Professor Feelgood by Leisa Rayven ~ Live & Review biology model papers class 10 expressions for opinion essay forum ou acheter cialis en ligne resume template in microsoft word 2010 esl curriculum vitae writers site ca viagra effie dldav pitampura homework go to link go here accutane scalp acne cambridge igcse specimen papers how much water to mix 1g zithromax how to change sender name on my ipad source url see url get link pros and cons about viagra edexcel igcse additional maths past papers essay outline owl reflective practice in social work essays go here recreational use of viagra how to write synopsis essay Also in this series: Mister Romance (Masters of Love, #1)
Professor Feelgood by Leisa Rayven ~ Live & ReviewAlso by this author: Wicked Heart (Starcrossed, #3)
Professor Feelgood (Masters of Love Book 2) by Leisa Rayven
Series: Masters Of Love #2
on September 16, 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 408
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What's a girl to do when a man who's countless shades of wrong feels oh-so-right?

Ambitious book editor Asha Tate is a hopeless romantic. Despite her mediocre track record with men, she believes in swooning, sighing, and the everlasting love of true soul mates. Sure, sex is okay, but she’s not someone who’s ever been driven by her animal urges.

Until now.

When Asha stumbles upon the scorching hot Instagram feed of someone calling himself Professor Feelgood, she falls in lust for the first time. Not only is she left panting over the professor’s insane body, but his angst-filled poetry about losing his one true love speaks straight to her soul. 

Desperately in need of a bestseller for her struggling publishing company, Asha knows the professor’s potential to sell to his millions of loyal followers could be the lifeline her bosses need. However, the ink is barely dry on a book deal before she realizes she’s made a terrible mistake. Sure, the professor is incredibly talented and sexier than any man has a right to be, but the man behind the persona isn’t at all who she pictured. In real life, he’s intense, arrogant and infuriating, and his uncanny ability to rub her the wrong way turns her dream project into a total nightmare.

Knowing that the professor is everything she doesn’t want in a man should help Asha ignore her occasional urges to mount him, but she quickly learns that explosive, unwanted chemistry can make even smart people do stupid things.

Don't miss this sexy new standalone from the international bestselling author of
Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet.

“Whether or not you love someone is irrelevant. The difference between heaven and hell is them loving you back. If they don’t, you can’t do a damn thing about it except pack up your heart and move on.”




I’ve been in love with Leisa’s words since Bad Romeo released. Leisa has a way of telling a story so profoundly that it speaks to your soul. Her words reach in deep and leave a mark that will be with you long after you’ve read the book.


“Love is just friendship on fire.”


Professor Feelgood is nothing like what I expected, it was so much more. I devoured this book from cover to cover and never looked up till I was done. Some of the story was hilarious, some of it was heartbreaking, and the rest was nothing short of outstanding. You are consumed with the story and loving every minute of it when out of nowhere she puts these little nuggets of wisdom that knock you on your ass. It’s one of my favorite things about her books and her writing.


“Loving someone is the easiest thing in the world. Making them love you back is the hard part.”


I really enjoyed that this one picked up shortly after Mister Romance ended and that the two books were set in the same “world”. These two were so meant to be it was obvious from the get go. Their journey was fate and you can feel it leaping off the pages because their chemistry is so electric.


“And that’s what true love is. It’s not being so perfect you never have problems. It’s understanding that no problem will ever be so vast that you can’t overcome it together.”


If you’ve never picked up one of Leisa’s books or you are veteran of her work, I really think you will love this book. I’m a fan of reading books in order so read Mister Romance first. I mean, you don’t have to but I recommend it. I so hope the little nugget of hope she leaves us at the end of this leads to another story in this series. I just love these books so hard.


“What if it doesn’t work out?” I whisper. 

He shakes his head like I’m not seeing the most obvious outcome. “What if it does?”



“Lotteries are a tax on hope, and so is love. Before you even gamble on a ‘special someone’, you have to dig through the landfill of the dating world and try to find a diamond amid all the garbage; and let me tell you, not all of the stink comes off. Some of it is toxic. Long after you’ve crawled out of the cesspool of a bad relationship, the smell of all the shit you’ve been through still lingers.”


About Leisa Rayven

Writing has always been a passion for Leisa, and even though she originally intended to be an actress, it wasn’t long into her time at drama school that she began writing plays.

Those plays were bad. Very bad. Well, her friends thought they were good, but that’s because they were always cast in them and any opportunity to be on stage was met with an obnoxious amount of enthusiasm.

Since then, she’s honed her craft, and several of her plays have been produced and toured throughout Australia.

These days, playwriting has given way to fiction writing, and Leisa’s debut novel, BAD ROMEO, was published through Macmillan New York in December 2014. The sequel, BROKEN JULIET was released in April 2015, and the final book in Leisa’s Starcrossed series, WICKED HEART, will hit bookstores and kindles on May 3rd, 2016.

The Starcrossed series has gained hordes of passionate fans all over the world, and the books have now been translated into eight foreign languages. Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet have also featured on international best seller lists in Brazil and Germany.

Leisa Rayven lives in Australia with her husband, two little boys, three cats, and a kangaroo named Howard.

(Howard may or may not be her imaginary marsupial friend. Everyone should have one.)

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