Beau Pair: An age gap teacher/student romance (A Proper Education) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08K4LQX76
- Publisher : Rhys Writes Romance (October 16, 2020)
- Publication date : October 16, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1633 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 286 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08L3XCFGY
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #93,324 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Gordon is a professor of business and finance at Harlow University. Having a two-year old daughter, teaching at the university and acting as a business consultant in his spare time keeps the 47-year old very busy. After hiring the enchanting younger man to be his live-in manny, Gordon soon finds that he cannot remain impassive to Beau's charms. Add to this the fact that Beau is enrolled in his personal finance class at the university, and Gordon soon finds himself in deep trouble.
Beau Pair is an extremely fun and entertaining novel!! The way the two main characters are described in this book - especially through their personal thoughts - are beyond amazing! The reader is not oblivious to the large age gap between Gordon and Beau, but the relationship between the two is not really presented in a disturbing or kinky way - Gordon and Beau fall in love despite engaging in what society would consider an 'abnormal' attraction. It just goes to prove that love is love…regardless of race, gender age…etc.
The plot in Beau Pair is phenomenal! The way the two men find their way into their relationship is endearing and heartwarming. The secondary characters, especially Zoe and Dolly, help the guys realize that it's not wrong to feel the way they do about each other. I especially enjoyed the sense of family in this book - the 'togetherness' vibe left me with a very happy and content feeling.
A really excellent book!! Highly recommended!! 5 stars!!
I read an advance reader's copy of this book, and am leaving my honest and unbiased opinion of it.
I love when a book jumps right into the storyline, without buildup. That’s my preference, but can overlook it if it’s done right. How fortunate for me that Everly just jumps right in with this book! It was insta-attraction from the get go, and you could FEEL it through the pages. Wow. (Be prepared for me to say wow a lot) It was fun watching them dance around it, try to fight it, and finally just saying ‘f*** it,’ and give in. There is an awkward moment in the laundry room that brought the UST to a head, though. Wow. Yeah...that happened.
I love Beau and Gordon’s interactions and relationship. It broke my heart a little when Gordon struggled with insecurities. I wanted to hug the man. I enjoyed how their dynamic wasn’t ‘typical’ all the time. It was uniquely theirs and made me question things I thought I knew in how relationships go. I enjoyed, and appreciate, how Everly defies stereotypes in this story. It’s a beautiful thing, and very, very steamy. This is his steamiest, yet! You, too, will be stuck saying ‘wow’ over and over again.
This story packs way more than heat. It’s sweet, endearing, and funny. The quick wit, woven throughout the book, made me grin almost more than the tender moments did. This book has fluffy elements, but the combination Everly uses, in his storytelling, keeps it from falling into the OTT fluff category. This book feels different than anything I’ve read, but I can’t quite put my finger on it, other than the points I made above.
I loved the characters that were chosen for this book. From the main characters to side characters, each one was absolutely perfect for this book. Rhys Everly is talented in many areas, but character development is definitely one of them. You can’t help but like them, root for them, and miss them when the story ends. Luckily, this is book one in a series. Since we met Tru in this book, hopefully we will cross paths with our beloved characters again. I can’t wait to find out!
***Although I received a copy of this book from the author, all thoughts and opinions are my own.***