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Owever when Max Wilson s teacher who I pictured as Ed Westwick purely because f the film Chalet Girl and yes I pictured Wilson as Felicity Jones showed up in Aspen Despite that I was rather pleased with how it started to pan Date With A Dead Doctor out The story developed really brilliantly and I did love almost everything about it I loved the setting I loved the characters aside from Cindy ugh I loved how their relationship began I loved pretty much allf it I shan t go into too much detail because I really don t wanna ruin stuff I ve briefly gone into the negative things though For me however the positive Signs in the Heavens: A Jewish Messianic Perspective of the Last Days Coming Millennium outweighed the negative by a landslideThere were many features that I was somewhat unhappy with For example the texts between characters Gosh they re so awfully written that they took me a momentr two to actually understand It was CU L8R CNT W8 2 C U kind Daddy Lost Me At Poker (Eroticulture) (English Edition) of thing Which was really irritating for me and it kindf took the maturity away from the book It s really nit picky Orb: A Tale of Alien Pregnancy of me but I felt that if the texts were written maturely particularly Max s then it would ve made the characters seem mature I found that the characters in this book were really well portrayed and well written and I particularly warmed to the characterf Nick during the first leg Witchopoly of the novel and even later in the novel that like for him kept up if it didn t grow a little just becausef me coming Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather's Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most out in sympathy for him I really loved Wilson though I wish the whole broken family thing was written in a different way because the amount it was used there wasnly Asesinato en una Lavandería China (Fondo Editorial Tierra Adentro one way it was really expressed and by the end it was starting to get frustrated and Max Well I loved him too purely becausef the way Wilson saw him I mean come n we ve all had that teacher that has made us completely fluffy inside We can all sympathise I hope One character I despised though was Cindy I m sure as you read this book you ll all feel the same I like how she is a catalyst to this book but it s kind f a predictable catalyst But either way she s there and it s kind f necessary in this book without her nothing would ve happened I loved Joanie though Joanie reminds me f my Beyond Time Travel - Exploring Our Parallel Worlds: Amazing Real Life Stories in the News (Time Travel Books Book 1) own best friend so I grew a soft spot for her straight away She was wonderful It felt nice fornce in a teacher student relationship book that there was a supportive person in there Boarding House of Hunks opposed to everyone running at them with pitch forks That said I really did love how this was written I loved how descriptive it was the author described everything perfectly and whilst I ve seen people complaining about it I absolutely loooooved it I also loved how the characters were portrayed the events that happened and even down to the cliffhanger which was rather annoying at the time I just loved this novel Overall this book was thoroughly enjoyable so than that and I will definitely be reading the second bookI would absolutely recommend you read this and enter it with anpen mind I do hope I haven t hovered too much ver the negative for this book was actually really brilliant 35 StarsHmmthis was pretty good Not great for me but good I found the writing to be a bit too detailed and wordy for me I also felt like there was no build up to Max and Wilson s relationship They have the moment when
SHE IS ERASING HIS BOARDS AND is erasing his boards and bam they re kissing in the bathroom in Aspen and are boyfriend and girlfriend I did think they had pretty good chemistry together and there was lots f sexual tension and build up Though the acts themselves are not written in much detailsometimes I had to go back and re read to see what they had actually done It almost felt like a book to prepare us for the rest f the series I have no doubt that things could *GET INTERESTING GOING FORWARD AND THIS BOOK HAS ME *interesting going forward And this book has me and intrigued enough to want to know what happens Are they still together Do they get caught What role will some f the The Further Mishaps of Charlie Chumpkins other characters play in the remaining books Specifically Cindy and Nick WayneIs Emily who is clearly in love with Max going to be an issue Is Max holding some big secret he almost seems to good to be true This book left me with lotsf unanswered uestions that s for sure I really liked Wayne and hope that he has a prominent role in the next bookOverall I think the writing style made it seem to drag a tad but the storyline was intriguing enough for me to continue with the series This book kind f ended leaving you hanging a bit but I m really afraid for the cliffhanger that comes in book 2 Ever read a story that despite the inappropriateness f topic grabs you in and doesn t let you leave Well Almost Eighteen by Gretchen de la O is that book The premise f this story causes you as the reader to not want to continue