Two Wild for Teacher by Delilah Devlin
Lone Star Lovers, Book 6
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Length: Short Story (63 pages)
Other: M/F/M, menage
Rating: 5 stars
Review by: Lotus
It’s double the trouble when two ornery cowboys come courtin’, Texas-style...
Lone Star Lovers, Book 6
Sam Logan’s hell-raising twin sons have a bad rep in Two Mule, Texas. All of it earned. When it becomes clear those two troublemakers won’t settle down without another nudge—make that a boot to their butts—Sam reissues his challenge. Find a wife.
There’s only one woman who’s ever held Mace and Jason Logan’s attention for more than one night. Molly Pritchet, their former teacher. She’s been too worried about a pesky morals clause to let them close, but they’re older now and ready to prove to her that some rules are meant to be broken.
Molly thought her path was clear: always a teacher, never a mother or a wife. Until she finds those two Logan “boys” in her backyard, all grown up and digging around in her business. More accurately, starting her koi pond for her without asking. Well, it’s about time someone taught the Logan twins some manners.
A little mud, a lot of yearnings she thought she’d suppressed, and Molly realizes she’s the one being schooled in the art of indulging in forbidden desires.
Who hasn’t had a crush on their teacher? This story takes the teacher-student scenario to another heat level!!!
Mace and Jason Logan have actually been in love with their teacher Miss Molly Pritchet since they first set eyes on her in high school. Molly, however, has stood her ground behind her virtuous moral stance and never let on that she is interested in the twins in the least. The twins were always getting into trouble when they were in school, but now eight years later, they are grownup, handsome men. Molly is only five years older than the twins, but has been stuck in her teacher mode and has forgotten how to be just a woman.
Molly is a very likeable woman who is dedicated to her profession and loyal to those she loves. The story does not go into much detail on what the twins do, possibly because they have been introduced in a previous book. I still enjoyed reading this story even though it is part of a series that I haven’t already been reading. Now I will have to go and look for the previous books to learn about all the other people of Two Mule, Texas. Two Wild for Teacher does work as a standalone read and I don’t regret reading it first.
The twins’ father made a suggestion to the twins about their future, so they decide that Molly needs to be a part of it. Things move very quickly for all of them when Mace and Jason’s courtship plan worked better than they expected. The chemistry between the characters worked so well that time just flew by and I arrived at the end of the story all too soon. The plot was simple, yet effective because the guys set out to do as their father wanted them to and they went about accomplishing the task. The lengths that they went to convincing Molly that they were serious about her were very endearing.
Ms. Devlin’s writing is so well done that the experience was seamless. I will definitely be looking for more of Ms. Devlin’s books for my “keeper shelf”. With the very interesting premise of the former teacher/student relationship and hot scenes that include gorgeous twin brothers, Two Wild for Teacher is highly recommended reading for a quick escape.