Teach Me Dirty by Jade West
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Teach Me Dirty by Jade West, was an emotional rollercoaster of a young artist named Helen who falls for her teacher, Mr Roberts. This was not something I would usually read so I started out hesitantly, but as I got involved in the storyline I fell in love with it.
There was a lot of emotion that went into writing about this subject and as I delved deeper into it, I found it hard to put down. I wasn't only enthralled with the characters, but I was also impressed with how Jade structured the storyline to keep her readers attention.
I loved the detail that went into creating Helen and Mr Roberts and how we got to feel everything they were going through or suffering.
You fall in love with their story, but you also become frustrated at Helen's naivety. It's those moments that you find yourself torn. As I parent, I sympathised with Helen's father, but at the end of the day once my child becomes an adult, they have the right to make their own choices.
It is a beautiful story of love, that may have you wondering how you would handle a situation like that, if it was your child.
I found it to be a really well written emotional story of love, that I have recommended to many others.
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