#NewRelease!!~~ Lessons by N. Nieto #erotica
Lessons by N. Nieto
When I decided to start giving sex lessons to pay my way through college I had a few rules;
1. Always use protection.
2. Don’t fraternize with the clients.
3. Don’t get caught.
And the most important of them all; Never fall for any of the guys.
For the first year, I managed to keep all of those rules unbroken; that is until I met Kaeden Griffin. There is just something about him that makes me want to say to hell with the rules and have him claim me as his and his alone.
I never thought in a million years I’d be paying someone for sex lessons. How embarrassing would it be for women to find out that I have all the playboy looks but not the playboy moves? Yep, you guessed it, I’m a virgin.
I come from the deep south where manners are drilled into you and some morals are not to be broken, like sex before marriage (Especially if you are the Pastor’s son). However, I am ready to go after the girl I want and in doing so I’m going to have to know a few things about sex and what to do to make sure I please her. So, here’s to hoping these sex lessons teach me something useful.
I wish I could say this is a happy story with a real “Pretty Woman ” ending but its not. This is real life and sometimes not everyone gets their happy endings, or so I’m told.
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Kerry’s 3.5 Blush Review
This story is completely different than what N. Nieto has written in the past. This time, she wrote a sexy and fun read. I read this in one sitting as it is really short. Kaden Griffin, the star quarterback in college, is a virgin. He seeks out someone willing to give lessons in sex. Once he meets McKenna, things progress quickly and there is not much of a buildup of lust or angst throughout the pages. There is of course lots of drama which is often typical in college romances. Kaden and McKenna really do make a cute couple. The author has mostly given us a sneak peek into their lives the growth between them was really good in the snippet we are given. They secondary characters were good, too. It really was something different.