Also by this author: Until Tomorrow, Just for Now
Series: Flirting With Trouble #1
Also in this series: Until Tomorrow, Just for Now
Published by InterMix on November 17th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, One Night to More, Opposites Attract, Student Teacher Romance
Character(s): Bad Boys, Tattooed & Pierced Bad Boys
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The first edgy, sexy novel in the Flirting With Trouble contemporary romance series.
She may be the teacher...
All Hyacinth "Cyn" Hendricks ever wanted to do was make a difference in the world. But when she joins the faculty of a Baltimore reform school, she discovers that she’s bitten off more than she can chew. Because the last thing she expects when she meets her newest student is to see the guy she met—and made out with—at a bar last week.
But he’s the one giving her a lesson...
To Cyn, Smith Asher is an enigma. The 20-year old doesn’t look like a high schooler and he certainly didn’t act like one the other night. Despite the smoldering chemistry between them, she knows she has to squash this dangerous infatuation before it gets them both in serious trouble. But her desire for Smith—and his lust for her—quickly grows too hot to ignore. And Cyn soon learns that there is one thing worse than teaching someone you’ve seen nearly naked...
Teaching someone you want to see nearly naked again.
Let this be a lesson to you: if you’re about to start a new job, do not–I repeat -do not hook up with some guy at a club (or a fair, or a grocery store, or anywhere) the night before. Because he will end up being your boss, your colleague that you are forbidden to have a relationship with, your teacher, or in this case, your student. Just stay home, alright?
Cyn can’t believe it when the guy she hooked up with at a fantasy club the previous week turns out to be her 20 year old student at her new alternative school teaching assignment. She knows nothing can ever happen with them again, but he’s not having it. The student, Smith, was hot and alpha, but I don’t know. I didn’t love this story. I didn’t feel their connection enough. This is Annie Kelly’s debut, and I liked it. I’ll be checking out the next book in the series, for sure.