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Learning Curve
Terry McLaughlin
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Learning Curve

3.21 of 5 stars 3.21  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Lesson learned?

High school history teacher Joe Wisniewski may be in a rut, but he dug it himself and he's not planning on getting out anytime soon. The last thing he wants is to mentor a starry-eyed newcomer, so when he gets an unexpected assignment--Emily Sullivan, a student teacher with a steamroller smile and dynamite legs--he digs in deeper and ducks for cover.

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ebook, 304 pages
Published November 15th 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published May 9th 2006)
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If you write romance, and particularly category romance, there are a few things that get repeated, the 'can not sells'. Two of them are actors and athletes. Though obviously some people can make them work, the general understanding is that the average author isn't going to get anywhere if they pitch a book with those elements.

The hero and heroine of Terry McLaughlin's Learning Curve aren't actors or athletes, but I'm having the same sort of 'oh, I wouldn't have tried that' thought about them.

Shannon Clark
This harlequin romance was well written with some very beautiful and descriptive language. I picked this book out because it was based on the life of a history teacher-I like to read anything based in a school or that has to do with teaching. I ended up really liking this book-it was better than I expected!
New student teacher makes her supervising teacher nervous. She idolizes him from when he taught her older brother, but he's changed, and not for the better. She shakes him up and helps him to be the teacher he ought to be, even when it costs her her dreams.
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I am not a fan of romance novels but this storyline was to my liking.
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Terry McLaughlin spent a dozen years teaching a variety of subjects, including anthropology, music appreciation, English, drafting, drama, and history, to a variety of students from Kindergarten to college before she discovered the romance genre and fell in love with love stories.

When she's not writing for Harlequin, Terry enjoys traveling to meet with fellow writers and readers. She lives with h
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