The Principal's Office (DeKnight #3)
Desire is in session.
Rachel Delaney, divorced mother with two boys, isn't complaining. Her life is fine. Really. There is one thing that could make it better, though: a strong, warm, male body to help her make it through the occasional lonely night. No strings, and no relationship, thanks. Just a little fun with a perfect stranger. And there's no more perfect a stranger...more
This follows the story of Rachel, newly-divorced and looking f...more
After their divorce Rachel is trying to find herself again, and boy does she. Through the book she stands up to her kids, to situations at her job, and finds that vanilla sex isn't for her. Her interludes wi...more
I loved both Rand and Rachel and I loved that they were both 40 and more mature than the usual 20 somethings.
Rand is my new hero. WOW what a guy. He was sweet, loving and sweet Jesus what a creative imagination. He loved playing out fantasy's and he was damn good at it. Rachel's fantasy of a burglar breaking into her home and raping her was unbelievably hot. And then when he took her to...more
In The Principal's Office author Jasmine Haynes introduces us to Rachel Delany, a recently divorced working mother with two teenage boys. For the first time in her life she has to figure out how to raise her sons, put food on the table, and a roof over their head all on her own. She also discovers that after seventeen years of marriage her sexual desires have been virtually untapped. But does she really have time for a relationship when her sons are acting out because of the divorce, she’s finan...more
Rachel is a divorced mom of two boys. She lives with the stereotype that mothers should not be sexy, not want sex and God forbid actually LIKE sex! One morning Rachel meets a handsome stranger at the grocery store who will rescue her orange juice from the top shelf and later rescue Rachel in more ways t...more
Honestly, reading this book is like reading a porno. Wave the fan y'all when you sink into this book. Oh boy!
However, despite the unbridled lust and in your face sex, I loved how Rand was part of Rachel's journey in helping her find her groove back and then some. Her ex-husband was such a schmuck. To be a woman who gave up everything for her ohana, dedicating her life to them, and then being left in the dust for a young...more
This book is about sexual freedom. Rachel is at the grocery st...more
DeKnight # 3
This review is also posted at UTC Book Blog
I had met Ms. Haynes at a book signing not too long ago and had been intrigued with her work but didn't have the chance to read any. So, when this book fell on my lap to review, I was happy to get the chance. And as shallow as this sounds, I was fascinated by the cover. It was pretty and it had so much promise; I could not wait to devour it.
A promise well delivered, indeed. This book is full of love scenes that are extremely hot with believ...more
Rand is confident, a bit alpha male, and sexy as sin. He meets Rachel in the grocery store and knows exactly what he wants. Rachel has been in a marriage filled with vanilla sex for way too long. Rand takes Rachel on a journey of self-discovery and introduces her to new, exciting, and satisfying experience...more
This was just Meh! for me. The story itself was okay. I like how both started off wanting nothing more than a casual fling. No names, no personal info, just the two of them finding an outlet. However, the laws of attraction put these two together for a reason and all the personal stuff starts to unravel. Predictable storyline, but it was entertaining and well told. On a side note, the steam factor in this book was pretty off the charts. The two main characters were pretty kinky. Some of...more
A fun romp concluding a heavy trilogy
The Principal’s Office brings a welcome lighter conclusion to a strong, but dark trilogy about the employees of DeKnight Gauges, Inc., with an overarching theme that those closest to us might be the ones with the biggest secrets. The series wraps up with the story of receptionist Rachel, a recently divorced single mother who is juggling the pitfalls of raising teenage boys, the newly awakened desire to date again, and the univ...more
Rand is new to town and not lo...more
The story line drew you in from the start and kept moving. I am one of those people who can predict a story line right form the start. even if you can and knowing how a book follows a certain formula, the author's writing is so good and just so, that even if you anticipate what will happen you are left in a spell that when it unfolds you don't see it coming. As I was reading, this book took me by surprise and kept...more
5 Kisses, 2 Peppers (M/F, oral sex, voyeurism, exhibitionism, light bondage, sex in public)
Rachel Delaney is a divorced mother of two teenage boys, and she's lonely. Not only do her sons spend every other week with her ex-husband, she hasn't had a physical relationship for a very long time. She was too busy being a mom and dealing with her depressed husband to even think about sex. When she runs into a tall stranger at the supermarket one Saturday morn...more
I liked the family dynamics though, between the mom and her kids. The ex was a douche, but it was so nice his new girlfriend had a spine and could kick his ass. Yay girls!
And yay no stereotype of skanky useless/trashy new girlfriend.
I loved that they met as strangers and formed this hot sexual bond and then their worlds end up coliding in an awkward oh S**T kind of way.
So hot, so sexy and so many times I was sitting there think damn, luck B**CH :)
Rands a sure thing AND a keeper
--Finished 12:48 am XD
This book was more "descriptive" than what would like, talk about blushing. I did enjoy the way Rachel finally found her backbone to stand up to her overbearing ex, and the way she was portrayed as being a loving and devoted mother. The ending was sweet.
This book was much more light and hot than the other two. Rand is an extremely sexy alpha and a good man who likes the dirty talk and Rachel is a dedicated mom who likes to get her kink on. Together, they are one hot couple that you can't help but root for. They have so...more