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Saturday, December 19, 2015

#Review #Giveaway Dear Professor by @BlaireDrake @InkSlingerPR


Dear Professor,
Does it bother you that you’re ten years older than me? Have you ever thought it’s wrong that you watched me fuck another guy on camera for months? What do you want from me, really? All I wanted was my letter of recommendation, but now I’m stuck, aren’t I? Stuck under your thumb… And your body. From cam girl to personal whore, and all by the age of twenty-one. You’ve got me good, haven’t you? But guess what? I can play too. Grab the polish, because I’ve found your skeleton, and it's time to dust. I’ll see you in class. Oh and, Sir? I’m not wearing any panties. Love, Darcy P.s. you’re an asshole.        

Review - 4 stars

I wasn't entirely sure what I was going into when I picked up this book.  I have to say, I pulled a shallow moment, and got super excited to read it strictly because of the cover.  I started reading and realized just how hot this book was and instantly had to put it down for a moment.  It was that good.  I was fanning myself by the end of the first chapter and sported a blush every time I picked it back up.
Lately, it seems every erotica I pick up, I tend to not finish.  It's not that they're bad, it's just that they're all the same but Dear Professor isn't like that.  It stands out.  It's different and I definitely liked it.  The chemistry between Darcy and J was read so realistically.  It didn't feel like I was in a fantasy, it felt like it was real to me and I loved that about it.  I loved the fire that Darcy embodied, and I loved the rough alpha male J was and how their relationship was supposed to be one way, but took a different road.  There was more than just sex to this book, there's a pretty detailed plot that makes you want to read it all over again just to get all the tiny bread crumbs.  
There was a reason this wasn't a five star for me and that was the change in 1st person to 3rd person when changing POV.  I love a dual POV novel, but I wasn't a fan of the difference tense.  It's probably a nit picky thing on my end, but it threw me off.  I had a hard time keeping up with the 3rd person when I was so used to reading the majority of it in 1st.  Other than that, this was a great read for me.  
If you're looking for a good story line with some seriously hot and steamy scenes, this one is for you.  Just be warned, it definitely isn't for the faint of heart and that's just the way I like it. 

*Review by Danielle 

Blaire Drake is a pseudonym for a New York Times bestselling author who wanted to think outside her box and write the kind of things that would shock even them. She loves taboo romance and pushing boundaries in her work. She also enjoys long walks on the beach at sunset, as long as it’ll be followed by a good, old-fashioned spanking right after. DEAR PROFESSOR is her debut standalone novel, and her next book, PRETTY PORNSTAR, is also a standalone novel that promises to be equally as taboo and sexy.

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