His Professor
(Dad’s Debt #3)

Author

Blake Feldman

Publisher

Self-Published

Release Date

September 25th, 2017

ISBN/ASIN

B075XLMXCQ

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NOT RECOMMENDED
I’m going to be his first. I don’t care about the consequences.

Students are supposed to be off limits. But at my company’s masquerade, I had a taste of Jamie’s lips and now I’m addicted. He has no idea that the masked man he kissed at an office party is the same one who stares at his mouth every day and thinks about doing more. A lot more.

He’s a student in my class. A pupil with flawless attendance and a 4.0. I shouldn’t be looking at him. I shouldn’t be thinking any dirty thoughts about him and those perfect lips. I’ve never felt this way about a student before. I know the university’s rules. I know he’s almost half my age.

But I don’t care.

Because he’s mine. I’m about to teach him everything.

0.5

Unbearable

Book Cover

  • Doesn't fit the story^

Engagement

  • Read all at once (normal)

Likes

  • None

Character Depth

  • Toe deep

Mood Upon Completion

  • Apathetic

Grammar

  • Very few typos

Sex Scenes

  • Meh

Dislikes

  • Jamie's dad seems a bit anal retentive
  • The author makes it clear that because Jessa is married to wealthy men, it doesn't matter nearly as much if she fails out of college as it would for Jamie; they try to make up for it by saying Jessa's there because she has something to prove*
  • The quick and flimsy premise of his dad running off, and his professor escalating things too quickly
  • Jamie seemed like a victim of circumstances at first, but turned into a 'too stupid to live' character by the end
  • We skip from them having sex in an alleyway to their wedding day to 2 years later with a kid - really?!

Emotional Depth

  • Apathetic

Content Warnings

  • Dub-con (main, one, present)

^The cover was infinitely better than the story
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*Being married isn’t the end-all, be-all for everyone. Sure, some women go to college for their MRS degree, but most don’t. They’re also rarely there because they have something to prove; perhaps they just want to learn or better themselves? It’s not always about one-upmanship.

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