One night of passion with a complete stranger.
My last tryst before senior year.
But I was lost the moment his tempting lips were on my skin.
His intense touch
Off limits. Forbidden. Illicit.
If I were to describe this book using one word, it would be interesting. This was not just a story of a student and teacher falling in love with each other; it was also a story of survival and acceptance. Forbidden love stories have always been one of my
I’ve stopped wishing for
extraordinary. I’ve stopped wishing for that one moment soprofound it will change everything. I know it will never happen, so there’s no point in dreaming. But like all things in life, extraordinaryhappens when you least expect it, and in the blink of an eye, everything can change.
This complex, emotional and passionate story had ups, downs, twists and turns that made me feel as if I were on a roller coaster ride. The range of emotions experienced as
Carson and Lyn both had issues that played a role in how they related to each other. I loved them both, but I must admit that sometimes I felt (if it was at all possible) to knock sense into them. I understood how conflicted Carson was about their feelings for Lyn, however; I did not agree with the manner in which he dealt with the situation. I thought the author did a good job in her portrayal of Carson. I enjoyed discovering what made him tick.
Initially, Lyn’s actions did not endear me to her. She lacked the maturity for an adult relationship, which her
Lyn’s mom and ex-boyfriend, Matt were not likeable characters. Her mom is a piece of work who needs lessons in what it means to be a mother. Matt is a douche, which I had established at the outset and reaffirmed as the story progressed.
Relationships/romances that are forbidden can never progress smoothly as Lyn and Carson would discover. There were hills, valleys, and bumps that came in various forms, but through it, all their love for each shined through.
Although I enjoyed the story, it was not perfect. There were moments when I felt disconnected from the story, due to the unnecessary and at times over the top drama. Fortunately, it did not detract from my enjoyment of the story. Overall, this was a well-written story, one I recommend for fans of
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