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Return to Book. Hot for teacher: A shy librarian has to study up when she meets the experienced professor who has her. Professor Maxwell Radclyffe is no stranger to great sex. Stressed to the max and needing a little release, he casually sends a steamy message to a former hookup who prefers no-strings-attached fun, too.
Or so he thinks.
When she gets a sext from an unknownshe wants to try something wild for once. Get A Copy. Audio CD. More Details Let's Talk Sext with me Sext 3. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please up. To ask other readers questions about Sext With Meplease up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list ». Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters.
Sort order. Loved this, the writing style worked for me and kept me reading straight through the whole thing. My only qualm was the later conflict in the book when she view spoiler [ feels abandoned by him because he thought he was texting someone else.
That's hypocritical because she also thought she was texting someone else. And how was she abandoned? He's right there and she's the one that ran lol.
Sep 09, Carrie rated it it was ok. I have to admit that I immediately had reservations about this book when the main character was hired right out of undergrad to be a special collections librarian. Colleges usually require higher ed degrees for librarian positions. Besides that, it was eh. This was a fun sexy read. Thank you to NetGalley sext with me this e-arc. Maxwell was an interring character to get to know. A human sexuality professor, Max is not shy about his sexual desires and doesn't shy away from them, until he gets the hots for the new, sexy University librarian.
Fresh from graduation, Talia is trying to adjust to this new chapter in her life, like she's adjusted to every 2. Fresh from graduation, Talia is trying to adjust to this new chapter in her life, like she's adjusted to everything in her life--with fierce determination to succeed. Shy on the surface but curious to explore more outside her academic life, Talia is immediately attracted to her older faculty mentor. As stories go, this wasn't an epic love story. I loved Max and his charming ways, but in truth I couldn't see him noticing Talia or pursuing anything with her beyond a casual fling.
I could sense their attraction for each other, but I didn't really get a sense for the connection that would bring about a lasting relationship. Evie Claire is a new-to-me author so I did go into the story with any expectations. The writing was okay, although for a book titled Sext with Methe sexting exchanged were few and far between and when they happened it was more awkward than sexy.
I sext with me have rather have a bit more mystery in the texting and have more of the detailed, passionate sex when Max and Talia actually got together. Ultimately, when the sex did actually occur, it felt a little lacking after all that anticipation. There were other issues the characters had to deal with throughout the story that didn't gel with me very well. I understand that Talia's experience with her mother shaped her into the person she was today, but all the drama and inner monologue she kept having didn't really add anything to the story that wasn't already mentioned before.
Truthfully, I found myself skimming through parts of it because, although these event were happening at the time, the point had already been established and didn't need to be hashed further. I got it, Talia had Mommy issues that cause her to make bad decisions early on, but that ultimately helped her become the independent, determined if emotionally stunted, closed off person she became. Yeah, I didn't like her very much.
As for Max, he was a handsome older bachelor dealing with his own emotional baggage. His parents' relationship and lack of attention in his formative years left him completely aloof when it came to emotional entanglements. He knew all about the physical, what the body needed and how good it felt to give into his carnal desires. So it was kind of fun to see him so affected by a woman he could not pursue if only because he was so confused by all the emotions he was having when in the past he was led only by the physical aspects of being with a woman.
All in all, this was not a bad story, it just wasn't for me. Aug 20, Allison Rettman Nelson rated it liked it Shelves: Sext with Me was a very easy read. I appreciated the flow of the story, although I feel that the end was rushed. I do have to say, for a book about sexting, there wasn't a lot of sexting going on.
There were maybe times that sexting occurred, and I think that was not enough since the book is based around the sexting relationship of the main characters. That being said, I do have to say that the sexting conversations made me a bit uncomfortable. Had the actions been happening in real time, I wouldn't have minded as much. I think I was just uncomfortable with the text conversation in general. If you're into sexting, these parts of the book will be right up your alley.
