Almost every school has one–a tradition that's passed down from year to year. My small school in Tennessee is no different. While some seniors at schools all across the country have senior pranks or senior ditch days, our school has the senior bet.
Lose your virginity by spring break–have proof–and you're in the running for Prom queen.
Does it sound ridiculous?
It absolutely is, but ridiculousness won't stop me from getting my Prom queen nomination. I've had plenty of opportunities to lose my V-card to one of the boys at my school, but I don't want to sleep with a high school boy. I want a man with experience. I want the man that's been starring in my wet dreams at night. I want my history teacher. I want Mr. Tucker.
4 Teach Me Mr. Tucker Stars
I was completely intrigued by the premise and cover. I love a good teacher/student romance book. I haven’t read a Justine Elvira book in some time and I forget how steamy and addictive her reads are. There’s something about no-fuss, no-muss read that just puts you in that good mood.
Mr. Tucker is Savannah’s history teacher. Savannah isn’t your typical high school student, for a virgin she’s pretty out there. She’s pretty and she knows it. I usually cringe when the Heroine is so forward, but since this is a student / teacher romance, Savannah pursuing Mr. Tucker was different to me.
“It’s okay to find me attractive, Landon. I’m completely enamored with you. I think about you all the time and you’re the reoccurring role in all of my late-night fantasies”
Savannah needs to lose her virginity by prom so she can be prom queen. Isn’t it over the top? I went with it. I’m not sure if this is a thing, then again, I haven’t been a high school student for a while and high school girls can be pretty crazy.
Mr. Tucker is the good young twenty-something guy. He’s super attracted towards Savannah and why wouldn’t he be? She flirts with him like crazy. He tries to stay away so many times because it’s the right thing to do, but a man can only say no so many times. Also, with late night tutoring sessions, you know where the story is going to go.
“Savannah is rare. She’s the sweetest, most expensive, best high drug that was made for me”
Mr. Tucker is hot. I’m a little biased towards men who wear glasses, so I’m all about Mr. Tucker. He’s dominate, nerdy and very crush worthy. I liked that the story had little to no angst and it was about Savannah and Tucker’s love affair. Don’t get me wrong, the tension was crazy hot and I couldn’t get enough of it.
Mr. Tucker is an easy quick read and you can finish it in one sitting.
An ARC was provided
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