First of all, we would like to say big thank you to all of you who helped us spread the word about Autumn Taboo feature. Huge thank you to everyone who told us about books that might interest us. The biggest thank you to all authors that twitted, talked to us and are willing to answer our questions.
Today we have updated list of novels talking about student/teacher relationships. All of them won't be spotlighted on Way Too Hot Books, but we thought that it would be a good thing to share all titles we managed to found. So, if you're interested, find them and read them. Click on the title to see book on Goodreads.
Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard Teach Me by R.A. Nelson
Honor Student by Teresa Mummert Preservation by Rachael Ward
Losing It by Cora Carmack Lost In Light by Kat Kingsley
The Low Notes by Kate Roth Arouse by Nina Lane
Unteachable by Leah Reader Me, Cinderella? by Aubrey Rose
The Yearning by Kate Belle A Season of Eden by Jennifer Laurens
A Different Blue by Ami Harmon The Ivy Lessons by J. Lerman
Taming the Beast by Emily Maguire Sweetest Taboo by Eva Marquez
Boy Toy by Barry Lyga After Class by Ella Morris
When Summer Ends by Isabelle Rae Innocents by Cathy Coote
Drowning Instinct by Ilsa J. Bick If I Stay by Evan Reeves
Griffin's Law by Mary Anne Graham Forbidden by Ryla St. John
Tampa by Alissa Nutting Broken Ever After by Natalie Graham
What Was She Thinking? by Zoe Heller Prey by Lurlene McDaniel
Amy and Isabelle by Elizabeth Strout College Girl by Sheila Grace
The Rehearsal by Eleanor Catton You Deserve Nothing by Alexander Maksik
Hummingbirds by Joshua Gaylord The Adults by Alison Espach
Where You Are by J.H. Trumble Love Lessons by David Belbin
A Kiss Remembered by Sandra Brown Gone by Kathleen Johnson
The Coming Storm by Paul Russell A Perfect Game by Reno MacLeod
Hush by Jacqueline Sauvageau Baumgartner Generations by Selena Kitt
After Class by Megan Hart Nocturne by Adrea Randall and Charles Sheehan-Miles
Everything Beautiful in the World by Lisa Levchuk
The Preservationist by Justin Kramon
AH! I read Drowning Instinct a few weeks back because everyone told me it was a must read and I loved it! Now I am looking out for more books about the subject because it's the definition of forbidden romance, and who doesn't like that? Great list!ReplyDelete
Exactly!:) I haven't read much myself, but my friends told me that Unteachable and Nocturne are really good. I've finished Good last night, I'm still confused what to think about it, but it was hot.Delete
Great list, i have read gabriels inferno and loved it, since then i picked up losing it after seeing it here so ill be adding more i am sure! :) xxxReplyDelete
I'm glad that I could help, Emily.:)Delete
You guys should definitely check out On the Island as well! :)ReplyDelete
It was really good.
Thnx for recomm :), we will. I heard only good things about that book on GR.Delete
I've just published my first ever novel, a student-teacher erotic romance called "Forbidden Lessons". (Female pupil, male teacher). If you ever update this list again I would love you to consider it for inclusion.ReplyDelete
I'm also happy to send you a copy.
Nice list :)ReplyDelete
Hello, I've just published my second student-teacher romance novel, after getting such kind reviews for my first one! It's called "Summer's Edge". Very happy to send you a review copy if you like.ReplyDelete
I must say that book was really amazing...Delete
Hey! Can you please help me find this student teacher romance novel. I can't remember the name of the book.ReplyDelete
The main girl character was raped and was pregnant. Then she was admitted in a hostel and there her teacher helps her with all the stuff and they both fall in love. the first time they meet, the girl was passed out.the girl also have panic attacks. the guy who raped the girl was also studding there. At the end the girl marries her teacher and also starts teaching in the hostel.
Black Rainbow can also be added....its such an amazing book.ReplyDelete