The F Student

The F Student

by Xyla Turner
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Overview

The F Student by Xyla Turner

Cash just wanted to graduate but after his father cut him for screwing up in school, he had no more money and only one semester left. Three opportunities presented themselves and Cash accepted all of them.
One would require him to work with the sassy TA;
The second was degrading;
And the third, would end any chance of graduating if he was ever caught.
Stay tuned for The D Student, The C Student, The B Student and The A Student.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157209247
Publisher: AZINA MEDIA PUBLICATIONS
Publication date: 01/30/2017
Series: FRU , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 123,800
File size: 572 KB

About the Author

Xyla Turner is a USA Today Bestselling and award-winning romance author. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and is a dedicated educator. Outside of reading, Xyla likes to spend time with her family and travel as much as her schedule permits.
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The F Student 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lost-N-Love-N-Hopeless More than 1 year ago
Tragedy takes us all down at some point in our lives. We could have it all together, but when that one incident happens that grounds the world around us to a slow down, a stand still, an utter complete stop. It takes something major to kick-start things again. For Cash, that grinding halt came when his brother/best friend was no longer there for him. Then his father turned his back on him. Down and out he had to get his life back on track. This was to start by not being kicked out of school. This was his key to making something more of himself and his life. Willing to do what it took to get back on track he had to find ways to make some cash and fast. He was stuck with few options. Now, what all would you do to secure your future. Your chance. Trudy walks in on things and makes for an interesting mix to the plans of Cash. She was a stand-up girl. She knew who and what she was all about. She became a barrier to Cash's plans in more ways that trying to stop them. This was an interest, but short read that left some things open for interpretation. There were avenues unexplored that just may come with the others releases from this collection. I enjoyed the characters, the atmosphere, the glimpse in to the mind of a man that feels so desperate to make things happen. The first installment left room for things to change, become challenging, and grow to something more intense.
Rules640 More than 1 year ago
Cash's brother died two years ago. After that he was just dragging on his existence. He started bunking classes and stopped paying much attention to his academics. Then his father stopped paying for his expenses and he had to pay for his college fees on his own. But he was penniless. In the process of trying to earn, he ended up accepting a weird opportunity that changed his life. I would start off by saying that The F student was quick, enjoyable read. The love story of Cash and Trudy, the T.A was cute and romantic. I would also say that I quite liked Trudy's strong woman character, apart from Cash and Shaggy's (Cash's friend) characters. The F student has fight, romance tale, friendship tale, and also jealousy and revenge. All these elements made this book fairly engaging and worth reading. I would like to add that in a few sections of the novel, the events occurred a bit too quickly, so the emotions of these sections didn't register well with me, hence I was not able to relish these portions properly. Overall I would say that The F student was a nice story and would recommend it to New Adult readers.