This novel contains graphic sexual content and strong language. It is intended for mature readers.I met him at a carnival, of all corny places. The summer I turned eighteen, in that chaos of neon lights and cheap thrills, I met a man so sweet, so beautiful, he seemed to come from another world.... show more
This novel contains graphic sexual content and strong language. It is intended for mature readers.I met him at a carnival, of all corny places. The summer I turned eighteen, in that chaos of neon lights and cheap thrills, I met a man so sweet, so beautiful, he seemed to come from another world. We had one night: intense, scary, real. Then I ran, like I always do. Because I didn't want to be abandoned again.But I couldn't run far enough.I knew him as Evan that night. When I walked into his classroom, he became Mr. Wilke.My teacher.I don't know if what we're doing is wrong. The rules say one thing; my heart says screw the rules. I can't let him lose his job. And I can't lose him.In the movies, this would have a happy ending. I grow up. I love, I lose, I learn. And I move on. But this is life, and there's no script. You make it up as you go along.And you don't pray for a happy ending. You pray for it to never end.
Publish date: August 1st 2013
Publisher: Velvet Pony Press
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, New Adult
This book wowed me on so many levels. I’d heard of Leah Raeder before and had begun one of her other books, but really didn’t like the subject matter (a cam girl), so set it down. I decided to give her a second chance when I saw the reviews that were gushing about her prose. I’m so glad that I did b...
Book Title: Unteachable Author: Leah Raeder Narration: Grace Grant Series: Stand Alone Source: MP3 Audiobook (Library) ✧✧Why I picked that quote: There were so many to choose from...seriously, the mind of Maise is intriguing and insightful for someone so young.✧✧ Overall Ratin...
I have to admit I went into this book with high expectations. I think that is part of why I did not enjoy Unteachable as much as I could have. High expectations always ruin the reading experience because it is seldom that they can be met. The other part why I did not enjoy Unteachable more than I di...
Wow. Ungh. I have no idea how to rate this. I’m not even sure I LIKED it, even though it is unquestionably a good book. It pulled me all over the place: made me frustrated, anxious and uncomfortable. And at times amused. Leah Raeder, I almost hate you for building tension little by little throug...
As someone who is not into angsty, explicit, NA romances, I liked this book very much. It is all about the writing, I think. How would I know anything about writing, I am not sure. The best example I can give is that I felt such an empathy with Maise. Generally, I like or dislike characters. In this...