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Falling for the Teacher (Adult Education #1)

2.56 of 5 stars 2.56  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  3 reviews

Getting shot in a robbery shattered more than Katarina Zemanova's knee. Once an up-and-coming power executive she's realizing that recuperating her confidence, and her trust in people, is a lot harder than she expected. Teaching night school in the sleepy town where she grew up with her "go get 'em" grandmother seems like a good first step.
But when Ben Brown bursts into c
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ebook, 256 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published December 15th 2009)
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Georgie
Definitely not the worst book I've ever read. The characters were decently likable. The story line was not.
MissyLynne
Cute. I liked the heroine's spunky Czech grandmother more then the main characters half the time.
I also liked that it took place in New Jersey though I'm betting that the fictitious town was located in North Jersey rather then central or Southern Jersey.
The storyline was rushed in places and the relationship moved too quickly as well. One minute she doesn't like him and then next they are almost in love.


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Mary
Seemed like a condensed version - parts of the story were just gone.
It was copyright @ 2010 by Louise Handelman. Will try one more of her books and I hope it is better.
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