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Daddy’s gonna teach her some manners. 

Maddox: There's a reason why I have a reputation. But if I do this, my past could go away. I have to take little Cora’s virginity. Spoil her from the good little girl into a naughty vixen who begs for Daddy so good. I have to teach her to be a good slut, but only for me. And then I have to let her go and never look back. 

Cora: He’s my teacher. I shouldn’t be attracted to him - he’s intent on humiliating me in class and making me kneel in private. I should hate Maddox. Should see him for the handsome, inked monster he is. But I can’t stay away. Can’t stop myself from begging.... Teach me, Daddy. 

A full-length dark romance novel. Teacher/student theme. Stand-alone, no cliff-hanger, no cheating. HEA guaranteed.

©2017 Isabella Starling & Demi Donovan (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Teach Me Daddy

I read this story when it was first released and liked it. Recently, I was given the opportunity to listen to the audiobook. What follows is my original review of the story with a new addition for my review of the narration.

As a high school teacher the thought of lusting after and having sex with a student is disgusting. Therefore, reading about teacher/student relationships feels creepy and is not something I typically go for. I have read a few books by Isabella Starling and liked them all. Because of this, honestly, when this came out I chose to read it without reading the blurb about it. I didn't know it was about a teacher/student relationship. Once I figured it out I decided to go ahead and keep reading just to see how it turned out. So, with all that being said, I did think it was a good book. There were two big twists in the story of Cora and Maddox. While I did figure out the first one fairly early on the second one was a complete surprise.

I really liked both narrators. The female had an innocence to her voice which I felt went along well with the character of Cora. I thought the male narrator did a great job with Maddox, but also when he was speaking as Cora. I would definitely listen to both these narrators again.
*I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Copy of the audiobook. This is my honest review."