I promised her that I’d live my best life once I was free.
It was that promise that led me to Voyeur — to Daniel.
What better place to conquer my fear of intimacy than a club that allows you to watch?
Who better to help me than the owner himself?
On night one, my past comes roaring back, urging me to run like I always had before.
This time I ran into his arms.
With my fear still clinging to my skin, he brushed it away and made his own promise.
“I’ll teach you.”
His promise turns to friendship. A friendship turns to passion.
We didn’t know what to do with that passion — between the not-so-broken girl and the man who promised to never love again.
Daniel and I started because of a promise, and I hoped that we wouldn’t end because of one too.
“I’m not always a gentle man, Hanna.”
ARC REVIEW ➼
I was so excited to find out Daniel was getting a story and the fact that this is also Hanna’s is a win. Teacher was everything I could have wanted and more for Daniel and Hanna and this series.
Hanna is a survivor. She is a fighter. She is broken. She is strong. She experienced something no one should ever have to; she still struggles with that darkness and the fact that her twin didn’t survive. My heart completely broke for her and what she experienced; however, I love that she wanted to fight that darkness and overcome her fears. Daniel is successful, he owns a bar and a club. However, there is a side to him that feeds a fear. A side that explains why he doesn’t do relationships and I just wanted to give him a hug.
I love Daniel and Hanna. They had chemistry from the start, even just as friends. Their relationship progressing was beautiful to read as they both slowly started to overcome everything that was holding them back. They needed each other to heal, to move on from the events of their pasts. They way Daniel is with Hanna is sweet. He is so caring, he doesn’t push her, he waits for her to want to go further. Hanna is also caring when it comes to Daniel. Everything about their relationship and connection is beautiful.
Teacher will have you experiencing a wide range of emotions. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll feel frustrated at times. I’m sad to say goodbye to Voyeur and to each of the couples I’ve grown to love over the years. This is a MUST READ and one of my TOP READS for 2020.