Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Tyler's Teacher

Tyler's Teacher, J.M. Snyder, JMS Books
Jason Peters is a young widowed father whose son, Tyler, is a precocious first grader starting a new school in the middle of the term. His new teacher is Greg Boucher, a man near Jason’s age who is incredibly attractive. For the first time since his wife’s death, Jason finds himself interested in the possibility of a romantic relationship.

It seems Greg feels the same. At a parent/teacher conference, Jason admits he’s gay, and to his surprise, Greg asks him out on a date. They spend a wonderful evening together, but when morning dawns, Jason realizes things can’t move forward between them unless his son is comfortable with the arrangement.

Will Tyler understand Jason’s interest in his teacher? Or will Jason have to choose between what he wants and what’s best for his son?

This is a sweet quick read that will leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling, and once again re-affirms my belief that  Ms. Snyder is the Queen of novellas. She can take 75 pages and manipulate it into a story that will make you think you just finished 750.

The character's in this story are real and the situation is one that could be happening anywhere, anytime. Tyler will steal your heart before you realize it. Jason and Greg will steam you glasses with just the potential of what is to come between them.

If you are looking for a quick but oh so full-filling read on your lunch break or while sitting in a waiting room before an appointment...or heck anytime you have 20 minutes and want to smile then make sure Tyler's Teacher is on your e-reader for just that occasion!


RATING: 4 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries.  This book was given to us by JMS Books. Many thanks.
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