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Length: 220 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1639 KB
  • Print Length: 220 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1471718972
  • Publisher: K.A Books (January 4, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007GDV5LM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,795 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kiki Archer is a UK-based, best-selling, award-winning author.

Kiki was crowned the Ultimate Planet's Independent Author of the Year in 2013 and she received an honourable mention in the 2014 Author of the Year category.

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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Elena on December 23, 2012
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I thought to give this book a try because the theme seemed to have potential, *and* because I saw so many 5 star reviews. Perhaps the rave reviews are on account of the story, I definitely hope they aren't on account of the writing.

At first I thought that some pages may have gone unedited, as I couldn't quite believe that that could be the general style of the book. Well, I was sadly mistaken, it WAS that bad all from beginning to end. The writing left me feeling like I'd been joked out of my money. POVs are inconsistent, there are typos and very strange ends of sentences, non segues... Personally I found the writing so poor, so obviously, glaringly subpar that I couldn't really get past that to pay much attention to the plot at all.

I can't begrudge those who enjoyed the book and rated it 5 stars, to each their own. But at least I thought to contribute my opinion so that there is a bit of balance on the reviews. My reason for doing so is that I tend to 'trust' or at least pay attention to the ratings of a book to buy it or not, and I think that's more or less common practice for customers here at Amazon, so it doesn't feel right that a book of such poor quality writing is rated so high.

Incidentally, in the last few months this seems to be a more and more frequent occurrence - cheaper books (which I presume to be from *unedited* indies??) with many rave reviews that turn out to be royal disasters. In my opinion.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Telstar on June 1, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Newly qualified teacher, Miss Katherine Spicer got quite a shock on her first day of teaching in her new school. Sitting hidden in the corner is Freya Elton. Freya is the woman Kat met at a gay bar over the weekend. Freya is the woman Kat kissed heatedly. Freya is the woman that just disappeared. Now here she is, as large as life sitting in Kat's class. Freya is Kat's student. Will Kat's career be over before it's even begun?

Freya Elton is a student in her final year at school. Freya is confused about her sexuality. However, she's not confused about her feelings for Kat. Just that one evening and the kisses they both shared has been playing on Freya's mind ever since.

In spite of how Kat feels, she knows she must push Freya away. Forget the kisses they shared that are seared into her brain. Although both Kat and Freya know they can't take things any further, it doesn't dampen their feelings for each other. But Kat can't and won't allow anything to interfere with her career. If only Kat would give Freya a small sign that she is interested, Freya would wait for ever. But Kat shows complete indifference. Will Freya win Kat over?

I came across this book quite by chance. I decided to buy the book on impulse. I'm delighted that I did.

This book is really well written, the storyline is both serious and humorous. Kiki Archer has taken a subject that could be potentially explosive. The teacher/student scenario. Kiki has handled this topic in a really excellent way. Although at the beginning I was rooting for Kat and Freya to be together, I had hoped that that the teacher/student code of conduct would not be breached, leaving the story compromised. I needn't have worried though.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 6, 2013
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This was my first girl x girl realtionship book. It was also a student-teacher romance so I was really anticipating to read this. In my opinion, to say it is a student-teacher romance isn't really true because there wasn't any realtionship while they were in school, they only avoided each other and tried to supress their feelings until the end when Freya finished school and they conffessed their feelings to each other.
This book was an okay read because there were a few things which ruined my enjoyment of the book. One of them was the writing style. there were some parts which, in my opinion, were taken from some third degree soap opera show. In those parts I could see an invisible title that told me "this is the part where you are supposed to cry" or "this is an emotional part, your heart supposed to swoon right now". The other thing is how the bad characters were portrayed like typical bad characters: ugly looking, always looking how to ruin the main hero's day, always going for some stupid plan to ruin their career and good name etc. The third thing is what I mentioned above about the non existent student-teacher romance which is a theme that I really like and was a little dissapionted when I discovered this wasn't really a theme in the book only the morality of starting a realthionship like this.
In the end, I will recommended this book beacause overoll it was very interesting read.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By brussell66 on January 16, 2013
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This was entertaining but a little lacking in the prose. The build to sexual tension was never achieved but overall the book was a decent read.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By codered1126 on May 28, 2012
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The premise was great: a teachers "fling" before the school year comes back to haunt her. I greatly enjoyed the characters in this novel. The main character's friends were a hoot and the building tension between the love interests was nice. However, near the end of the book, the story started to unravel a bit and lacked flow. It was almost like the author got in a hurry to finish the book. For the price though, I would recommend it.
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