The Professor's Secret Passion

The Professor s Secret Passion Professor Aidan Sheridan has secretly fantasized about his grad student Nathan Turner for two long years And now Nathan is hinting he d like to move beyond their professional association to somethin

  • Title: The Professor's Secret Passion
  • Author: M.L. Rhodes
  • ISBN: 9781592795994
  • Page: 133
  • Format: ebook
  • Professor Aidan Sheridan has secretly fantasized about his grad student, Nathan Turner, for two long years And now Nathan is hinting he d like to move beyond their professional association to something on a deeper, intimate level Although Aidan longs to claim the sexy, younger man as a lover, he doesn t dare admit that he, too, burns for Not if he intends to pProfessor Aidan Sheridan has secretly fantasized about his grad student, Nathan Turner, for two long years And now Nathan is hinting he d like to move beyond their professional association to something on a deeper, intimate level Although Aidan longs to claim the sexy, younger man as a lover, he doesn t dare admit that he, too, burns for Not if he intends to protect Nate from a bitter event in his own past that still haunts him When Nate suspects Aidan is hiding his real feelings, he takes matters into his own hands The long pent up passion between them explodes into a night of erotic and emotional intensity neither man can forget But in the light of day, will Nate s love be enough to heal Aidan, or will the professor s fears tear them apart Genres Gay Contemporary Teachers Students Exhibitionism Public Places

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    1. This was a cute, short story. Nate's been in love with Professor Aidan Sheridan, his adviser, since he's become the man's teaching assistant two years ago. At the end of the term, Nate decides to make his feelings known especially since he thinks Aidan feels the same. While Aidan does have feelings for Nate, he doesn't like the idea of crossing the teacher/student line but after Nate gets a taste of the passion Aidan has, he'll do anything to convince Aidan that they could have something permane [...]

    2. 3.5 starsI think two-and-a half years is a freakishly long time to burn in secret for someone you're around every day.Having said that it makes the, um, coming together that much sweeter. The prof and his grad student show some good sense and clearly know how to knock boots.I enjoyed this fun, sweet, well-done quicky.

    3. Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 9/10PROS: - One of my favorite fantasies. As such, I found the characters’ emotional attachment very believable.- One of the sweetest stories I’ve read. The characters have been pining for each other for a very long time, so when they finally come together, it’s magical. Really. Sweet, beautiful, loving. I read a one-page section that occurs in the aftermath of the first sex scene three times in a row before I c [...]

    4. This was a nice story. It wasn't wonderful or inspiring, but it was fine.It always bothers me when characters' emotional developement happens too fast, and it felt like Nate and Aidan were going from zero to heartbroken in 1.2 seconds. However the characters were likeable and the book was a nice little distraction in a busy day

    5. It's a sweet story that explores that "old" issue about teacher/student relationship, even if the student is a PhD candidate. There is nothing new introduced in this theme, though -- although I enjoy Nate's determination to win over Adrian. It's a problem-solved in the end (but the sex is pretty hot)

    6. HEAwhich I LOVE.d a really fast read. Short story so there's not really enough depth to the whole situation and the characters remain a bit two diminsional until the end. BUT still a good story and well written.

    7. Too angst-ridden for my tastes. I think the author tried to make this a drama story too much. It felt shallow and unreal. The HEA is predictable and not very interesting either. Overall? It was barely passable and I wouldn't have missed anything if I hadn't read it.

    8. I've liked all the stories by this author that I have read so far, and this one was no exception.But, it felt rushed and Aidan's reticence, while understandable, really started to annoy me. I would have loved to have another chapter or two to see all of Aidan's issues put to rest.

    9. I usually really love ML Rhodes' stories - this one is ok. There are some interesting plot twists packed into a very short space. Entertaining enough that I can recommend it to any fan of Rhodes' work - short enough that you won't feel like you wasted too much of your time

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