Dec 30, 2016

Review -- Extra Credit (18+ read)

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Extra Credit
Author: J.L. Beck
Release Date: December 30, 2016
Publisher: Self-Published
Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
Pages: 125
Format: ebook

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All I needed was a passing grade. I never expected to sleep with my Professor for it.

When Ava told me she couldn’t fail my class or she would lose her student aide I made her a deal that would benefit both of us.

One night of off the wall hot sex in return for an A in my class. Neither of us expected it to be more than one time, until it happened again, and again, and pretty soon we were blurring the lines between student and teacher.

If anyone found out I’d lose everything, but maybe Ava was worth losing everything for.

-This is a STANDALONE with a HEA. It contains hot sex scenes, and a dirty talking professor so get out your text book and get ready to your A.

My Review:
I normally don't go for books like this, but it sounded good to me and I had to give it a go. It was a very quick and short read but very enjoyable. You go right into the heavy stuff within the first 5% of the book, but it worked.

I really liked both Ava and Mr. Caldwell. I felt I got enough of the characters to understand who they were. Ava was a family girl that felt she couldn't let her family down with her college career. Mr. Caldwell was a misunderstood professor that was seen as a sexual want instead of a person.

The book flowed very well. Even with how short it was, it was still able to be understood well and not feel rushed. It was the perfect way to write it.

There are ALOT of sex scenes, so be prepared for that going into the book. They were not distasteful and were written well. They were rather quick scenes and that made it not awkward for me. You got some sexual bits as well as sweet romance mixed in between. She does repeat genital words a bit which made me take off a star for the rating. I just couldn't get past how many times I read one of the words. I needed a little more variety with it. That is my only complaint about this book, though.

The characters were great, the details phenomenal. You were able to flow through the story like you were right there watching, in a non-creepy way. I enjoyed the book very much and am glad I stepped out of my comfort zone to read it.

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