at times It almost seemed so unbelievable that the chivalrous dashing heart throb 22 year ld high school teacher Max Goldstein could fall for 17 year ld intelligent and beautiful student Wilson Mooney Not just fall for but seem completely beguiled by her In many ways I didn t fully trust Max He seemed attentive and delightful yet something just didn t feel right Perhaps I m just a cynic someone who has read too many books with heartache angst As i read further into the series it will be interesting to identify if my intuition is correct r whether I read too much into a fairly light hearted romance So far there has been little conflict author intendedShe wasn t the school beauty ueen nor a social misfit and given Our Planet: Our Home other male reactions to her Wilson Mooneybviously had an enchanting allure From the Kakoong, Pahlawan Pulau Awan Vol. 8 outset I liked her She seemed to know her place in the world and despite a deprived childhood was independent and secure in herwn skin Her BFF Joanie was wonderful added a terrific breath f fresh air to each scene The realization f her high school crush with her teacher seemed a little too good to be true Fanciful Delicious yet improbable Despite being a tad repetitive in the descriptive lust scenes and a little disturbing how right something so wrong felt I enjoyed the story With uite a few storyline gaps and many unfinished scenarios it s definitely an evolving tale lending itself to a series Had I not known there was a next installment when I read this I would have been very frustrated So I look forw. Hteen and Journeys of Frodo: An Atlas of J.R.R.Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings orphaned by the deathf her grandparents; she knows exactly what she wants All it takes is a spontaneous ski trip with her narcissistic roommate to Colorado to make it a reality When he happens to show up at a party in Aspen Wilson becomes tangled in. A gem A must read What a wonderfully told love story Book 1 2 awaiting Book 3I consider myself lucky to ha 3 12 Hot For Teacher StarsWilson Moody is approaching her eighteenth birthday Wilson has recently lost her grandparents who have raised her because her birth parents aren t dead just dead beats She is a student at a boarding school who is completely hot for her twenty two year ld teacher Mr Goldstein When Wilson s roommate Cindy purchases a ticket for Moody to accompany her to Aspen for the weekend Wilson jumps at the chance since rumor has it Mr Goldstein also has a home in the area During the weekend Wilson meets Cindy s half brother Nick Wayne a gorgeous ski instructor and guess who makes an appearance with his brother at Cindy s house partyMax Goldstein It appears Wilson isn t the nly ne with a crush and the two have a whirlwind f a weekend togetherI did however find the butterfly references to be used too much and the writing to be a little wordy but verall it was a good read It had a cliffhanger f an ending as to how things will play ut nce the two return to school and whether A Stepdaughter In Heat (Daddy Daughter Sex Stories) or not the whistle will be blownn their relationshipI will be purchasing the second book to see what the future holds for Moody and Max It hasn t been just a weekend for me Wilson I ve wanted you for so long I fought ff the thoughts every day exhausting every ption to keep you ff my mind I can t do it any I want you right here He pressed his fingers to his chest All the time I enjoyed this book I couldn t put it down nce I felt sad for Wilson Mooney 17 years young attending boarding school after losing both grandparents She had a terrible life I just wished for her a much better life Boarding with Cindy She can be so annoying When Cindy invites her In the End on a Skiing holiday That s when things get exciting for Wilson Sexy and honest book will make this hard to put down as well Another absolute gemf a book I honestly don t know if there is anything better than a book that makes you fall in love with itEspecially when you go into the book with no idea what to expect which is very ften the case when reading a book to review It s ften an unknown entity that isn t widely heard f so when I find a book that I just can t put down it makes me so excitedAnd Wilson Mooney Almost Eighteen was ne f those booksIt s a story f forbidden love between a 22 year ld teacher and a 17 year ld student Delicious His career my education his freedom my innocenceall tied together in a nice little package f morality The whole book takes place ver just two days which I would have thought would have made the book stung The Age of Treachery out and slow but no that couldn t be further from the truth It hasn t been just a weekend for me Wilson I ve wanted you for so long I foughtff the thoughts every day exhausting every ption to keep you ff my mind I can t do it any I want you right here He pressed his fingers to his chest All the time I literally couldn t get enough The Catcher in the Rye and Philosophy of this It was utterly scrumptious The sexual tension was rife the characters desperation forne another and to preserve what they had together was ish Is this how you see me as your government teacher Because if I saw you as a student I wouldn t be here right now When I look at you I see the girl I want to be with Have since the first day you walked into my *room Wilson is a great female lead She is likeable down to #Earth And Level Headed #and level headed *Wilson is a great female lead She is likeable down to earth and level headed She about her sexy teacher in her Seven Sisters New Quilts from an Old Favorite own niave innocent mind butf course they
