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Professor Cline Revealed (The Professor #1) (The Professor Series) by [La Rocca, J.M.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1219 KB
  • Print Length: 280 pages
  • Publisher: J.M. La Rocca (27 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00U4D8L0Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,860 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed by Dawn Vickers on behalf of Kindle Friends Forever.

Mason Cline broke tradition and did not want to follow in his father’s footsteps preferring to teach law as opposed to practising it. Mason suffered terribly as a child and hates his father with a passion. His father is a man not to be messed with, and Mason tries to have as little to do with him as possible. Working at NYU, Mason Cline is also drop-dead gorgeous, controlling, dark, dominant and damaged. His childhood was hellish and he carries the tortured memories and scars with him. Having his own particular way of coping and dealing with the pain, he suffers on a daily basis. He doesn’t do love, relationships or girlfriends; he has sex. And plenty of it! Then moves on. Everything he desires and wants, he always gets on his terms.

Quote ~ Mason: '' I'm not the ever after you're looking for, Emma, I'm your one night stand. I'm no good for you, I'll ruin you.''
Emma: ''Ruin me then.''

On a night out with friends, he first sets eyes on Emma. Something about her catches his eye and he finds himself unable to take his eyes off her. He’s determined to make her his. She too seems captivated, Emma works at the bar as a waitress and in a relationship with Tim that seems to be going nowhere. Her friends are convinced he’s cheating on her. When her friends are proved right, she leaves and moves in with her sister.

Emma is a student at NYU and cannot believe her professor is none other than the sexy man from the bar. Regardless of the fact that they are professor and student, they begin see each other. Finding it hard to keep their hands off each other isn’t an issue. Emma finds herself unable to resist the demanding Professor, and he finds himself opening up to her.
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*Gifted from Netgalley for an honest review* 4 Stars
I’m not entirely sure why I haven’t read this genre before, the teacher/student one. There’s plenty books out there but I have never seemed to gravitate towards them. So this is my first and I have to say that I really liked it. Possibly due to the dark threads running through it. Actually it is a dark read once you get into the bones of it. That darkness comes in the form of Professor Mason Cline and all his dark demons that he tries so hard to hide from the world. He does a bloody good job in doing so until a certain Emmalynn falls into his world, literally.
This book Is very much centred around Mason, the darkness that haunts him and I have to say I found him quite a foreboding character. Very alpha male whose vulnerability is locked up tight, hidden. He starts falling for Emma but not so much in your conventional way and he tries to thwart their relationship at every turn. To say he is nothing short of a bastard at times is putting it mildly. But Emma sees something and neither of them seem to be able to resist the other.
It gets quite hot under the collar at times and then suddenly your whisked into Mason’s frigid temperament when he realises he’s let his mask slip. There’s old threats that will most likely come into play in the second instalment which I think will most likely be an even more riveting read than this one. After all Emma stumbled upon his moment of weakness and caught a glimpse of the real Professor Cline. Really enjoyed the style of writing and the characters, although a fair bit of back and forth with the timeline it was easy to follow and these chapters were very much needed to understand what was happening. Fight or Flight? Can’t wait to find out 
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A great book a major player in law making illegal things go UN noticed trying to control his only son who is trying to fight his demons a young law student tryin to get on in life doesn't know what she is getting in to brilliant
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Really enjoyed this book a can't wait to find out what happens in the next instalment. Liked the fact that Mason Cline has a history and we slowly get clips of his past to understand why he's like he is. The only downside for me was how quickly he had feelings for Emma, understandably there is an instant attraction for some people but he changed his ways far to quickly for someone who clearly had issues showing affection. Would have liked a more gradual start to their relationship but otherwise couldn't put the book down!

Definitely recommend.
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At first, I really struggled with the book but I am so glad I continued reading it.
Mason Cline is a law professor at NYU and is about to go into his second year of teaching when he meets Emmalynn at a bar. Emmalynn bumps into Mason accidently and spills a drink over him so he tells her that she owes him and should go on a date with him. She turns him down as she has a boyfriend. We find out that Emmalynn's boyfriend is cheating on her so she goes and lives with her sister and her roomate. We find out that

Mason is Emma's new professor and he's determined that they will sleep together and it will be a one off. Mason humiliates Emma by leaving her alone in bed and she vows he won't get a second chance. Well as its a book, she obviously gives him one more go and its an interesting read.
Mason has a lot of messed up things in his history and you can see how that affects his relationship with Emma.

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he also self harms himself which I found difficult to read, but thats because of personal reasons. But you can see that he feels he needs to harm to be in control.

I would recommend this book highly
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