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“An interesting story about pushing the envelope when it comes to love, sex and consent between an adult and a mionr. We all ahve secrets, but it seems as though the Forge school has more than its fair share. Tracey is a new teacher at a middle school/prep school for rich misfits and forms a bond with the headmaster, Louis Temple, and Noah Latthrop, a student who shows some signs of ADD and little interest in anything. Everything starts off innocent enough, but page by page the story begins to speak of a forbidden love that not only Tracey can control, nor can Louis admit.
For the most part this book held my attention and provided good insight to the inner conflict that we all experience. The intimacy described between Tracey and Noah was tastefully done and possibly leaves the reader questioning all that we have been raised to belive is apprproate and decent. This story leaves a lot for introspection and the reader may travel down a road will lead to uncharted territory, however, well worth the journey.”
“I prefer an ending where the male lead is not left loveless.”Jon wrote this review Sunday, June 14, 2009. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No