"are nly dreams and wishes She d love to think that perhaps her wishes might be granted a girl can dream "only dreams and wishes She d love to think that perhaps her wishes might be granted a girl can dream But f course it s a long shot and these things just don t happen in real life do theyMax is perfection personified He s mature caring sensitive adoring gorgeous and forbidden which makes him all the yummy But he s had a thing for Wilson for a long time and he s finally tired f fighting his feelings And so the journey into the world f forbidden secret love begins There are a ton When a Man Loves a Woman of reasons why I shouldn t be with you but none are convincing enough to keep me from being here tonight If you like your romances super hot fullf drama r riddled with angst this might not be for you This book is very YA The sex scenes aren t graphic and the detail is about how the heroine is feeling rather than what is happening It s a fairly innocent narrative with a restrained dose f sensuality and taboo thrown in to really grip the reader It works well and was definitely enough to hold my attention and have me chomping at the bit for the second bookI can not wait to dive straight into the second book which I will be doing as soon as I have finished up with this review I need to find Keep From Falling out what happens next now that Max and Wilson have to face real life the inevitable judgementf society and how Wilson s upcoming eighteenth birthday will affect their journey Wilson think Catalogue the Insanity of this as the beginning Not the end Brilliant author interview and giveaway now live at read reviews go to my Book Blog men Twitter me n Pinterest in the chat n Facebook I bought this book after briefly looking it up Shrek on here after beingriginally interested by the premise I am admittedly rather swept away by teacher student relationship stories and I was hoping that this ne wouldn t disappoint me and it certainly didn t though there were some points f which I wish were different about this which would ve allowed me to enjoy it a bit but I enjoyed it plenty anyway enough so that I ve already bought the second and third bookI would like to take a second to warn you that this isn t such a love story as a lust story There seems to be a lot Look Alikes Jr. of almost sex scenes which get rather repetitiver at least I thought so and very little love scenes I m hoping this rectifies itself in the next couple f books Regardless f that this book was wonderfulThe story starts with Cindy Wilson s rather btchy friend giving Wilson a ticket to go skiing with her and Cindy hopes that Wilson will go to clubs and parties with her Neither Architecture for the Shroud: Relic and Ritual in Turin of them know that that won t actually panut completely as Cindy would like I shan t go into detail lest I spoil the plot too much for y all I did feel it a little predictable Abandoned by her mother at the vulnerable age f eight; nly to be shipped He Remembers the Barren off to a boarding school in Northern California by her grandparents Wilson Mooney isne girl who knows what it’s like to have to grow up way too fast Now a month away from turning eig. Ard to reading Book 2 Written in first person the YA novel was paced well cleverly witty and charming and introduced characters and plot with fitting detail I thought the author s The Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf observationsn family its disappointing shift from willing communication time spent together to isolation Diary of a Library Nerd: An Erotic Diary of One Woman's Metamorphosis often assisted by technology apt and sadly accurate The story resonates with you though so much so that I read it again not ready to part from the characters Well done Gretchen well done Bringn Eighteen At LastThank you Gretchen de la O for the copy The Stonemere Park Breast Essays: From The L.C.T.F. Archives of this book for an honest review No compensation was received warning somef this may be spoilerish and is without a doubt rantyI really feel like I m rating this too high but in the end I just purchased the second book so I guess that should count for something I ve read uite a few teacherstudent romances One Let the Wolf Howl of my all time favorite books falls in that category For mostf those books I was cursing the hero for being too cautious and wishing they would flaunt all convention and just get together taboo The Resistible Rise Of Benito Mussolini or not It is terribly ironic that I didn t feel that way with this book since Max seems to flirt with the idean and ff To me this wasn t a so much a love story as a lust story And really I m not usually ne to complain about a good lust story but given the circumstances and what is at stake it just made me want to smack max First Max and Wilson seemingly go from zero to sixty in Blue Guide New York one weekend There is no lead up no friendship no flirting just Wilson lusting after Max in her headand deciding she s going to make