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4.0 out of 5 stars read, 20 Jun 2014
This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
This was a alright read and I found that I got to the end really quickly. Read this if you like a different way of a happy ending.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Steamy as heck!, 16 Mar 2014
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This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
Wow. When I started reading this book, I thought it would be just another skin-flick, but as page after page progressed, I realised I couldn't have been more wrong. This has to be, hands down, the best m/m erotic fiction I've ever read.

The development of James's encounter with Satish, the gradual shift of James's dependence on Carson's dominance to a position of more assertiveness, and his decision to deviate from Carson's instructions and forge something deeper with Satish...all brilliantly paced and presented. And the sex...simply fantastic.

I'm very intrigued as to how the relationships in the story will develop. As yet, Carson is still a disembodied presence via text message, so it'll be interesting to finally get a physical sense of him, and see and how he'll take James's 'rebellion'.

Kudos to Ms Belleau & Ms Gormley for a fascinating read. Looking forward to the next books in the series!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read, 14 Feb 2014
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This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
Good way to wile away half an hour - easy to read and surprisingly erotic. Would purchase other books by author.
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5.0 out of 5 stars And Taking a Mile, 21 Jun 2013
This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
James Sheridan is all keyed up. He has to make a pitch for his PHd candidacy in history, and this requires a suit. Once actually at the department store, he finds himself in a dilemma. When a flirtatious sales assistant helps him select several to try on, he still finds he has trouble deciding which one is best. Using his phone to take a photo of himself and then texting it to his fashion conscious sister seems the ideal solution. That is, until he gets the reply and discovers that he has sent it to his ex instead.

His ex takes that as an opportunity to step straight back into where they left off, and despite having broken things off with the handsome professor due to his lack of being to give up complete control to the very dominant man, carson finds himself responding in kind. now older and more mature, James seems ready to better wrap his head (pun intended) around the dynamics of their former relationship. What starts off as search for the right suit with the help of the flirty sales rep ends up with some down and dirty help getting off in changing room. The sales rep ends up with a satisfying day in more ways than one, and james finds that giving that inch to the professor may be just what he needs after all.

I found James to be a deeply conflicted young man deeply in need of direction, and the inability to make up his mind over the suit beautifully showcased that. It brought up his inner musings over his former relationship into sharp perspective and allowed me to see just how much of a compass he really needed. the professor is more than ready to go in and take charge back in his hands, and the hows and whys of just why he was so ready to step back in at a moments notice is realistically played out, albeit in the inevitably pat way required to fit within a limited number of pages.

It is quite a sexually explicit novel, so if you are uncomfortable with getting down and dirty, this may not be for you. I found the scenes to not only be quite hot, but well written. Another winner from Heidi Belleau (The Druid Stone (Unabridged)) and Amelia C. Gormley (The Laird's Forbidden Lover). I'd like to thank the publisher for the review copy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, 27 May 2013
This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
"Giving an inch" by Heidi Belleau is a short novel about the encounter of a young college student with a shop assistant. Unable to pick out his own clothes he resorts to asking for advice via sms/ texts and photos via his phone.
His ex, a rather dominant man who loves mind games, also gets involved, pushing all the right and wrong buttons of the poor student.
The story is full of wit and puns while at a deeper level showing the conflicted mind of the student who needs to decide his future direction in life, i.e. choose the right suit to wear.
I felt a little unprepared for the explicit sex talk/ scenes after the first half of more casual flirtations and think I personally would have enjoyed it better if the story had stayed more consistently one way or the other.
All in all an entertaining read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, 27 May 2013
This review is from: Giving An Inch (The Professor's Rule) (Kindle Edition)
"Giving an inch" by Heidi Belleau is a short novel about the encounter of a young college student with a shop assistant. Unable to pick out his own clothes he resorts to asking for advice via sms/ texts and photos via his phone.
His ex, a rather dominant man who loves mind games, also gets involved, pushing all the right and wrong buttons of the poor student.
The story is full of wit and puns while at a deeper level showing the conflicted mind of the student who needs to decide his future direction in life, i.e. choose the right suit to wear.
I felt a little unprepared for the explicit sex talk/ scenes after the first half of more casual flirtations and think I personally would have enjoyed it better if the story had stayed more consistently one way or the other.
All in all an entertaining read.
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