Friday, January 7, 2011

Review: Teaching Tyler by Glynnis Ivy

Teaching Tyler by Glynnis Ivy

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



For the first time since the untimely passing of her husband years before, Professor Alene Slavlovsky has agreed to take on a new piano student from the university. She has heard a lot about the gifted Tyler Watson and is eager to work with the prodigy.

Tyler has never felt such an immediate and strong physical attraction to a woman. He can’t look at her without imagining licking something off her smooth, shapely body. Everything she says sounds like a sexy double entendre. His pants are getting tighter by the minute. He’s not sure he can even sit to play the piano.

Alene can’t believe how this much-younger man affects her. But Tyler Watson is all man—a bright, beautiful, extraordinarily gifted man who knows he wants her. And lets her know he plans to have her. In her wildest dreams, Alene never would’ve guessed that Tyler’s magic fingerwork away from the keyboard would make her hear music.

Hunter's Review

Reading Glynnis Ivy’s book Teaching Tyler is a bit like reading poetry come to life. She is writing about musicians and the writing feels like music coming off the page. I’ve actually never had this experience before when reading erotic romance and I certainly didn’t expect to find it when reading a so-called cougar romance. But I loved this story for the sheer joy of watching the words flow off the page.

Alene has been alone a long time and although she doesn’t know it her heart is getting ready to melt. Tyler has known his own share of tragedy and is wise beyond his years. They both feel things very acutely—something I found to be absolutely accurate having spent time with artists.

I highly, highly recommend this book. You will not be disappointed by a minute of it.

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

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