Rating: 2 Cups
Harper Perry has been teaching for ten years but she has never liked meeting the parents until she meets Scot Pearson’s father. As the worst child in school, Scot's father the last thing she expects. He is the most hunky and strict hottie she is faced with.
After spending the last six years in prison for something he did not do, Nathaniel Pearson is home and determined to learn how to be father to his out of control son. At parent’s evening, he realizes he wants to learn more from Ms Perry than just how to help Scot.
Trying to build a relationship and stay professional as parent and teacher is difficult for both Harper and Nathaniel. With his vindictive and abusive ex-wife trying to cause trouble for Harper, both at and away from work, there is also Nathaniel’s past to deal with. This relationship is a learning curve from the start.
Although I found this an enjoyable read, I feel some of the facts are little far-fetched. The circumstances of Nathaniel’s prison sentence and Harper’s fear of her students' parents both seem a little extreme.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More