Me & Mr. Jones

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I thought he was a student.
But he's my new professor.

Finley O'Connell is a shy, reserved college student who has no intention of ever trusting another man. At nineteen, Finley spends her Friday nights alone, studying clinical psychology to ease her mind of the abusive childhood she has yet to overcome. More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311667427
About Lindsay Marie Miller

LINDSAY MARIE MILLER was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida, where she graduated from high school as Valedictorian. At sixteen, she started writing her first novel, Emerald Green, after being inspired by Stephenie Meyer's International Bestselling Twilight Saga. During her time in college, Lindsay wrote 5 more novels and over 100 songs. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Florida State University, she put her B.A. in English Literature to good use and published her debut novel, Emerald Green. An author of over 10 Romance Titles, Lindsay currently resides in her hometown of Tallahassee where she is always working on her next novel.

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Review by: Sandra Lopez on Jan. 07, 2016 :
She met the Golden Boy during a cold rain and was immediately captivated by his beauty and charm. Little did she know that he would be Mr. Jones, her college professor. Oh, how the freshman blushed with embarrassment. Still, her infatuation lingers on for the young 25-year old psychology teacher.

Throughout the semester, Finley continues to run into Mr. Jones, catching his eye with shy, fumbling retreats. She is basically the epitome of the quiet, studious college student, which would relate to many readers.

Strange how it all turns totally Mission Impossible. It was unexpected and just seemed a little offsetting for me. Suddenly, it’s just the two of them, stranded and on the run. Alone, in a cold cabin out in the middle of nowhere—of course, they would get closer. I mean, the two were sharing body heat.

Well-written for the most part, this is a story of a sensual infatuation in the midst of treacherous survival. But for a naïve introvert like Finley, this was all a shocking surprise that only kept on getting worse. It seems Mr. Jones wasn’t what he claimed to be. All of a sudden, the reader is thrust into politics, terrorist groups, and conspiracy theories. What? I liked how this book started, but then about half-way through, it was kind of losing me with its mysterious complexities, the story deviating from the two main characters and going from one harrowing situation to another. Even though it was a fast read, it was still a lot to take in.

I understood the author was going for this political/psychological thriller romance, which might suit some readers, but I just feel that I would’ve enjoyed it better if it was a tad more simplified.
(reviewed 85 days after purchase)

Review by: S.K. Gregory on Dec. 01, 2015 :
Finley O’Connell is a freshman in college. She is shy and doesn’t like attention, but she soon draws it from her new teacher Cabel Jones. He is only twenty five and Finley is attracted to him, but unfortunately they can’t be together. Then something horrible happens and the two are thrown together in the middle of nowhere.
I think this was a well written story, maybe a little short, I would have liked if it was longer. Both characters were well developed and I enjoyed the story. Finley was a good character and I believed the chemistry between her and Cabel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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