The Teach Me series starts off with the story of Raine and Mac, the most unlikely of best friends…Taken from his parents and bounced from one foster home to the next, former Navy SEAL turned math teacher, Callum “Mac” Mackenzie had a rough childhood.The only time he’s let himself get attached to anyone has been with his military “brothers”.He’s convinced he doesn’t know The Teach Me series starts off with the story of Raine and Mac, the most unlikely of best friends…Taken from his parents and bounced from one foster home to the next, former Navy SEAL turned math teacher, Callum “Mac” Mackenzie had a rough childhood.
So strong in fact that readers will feel like they are reading books about their best friends. The book is not fluffy by any means and this is because the author is able to add real emotions to complex life situations that some people may not understand. After leaving a career that basically turns one’s world upside down, it’s easy to see why he is the way he is. This is an outstanding novel that I highly recommend to all romance and contemporary readers.
I want NOT disappointed in this one and I can’t imagine anyone else would be. I can’t wait to see where the author takes the rest of the series.
Raine is quickly turning 30 and has gone on disastrous date after disastrous date for years.
When Mac and Raine start teaching across the hall from each other, they become best of friends.
He’s spent fourteen years in the Navy and now he gets to live out his other dream: teaching.
Her thirtieth birthday fast approaching, science teacher, Raine Thompson feels as if her time to find “the one” is running out.
Mac came back injured, got a teacher position and met Raine. Everybody warned him of any kind of relationship with her, because he was anti-commitment and she was looking for a life mate. So now I knew that the H was not a nice caring guy, he had feelings for the h, but it didn’t stop him to sleep around. Seriously, if I had to pick one favorite thing (out of several favorite things) about this book, it would be the banter.
And the same everyone warned her of him because of the same reasons. And of course she didn’t have sex with him during these 4 months *eye roll*. And later in the book I read much more hints about his player moves. This is a true friends-to-lovers romance, and I felt like the nature of that relationship—and its gradual transition from one thing to another—was captured perfectly in the banter.
; good reviews almost complaining it was too sweet. I’ve got it…So my review is basically about my personal disappointment and the “bitter pills” in a bowl of sugar.
The h/Raine 29/30 – teacher The H/Mac (Callum) – teacher, former Navy SEALTruth to be told I’ve got my sweet read till about 28 % of the book.
But when feelings begin to develop, neither is brave enough to admit it until there is no turning back. It was so much fun watching her go on these terrible blind dates. Mac had so much to offer and as a best friend he was perfect.