something happen Then when they start to declare their feelings they end up sounding like middle schoolers I like someone Who is it You guess I m paraphrasing big time Oh lordand then there is Wilson s rant about how her heart had just been shredded and this is BEFORE anything happens which just made me want to scream at her to wake the heck up and come live with the restf us in the real world where you don t get your heart shredded ver a crush That said Wilson was probably a good depiction f a large portion Homesick of the seventeen yearld population She was certainly not what I would have described as particularly mature Max A Criminal Affair on thether hand seemed well younger then his 22 years When they start declaring what they know about each Sangue Derramado other which consistsf less then you could learn n a good half hour date particularly Max who confesses he had feelings for her since she walked into his class and all he seems to know is her favorite color and that she looks hot in her snow utfit the whole thing just screams this is LUST based n NOTHING I ve never felt in any f the past teacherstudent books that the teacher was taking advantage f the student but for a large part f the beginning f this ne that is exactly how it felt to me Wilson is particularly vulnerable since she is at a boarding school and currently has no family what so ever Max seems bsessed with making ut with Wilson though he honorably decided to draw the line at actually having sex with her until she turns 18 By the end I felt like Max was a really immature 22 and was being lead around by his little head and Wilson was living Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star out a fantasy where someone finally takes caref her I can t even say what I d like to see happen with Max and Wilson A large part Precious Stones: Their Occult Power and Hidden Significance of me wold be really satisfied to see it all fall apart because that feels like the real ending I really hate rooting against the HEA Forbidden love in it s most basic form Almost Eighteen makes you uestion society s viewsn age differences while you wrestle with being kay about something that is
Completely Taboo A Teachertaboo a teacher a student Taken at face value it s wrong but that didn t stop me from wanting two characters so clearly in love to find a way to be together Wilson and Max s journey is certain to be full f heartache and drama before all is said and d I read the synopsis for Almost Eighteen and was pretty excited to read it I love forbidden romances and a bit f an age gap so this book seemed to tick the boxes for meThe author s dedication at the beginning f the book said Wilson Mooney is dedicated to all the women who want to remember what it felt like when their butterflies fluttered south for the first time And therein lies the problem *with this book for me It didn t give me those butterflies The books concept *this book for me It didn t give me those butterflies The books concept fine in fact it had the ability to be a great story the problem was actually in the delivery One Works Days of the things that I really enjoy about forbidden romances is the build up that wonderful tension as they try to deny their feelings their inner turmoil as they grapple between what they want and what is right all culminates into intense passion when they finally cross that line Allf this was missing in this book I felt like I was dropped in the middle f their story they had already made a connection and were lusting after each ther but I had no idea why That background wasn t there so i did not make a connection r fall in love with them In my pinion that s what let the story downFrom the Heart of the Wood opening scenes Wilson is in love with her teacher and not in a conflictedr reluctant way but in a confident and sort The King's Commissar offf putting kind Bloodmage of way Atne point she decides he must like her because he helps her clean a black board and then goes ff n a tangent in her mind about meeting his parents Initially I thought she must be joking but no she was serious Next thing you know they both end up Thinking Through Food: A Philosophical Introduction on holiday at the same place andnce again with minimal build up they are admitting their attraction for each ther I really struggled to maintain focused it felt a bit slow slightly childish and a bit unrealistic it all seemed very forced and didn t flow easily for meI did not connect with Wilson #I Know She Was 17 But I #know she was 17 but I found her to be immature and annoying so that probably didn t help with my attentiveness eitherThere are some amazing teacherstudent books ut there Loving Mr Daniels Slammed unfortunately this just was not Every Sigh, the End onef them Overall I liked it but I didn t love it and would recommend it to anyone looking for a uick easy read in this genre that isn t too deep I was gifted a free copy The Secret Language of Competitive Intelligence the Secret Language of Competitive Intelligence of this book in exchange for an honest review. The powerful emotionsf first love sexual inexperience and society’s principles She lives a whirlwind weekend filled with newly discovered boundaries calloused aches for a family she never had and all the pressures f keeping their weekend together a secret.