Review: Educating Emma by Kat Austen
Note: This ARC was provided by InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.
Emma has been fantasizing about her professor for months. Doctor Luke Faraday is the perfect combination of a model's face and grace and an athlete's posture and prowess. Other students may want him, but no one as desperately as Emma. What makes her different from the rest is that she doesn't want just one time with her professor. One time wouldn't be enough to satisfy her need for him, and she's pretty sure that he need her just as badly if their encounter can be taken as evidence. Could she possibly be obsessed? Well, if stalking him is a qualification then obsession must be what she's experiencing. But you know what they say about being careful what you wish for, because Luke is raring to make it all come true.
Educating Emma is the second novella written and released by author Kat Austen and this surprised me in a way I was so not expecting but also in the best way possible. It's short but goodness, had I been reading this with my glasses on, I wouldn't have been the least bit shocked had my lenses fogged up. It's decadently dirty and sweetly smutty and those may sound contradictory, this novella combines those things in a way that has Kat Austen quickly becoming an author who can guarantee you a worthwhile read in a short amount of time. The thing is, she's distinguished herself with this particular story, giving it this twist that had me wanting to stand up and applaud. Educating Emma was a 4.5-starred filthy and fun read, indeed. ♥
Release Date: 15 June 2016
Date Read: 15 June 2016
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