Forbidden romances are my favorite and Amelia Gates sure knows how to write them! Kim is strong, fierce and so aware of herself and her emotions. Her connection to Zayne is instant and intense and even though he is a senior in high school, the pull between them is undeniable. They face a lot of ups & downs, with the struggles coming at them from all angles. Their lust for one another was sweet and emotional and I enjoyed seeing a real connection there. This story flowed perfectly and I walked away really happy and satisfied with the outcome.
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I lean across her desk and dip my head. I can smell her scent and it matches her dress perfectly. It smells untamed and free, light and warm- like laundry fresh out of the dryer. I follow the scent until we are nose to nose. She exhales impatiently, and I breathe her in. A distinct tightening in my crotch only adds to the moment.
Soft gasps escape her lips every time our bodies collide. Again and again I moan her name and the sound of my own voice is alien to me. Not the sounds of deep satisfaction that I'm use to, but something more painful and desperate as if this may be the last time.
I’m a Turner, and in this town a Turner always gets what he wants. Right now, I want her. What I didn’t expect was that right now, would turn into forever. That my want for her would develop into an obsession. There’s only one problem. There is a secret in my house, and when you’re dealing with a Turner, secrets can be devastating.
My father may be a Turner, but…SO…AM…I. If there is one thing we know how to do, it’s get what we want. This time, unfortunately, what he wants and what I want are at odds with each other.
Loving him is the easiest thing I’ve ever done.
Behind closed doors. Where no one can see us.
In the open. When no one’s watching.
Our love is the biggest secret I’ve ever had to keep. The darkest, most forbidden, feeling I’ve ever had to digest. But secrets do what secrets never should. They break barricades of silence and destroy everything on their way into the limelight.
And love? Love does what love should. It muscles up and fights, holds on for dear life, only giving up when strength and hope and perseverance have dimmed to complete darkness.
I am his teacher. He is my student. Taboo, I know. But in this teacher student romance, the roles have been reversed. There is nothing I can teach Zayne Turner that he doesn’t already know… and that includes me.