My Review: Hot for Teacher Anthology

My Review:  Hot for Teacher AnthologyHot For Teacher by K. Webster, Elle Christensen, Jane Harvey-Berrick, Celia Aaron
Publication Date: October 18, 2016
Genres: anthology, Student Teacher
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Nineteen of today's bestselling authors...
Nineteen tales of tempting teachers and seductive students...
One HOT anthology for an epic cause.
Sexy, spicy, romantic, angsty, funny, or sweet-however you like your fantasies, these nineteen original novellas guarantee extra heat.
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My Review

Hot For Teacher is an anthology of student teacher romance novels by various authors. It is taboo heaven! Of course I enjoyed the theme of this entire anthology, but wanted to share my thoughts on some of my favorites.

Learning His Law by Celia Aaron featured Penny and Professor Elliot. They had a classroom relationship until an unfortunate event opened the door for more. Their story was hot and fast with loads of steam.

Lucky Chance by Carina Adams
began with snark and sass, setting the stage for what was sure to be a love-hate relationship. Emerson and Chance were both looking for a sultry one night stand. But, they both left a lasting impression on one another from that initial encounter. Until the first day of classes, when the heat got turned up a notch, in more ways than one. Loved this female teacher, male student short story that left my wanter begging for more.

In the Moment by Alison G. Bailey. This story began in a most unique and eye-catching way. One part of life ending, making way for something new. But what? One blind date later and I was lost to this story. The snark and hilarity had me rolling. This short story packed a punch and contained more substance and storyline than some full length novellas. I loved it!

In Spring Fling by Elle Christensen,
Abbi and Logan’s chance meeting turns from fling to love between an innocent virgin and alpha-male teacher. Their story was sweet and hot with an ending the made me chuckle with delight at the prospective irony.

Perfect Chemistry by Aria Cole featured Devon and Karoline. This student/teacher duo definitely surprised me and left me with a sweet smile on my face.

Behind the Wall by Jane Harvey-Berrick continued to showcase this author’s excellent writing abilities. I don’t believe I’ve ever read a student/teacher romance with the setting of Behind the Wall. Ella and Garrett are the two least likely to connect characters. Theirs was definitely a most forbidden romance. Garrett’s character growth with Ella’s tutelage gave me goosebumps, as I became wrapped up in the sweet, bad boy’s web. He was her savior and she became his greatest hope. A most exceptional short story.

Stealing Ms. Brooks by Sloane Howell was such a fantastic short. It tickled my funny bone and gave me the feels. I loved Jeremiah’s best friend, Ringo; everybody needs a Ringo in their life. Jeremiah and Ashley had a fast story that ended in a heart-melting fashion.

Star Pupil by Rochelle Paige was a very interesting and unique take on student/teacher romance, diving into the movie star life of Avery and her teacher, Griffin. Throw in a mean and vindictive mother, and this was a story filled with intrigue.

Shut Up and Dance With Me by Q. T. Ruby introduced us to Cory and Reggie. This novella was sprinkled with innuendos that made my Kindle heat up. I loved that I could identify with Reggie’s desire to spice up her life, and with her quirks and clumsiness always putting their best foot forward; or maybe it was their two left feet forward. Regardless, Reggie was no match for the hot Dr. McNally’s charming and debonaire ways, succumbing to all the heat and passion he generated.

Defy by L. J. Shen
One accident doesn’t have to change a person’s entire life. Does it? Jaime and Melody are the characters of the hour in this short that made me CRAVE more! Both of these characters had an edge to them that kept my eyes dutifully glued to the page. Their dialogue sucked me in, hard and fast and felt like an entire life’s story for the characters opened before my eyes. It was brash, hot, and challenging, but was definitely one of the best in this anthology.

It is no secret that Author K. Webster is one of my favorite writers. It was with great anticipation that I began her selection Schooled by a Senior. Aut was out for revenge and Maise was the unlikely candidate to make an impact on Aut. This short was a tempting and tasty taboo times two student/teacher romance that had my heart pounding and my fingers flipping. Although this was a novella, it packed an entire story into the pages bringing heat, revenge, and sweet satisfaction.

If you’re into taboo, a student/teacher junkie, or just love romance, buy this anthology. Proceeds go to benefit literacy, and that means everyone wins.


5 Stars

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