What do you do when being with the man you love is forbidden?
You hide it.
Our relationship is secret because he's my teacher, but it wasn't always that way. We met online, when I lied about my age. For six months we built a friendship that slowly moved into something more.
What i wasn't expecting was for my lies to unravel like they did when he walked into that classroom. We're too far gone to try and deny our feelings for each other, so we sneak around like we are ashamed of how we feel.
We steal kisses or the touch of a hand when nobody is watching.The problem is, somebody is always watching and when things go wrong, they have the potential to ruin everything.
Review by Brittany
It is best if you read the prequel to this novel first, found in the Hot for Teacher Anthology
I am trying so hard not to give spoilers, because a lot of the background to this novel is found in the prequel. It’s frustrating. I gotta word it ever so carefully.
Eli is Jill’s teacher. And yes, as you can probably guess, they’re in a relationship. And it’s not one of those kinky “stay after class for detention” relationships; it’s one that is actually built on trust and love.
But being her teacher, both Eli and Jill have to be super careful about hiding it. It’s hard, especially when Jill’s neighbor and residential bully claims he knows something about it.
Near the end, a lot more happens than throughout the beginning and middle of the book. As I was sitting here trying to give a brief synopsis, I realized that.
I think Missy Johnson and Carly Grey work really well together. I could not see any clear pattern as to whom was writing what part, and for me, in a co-written book, that’s a big deal.
There also seemed to be some inconsistencies with timing. As a seasoned beta reader, I pick up on these things very quickly, and that takes away some of the enjoyment of the book.
I give this book a solid four stars. I would love to see more of Missy and Carly together!
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