Class Mate 1 [NOOK Book]

Overview

Explicit adult content! A magical oracle forces the austere Mr. Taggert to fall in love with his capricious student Duncan.

Duncan’s numerous absences caused him to be held back three times. At age 19 his last chance to graduate is in Mr. Taggert’s class. He’s happy to be there since he’s had a crush on the sophisticated disciplinarian for a while. Taggert is shocked when the boy flirts with him. No one’s ever looked at the stern man that way ...

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Class Mate 1

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Overview

Explicit adult content! A magical oracle forces the austere Mr. Taggert to fall in love with his capricious student Duncan.

Duncan’s numerous absences caused him to be held back three times. At age 19 his last chance to graduate is in Mr. Taggert’s class. He’s happy to be there since he’s had a crush on the sophisticated disciplinarian for a while. Taggert is shocked when the boy flirts with him. No one’s ever looked at the stern man that way before. At first he thinks Duncan is teasing him, but the boy soon makes his feelings clear.

Taggert isn’t about to have his career destroyed by a lovesick schoolboy—even one as lovely as Duncan. When Duncan prays to the oracle to intervene the flustered teacher is put in an even more compromising situation!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045024082
  • Publisher: Yamila Abraham
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Series: Class Mate , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 146,574
  • File size: 362 KB

Meet the Author

Yamila Abraham founded the publishing company Yaoi Press in 2004. Over the last decade she's overseen the publication 50 Boy's Love titles including graphic novels, comic books, novels, and art books. Abraham has successfully licensed Yaoi Press titles into several foreign languages.

Abraham is a prolific writer with over a dozen graphic novel and novels in print with four different publishers. She wrote two of Yaoi Press' best selling series: Winter Demon and Dark Prince. She's written hundreds of novels, both yaoi and science fiction romance, that have been translated into foreign languages. Her first scholarly article on the topic of international BL was published by McFarland Press in 2010. Abraham currently works diligently on numerous illustrated ebooks through Yaoi Press' newest imprint, Yaoi Prose. Abraham has been a speaker or guest of honor at 150 anime fan conventions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2015

    Good

    It was good, not sure I'll buy the next book or not but the ending left me wanting, so I might. ;)

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  • Posted February 14, 2014

    Very Cute!

    The cover picture looks very oldtimey yet the actual plot takes place in a somewhat different world! I was surprised to find that it wasn't the cliche "teacher/student love affair"( not that that's bad ;)) but it had some refreshing "otherworldly" elements in the form of a matchmaking oracle deity. So it was a world reminiscent of early 1900s with a teeny tiny fantasy flare. Overall (part one and two) is was a cute story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2012

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    I is first!!!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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