Again, I did like the writing and I liked the two main characters. I also sext with me the side characters, especially Gran and Maxwell's mom. I liked how they added subtly to Max and Talia's stories. Overall, liked this story. It didn't blow my mind but it wasn't bad! It was a short and fun smutty read, and even though the sexting made me uncomfortable at times, I did like that it was something I hadn't read in a book before. Aug 19, Bekki McClish rated it liked it.
I always think that I like books that including sexting, but then I read certain ones, and I realize I don't really care for actual sexting, typing out a whole sexual fantasy as though it if is actually happening, while in reality those people are doing something completely different while typing said things, THAT makes me cringe. I guess I just actually like racy flirtations via text. This had me thinking it was more of a slow burn type romance, and then it picked up with the sexting, but then I always think that I like books that including sexting, but then I read certain ones, and I realize I don't really care for actual sexting, typing out a whole sexual fantasy as though it if is actually happening, while in reality those people are doing something completely different while typing said things, THAT makes me cringe.
This had me thinking it was more of a slow burn type romance, and then it picked up with the sexting, but then the sexting made me cringe - not because it wasn't sexy, it just didn't flow how I wanted it sext with me, and apparently reading sexting, just like IRL, makes me purse my mouth while clenching my teeth and shake my head no.
A few times towards the beginning I thought this would be a DNF for me, but I'm glad I stuck with it, and it turned out to be pleasant read. It won't be on my re-read list, but I'm not sad I read it.
My rating of 3 stars means it was okay, and I finished it. I received a free copy of this book and am giving my review voluntarily. Sep 07, patrick Lorelli rated it really liked it Shelves: romance. The book starts with you meeting both characters. Professor or Doctor Radclyffe teaches about human sexuality and then Talia King who is a new Liberian having just graduated.
Now after an awkward meeting or run into the hall the characters from there are meant to be together for they are put together in other means as well. It is after these few meetings and him receiving a second phone that the sexting begins. It does not last very long before they meet and realize what had happened.
Wanting to The book starts with you meeting both characters. Wanting to be with him Talia finds herself drawn to him and also finds herself helping his mother when she has her own issues with her own mother. He on the other hand is not nor ever has looked for love so will he know it when it strikes. Both of these characters have issues from there pasts that they need to work out. When you get to the end though I liked it I wish there was a little more before his last words. Overall, I liked the book. I received this book from Netgalley.
Follow us at www. Aug 30, Aurora rated sext with me liked it. This was a cute book. I do love that the main character Talia grew in the book from a former student at the school she had just graduated from to a member of the faculty.
It was a nice progression to watch because that is a real growth point. I would have loved to learn more about her love of books and if she read erotica and such so when she started sexting, it wouldn't have been so abrupt with the quasi naughty.
I loved Talia's relationship with her grandmother because it seemed genuine. Maxw This was a cute book. Maxwell was exactly what someone would think of as a teacher I think, minus the cardigans with the elbow patches. I loved how pure he was with Talia once he opened up to her. Once he realized it was real and he could say all the things he hated. It warmed my heart. Nov 04, Alicia theromanticbibliotheca rated it liked it. This was my first book by Evie Claire and it was pretty OK. To be honest, I actually thought there would be way more sexting and sext with me a couple more sex scenes coz the book is under the erotica genre.
I think there could have been more room for the relationship between the two to This was my first book by Evie Claire and it was pretty OK. I think there could have been more room for the relationship between the two to develop a little more. The ending for me was a little abrupt. Sep 08, Genevieve rated it liked it. This is my honest and voluntary review. There were parts I liked and parts I didn't like.
What I didn't like; Sext with me King - she was not my kind of character, her character was confusing - very shy and reserved then quite naughty then reserved again and her maturity level was annoying for an adult relationship. Overall I'm giving this one 2. Obviously, that didn't influence my review. Heroine Talia King and hero Maxwell Radclyffe break all kinds of rules for successful faculty mentoring, most notably by having a sexual relationship. There are too many underdeveloped side plots and characters--I couldn't keep track of the MCs friends and co-workers and I usually feel like I'm pretty smart.Sext with me
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