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The Webster Grove Series (Webster Grove #1-5)

4.27 of 5 stars 4.27  ·  rating details  ·  414 ratings  ·  26 reviews
A complete compilation of the Webster Grove novellas: The New Girl, Under the Mistletoe, Secrets to Keep, Coming Out, and All Good Things.

Seventeen-year-old Steph has her heart set on a new beginning… for the eleventh time. A move to Webster Grove introduces her to a new school, new friends, and new experiences— including a few tender glances from her sexy Engl
Kindle Edition, 2, 395 pages
Published September 29th 2012 (first published January 1st 2012)
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"The ladies call me Nathaniel--"
"The ladies call you revolting" she spat at him

"Screw handsome. Screw good-looking. Alexander Rivera was, hands down, the sexiest man I'd ever met in my life."

REVIEW - Humor, romance and a sexy English teacher...this book series has it all! I don't just recommend it, I prescribe it! If you are a crazy romantic like me then this is without a doubt the book for you! It is the cure to your addiction!

Alexander Rivera *sigh* He is my addiction and no matter how many ti
This was an excellent series. Although the idea of an attraction occurring between a teacher and student with a nine-year age difference was slightly disturbing at first, the author did an outstanding job at making this seem acceptable. There were unexpected twists and turns that kept me engaged and wanting more which made it difficult to put my iPad down. As a fifteen-year-old girl, I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and although I feel that many books need more sequels, I felt that this series ...more
Since I got this book for free, I wasn't expecting something amazing. Just something cute and funny. I got all that and more. This series is one of the best I've ever read.
The series was quite short, but nothing seemed rushed. Everything was developed with just the right amount of detail and nothing dragged on.
I've very happy I stumbled upon this fabulous series. My favourite character was Nate (his graduation speech was just pure awesomeness).
Laura YA indie princess
The Webster Grove series was a freebie I picked up on and I loved this series of Mini novels. I read it all in one sitting that kept me up till 5.55am Tracie Puckett did a really great job writing this series. I look forward to reading more by her.
5 fantastic stars for the Webster Grove series! I stumbled upon this relatively unknown collection of 5 short stories which combine into an amazing story of love between teacher and student. The collection of stories written by author Tracie Puckett can be purchased and read together, as if they are an entire novel. I found this series on a long list of novels about teacher/student relationships on Goodreads. There were only 16 reviews written for this collection of stories at the time, but the ...more
Haley ~ YA-Aholic
3.5 rating overall for the whole series, enjoyed it! (:

What I rated each individual part of the Webster Grove series:
The New Girl (#1)- 1.5/5 Stars
Under the Mistletoe (#2)- 3/5 Stars
Secrets to Keep (#3)- 3/5 Stars
Coming Out (#4)- 4/5 Stars
All Good Things (#5)- 4/5 Stars

If you are a romance lover like me, and are looking for a sweet quick series to read, then look no further!

I thoroughly enjoyed the Webster Grove series, there were times I wanted to rip my hair out from frustration, and times I
When I first read "The New Girl," I thought it was an amazing debut novella. Well thought out characters, a plot that moved along nicely, and a sequence of events that is truly original yet plausible. As the series progressed, I found myself falling in love with Alexander Rivera. Each character became more and more complex and in the time between the novella releases, I found myself craving more. There is love. There is scandal. There is conflict. These characters became more than just words on ...more
This is the full series and I loved it! Steph (I laughed at her "given" name for a while - you'll understand when you read the book) is a sweet yet shyish person who has moved around way too much due to her neuortic mother. Too many towns, too many houses, too many schools so she never really formed any attachments.

On day one she meets her soon to be bestfriends Nate and Bridgette and is attracted by her English Teacher Mr.Rivera. Steph will soon finds out that mummy dearest might actually hand
Aug 25, 2014 Giulia rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Giulia by: ibooks
This book is different from the teacher student relationships you normally hear about. They argue constantly, blackmail is an issue, and with Alex Rivera and Abcdef Ghijk (and yes that is her real name; if you don't believe me, read it yourself!), the heart throb English Teacher, things could not get any more complicated. Oh wait, they do! With Alex's Grandmother interfering at every possible interval, they have a hard time coming together in the end. It may be five years after she graduates, bu ...more
Rachel Pratt
This book was amazing, I read the first novel on the series and knew I had complete the story of Alex and Steph.Beautifully written and the relationship between them was soo cute and romantic that it didn't matter most of the time that he was in love with his student and she was in love with her teacher.
The only thing I wish happened at the end of the series was that her mother could come and face the music and admit that she was wrong in every way possible. I never expected to continue reading
Because of all the darkness and intensity of the A Song of Ice and Fire series books I was reading, I bought Webster Grove by Tracie Puckett on a whim. Usually, I'm not a romance reader.

I was prepared to dislike it because, come on!, an affair between a high school teacher and one of his student? That's kind of gross.
But actually, the result was cute and endearing and if you like light-hearted stories, go for it. Because of some twists I would I have noted it 3.5 stars, but all in all the story
Mickayla Chamberland
This series is fantastic. I was laughing like a goof at so many parts that my parents had to make sure that I was ok. Keep up the hard work Tracie. You are one of my favorite authors!! :-D
Allison Chao
I liked this series, but it had way too many similarities to the Just a Little series. I don't think I enjoyed it as much because of that and the writing wasn't quite as good. I do think the author has a knack for teen romance, and hopefully she will continue to write in the future.
Moumita Sarcar
can i give it more than 5 stars??? i sooo wish i cud!!!

glad to have cm across this book... really feel at peace having known wat happened to the characters!!!

lovely plot.. not too thick..not too thin..jst a fine relax read!!!

i <3 webster grove!!! 3 cheers!!! :)
Cute, if not entirely believable storyline of student/teacher
Meagan-Eileen Hunt
Lovelovelove. Just as cute as the "Just a little" series and a lot a
like it I loved these books and want more but I know it needs to be left as is and that's okay!
While I enjoyed the story things jumped around an got confusing. Felt like it was plotted an then thrown together
starts out interesting, towards the end... not so much. Prefer the Just Little series.
Sep 19, 2013 diemmi147 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
I so want to read this, but I'm completely broke, not even a $4.99 to spare. Woe is me.
I read the whole series on my day off!! And I loved them!! Was a fantastic read :)
Emily Stone
Amazing!!! I loved this set of 5 books!!! I was sad to see it end!!!
Tiffany Stanley
Good series, but I wanted more. Jumped around a lot..
might be one of the worst books I've read.
This book was a ok story I enjoyed it
Aydan Durmaz
great series. great characters.
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