Last Bell
(Glen Springs #2)


Alison Hendricks




LoveLight Press

Release Date

November 8th, 2017



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After my wife died, I was positive I'd never be able to move on. I held myself together with glue and Scotch tape for my daughter's sake, but I haven't been the same since. I thought a new start in Glen Springs would do us both some good, and after a rocky transitional period, it seems like I was right.

Riley's happier and healthier than she's ever been. She's doing well in school, she's got friends I don't want to throttle with my bare hands, and I know if anything goes wrong, her history teacher will do everything in his power to help her.

There's just one problem: I'm starting to look to that same teacher to help me put my life back together, too. At first, it's just a friendship. But it only takes a few words to plant ideas in my head, and soon I'm questioning if I'm really as straight as I thought I was.

I want him in my bed, in my life... but Riley has to be my top priority. I can't afford to give my heart to someone new.


I've spent my whole life looking out for kids who've got no one in their corner--kids whose parents don't give a damn about them. It's a natural enough fit, considering my own father barely acknowledged my existence growing up.

But David isn't like that. Yeah, maybe he's a little anxious and has a tendency to helicopter parent, but I know he genuinely wants what's best for his daughter. Even if he and I don't always agree on what that is. He's one of the good guys... but it doesn't help matters that he's also exactly my type. Kind. Funny. A big ginger teddybear of a man I'd love to let hold me forever.

I can't fall for the father of one of my students. I just can't. Especially when I'm on thin ice as it is for my unconventional teaching methods. But every time I'm in a room with David, I'm drawn to him. And when that dam finally breaks, we both get caught in the flood.

I could lose my job over this; everything I've worked so hard to build for myself. But for some reason, I just can't seem to stay away.



Book Cover

  • Headless torsos and/or exposed abs – how original


  • Read all at once (normal)


  • That the big muscular guy knew less about football than his daughter; it was different
  • Eric was really funny
  • The inclusion of the 'right in front of my salad' meme was hilariously appropriate
  • Glad David didn't freak out for too long over being bi…
  • Riley's maturity about her dad dating again
  • Jake's 'weakness for gingers' was adorable
  • Jake's the kind of teacher than many kids need, but few will ever get - unfortunately
  • The school allowing Riley to play football with the guys was really cool

Character Depth

  • Chest deep

Mood Upon Completion

  • Happy


  • Very few/no typos

Sex Scenes

  • Decently hot
  • Decently sweet


  • …oh, wait we have the 'I'm emotionally constipated, so we need to break up' trope happening; nevermind
  • They raised $15k via crowdfunding, but it seems like everything they were doing would cost WAY more than that
  • It gets a bit sappy after the parent riding scene - Hallmark movie feelings

Emotional Depth

  • Weakly emotional

Content Warnings

  • Character death (minor, one, past)

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