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Teacher

Narrated by: Ava Erickson, Brian Pallino
Length: 7 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I promised her that I'd live my best life once I was free. It was that promise that led me to Voyeur - to Daniel.

What better place to conquer my fear of intimacy than a club that allows you to watch? And who better to help me than the owner himself?

On night one, my past comes roaring back, urging me to run like I always had before.

This time I ran into his arms.

With my fear still clinging to my skin, he brushed it away and made his own promise: I'll teach you.

His promise turns to friendship...and friendship turns to passion.

We didn’t know what to do with that passion - between the not-so-broken girl and the man who promised to never love again.

Daniel and I started because of a promise, and I hoped that we wouldn’t end because of one, too.

The last installment in the best-selling Voyeur series, Teacher is Daniel and Hanna's steamy, tension-filled friends-to-lovers stand-alone romance.

©2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Wow Ava

I loved this book.After listening to 'Another ', I was really itching to listen to 'Teacher' . Hannah's story was really hard to hear because I'm sensitive to that subject. Ava did an amazing job acting out Hannah's emotions. It was a great end to the series.

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  • Romance Reader
  • 29-07-2020

What an audio!

Absolutely love Brian Pallino. It was my first time listening to Ava Erickson but this narrators work for this story. Love the innocence of her voice that gave life to Hanna!

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  • Laura
  • 26-07-2020

Oh Danny, Oh boy...

I loved this story! I love how Fiona gave us insight into what made Hannah, Hannah and how sweet, dirty and delectable Danny is. Like, really the sweetest of the bunch. The story didnt have much in terms of twists and turns - I expected Daniel to give into his more lecherous side and for Hannah to go on a date that wasnt Daniel but I could live with the love story it was. I hope this isn't the end of the Voyeur crew - I could see some further developments but for now, all is well.

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  • Native
  • 22-07-2020

Daniel...

Fiona Cole delivers. I have read the book twice. I don't know if a Daniel type really exists, but geesh. Brian did a fantastic job bringing him to life. I pre-ordered this one bc it is my favorite of the Voyeur series (one of the best series out there). I love sweet, strong Hanna as the main character. I struggled warming up to her due to her behavior in a previous book in the series. However, she is a hero in this one. Love the characters, the writing, and the narrators. Worth a credit? Yes.

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  • Taylorpriziola
  • 07-09-2020

Meh...

3 stars ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ I’ve read one other book by Fiona Cole and that was Voyeur. It was definitely better than this book. Teacher was just okay in my opinion. Good storyline, but would’ve liked more details on what happened to Hanna. Maybe it was told in the other books, but being a standalone you would think Fiona would’ve given her readers some back history. The MC’s were just meh to me...nothing to write home about. Yes, the sex was hot, but I never got that real connection between them. Daniel just seem bored most of the time. Like he could take it or leave it. Their just wasn’t much growth between the two characters. One minute their friends and the next minute they’re in love. Hanna supposedly hated to be touched, but she had no problems with the exercises that Daniel requested or the dirty talking he did. I would think if someone went through that much trauma like Hannah did, there would be a lot of things that she would not be able to tolerate. So that whole part of the book was kinda unbelievable to me. Anyhow the book wasn’t horrible, but it definitely wasn’t great.. Audiobook review: 5 Stars. Ave Erickson is always wonderful. I love her soft smooth voice. I haven’t listen to Brian Pallino to much, but I think that’s about to change. I seriously think he has a sexy voice and love his narrating. Both narrators show so much emotion in their voices and that to me helps the book in a big way!

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  • Josie
  • 16-08-2020

Hot 🔥 audio!

Teacher was a fantastic addition to the series of standalones. the audio was on point! You'll see need headphones for this one 😉

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-07-2020

Meh

I’ve enjoyed the previous books but this story didn’t do it for me. Narration was good but very anticlimactic. They touched on scary topics which was something different but the story itself was lacking to me.