2009 EPPIE AWARD WINNER !!!
Professor Conner Devlin finds himself hopelessly in love with his young submissive. Told with intense honesty from the dominant's point of view, A Good Student gives a rare look inside a man's heart. A man caught in the throes of a compelling passion. Listening to Conner's confession is like having your own personal Master tell you everything he feels, with a poet's skill and a therapist's insight.
Many Elliot Mabeuse fans voiced disappointment that the first Good Student audiobook was abridged. We listened. Your pleas were heard. Here is the rest of it, Part II. Fourteen more chapters, eight listening hours. The second half is the true love story between Emma and her professor.
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Great book! Must Read!!
Very much so! It was awesome to hear both the teacher and the student in this second book!
A Good Student Part I of course but II has almost a Shades of Grey feel to it.
They both have wonderful voices and I completely enjoyed listening to them tell me this story
I'm still reeling from it. I am so glad the writer did it, not only from Connor's viewpoint but also from Emma's. It's so profound and wonderful to hear her point of view and her struggle to find herself. I don't know if I can really put into words the effect this second book had on me. It was so freeing. It wasn't like the first book in my mind because in the first book I found myself trying to fit myself into Emma's heart and mind and be like her; but the second book made me understand that it's about understanding the need to be true to your heart and to your desires. What a gem. What a treasure this second book was!!!
- Aimee Doss
Raw and Emotion with Amazing Realism
Yes Very Much so.
Well of course Good Student Part I but also the Saving Anna Series by Sherry Hayes
Yes Good Student I. But this book could easily stand alone. This is the continuation of that story and builds on the raw emotion and magnetic attraction that these 2 unlikely characters have for each other. Mira Noire was amazing. She not only nailed Emma she WAS Emma. I feel like I have known this character all my life after listening to her performance.
Yes With any Elliott Mabeuse book you expect raw passion and great depth of detail. His ability to paint a scene and hold your interest is poetic. The idea of telling the story from both the man and the woman's point of view is facinating and grips your senses.
I was amazed by the reality of the feelings each character has. I could be totally convinced that this was a true story. It was so amazing to hear what each character felt and thought about each scene just after it had unfolded. This book could easily be a text book on how to and how not to build a relationship. I would buy part III in a hearbeat if it were written.