Monday's Book Spotlight

Last week, I realized that I never finished a certain book. I wouldn't have thought about it had I not seen teasers on Facebook for the sequel. Once I realized that, I jumped to finish it. Schooled by Deena Bright is this week's spotlight. The sequel just released. I'm super bummed that I'm still on my book buying ban and can't buy it.
Schooled

The horrifying shock of witnessing her husband banging his skank-whore secretary spurred this ever-wholesome and rule-following teacher to seek some new lessons of her own. A young teacher learns about sexuality, pleasure, and satisfaction from rather unlikely and forbidden teachers, her former students, now recent college graduates. Not only does she get “schooled” by the beautifully-built all-American football player who struggled to pass her class, but she also learns a few tricks from the innocent, well-read, and thoroughly sexy bookworm. Both men teach her that not all curricula worth learning comes from a book.

Go through the journey Janelle Garrity-Flowers faces after discovering her husband’s infidelity. Growing up, she followed the rules, but now, she wants to defy the norms and play by her own rules. Janelle explores her own sexuality, searching for pleasure beyond her wildest dreams. However, despite this callow teacher’s “lesson plan” of forgoing the rules and not letting emotion get involved, the teacher must decide between the athlete, the scholar, and the career she loves. But what or who does she love and want more?


My Thoughts as Seen on Goodreads:
Holy moly! Loved it and Leo is my favorite (in case you're wondering.) I can't wait to read more from Bright. I've been reading the teasers for the next one on Facebook and then I realized I never finished this! Of course, I had to come and finish it. So happy I did!

I love the teacher/student (current or former) relationship books. It's fascinating to me. It's the ultimate "forbidden love" for me. Go read this. You're bound to enjoy it. I know I did.

Have you read Schooled? What did you think? What other student/teacher relationship books do you love?