January 22, 2016

Review ~ Misconduct by Penelope Douglas

Hi, folks! I know, I know--I haven't been active here. My bad. I'll do my best to become a better blogger. :D

My 2016 didn't start off with a bang because I rarely had time to read books--and not because I was having real life adventures. My job requires my attention six days a week, which sucks. hopefully, I'll get to read more often. I miss my babies. anyway, here's my first review of the year!


From the New York Times bestselling author of the Fall Away series who never fails to deliver a “powerfully written contemporary love story…”*

Former tennis player Easton Bradbury is trying to be the best teacher she can be, trying to reach her bored students and trying to forget her past. What brought her to this stage in her life isn’t important. She can’t let it be. But now one parent-teacher meeting may be her undoing…

Meeting Tyler Marek for the first time makes it easy for Easton to see why his son is having trouble in school. The man knows how to manage businesses and wealth, not a teenage boy. Or a young teacher, for that matter, though he tries to. And yet…there is something about him that draws Easton in—a hint of vulnerability, a flash of attraction, a spark that might burn.

Wanting him is taboo. Needing him is undeniable. And his long-awaited touch will weaken Easton’s resolve—and reveal what should stay hidden…


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Misconduct is surprisingly light for a Penelope Douglas book. Don't get me wrong--it's heavy with angst, too, but this book didn't feel as heavy as her other books.

I don't dig forbidden romance, but it certainly has its charm. Especially when it is written like how Penelope Douglas did this book.

Misconduct has everything I look for in an NA Romance: relatable characters, female MC with a backbone (though Easton seemed stupid and childish sometimes), angst, explosive chemistry, and a good storyline. My feelings for this book is hovering between like and love it. Perhaps I live it. *wink*

This book is as captivating as any Penelope Douglas book, but it's probably my least favorite.

~ Zee


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