They are among the glories of American literature. One person found this helpful. This was a fun book to read, lots of naughtiness going on. A young boy of high school age is the main character. He is in love with his math teacher, or so he thinks.
It turns out teacher is very, very naughty. Then there's the boy's sister, who wants to take his virginity. She describes in great detail what she wants to do with him. Some of it is shocking, but lots of fun to read. If you're looking for something stimulating, I highly recommend this book. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The book sets a good pentad but then gets drawn into a meandering tale about the voyeuristic habits of both a shy and out going teenager.
It became hard to follow the protagonist or the antagonist. This is wicked wicked stuff and thats the spice of it It's a coming of age book but writen in a very very special way since our young hero is a very very shy young boy just a couple of years past the age of puberty. HHMMM with his geometry teacher leads him to spy on her at night. Of course, whatelse, she catches him and quickly whisks him into her apartment to find out what the wolrd he is doing there at night Spider she is allright under those, bulky, frumpy, hornrim glasses, and, even a bun on her head cover up.
Dose she take this boy on a ride, and not in a few paragraphs, I mean a long lomg ride that takes up a lot of the book Let me tell you if there was a devil and if he was to tempt you with 'sins of the flesh', well, the sister is it and the author tantalizes up beyond belief Matter of fact the word depraved really does not do her justice The fact that the author manages to maintain a sense of reality for the reader so that he, or she, can see themselves vicariously in the book is absolute and I mean absolute mastery OK no such word but hey they don't pay me for these reviews do they There are a couple of things that bummed me out, the character Rick I found distastefull as he blackmails the teacher into doing strange things, but hey, just speed read the sections where that jerk shows up Talk about a coming of age book A very erotic story with a strong literary feel.
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Eventually, Morning Star and Joe complete their mission to bring peace to the plains, but their love comes at a very high price; Morning Star is banished forever from the Oglalas for loving Joe. She and Joe marry, move to his home in Virginia, have two daughters who will play roles in the final book in the series, and have their Happily Ever After. Morning Star and Joe are pretty strong characters, and their emotions toward each other are on display throughout the book.
Taylor made me care about either Morning Star or Joe the way a book like this is intended to. Some of the storylines, such as the mission that Morning Star and Joe undertake to obtain temporary peace between Indians and whites was so dense as to be difficult to follow. I also found the ending of those storylines to be unsatisfactory. Assault, battery and killings. The violence is not overly graphic. From my perspective, it feels like Mrs. Feb 08, April Brookshire rated it liked it Shelves: Book 8 of the Gray Eagle series. Not as entertaining as some of the other books in the series.
The romance part of the book was simple, no conflict between the hero and heroine.
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Joe, the hero, was a likable guy a regular Joe. It's a who-done-it kind of plot. I would have liked the unmasking of the villain to have been more of a surprise like on Scooby-Doo.
I was satisfied with the ending. This book was sort of filling in th Book 8 of the Gray Eagle series. This book was sort of filling in the blank and telling the story of the twin heroines in book 9. Gave it the feeling at times that it was dragging on. Joe and Morning Star wandered around the Dakota Territory during the book on their spirit mission and it could have used more action and drama.
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Apr 13, Stacy rated it liked it Shelves: I've only read a couple books in this series, and I do want to read the rest of it. The storyline is interesting That said, the dialogue seems a little forced at times, and the plot is predictably similar to Avatar and Pocahontas though this was written before Avatar.
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