Bad Teacher

Daisy Philips
Bad Teacher
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
June 2014
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance

Dave McKenna is up for a promotion at work and the one person who stands in his way is corporate instructor Lida Lawrence. She doesn't think that nice-guy Dave has what it takes to be an executive so she offers him a weekend tutorial. If he passes, she'll recommend he get the job.

The weekend tutorial is actually an intense hands-on thirty-six hour session with Mistress Lida. Will Dave submit to Mistress Lida's unique training methods or will the student become the teacher?

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Aug 16, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
150 people found the following review helpful
What would a man do to prove he can be promoted to an executive level? What if he could pass the leadership with flying colours and yet his lack of aggression marked him for middle management?

Dave gave fifteen long years of his life to a company so he could make it to the top. Unfortunately, he is too nice so he's not passing his final assessment. The teacher of the course, Lida, offers private tutoring over the weekend. If he submits to her unconventional coaching, he is sure to be promoted.

This concept is a hawt wet fantasy. There is very little world building or plot. The focus is on Dave and Lida getting it on. Lida is determined to bring the tiger out of Dave so that he can be more forceful at work. The building of the scene for some kinky femdom! What's not to like? This titillating role reversal and exchange of power is sexy. Ms. Philips does a nice job with the erotic heat.

A warning, this is the third book in the series. While the book can be read as a standalone, there is a twist in the end which doesn't make any sense unless the first book is read. Since I read only this book in the series, the ending gave me a WTF moment and I had to re-read several sentences over again. It will be a jarring and abrupt end which may cause readers to be irritated. Now that I understand the series, I want to go read the first two books.

The kink is light to medium intensity and tastefully done. It's a snack size read to get the juices flowing before some kinky time with the hubby. Recommended for kinky readers who enjoy fantasizing about roleplaying.
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