Teacher's Pet by G.A. Hauser

Phaze Publishing

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-59426-940-0

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Pursuing a computer engineering degree, Jeremy padded his class load with a couple of art classes, and when he saw the professor who will be teaching them he was happy he did. Jeremy has never been so attracted to anyone in all of his twenty-two years of living but heís afraid nothing will become it, for one, heís not open about his sexuality and two, Professor Peter Foster is married.

At thirty-four Peter is successful enough as an artist that his teaching career is optional, something he do because he enjoys it. When he noticed Jeremyís interest in him he had to admit it felt very nice to have such open adoration directed at him.  Living in a marriage from hell, Peter had no intention of leading Jeremy on, but the attraction between them is undeniable.

Teacherís Pet had a difficult time drawing me in. I couldnít connect with any of the characters and found myself not caring if it ended happily or not. I was thoroughly confused by Peter, heís twice married and honestly I wasnít sure if he was interested in men or not until his first sexual encounter with Jeremy.  I felt Jeremy was more concerned with losing his friends then being honest and happy with himself, and his personality did a 180 from scared little boy to sexual predator real fast. I also found the women to be extremely nasty, rude and wicked this includes Peterís wife, Jeremyís sister and certain classmates.  On top of the character issues the storyline was not very consistent, and there were editing issues that also added to the inconsistency of the storyline. For those who like teacher student romances with extra hot college boys to spare, which I most certainly do, Teacherís Pet may be a good read for you even though I couldnít connect with it.

     

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