High school teacher Grace Thompson didn’t want to be a mentor. And she sure as hell didn’t want to mentor Levi Mondez.
They got off to a rocky start, but it wasn’t entirely her fault. How was she to know he was the lead singer of local rock band, Mondez? How was she to know he considered her short temper a turn on? And how was she to know her best friend, Riley, would fall for him?
If he wasn’t so damn gorgeous it might have made the whole mess easier to handle. If he didn’t transform Grace into a blazing furnace of need, and if he hadn’t confused the hell out of her already bruised heart, life might have turned out a heck of a lot differently. She was screwed.
|This book was okay. It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t horrible. With Levi and the whole teaching angle, it felt like there was a lot more that could have been done with it. All this back and forth with Katrina and Grace’s feelings about her, then all of a sudden Grace is okay with her boyfriend going to spend six weeks with her, I’m not buying it. This had the potential to be an amazing story, but the story fell flat.|
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