Standalone Sunday

Standalone Sunday | March 12h

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Hey loves! It’s Sunday again which means it is time for another Standalone Sunday which is a weekly feature hosted by Megan @ bookslayerReads. I have been away from my blog for a couple days, I took some much needed mental health days, got to hang out with some good friends and such. I’ve also been slacking on my reading this week! So here is to catching up this week!

This week’s standalone…

24853763In this sexy and intriguing novel, an intense—and passionate—bond between a high school senior and her music teacher becomes a public scandal that threatens the reputation of both.

Bea has a secret.

Actually, she has more than one. There’s her dream for the future that she can’t tell anyone—not her father and not even her best friend, Plum.

And now there’s Dane Rossi. Dane is hot, he shares Bea’s love of piano, and he believes in her.

He’s also Bea’s teacher.

When their passion for music crosses into passion for each other, Bea finds herself falling completely for Dane. She’s never felt so wanted, so understood, so known to her core. But the risk of discovery carries unexpected surprises that could shake Bea entirely. Bea must piece together what is and isn’t true about Dane, herself, and the most intense relationship she’s ever experienced in this absorbing novel from Nancy Ohlin, the author of Beauty.

So this one is a YA about a student teacher relationship. Now, I’m a sucker for this trope, but I wasn’t quite sure if I was going to like how it played out in a YA novel. However, I absolutely loved this book. It was one of those random pick ups at the library, and I’m so glad I didn’t pass this one by. I would highly recommend checking this one out.

Have you read this one? Have thoughts? It is going on your TBR?

I hope everyone has a wonderful rest of their Sunday!

Kaytlyn (3)

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3 thoughts on “Standalone Sunday | March 12h

  1. I’ve not heard of this one, but it does sound interesting. I’m like you… I like the student/teacher falling in love trope, but not sure how I’d like it in a YA novel. I may have to try it out and see! Thanks for the rec 🙂

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