Also by this author: The Matchmaker's Replacement (Wingmen Inc., #2)
Seducing Mrs. Robinson by Rachel Van Dyken
Series: Bro Code #2, Wingman Inc
on December 18, 2019
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult
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We've all been there, some more than others, you know what I'm talking about, where you have the hots for the new business teacher.
I was one hundred percent that guy. I shamelessly flirted with her my senior year, only earning her irritation more and more. On graduation, I stood up to her husband after he got violent, and I'll never forget the look in her eyes when she told me it wasn't my place.
Fast forward to my senior year of college and what do you know, the new adjunct professor is the one and only Mrs. Robinson, she's eight years older than me and smoking hot. Did I mention divorced?
She looks at me like I'm trouble, and I'm only happy to deliver on that promise. I'm going to show her how a real man treats a woman and use every weapon in my Pleasure Pony arsenal to do it.
Go big or go home.
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There is so much about this book that is right, I couldn’t even name one thing that is wrong. It’s just perfect.
“I don’t like that smile.” He was wearing his usual uniform, jeans and a black T-shirt that showed off a bit of chest tattoo that usually drove the females wild.
“Well, that’s offensive.” He grinned harder. “Don’t you think that’s offensive, Slater?”
“Gotta be honest bro, I’m wounded on your behalf.” Slater put a hand against his chest and shook his head. “Besides, you have a sexy smile.”
“Dude.” Finn held out his fist, “That came from the heart, thank you for this moment.”
I don’t know how she does it, but Rachel is phenomenal at the male POV, banter, and making the dialogue come across as real. It never feels forced, and that’s one thing I love the most. I love it when an author can write the male POV this good, I usually enjoy that POV the most.
I put a hand on her shoulder and very gently leaned in and whispered. “A-minus.”
“What?” She jerked back. “Are you sure you don’t mean A-plus?”
“Oh, she wants extra credit now?” I teased. Her scowl was adorable.
“I did good.”
“Good isn’t great though, is it?” She stomped her foot. Holy shit, I was keeping this woman forever. She just didn’t know it yet.
I typically struggle with novellas. They are usually an insta-love story, and I never enjoy those. This book felt like a full length book with how well she handled the chemistry between these two. It felt real, it felt right, and it was electric. This is now tied with my #1 book by her, and nothing has gotten close to that book till now. Bravo Rachel, Bravo