Any red blooded American girl worth her salt will admit to being infatuated with one or more of her male high school teachers, but what might have happened if that innocent fascination were taken to the next level? On impulse, high school teacher, Grant Chapman, kisses young Shelley Browning and gets more than he bargains for. Her heartfelt response surprises him and Grant swiftly does the right thing, leaving Shelley behind for a new life as a Congressional aide in Washington, DC.
Ten years later, Shelley enrolls in a course that Grant Chapman is teaching at a local college, curious to find out whether there might be anything left of the spark of love he ignited in her so long ago. Grant has been seared by a horrible scandal in Washington and Shelley is all too aware that their roles haven’t changed much since high school. Grant is still her teacher and she, his student. A secret romance between them is unthinkable, impossible - yet all too true!
Obstacle after obstacle is surmounted by Grant and Shelley and at last, their dream of a blissful new life together seems close to reality. Still, Shelley’s position as a student casts some doubt about the true nature of their relationship and the outraged college dean demands an explanation. In addition, Grant’s damaged reputation and the startling claims of a disgruntled female student cast a funereal pall on what should be the happiest day of Shelley‘s life. Can Grant and Shelley find love and a future together when so many stand in the way of their happiness? Find out in A Kiss Remembered.
So disappointed by this book. It kind of made me sick when the teacher kisses his 16 year old student.
Steamy, in a good way!
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