- File Size: 2692 KB
- Print Length: 307 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523442611
- Publisher: JMF Publishing INC. (January 19, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0193FC3PM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #327,486 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cammie Healy (Mitchell - Healy Series) Kindle Edition
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Cammie's life is set up for her. Graduating soon and heading to Stanford on scholarship for Med school. What more could one need? Throw in a sneaky prof and a few lies and all heck breaks loose. The worst part is how fast her once awesome future is at risk...
- Now I’ve come to understand love and lust are commonly misunderstood. I let my own desires blind me from the big picture.
- “How bad? Like, Cassie bad, or your idea of mischief?”
- “Girl, he’s been back for a couple weeks. When he stepped in the door the first time my vagina exploded.”
- “No. My dad would expect me to do that. He’s probably waiting in my room cleaning his shotgun to freak me out.”
- Snot flew out of my nose as I continued to laugh uncontrollably.
- “I’d still want you if you had six kids with five different fathers. I might wear four rubbers at a time, but I’d still want you.”
- “I’ll be home by lunch. Maybe, if it’s not too much to ask, you could be naked and waiting for me on the kitchen counter. I’m usually starving when I arrive home.”
- “It’s why I’m always prepared. I never know when Cammie Healy is going to take her pants off for me.”
The reason for that lies, not in any out dated notions about teachers being older than their students, but rather its premised on the power imbalance that such relationships inherently have. The teacher holds the immediate fate of the student firmly in their hands, which gives them all sorts of opportunities to coerce and manipulate their students into situations they wouldn't normally choose for themselves if their grades didn't depend on it.
The really clever ones will even make it seem like its all the student's idea.
Cassie Healy, having spent years, thousands of miles away from home, diligently working towards her bachelor's degree, suddenly finds herself struggling. For the first time in her life, her best efforts are not enough, and its time for her sexy older teacher to step in and ... assist.
Author Jennifer Foor, has Cammie share with us, first hand, exactly how Professor James Willis goes about assisting her, from the first 'could you stay after class' right through to the final 'you need to get rid of it'.
Then, deviating from the formula of so many student/teacher romances, Cammie packs up and heads home, heartbroken, and searching for support from the people who have always been there for her, even though she suspects how disappointed they'll be with her choices and actions.
Its at that point that this story takes a few unexpected twists. Ones I certainly didn't see coming.
The latest in a long series of interrelated stand-alones Cammie is very much its own story and could easily be read as such, but nevertheless fits within the framework established by some twenty other related works that tell the stories of Cammie's extended family members.
I loved this book, following along with Cammie's story and wondering for much of it who might step into her life and be there for her when everything seemed to be slipping through her fingers. Particularly striking to me, above and beyond the two love stories that Cammie tells, one of which ended spectacularly badly, is the coming of age moment when as her parents come to realize that their little princess isn't all they hoped and believed she was, she too is forced to face that heartbreaking realization that they aren't everything she'd always believed and hoped they'd be either.
Really touching, tearjerking stuff, interspersed amongst the sweet and the sick, the romantic and the very very hot.
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