The Way She Moves [NOOK Book]

Overview

College student Susan Corday had a serious crush on Professor Charlotte Stangel, there was just something about the way she moved that made Susan feel all tingly inside. Tommy Malcolm was aware of Susan?s crush on her professor, he didn?t mind her lesbian tendencies as long as Susan gave him what he wanted even if he had to black mail her to get it. Susan has to decide if she will settle for Tommy to make her parents happy or be true to herself...
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The Way She Moves

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Overview

College student Susan Corday had a serious crush on Professor Charlotte Stangel, there was just something about the way she moved that made Susan feel all tingly inside. Tommy Malcolm was aware of Susan’s crush on her professor, he didn’t mind her lesbian tendencies as long as Susan gave him what he wanted even if he had to black mail her to get it. Susan has to decide if she will settle for Tommy to make her parents happy or be true to herself and pursue a relationship with Charlotte.

Warning book contains explicit sex and is for adult audience only.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012272607
  • Publisher: Nikki Shannen
  • Publication date: 2/13/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 63 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2011

    Family Trials and Blackmail

    Story about a college student Susan who's in love with her professor. An old family friend sees the two women together an assume they're having a lesbian affair. He wants Susan for himself and threatens to destroy the professor's career and social standing in the community. Susan tries to protect the woman she loves by submitting to blackmail, until she can endure it no longer. When she stands her ground and fights back a lot of family secrets come to light.

    I enjoyed the love story between the two women, but I'm not going to lie some of the sex scenes are hardcore and very explicit.

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