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It's hard to decide which is more disturbing Sheba's obsession or Barbara's. Is this story about infidelity, indecency, desperation or loneliness? Either way quite well written.Published 20 days ago by James M Dennis
Ending leaves no closure; very well written; amusing & dark. Not a beach read. Wish the author had developed the ending more.Published 1 month ago by Dani Swords King
A middle-age female high school teacher has an affair with a student that began when the student was fifteen. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ron K
My only complaint is I wanted it to go on longer. An intriguing read. I like Heller's voice and great vocabulary words.:)Published 3 months ago by Mdwstrnr1
Well written with the narrator being more of an authentic character than Sheba. The story is a bit tedious at times with an unresolved, premature ending.Published 3 months ago by A Petra
The book is good but I saw the movie first and it wasn't like it.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the kind of book that really makes you squirm. On the surface, it’s about a beautiful young teacher named Sheba who has an affair with her 15-year-old student. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jessica Weil