Mr. Marshall’s Method by Jessa York
Series: Learning to Love #1
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary
Release Date: October 17, 2019
Buy Now: Amazon
Holly is no ordinary student.
She’s wise, mature, confident,
And completely off-limits.
I know the rules, know the drill.
Yet, I can’t stop thinking about her.
About wanting to know her,
And when I do,
It changes everything,
Ruins it all.
Evan Marshall is more than my teacher.
Smart, witty, insightful,
And incredibly sexy.
The more I see him,
The more he touches me,
The more I want.
But I know the boundaries,
And they’re blurring by the second.
Jessa York has been teasing her readers with this story for awhile now and I have been eagerly anticipating the chance to get my hands on this one ever since! Let’s just say that the wait was well worth it and I absolutely adored every moment of Holly and Evan’s emotionally captivating story.
Mr. Marshall’s Method is a student/teacher forbidden romance that was certainly not lacking in the HEAT department. The chemistry between Holly Anderson and Evan Marshall set my heart on fire and that intense ache didn’t ease up the entire time I was devouring their story. The author managed to perfectly tell their story, while making you feel everything. Their love was beautiful and the moment these two laid eyes on each other, it was all over. They were destined to be together, even if their situation was complicated…
Readers will be taken on a rollercoaster ride full of twists and turns that will leave you second guessing everything. If you are a fan of forbidden romance, you won’t regret picking up this story! Jessa York did a phenomenal job with her storytelling ability and character development with this one and I can’t wait to see what the next book, Professor Richter’s Rules, has to hold!
About Jessa York
Jessa York writes Contemporary romance that will make you swoon and sighhhh.
Jessa lives in a very non-descript, unassuming town filled with the best kind of people. Most days, she can be found in the stands of various soccer fields, cheering her on Youngest, or discussing books with her Oldest (who is an English Honors student).