- File Size: 3980 KB
- Print Length: 334 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Warm Hues Publishing (January 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01AIS80FK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,192 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Getting Schooled (The Wright Brothers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Once again Ms. Jones has rewarded her reading audience with a hot storyline laced with lifelike experiences readily identifiable to readers of all ages, ethnicities and creeds. No matter which bracket you fit in, you will be fully engaged within the telling of this tale. We are introduced to a teacher's assistant and an injured war vet. His injuries have him depleted both in the physical and the mental, but Ms. Jones leads us down an intriguing and loving path which encompasses both the deficiencies and strengths of our characters; and what an exciting path it is. Her grip on prose that literally steals your breath away is so,endearing and keeps the strings of diverse hearts beating erratically from the first to the last word.
I love that this is not a cliff hanger read and admire this author's pleasurable ability to release multiple books which all encompass a beginning, middle and ending. She proves to us, and surely her co-author peers, that books like this can still be written. Hopefully, this art will continue to be done and perfected. I, as a reader, find this new type of writing to be exhausting and unwarranted. Kudos, Ms. Jones for departing from this type of writing.
Jason Wright is an Army veteran who has returned home to achieve his degree in Engineering at fictional Blakewood State U. His professor, Dr Imara Bryant has a graduate assistant that's just a little too much Princess for him. Too bad, cause she fahn.
Reese accepted a position as grad assistant in her mother's black literature class, knowing that she wouldn't get any special treatment and that she'd probably work twice as hard. But she didnt' expect the intellectual stylings of a particular student who woos her with his words before she ever meets him. And when she does?
Flint meet match. Neither are shy. Neither are shrinking violets. They each have sharp tongues, young minds and bodies that are READY.
Something I appreciate about this story is the inclusion of Jay as a Wounded Warrior without making it a huge focal point of the story. Reese is never not ever bothered by his prosthetic leg and it certainly doesn't.....hold Jason back. At all.
I had the pleasure of Beta reading this story and every single chapter had me cracking up.. Reese and Jay have a rhythm of banter that was fun and delightful to read. And FINALLY Christina wrote a character who did some dirty and got what she DESERVED. I was THERE FOR IT.
Really enjoyable read. Now bring on them other two Wright Bros. Let us get a look at 'em.