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Lessons from the Professor [NOOK Book]

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Human Behavior Professor, Sidney Rothman is no stranger to heartache at the hands of a younger woman. So when he meets the charming mocha-skinned beauty, he’s wary. Her sweet nature and natural tendency for submissive behavior overrule his fear, and Sidney decides to train her as a sub.

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Overview

Human Behavior Professor, Sidney Rothman is no stranger to heartache at the hands of a younger woman. So when he meets the charming mocha-skinned beauty, he’s wary. Her sweet nature and natural tendency for submissive behavior overrule his fear, and Sidney decides to train her as a sub.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033291670
  • Publisher: Evernight Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/13/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 295,640
  • File size: 493 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2013

    Great read, enjoyed

    It's all about getting to know each, facing your past, and just loving & trusting the other person.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2013

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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book




    Lessons from the Professor was my first Shyla Colt book and I must say she has gained a new fan. Sutton overhears some of her co-workers discussing her in unflattering terms and realizes she really does need to spice up her life a little bit. She’s achieved most of the goals she has set out for herself, it’s time to cut loose and have a little fun.




    I greatly enjoyed watching Sutton grow from a mousy, let everyone walk all over me type of person to an independent, strong, woman who stood up for herself and insisted she be treated with the respect she deserved. Sidney on the other hand is a much older gentleman who has more life experience and he really does an excellent job bringing Sutton out of her shell. Sutton however also helps him heal as well since he was hurt by a woman in his past. That was one trait of Sidney that bothered me initially. He was very insistent that Sutton share her past and secrets but refused to reciprocate. The relationship seemed very one-sided at that point.




    Being erotica, I expected the story to be very steamy. While it was exciting, it wasn’t as hot and steamy as I had hoped. Despite that, I do feel that taking it slow was the right thing to do with the two characters although knowing what I know about men (even older ones) it seemed a bit too slow to be realistic.




    While the story does incorporate BDSM into it, compared to other books I have read with those themes, the author does an excellent job of bringing it into the story tastefully and it does not feel overwhelming. In fact, it seemed a bit on the light side. I’m still not sure I understand the whole “contract” aspect that always seems to be included in these types of stories. It just seems wrong to have to sign a contract to have sex. The author did downplay that portion so my discomfort was minor.




    One question I had and I’m still looking for the answer too is that I felt maybe Leigh and James have their own story out there somewhere. Initially I haven’t been able to find anything but I hope they do as I would love to read their story.
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book




    Lessons from the Professor was my first Shyla Colt book and I must say she has gained a new fan. Sutton overhears some of her co-workers discussing her in unflattering terms and realizes she really does need to spice up her life a little bit. She’s achieved most of the goals she has set out for herself, it’s time to cut loose and have a little fun.




    I greatly enjoyed watching Sutton grow from a mousy, let everyone walk all over me type of person to an independent, strong, woman who stood up for herself and insisted she be treated with the respect she deserved. Sidney on the other hand is a much older gentleman who has more life experience and he really does an excellent job bringing Sutton out of her shell. Sutton however also helps him heal as well since he was hurt by a woman in his past. That was one trait of Sidney that bothered me initially. He was very insistent that Sutton share her past and secrets but refused to reciprocate. The relationship seemed very one-sided at that point.




    Being erotica, I expected the story to be very steamy. While it was exciting, it wasn’t as hot and steamy as I had hoped. Despite that, I do feel that taking it slow was the right thing to do with the two characters although knowing what I know about men (even older ones) it seemed a bit too slow to be realistic.




    While the story does incorporate BDSM into it, compared to other books I have read with those themes, the author does an excellent job of bringing it into the story tastefully and it does not feel overwhelming. In fact, it seemed a bit on the light side. I’m still not sure I understand the whole “contract” aspect that always seems to be included in these types of stories. It just seems wrong to have to sign a contract to have sex. The author did downplay that portion so my discomfort was minor.




    One question I had and I’m still looking for the answer too is that I felt maybe Leigh and James have their own story out there somewhere. Initially I haven’t been able to find anything but I hope they do as I would love to read their story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted June 3, 2013

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