Author Ella Fox – “Hands down one of the best student/teacher books I’ve ever read. Remi & Pierce delighted me from beginning to end.”
SmutReaders – “Charleigh Rose delivered a story with plot, romance, and taboo deliciousness.”
Between the Bookends – “This was seriously one of the best student/teacher books I have read.”
But Remi Stringer has never been like most girls.
Remi’s relationship with her stepbrother has always been innocent. Well, it was up until the day before Remi’s first day in her new “rich kids” school. Since that day Ryan keeps getting a little—more like a lot, honestly—out of hand.
Now let’s add Pierce. He’s young, gorgeous as a young Clint Eastwood, hot as the sun and Remi’s new teacher. He knows her students find him hard to resist and that’s why he puts up his facade of idiot every time he’s at school. Unfortunately—or fortunately—his facade does not work when it comes to Remi. She’s unlike any other girl at that school. And she’s getting harder and harder to resist as the days pass.
But little do the know, there’s something more in common between Pierce and Remi. Something that broke Pierce and something that could break Remi if he doesn’t save her from said something—or someone?—.
I don’t know what to do with my life after reading Misbehaved. My feelings are all over the place. I have conflicting thoughts about this book.
I like the forbidden theme in it. I enjoyed reading the teacher-student relationship, it’s been a while since I’ve read one of these and I forgot how exciting they are.
I don’t like the age difference between Pierce and Remi, I can never wrap my head around the fact that she’s in freaking high school and he’s about to turn 30. Age differences so huge are a definite no-no for me. I would have liked it better if she was in college or about to finish college.
Most times the sexy moments felt a little too dirty for me. Remi had me blushing all the way here to the Patagonia and back with her forwardness.
I’m not a fan of Remi’s relationship with Ryan, the stepbrother. I hate that Remi lead him on and I hate that she didn’t stop him when she noticed that whatever he was doing was wrong. I know he’s always been the closest thing to family she ever had but still, she could’ve done something. Needless to say, I hate Ryan’s character.
All in all, I enjoyed reading this story and I couldn’t put it down. It kept me at the edge of my seat with all its twists and turns. It’s not a book I would reread but it was an entertaining once-in-a-lifetime read for me.
If you’re a fan of forbidden, hot, dark, twisted, taboo-ish stories then this one is definitely for you. It will have you fanning yourself so I wouldn’t recommend reading it in public!
3.5/5 twisted flowers ✿