Time Warp Tuesday! Travel back to August 2013 • Good by @swaldenauthor ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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August 2013 -> I read Good by S. Walden. I love forbidden romance.
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***4.5 Forbidden Stars***
Ms. Walden is the Queen of shock. One thing you are guaranteed when you open one her stories is to be pushed out of your comfort zone. Good does not disappoint in making me squirm. Books that break you out of your norm deserve a try and this book is one of those.
The forbidden love affair between a highschool student / teacher is compelling. Eleven years between them makes their forbidden love even more naughty. Cadence Miller: 17-year-old high school student. Mark Connelly: 28-year-old high school calculus teacher.
One mistake has cost Cadence her ‘good’ teen status. She’s in trouble for an error she made the previous year. Her family and schoolmates won’t let her live it down. Mr. Connelly is the new hot math teacher and the one ‘good’ thing to happen to her.
Avery is a classmate who friends Cadence for an ulterior motive. She devises a plan to benefit both girls.
Fanny is an elderly citizen who Cadence does a church project for and befriends her. Fanny has lots of words of wisdom to share. She says this about Good->
“Those are the best love stories.”
“The dangerous ones.”
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• Is there sex? Yes and it’s not until she’s of legal age.
• Is this a series? Yes. Their story will take place over the course of two books.
• Is there a cliffhanger? Yes. A story cliffhanger but not a relationship cliffhanger.
• When is the release date? The original date was October. The ‘good’ news is that it has been changed to August 27th.
• What POV is this book? Cadence’s POV.
Cliffhanger. A series of 2 books
**Beta read this book in June (6/8/2013). Then read the Arc in August (8/15/2013)** Thank you, Ms. Walden, for allowing me to read this in exchange for an honest review.
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