Schooled by RaeLynn Blue
Length: Short Story (131 pgs)
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by Cherokee Rose
For ten years, teacher Harper Perry had attended Parent/Teacher Conferences with dread in her heart and a smile plastered on her face. The last thing she expected was the instant attraction to her most problematic student’s father.
Nathaniel Pearson tried to be a good dad, even when circumstances tore him from his child’s life. Now he's back and determined to do right by his son.
He had the best intentions when he met Scott’s teacher. The last thing in the world he expected was to be schooled in the ways of love.
Schooled by RaeLynn Blue is a charming story with characters that are very realistic. The chemistry between Harper and Nate is believable. Ms. does a great job of drawing you into the issues that led up to disruptive change in Nate's life, changing the course of the path he had been on.
What I really like about this story is something that I have found in very few interracial romance novels. Race is not an issue. What is a problem for this couple is their inability to communicate effectively. Nate has a secret that he is hiding but other people in life are more than willing to talk. When Harper finds out the secret will she walk away or will she stay?
RaeLynn Blue delivers tale of optimism, family, treachery, and endurance in Schooled. Nate’s and Harper’s relationship is heartwarming. These are two character’s who deserved a chance at happiness and you will root for them to all the way through.
If you like a romance full of humor, drama and just enough sensual heat, then you should pick up a copy of Schooled. You won’t be disappointed.