I heard your voice, and I knew. I knew I had to be in your class.
I knew I had to be…
As an Accounting student, Rae Jackson has never cared much for poetry, but that all changes when she hears Dr. Connagher’s distinctive voice quoting some dead dude in the hallway. One look at his face, and she falls. Hard.
Piercing blue eyes. Craggy face she could study for hours. And the forearms of a warrior. She can’t sign up for his infamous class fast enough. At least he doesn’t teach Calculus.
But an unknown student can’t hide for long in an upper-graduate English class. He calls her to his office, and all she can think about is that gorgeous cherry desk while his rumbling voice rolls her deeper into her fantasies.
Oh yes, Dr. Connagher. I’ve been a very naughty student indeed.
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Disclaimer: I consider the author a friend and this is an honest review unsolicited by her. This is a re-read leading up to the release of Mal’s story. All the books standalone but are richer when read in order. Especially true of this book, which takes place five years prior to “Dear Sir, I’m Yours.” We meet Rae, who is stopped in her tracks by a voice. I suspect we’ve all experienced that to one degree or another when a voice has caused a visceral reaction. Then she finds out the voice belongs to an English professor and thus taboo. I loved the depth into Rae the letters/diary entries starting each chapter gave me. We also meet Conn, who is tempted by a student for the first time in his career. We have spots of Conn’s point-of-view and hints of his need but not to the depth Rae’s letters afford the reader. The story flows smoothly and hits all the expected romance plot points. As a prequel, it doesn’t end with a happily-ever-after so have “Dear Sir, I’m Yours” waiting.
I love this book. Sure there are a few odd emotionally moments but over all I love it! Highly recommended!