhanger. Actually, most of the stories in this anthology do. It drove me insane! There’s a moment during this story where I figured out what was going to happen, and I knew it wouldn’t end well. And it didn’t! The ending, the cliffhanger, I’m DYING to know what happens next. When Jill meets a guy over an online dating service, she’s terrified to meet him because she may have fibbed just a bit on her profile… But they meet and he doesn’t suspect a thing. I give this book four stars, because it took me a few minutes to remember what happened after looking at my notes.
In Deviation by MC Cerny, we get the typical teacher and student relationship, except, like many of the others in this anthology, the two somehow knew each other and the student was shocked to see them teaching their class. I felt that Jack (the teacher), and Edie, the student, their relationship progressed too quickly and that I didn’t really get the forbidden vibe from this story. I give this novella three and a half stars.
The Life Plan (Prequel) by Phalla S Rios was one of my least favorites in this anthology. I felt that there was either too much drama or not enough drama. I was either bored or rolling my eyes. There were also inconsistencies with ages, and being a trained beta reader, that caught my eye and took me away from the story. I give this novella two and a half stars. It does end on a cliffhanger, a pretty bad cliffhanger, and it actually has me wanting to read the book that this is a prequel too.
Teacher’s Pet by Niquel is about two twin high school boys, Zeke and Zach. Zeke is your typical nerd, quiet and very studious, a mathlete. Zach is your jock, star football player and manwhore. These two have nothing in common except for one thing… they’re hot for their teacher. And the teacher is hot for one of them… I really liked this novella, I just think that it needed more substance. I give this four stars.
Debating Number Ten was more of what I was expecting in this anthology. Simon is on the debate team, and is hot for his teacher. Like really bad. He’s actually gone so far as to sleep with nine girls in his school, his high school, so he can practice and be so amazing, that his teacher will never want to leave him. He needs one more, number ten, to have the experience he thinks he needs. And when he finally finds number ten, she’s not at all what he expected. This one doesn’t end on a cliffhanger-thank God!- and it ended perfectly. I loved it! Five stars!
Teach Me Part 1 by Elle Bright is another one of those stories where the girl knows the teacher, but is surprised by his appearance. Savannah and Jake, the teacher, start a relationship, and to me it progresses really quickly. I didn’t like that. It ends on a cliffhanger, but it’s not too terrible. I give this novella three stars.
Back to School by Vicki Green is the only novella I did not finish. I hate leaving bad reviews; I do not want to hurt anyone’s feelings, but I think she deserves to know why I didn’t read the whole novella. Her writing style isn’t something that I like. I feel that her structure is sentence to sentence, not written with the overall picture in mind. Some of her paragraphs would be very bland, non-descriptive, but talk about many different subjects. The thing that also really bugs me, is that when time lapses between paragraphs, she doesn’t put a blank line in between them, so I keep reading, thinking no time has passed, but it has. Since I did not finish, I am not going to give this a star review.
Love Lessons by Liv Morris is probably my second favorite story in this novella. It was what I was expecting, the student and teacher hot for each other, really wanting time alone, fantasizing about what would happen when they were alone. Daniel is in Ms. Tillman’s Creative Writing class and is failing because all her does is think about her. He’s also the star football player. Ms. Tillman used to be a student at that school, the star cheerleader but is back now as a teacher. When Daniel is told that he needs help and is going to be tutored by his hot teacher, well, you can guess what happened. I give this five stars!
Extra Credit by Nichole Blanchard is another one I didn’t particularly like. I know that she is a new author, so I know it’s not perfect, but I did not get the teacher vibe from Theodore Drake. I wanted the “This is forbidden, we can’t be seen together” feeling, but that wasn’t there. There was also one scene where I just looked at it and was like “What just happened?” It did not make any sense at all. And of course, it ends on a cliffhanger as well. I give this novella three stars.
Overall, this anthology is one I really enjoyed. It’s the first anthology I’ve ever read front to back. I recommend it highly and think that if you like student-teacher romances, then this will be your bible.