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Disclaimer This work contains explicit sexual content language and delicate subject matter It is intended for mature readers It started with a game seduce the new teacherEighteen year old Kaitlyn Laurent is living the American Dream Born into a wealthy socialite family with opulent surroundings and material things than any girl could even fathom Kaitlyn is the fresh young face amidst a sea of morally amiss Manhattan Debutantes She is educated poised and on the outside entirely virtuous Her life in short is perfectOr so it would seem Inside the w. 25 3 STARSAfter a very rough start I finally settled into the writing style and plot pace Overall a nice mellow and enjoyable studentteacher story that s loosely reminiscent of Cruel Intentions When I first read the blurb I had a bookgasmI mean did you read it Studentteacher AND stepbrother So of course I didn t think twice about it and jumped right in The beginning 20% was a bit rough for me I couldn t keep up with the overly descriptive writing I think I was supposed to view Kaitlyn as the introverted loner who kept to herself and notices everything that goes around her but that wasn t the case for me Glistening gold speckled against the perf

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Into their final semester at Trinity Prep and the buzz around campus is that a gorgeous new teacher has set foot in the classroom Marius makes Kaitlyn a bet seduce the man who is now her Literature teacherIf she wins she gets his trust fund Money that she can use to finally escape a life that she has come to loatheIf Marius winshe gets her virginityWhen an initial spark turns into full blown obsession and her affections are inevitably returned – Kaitlyn learns that there are no actions without conseuence and some affairs are simply star crosse. I like the sound of this oneStudentteacher romance Cruel Intentions vibe

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Alls of her Upper East Side mansion Kaitlyn is struggling After her parents' divorce and her father's remarriage to a beautiful but otherwise utterly vapid woman Kaitlyn uickly finds herself living in a realm of self created fantasy completely detached and entirely clashing with her new family – particularly her classmate turned stepbrother Marius Arrogant and with a penchant for playing games he is intrigued and infatuated by Kaitlyn's faux chaste outer facade that she uses to cover an otherwise calloused heartWhen the two of them enter into. This is a hard review for me to write as for the majority of the book I was emotionally detached from it I tried very hard to connect with the main characters in some way and found I just couldn t do it So I tried to figure out why that was exactly The only thing that I came up with is that for a large percentage of the story the heroine Kaitlyn spent a lot of time thinking There was dialogue in the story but not as much as there should have been I recently read a book that had very little dialogue but with that particular story I was sucked right in to the characters involved It is not easy for an author to do and it can be done but only if the reader i


10 thoughts on “Star Crossed

  1. says:

    ★★★★★ Star crossed stand alone A debutante wicked step brother friend unsuspecting teacher play a sinister game of seduction lies deceit with conseuences “It's a scary thing feeling nothing at all It only serves to remind you that you're capable of anything Even if it ends in disaster” Star crossed stand alon

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    25 3 STARSAfter a very rough start I finally settled into the writing style and plot pace Overall a nice mellow and enjoyable studentteacher s

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    15 stars DNF at 50 % Review posted March 24 2014I love lyrical prose emphasis on lyrical and not corny purple prose When I get the impression that an author tries too hard and in the process comes off as pretentious my interest fades away fast As you can gather from my review this was the case with Star Crossed The characters and plot but also the storytelling itself came off as indifferent and unappealing The story was monotonous and fe

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    You're everywhere I walk You're in each set of eyes I meet; every hand I touch every small smile as I'm scanning faces in a crowd You're all of them Give me a sea of strangers and all I'll see is you I tend to not like a

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    Star Crossed is LIVE lhayesauthorgmailcomAlso in celebration of THORN's Release Date I've got both STAR CROSSED and PULSE available for99 cents indefinitely Grab a copy if you'd likePULSE you know I'm still open to giving away R2R ARCs for these books too if you'd like Just zip me an email mobiepub formats available and a copy is yoursLove

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    This is a hard review for me to write as for the majority of the book I was emotionally detached from it I tried very hard to connect with the main characters in some way and found I just couldn't do it So I tried to figure out why that was exactly The only thing that I came up with is that for a large percentage of the story the heroine; Kaitlyn spent a lot of time thinking There was dialogue in the story; but

  7. says:

    I like the sound of this oneStudentteacher romance Cruel Intentions vibe?

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    ARC received by author 'I knew who the real victim was and it wasn't me If there were some fragment of this inevitable explosion that wrote out my name in blood across the tracks I would smear it and cry hearsay Mr Tennant was the vi

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    45 Star Crossed starsThis took me by surprise that's for sure The writing I feel like I would be repeating everyone by talking about the depth and emotion along with the vibrant characters and shocking plot made for a read that had me captiva

  10. says:

    ARC kindly provided for honest review “You're everywhere I walk You're in each set of eyes I meet; every hand