Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance, Contemporary Romance, Women’s Fiction, Chick Lit
Publisher: Linda Kage
Available Formats: eBook, Paperback
Release Date: April 26, 2014
Junior in college. Star athlete. Constant attention from the opposite sex.
On this campus, I’m worshiped. While seven hundred miles away, back in my hometown, I’m still trailer park trash, child of the town tramp, and older sibling to three kids who are counting on me to keep my shit together so I can take them away from the same crappy life I grew up in.
These two opposing sides of myself never mix until one person gets a glimpse of the true me. I never expected to connect with anyone like this or want more beyond one night. This may be the real deal.
Problem is Dr. Kavanagh’s my literature professor.
If I start anything with a teacher and we’re caught together, I might as well kiss my entire future goodbye, as well as my family’s and especially Dr. Kavanagh’s. Except sometimes love is worth risking everything. Or at least, it damn well better be, because I can only resist so much.
“To Professor, with Love” was phenomenal and I honestly couldn’t stop reading it. It was truly amazing, and I couldn’t have asked for a better romantic story. I loved the unique storyline and the characters were absolutely terrific. I had never read a book before where the female professor and male student started a relationship together, but I absolutely loved it. Noel and Aspen (I love their unique names) were amazing and I immediately fell in love with them and couldn’t wait to read more of their story. Their personalities were wonderful and I loved their chemistry together. I loved that the book was told from both Noel and Aspen’s POV, and I also loved how their relationship progressed throughout the book. The secondary characters were wonderful as well, and I can’t wait to read the next book in the Forbidden Men series, “Be My Hero,” about Pick and Eva. This was my first novel by Linda Kage, and it most definitely will not be the last. I absolutely fell in love with “To Professor, with Love” from the very beginning and couldn’t have been more ecstatic with the outcome!
FIVE “Forbidden” Stars!
~About the Author~
Linda is a contemporary romance author from the midwestern USA, where she lives with her wonderful husband, daughter, and nine cuckoo clocks. The eighth and final child of dairy farmers, she was forced into having a vivid imagination if she ever wanted to do something one of her siblings hadn’t already tried.