Author(s): Mia Kayla
Published by MAM Books LLC on February 13, 2020
Source: Wildfire Marketing Solutions
Format: eBook, ARC
Reading Challenges: New Release
Very HotCrazy Woman,You didn’t have to call the cops on me.
I was just looking after my niece.Okay… maybe I shouldn't have been spying on her date. But I know how teenage boys think and what they want.
Did it make you feel good scolding me in front of everyone for just being a good uncle?
Because damn, you sure looked good doing it.
I’m almost positive you were cussing me out and if I understood a lick of Spanish, I’d have
shut you up with a kisstold you exactly what I thought about your meddling, even if you are her teacher.
In fact, I’d like to schedule a
date over dinner and wineparent teacher conference to discuss our differing views on raising the youth of today so we are on the same page when we have children—preferably together. Your Future HusbandMason Brisken
From the moment I read the synopsis for Teacher I Want to Date, I knew I had to read this book. Thanks Wildfire Marketing Solutions for the opportunity to read and review this book.
I had loads of fun reading this book. I laughed for most of it. There were a few teary eyed and steamy moments, which, were strategically placed, resulting in a balanced read.
The characters were such a hoot. Their actions had me grinning from ear to ear. Mason and Gabby were complete opposites, but were perfect for each other. Imagine a straight-laced, health nut and a neat freak who lacks spontaneity with someone who is spontaneous, outgoing and loves chaos. You are probably saying there goes a recipe for disaster, but these two made it work. I liked their initial meeting, which was hilarious. That scene will remain with me for a long time.
As much as I enjoyed the humour, I was glad to see that the story was built on more. The romance was cute even though I found its development fast for my tastes. Mason and Gabby are both recovering from a breakup, with Gabby’s own being the most painful. Her choice in men was questionable, so you can imagine she had trust issues, which proved a hindrance in their budding relationship. In addition, Mason had his own share of issues, which threatened to end what he had with Gabby.
I enjoyed the family dynamics featured in the story. Gabby had a large family compared to Mason. Despite the difference in the size of their families, their interactions were loving, loyal, protective and jovial.
Conclusion / Recommendation
Overall, I found the story to be fun and cute. This book works well as a stand-alone, but I would love to read the stories for Mason’s brothers. If you enjoy romantic comedy, you may want to pick up Teacher I Want to Date.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- New Release