The Principal's Office by Jasmine Haynes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Reviewed for TwoLips Reviews
5 Kisses, 2 Peppers (M/F, oral sex, voyeurism, exhibitionism, light bondage, sex in public)
Rachel Delaney is a divorced mother of two teenage boys, and she's lonely. Not only do her sons spend every other week with her ex-husband, she hasn't had a physical relationship for a very long time. She was too busy being a mom and dealing with her depressed husband to even think about sex. When she runs into a tall stranger at the supermarket one Saturday morning, it sparks some very naughty fantasies in her head. Then she bumps into him again, and agrees to have coffee with him if they bump into each other again. She isn't ready for a relationship, but coffee couldn't hurt. So when they bump into each other yet again—at a coffee shop this time—it seems like fate has stepped in. The pull of attraction is strong between them, and they agree to embark on a fling...with a few ground rules. No last names. No calling on the weeks that she has her sons. No talking about her to his buddies. No problem. She's overdue for the kind of wild, passionate, heart-pounding deliciousness he can deliver.
But there's a surprise waiting for Rachel: Rand is her son's high school principal. D’oh. If that isn't awkward enough, her older son is acting like a total jackass. Not only is he being a sullen jerk to her at home as he plays her against her ex husband, he's also bullying an autistic boy at school because of peer pressure. As a mother of an autistic child, I wanted to reach inside the pages and sucker punch the kid. Repeatedly. I'm glad he had such a caring and experienced principal to help set him on the right path, because his idiot dad sure wasn't up to the challenge.
The Principal’s Office was absolutely one of the hottest books I've ever read. Rachel's ex made her feel bad about her fantasies, and not only is Rand accepting and supportive, he helps her live them. Their sex is wild, kinky, passionate, and mesmerizing. He’s a keeper and I’m glad Rachel realized it. The way these two burn up the pages is brilliant. Add deep, genuine emotions and a fast-moving plot and Jasmine Haynes has written another definite winner.
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