| Misconduct by Penelope Douglas
Former tennis player Easton Bradbury is trying to be the best teacher she can be, trying to reach her bored students and trying to forget her past. What brought her to this stage in her life isn’t important. She can’t let it be. But now one parent-teacher meeting may be her undoing…
Meeting Tyler Marek for the first time makes it easy for Easton to see why his son is having trouble in school. The man knows how to manage businesses and wealth, not a teenage boy. Or a young teacher, for that matter, though he tries to. And yet…there is something about him that draws Easton in—a hint of vulnerability, a flash of attraction, a spark that might burn.
Wanting him is taboo. Needing him is undeniable. And his long-awaited touch will weaken Easton’s resolve—and reveal what should stay hidden
Misconduct had some really great sex but as for the rest of it I really couldn't get into the characters, the relationships, politics, or the circumstances and positions since they mostly put me off. Misconduct really isn't a poorly written book because Douglas writes well but the story didn't agree with me as a whole. I'm sure it will be different for everyone who reads the story but I am grateful for being given the chance to read the book.
Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews
Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley/NAL/Penguin