The Tutor

The Tutor

by Bonnie Dee

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BN ID: 2940151199278
Publisher: Bonnie Dee
Publication date: 07/11/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 346,848
File size: 343 KB

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Whether you're a fan of contemporary historical or fantasy romance, you'll find something to enjoy among my books. I'm interested in flawed, often damaged, people who find the fulfillment they seek in one another. To stay informed about new releases, please SIGN UP FOR MY NEWSLETTER. Help an author out by leaving a review and spreading the word about this book among your friends. You can join my street team at FB. Learn more about my backlist at or find me on FB and Twitter @Bonnie_Dee.

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The Tutor 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the second Bonnie Dee book I've read, and it's another winner. Dee manages to use elements from familiar novels and weave them together into satisfying new plots. Here we meet Graham and Richard, both hampered by their pasts as they try to face their lives and their future together. These characters, along with the two boys and even Tom (the stable groom) are realistically drawn and interesting to spend time with. The plot's eerie elements create tension. It is always "fun" to get involved in a haunted house ghost mystery, although this one creeps up slowly and is satisfyingly handled by love. The attraction between Richard and Graham is palpable and their encounters, when they finally occur, very steamy. It won't be long until I am reviewing my next Bonnie Dee book. So far, her romantic, erotic m/m stories can be counted on to be well-written and enjoyable.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
Once again Bonnie Dee has out does herself. If I could get away with just say, people…. it’s Bonnie Dee… of course it’s brilliant, just buy it. I would. But boss lady, that runs this wants more, so. The tangle web of desist that Graham weaves to get the position is overwhelmed, understandable. The love and connection he feels for the boys and then for the father so well done and natural you forget that we are also fighting a secondary problem within the home. Richard is so consumed with guilt and shame he’s losing focus of the bigger picture, his boys and the baser nature of the feelings that lead him to this point. These two have to dance a fine line before both can succumb to the pleasures of the flesh, and when everything seems to be going well, life and reality happens. Only one secondary person really stands out, Tommy. The rest help the story but without Tommy. The children really make this a complete tale and all four bring it home. I received a copy of this in exchanged for an honest review by Crystals Many reviews
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
This is a perfect blend of paranormal, historical, and romance. Watching Graham Cowrie become the man he invented to better his life is heartwarming as his growing relationship with the twin boys he's hired to tutor. His attraction to the boys' distant father is immediate even with the unanswered questions Graham has piling up in his mind. The chilling addition of the menacing ghost and the equally loving spirit of the boys' mother is a perfect addition to this tale of second chances. If you're like me and love to read some stories "seasonally",with Halloween only a few short months away this is definitely one to keep on your radar but it's an intriguing and eerie read any day of the year.