Our relationship developed out of an obsession. It wasn't the girl, but the idea that fixing someone who was broken meant there was hope for me. Even in my search for redemption, I was selfish. That doesn't mean I didn't love her. In the end, my love for her was the only thing I had left. For Emma, our relationship sprang from innocence.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Honor Student by Teresa Mummert. Emma lives a very self-destructive life, barely making her way through college. Her world is turned upside down after meeting Mr. Honor, her new history teacher whose idea of discipline may be a little too much for Emma to handle.
While trying to figure out their new relationship, they also have to deal with the very real possibility that someone has discovered their secre Emma lives a very self-destructive life, barely making her way through college. While trying to figure out their new relationship, they also have to deal with the very real possibility that someone has discovered their secret and is trying to hurt them. But Mr. Honor is keeping a few secrets of his own from Emma.
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To view it, click here. Today's recap of Honor Student is brought to you by VanDermemes Warning, this review contains spoilers. Take it away VanDermemes! Emma is a student, her teacher is replaced by Mr. Honor "His hair was dark and just long enough to pull of the 'just out of bed' look. His eyes were a piercing blue that matched his button up shirt that hugged his muscular chest perfectly.
Honor seems so hot yet we soon learn that he is controlling and likes to order Emma around with menacing texts and rapid Today's recap of Honor Student is brought to you by VanDermemes Honor seems so hot yet we soon learn that he is controlling and likes to order Emma around with menacing texts and rapid commands of NOW!!!
Emma has a bit of fun in the bathroom with the girls But then gets a "lesson" from her new teacher. Emma decides to give up her V-card to Mr. Honor by letting him tie her up with a belt AND to the bed They play a lovely game of cat and mouse teasing each other at the club Then it's more time at Mr. Honor's place where it should be this Soon our brand new couple hit a snag in the relationship But it is just a big misunderstanding Emma falls asleep a lot More drama and there is a fight Honor comes out the winner and all are happy.
The two are in love and go on vacation after graduation for more sexy time But then Emma gets to meet the parents She sets the record straight with dear old dad Another big misunderstanding and Emma takes off Honor finds her and proposes The story ends and waits for you to read Mr.
Honor's POV in the next book. Which I will read because I already bought the damn thing. View all comments. This book was so bad I couldn't get past 40 pages, which was a struggle in itself.
While I can't say if the spelling and grammar errors were due to the ebook copy I'd gotten, the sentences on their own were bad enough to make me unable to get through most of it. If you enjoy someone who can't write a decent compound sentence, this book is for you! The fact that a writer would make constant use of word sentences and sentence fragments left me feeling like I was in a car with a student driver This book was so bad I couldn't get past 40 pages, which was a struggle in itself.
The fact that a writer would make constant use of word sentences and sentence fragments left me feeling like I was in a car with a student driver too long with all of the stopping and starting. Bells are ringing signaling class has ended? Now I've been in college for quite some time, and have transferred between a couple. That being said never in my life has there been a bell signaling classes end. Shockingly college campuses have class that end at all different times.
Lunch Period Colleges don't have lunch periods. They don't have lunch bells, and most of the time you are lucky to even get lunch. Other authors have done the lunch period in college thing and it hasn't bothered me like it does in this book.
I think it's how much high school she's adding in that's just irritating. Teachers caring if you go to class No teacher in college tells you to go to class. They don't patrol the hallways, and half the time they don't even know if you have a class the next period. People actually stand around and talk quite often in college and no one really gives a crap. Class Names and activities Gym, History, Math?
All high school terminology. No one in college refers to their classes by those terms. It's more like "Stats" "Yoga" ect. Because most of us are pretentious and like to sound like we're in classes that are worth paying money for. That being said, I've never in my life heard of someone playing dodgeball in college.
Not once for the couple hundred dollars you pay for a class. The Office and Signing In Though Emma makes a point to say "I'm an adult, this isn't high school you don't need to sign me in" it still fell right back into someone going in to set things up for her.
There's not just a set office to go into and talk to people. There's not really a guidance office you have on campus psychologists maybe? It was actually the reason I had to quit reading, aside from how ridiculous it all sounds. I kept trying to tell myself that Emma was in high school and that would help my pet peeves but it really didn't. She kept insisting it was college, all the while sounding like a high school girl giddy with a hot professor.
View all 15 comments. Really bad. The first thing that rubbed me wrong was writing.
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Author Teresa Mummert grew up in a small town located in Pennsylvania, and it was here that she started dating the man she would later marry. They were only sixteen years old when they began dating, and were married at the age of eighteen. They would also move down to Louisiana, as her husband started his career in the military. They live in the state of Georgia with their four kids. She began writing stories while her husband was deployed over in Afghanistan, and used it to get away from the fact that he was fighting in a war. She found that it could quite therapeutic for her to write; as it allowed her to have an outlet for what she was feeling and helped her stay busy. She says that she always enjoyed writing, usually short stories or poetry.