Review: Teacher’s Pet by Gigi Thorne
Publication Date: June 19th, 2018
Rating: 3 Stars
Official Blurb: She's a walking felony, and I should know better.
Hot as hell. Forbidden. Barely legal. My best friend's daughter. And my student.
These are all the reasons I shouldn't look at Coco Garber twice.
Coco's the perfect mix of innocent and sexy, and now I've found out she runs a blog called Teacher's Pet where she tells her readers all about her inappropriate crush. And guess what... the teacher in question is me.
Now the little minx is making passes at me, both as the online stranger who wants to f*ck her into submission and her totally off-limits English teacher. Coco has no idea I'm both of the guys she's crushing on. What am I going to do?
What I shouldn't do is act on it. Tell her to put a blindfold on and call me Daddy. Bend her over my desk at school and spank her. Order her to stop acting out, because now, she belongs to me.
But I never was good at following the rules...
Teacher's Pet is a steamy novella about a hot teacher and his best friend's daughter who just happens to be in his class. If you like dirty talking, dominant older men and feisty virgins, you've found your perfect read. Written by USA Today bestselling author Isabella Starling.
Review: So, the minute I read the description and saw the cover, I was immediately pulled into read this book. I love a good forbidden romance. Older man/younger girl – check. Best friend’s daughter – check. A bit of student/ teacher – check. See, tons of wonderful aspects at being a fantastic book.
This book is definitely all kinds of forbidden, taboo, and downright sinful. Coco and Theo have amazing chemistry, and I loved them together. There were several things that pulled me away from the story though. The times lines didn’t match. One minute the story said one thing, then a few pages later it was something completely different. One character’s name changed three different times, and some of the editing and grammar just pulled me completely away from the actual story. There was so much potential for this book to be a solid 5, and personally, I just couldn’t see past some of these things. It was still a cute story. I just wish I could have enjoyed it a bit more.