"I felt I was being manipulated by the author in reading this story. She uses the words "stepson" over and over, as well as "mommy". The kid has a name, and he's old enough to appreciate a good looking woman. The wife, who obviously has little use for her husband, dotes on her stepson and teases..." C
"Going into this book, I didn't know what to expect. I hadn't read any of the previous books in the series, and I don't care for content that demeans women. However, I've always loved the teacher fantasy and thought I would give this book a try.
I was pleasantly surprised at the combination..." Michael
"Tirrell's stepmother is serious: at the beginning she wishes she could confess to a priest, but she's too ashamed. The set-up here doesn't go for laughs; it's perfectly realistic: a mother and son watch old movies together -- on a "way-too-big flat screen TV my husband insisted on buying last..." Darren
"I'm a big fan of all of Tina's series, but I think this one is my favorite. Every new story shocks me in all the right ways and makes me think of new 'subjects' for Clive's adventures and those little purple pills that I hope Tina writes in the future!" George H.
Wow! Tina has managed to capture all of my favorite fantasies into one! I imagine it's every other man's fantasy as well. I just couldn't wait to come to the climax." P. Smith