I’m a bad girl.
I was sent away.
New house. New rules. New school.
Change was supposed to be…good.
Until I met him.
No one warned me Principal Renner would be so hot.
I’d expected some old, graying man in a brown suit.
Not well over six feet of lean muscle and piercing green eyes.
Not a rugged-faced, ax-wielding lumberjack of a man.
He’s grouchy and rude and likes to boss me around.
I find myself getting in trouble just so he’ll punish me.
Especially with his favorite metal ruler.
Being bad never felt so good.
If you are looking for a fast paced, taboo read…then this book is for you.
Compared to some other books by K. Webster, this one is tame.
It’s a principal/student romance but…. it’s not typical. I mean really, is anything K. Webster do typical? NOPE!!
When Adam gets a call from on old military friend, he has no idea what he is getting himself into. He is asked to help his friend out by letting his teenage daughter (who is 18) stay with him for the rest of the school year. She is wild and he doesn’t know what to do anymore.
Elma is not happy. Why would her dad send her away? Why doesn’t he want her there? But when she meets Adam, who is controlling and rude but hot as hell, she knew that this is going to be a very long few months.
What happened when lines start to blur? What happens when what you think you know as truth turns out to be a lie?
Adam and Elma are not your typical principal/student romance. They have a connection outside of the school. K. Webster does a great job at keeping this taboo without it being creepy.
Can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.
About the Author:
K Webster is the author of dozens of romance books in many different genres including dark romance, taboo romance, contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her supportive husband and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.
Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.