Letters to an English Professor (The Connaghers #1) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!

Letters TO AN English Professor

Although this is book #1 in he Connaghers series, this short and sweet intro reads more like a prologue.

 


 

When Rae hears a voice in the hallway at school, she’s instantly attracted to it, and when she learns that the voice belongs to a poetry professor, she registers for his class immediately. That’s how the story of Rae and Conn begins. Their instant attraction is hard to deny, but so is the fact that she’s a student and he is her professor. So, even though they both want each other they have to wait until the semester is over.

A lot can happen in a semester, but their feelings doesn’t disappear, if anything their flames burn hotter the closer they come to the finish line.

This short story is a classic example of what happens when you assume things and, doesn’t take the time to have an open and honest conversation about expectations. Conn sees Rae a natural submissive and she, well she’s not exactly clear on what a dominant is and in the end it culminates in a not so nice way.

Although this intro into this series is only 45 pages, it’s 45 powerful and emotional pages. Joely Sue Burkhart has a knack for writing dark and beautiful characters, so this only goes to show that quality is more important to quantity.

 

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