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CHANGE OF COURSE by SIERRA HILL


Falling for the professor wasn’t part of my plan…


From the moment the man walked into the bar, I knew he was still in the closet. But that didn’t stop us from sharing an incredible night together.


Our easy, one-night hookup went from no-strings-attached to a tangled mess on the first day of the semester, when I locked eyes with the mystery man from the bar... who also happens to be my new Art History professor.


Lucas Mathiasson is everywhere I turn and the harder we try to resist, the closer we’re pulled together. Until our weekend in Vegas. Then all bets – and rules – are off.


But lessons in love can’t be taught from a syllabus. They have to be experienced.


And not all love is easy. Not all rules are meant to be broken. And not all men are created to live life in the open.


Falling for my professor wasn’t part of the plan... but how do you let go of the man who taught you how to love?


AMAZON | GOODREADS



Change of Course was an exquisite student/teacher read featuring a diverse and often times hilarious cast of well written and insiteful characters. My two favorites are of course the main characters.


Lucas and Kyler, two vastly different men in countless ways, hook up at random and fate throws them together time and time again when they discover not only do they have mutual friends but that Lucas is Kyler's art professor at university. Neither man is strong enough to resit the chemistry between them after being reunited. They do give staying away from one another and resisting temptation a valiant try more than once considering just how badly things could go if anyone found out about their relationship. Plus, Lucas is still deep in the closet. His family and friends don't know his preference, at all.


Spoiler Alert: It doesn't go as well as they hoped and soon enough they stop fighting the pull between them all together which leads to some steamy scenes that were well crafted and hot as sin.


Things get rocky near the end of the book with the emergence of an old boyfriend who was perfectly written if the Sierra Hill intended him to be a total creep, a vindictive student, and a meddling grandmother but in the end the pair get their happily ever after.





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