Tomboy mechanic Cat has fixed up a classic 1978 Chevy Nova in the shop, but unless she passes everything else to get into a prestigious college, her mother's new husband, Ted, won't let her drive it. Unfortunately, math is not Cat's subject, but while her parents hope David, the British tutor they find for her, will help her find a way to navigate geometry, Cat finds herself wishing he would teach her something much more interesting.
Note: This story appeared in Coming Together V3.
©2010 Selena Kitt (P)2014 Selena Kitt
STORY: 3.5 stars
PERFORMANCE: 5 stars
OVERALL: 4 stars
This is a typical Selena Kitt book: short, hot, somewhat taboo, fun and easy to read. I listened to the audiobook which was read by a phenomenal narrator, boosting up the overall rating. There is nothing extra special about this book unless you've read other books by Selena Kitt like I have which means you know how many books she has written and how incredible it is that she can still write something different after writing so many! In this particular book she did a fantastic job of taking a common, every day problem (an 18-year-old struggling to understand complex math problems), cleverly playing on words (math terminology) and other tools, to turn studying into a very erotic situation.
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