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This was a rather good book. I enjoyed it, it was hot, and there was also some nice characterization.
I liked Rachel. She is struggling with her two sons, newly divorced and trying to stay nice with her ex-husband, and then accidentally forming a relationship with her son’s principal. She flounders a few times, but I like where she stood by the end, what she decided to do for herself, along with her relationship with her sons getting better. And I definitely like how she stood up to her ex-husband.
Rachel and Rand are definitely hot together. I felt that they really were getting to a place where they could have a real relationship together, along with Rand getting along with her children. And the sex was really nice; kinky, with variety, some roleplay and voyeuristic stuff.
This was an all-around good book. I liked the characters and their growth, and I liked the sexy stuff. I look forward to reading something else by Haynes.
All the books in the series are very unique, loosely related- so they can be read as stand-alones and treat difficult subjects with tact: the death of a child, cancer and now bully.
The sexy storylines are almost a bonus.
I liked that the characters in "TTPO" were real adults going through difficult choices and facing very day-to-day problems, such as sullen teenagers and school violence.
I liked that the main character, Rachel, was strong and vulnerable.
The chemestry between her and the hero, Rand, is real and touching.
The difficulties they face made them very ordinary and yet, the reader could still cheer for them and feel the sexiness of their encounters.
With a principal like that, who would not want to be sent to the principal's office??