Mrs. Jones' Secret Life

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A young man falls in love with his teacher. This story describes his unconventional way of getting past her fears of being caught and destroying her life. We only hear about the affairs that have gone wrong. We never hear about the ones that work, and there are more of them than anyone cares to believe. Affairs between students and teachers are usually short lived, but some can last a lifetime. More

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Words: 35,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301360659
About Christopher Maddox

I have always been addicted to love and romance. I like strong, independent women, so I tend to write about strong female characters that either start out strong or develop whatever inner strength is needed to see them through. My heroes and heroines are sometimes flawed because mistakes and imperfections always build character and strength in strong people. Some of my stories are taken from life’s experiences while others are drawn from experiences I wish I’d had.
In my world, there are no boundaries to the limitless pleasures that can be found in the female form or from the joy that can be shared between lovers. However, my books are not about page after page of mindless, non-stop sex, but when it is appropriate, I try to make it real.
Where love and romance have a chance to blossom, intimacy is usually part of the equation because it is the fuel that ignites the desire that leads to love. I like to think of myself as an adult romance writer with a moral compass. I live in Florida with my wife and three, poorly trained, dogs. Oh, yes, I almost forgot. I love happy endings.
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Review by: islandgirl21 on July 13, 2013 :
Good story with a twist. Great read. I also enjoyed the sequel, Tender Restraints.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: curmudgeon on June 13, 2013 :
A good, imaginative story. Good value. It would be easier to read we're the author more generous with punctuation (commas) and white space.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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