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Series: A Proper Education #1
Publication Date: October 16, 2020
Publisher: Rhys Writes Romance
Genre: Contemporary, LGBTQ+, M M Romance, Romance
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He’s my teacher, I’m his student.
He’s my boss… I’m his daughter’s nanny.
Gordon is mature and experienced and I have a thing for silver foxes.
But I can’t let him know how I feel. Or show him in any way.
Problem is I’m falling in love.
How could I not when Gordon looks at me like I’m his biggest fantasy?
Or his worst nightmare. But which one is it? And does he feel the same way?
Beau Pair is the first book in Rhys Everly’s steamy, low-angst, teacher/student romance series, A Proper Education.
It contains an age gap pairing, sizzling romance, and high levels of cuteness.
I fell for Beau right away, is that normal? (Oh well!) His personality and the way he acts drew me in from the start. Plus he sounds really cute. He loves fashion and designing is plus he is going to college.
Then comes in Gordon, the silver fox. He too caught my attention and held it. He has a daughter with his lesbian best friend Dolly. I found that the family dynamic works really well for them. Gordon isn’t prepared for what is about to happen to him, it seems.
Beau and Gordon’s paths cross when Gordon needs to hire a live-in nanny. But he was not expecting someone like Beau and they are drawn to each to each other instantly, even if they can not admit their own feelings to themselves and each other.
The plot thickens when Beau’s first day of college starts and he finds that Gordon is one of his professors. Well, that makes things even more complicated, especially when he can not control his own thoughts while in class.
Beau Pair kept my attention from the first chapter. It was a quick read that did not have any real low or interesting parts. I really enjoyed the part of Gordon’s family growing not only with the nanny Beau but with Dolly and Zoe as well.
Beau Pair features an age-gap romance. It was also a student/teacher romance. For me, this was a win-win combination and kept things interesting. Then you add in an employee/boss relationship, and this book was a home run!
Overall I really enjoyed Beau Pair and kept my attention the entire time. It was a quick read and hit all the major plot points in a great way. I am really looking forward to what book two in the A Proper Education series will be about.