Genre: #StudentTeaccherRomance #OlderWomanYoungerManRomance #AgeGapRomance ContemporaryRomance
My Rating: 5
Publication: July 5th 2019
Read: July 8th 2019 *ARC provided by Enticing Journey Book Promotions
POV: First-person dual perspectives
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Failing wasn’t an option, but apparently falling for my professor was.
Attending the prestigious King University is one of the many things I must do to keep my parents happy and my trust fund secure.
Having a stellar transcript is another. Unfortunately, my grades are slipping and the only available option is setting up extra help with my professor.
After the first study session I know I’m in trouble. Her tempting lips and the honey scent of her perfume tests my resolve until it crumbles. One shared kiss and I’m willing to risk it all.
Professor Martínez may be my downfall, but falling never felt so good.
📝My Review📝: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Loved this one!
I admit I was wondering to myself how much I would enjoy this book. I have never been a big fan of the older woman/younger man trope. It’s just not something I connect with. However, I will also admit that this author has written two books in this trope which I enjoyed. Especially this one. First, I’ll say, I appreciated how the H/h didn’t just jump into anything. Both tried to fight it and the sexual chemistry and tension rose and burned at the perfect rate. Each of the main characters were dealing with life issues and just trying to get through each day, that would bring them closer to the resolutions they needed. Unfortunately, Harper and Connor could only keep away from each other for so long. The great aspect about that for me was that when this couple did connect for the first time, I believed it. And having both Harper and Connor’s perspectives helped a great deal with that. Both of their inner struggles made this book more complex, more honest and more enjoyable.
That said, while the relationship was simmering, the writing pace was perfect. Most of you know that Remy Blake is two authors. Another great aspect of this book is that you can’t tell there are two completely different author perspectives in this story. Every word flows perfectly into every sentence, then every page and chapter. Seriously, Debauchery is a great read that I highly recommend. This was book three and my favorite of the King University series. There are quite a few secondary characters in this book; especially Harper’s older brothers. I hope that some day, we might get books for them as well.
Another great five star read!
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