- File Size: 5064 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 15, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B085WFWWHV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,117 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Teacher (Friend-to-lovers/age-gap romance) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Ava Erickson is an experienced audiobook narrator who specializes in romance and erotica. Nominated for an Audie Award for J.A. Huss's Taking Turns, she loves to travel the world and gain inspiration from all of the far-away places she has visited.
Brian Pallino is an audiobook narrator who specializes in contemporary adult and romance novels. The voice of several multi-award-winning series, he loves to bring books to life. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
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You’ll be thrilled to learn I invented a new body function reading this. The sob-guffaw. Yes it's heavy and yes it's totally light. Daniel almost steals the show with his combination of dark alpha tendencies and all his teaching just slayed me. HIs "my body is yours" UNF! Hanna take that man up on his offer. These two... the journey they go on, it will break your heart and mend it in just one scene over and over. In Teacher, Cole has upped her game with some pretty great storytelling, and some surprisingly angsty longing full of romance that scratches a little at your soul.
So my review is basically: If you’re looking for an adult romance that mixes the signature lewdness we expect from Fiona Cole with a throwback vibe and true romance stakes, Teacher is a fantastic read.
Briefly, the plot: Hanna is a geeked out confident woman with a horrific and well-developed backstory. She can’t be touched and forget about intimacy. She’s a self-contained ball of pressure, full of shame and longing, her life is a torture. She’s nerdy and sweet, yet hides herself away crunching numbers at her brother’s business, content to live a passionless PG13 life.
Daniel just gets her. Sure, he’s the owner of a sex club where watching is on the menu. He encourages Hanna to take advantage of the safety the viewing rooms give her, to pursue her libido, to open her mind and body to pleasure. They have a strong connection and through a mutual agreement, he joins her watching. And this leads to more. It’s really well done. And Oh joy… *whispers* there’s not an jerk in sight. :)
Daniel: I love you! He's FlockHOT and a great listener, with his own steam trunk sized baggage.
Hanna is a strong lead, even though she’s massively broken. There’s a heavy backstory here, but Cole never panders and she doesn’t linger too long in the details, she lays it out so well, but with enough distance that we the reader can figure it out ourselves. Teacher is the smarter more mature version of Savior, a heavy and slightly unrealistic story that wallows in trauma. That is no where in this tight sexy romance.
Daniel… from what I knew about him in the previous books, I was not expecting the patient charmsicle. Things I like about the reserved anti-hero:
His mouth, even though Hanna insists he not talk, the dirty earnest things that fly out of his filthy mouth. *Bites cheek*
His big heart.
His raw honesty, even when he knew it would probably destroy every thing he and Hanna were building together.
I Floved his aloof attitude about what was happening between Hanna and him.
The story may be light on plot as we hit the crescendo, but it was really romantic. The Voyeur series is over, and while it’s impossible to make every book the best ever, I will say Teacher joins Another (OMG that book IAN! Carina!) as the stand outs. In both of these stories the women are in charge of their own sexual agency and I enjoyed that very much. It's too bad that in many ways it's the exception (in romance books, not Cole. Cole is the exception). It’s refreshing to read about conflicted men that don’t treat the women like garbage until there are only ten pages left.
Congrats to Fiona Cole, she has another hit on her hands.
Hanna was vulnerable yet had an inner strength deeper than even she realized. Daniel had me swooning from beginning to end with his inherent kindness and need to help Hanna any way he could. I hope we're all so lucky to have a partner like him in our corner. Daniel's "lessons" and how he encouraged Hanna to embrace her desires was an incredible reminder that our past doesn't dictate our future. I loved the chemistry between them and how they had me cracking up laughing one minute, tearing up the next and then swooning later.
Throughout this series I have truly enjoyed that these phenomenal characters are ones that are all relatable. Hanna's story was one that though hard to think about needed to be shared because it is an issue individuals have dealt with on a daily basis. Teacher was the perfect way to end this series although it's also a bit bittersweet to say goodbye to the amazing characters and the Voyeur world.
I love age-gap romance, plain and simple. Give me a mature man any day, any way. What makes this book stand apart from so many others is Hanna's age and her brutal past. She's not a naive teen, she's a young woman who's been dealt a rough hand in life. And she's ready to start living. Daniel, one of the owners of provocative club Voyeur, is a family friend and a man who steers clear of serious relationships. As a friend, he offers to help Hanna...to teach her how to flirt, how to seduce, how to regain her confidence. And teach her he does....
Teacher is one of a handful of books that I know I'll reread again and again. I feel that way about all the Voyeur series, but this just might be my favorite.