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    Free Unlimited eBook shadows and into the sun where I could see him clearly My lord I d heard the phrase sex on a stick before, but never knew what it really meant I did then A smile slowly crept across my lips You re not supposed to tell women to smile It can be offensive, I said, teasing him But you are smiling now, aren t you he teased back True Any advice for me I met his eyes They were deep blue He nodded his head slowly Yes Ditch that guy and come with me Graduate student Shay Elliott gets hit on by a sexy stranger in a gas station parking lot and the sparks fly immediately She s there with her boyfriend, though, so she declines the man s invitation to leave with him She thinks she ll never see him again She was wrong He s just been hired as a professor at her university and she s about to become his student."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • You Should Smile
  • Renee Leigh
  • English
  • 07 May 2019

10 thoughts on “You Should Smile

  1. Amy Williams Amy Williams says:

    Don t botherThis book was horrible It had the potential to be a good book The idea for the book was good The author just didn t know how to write The female character kept saying,if this was a movie,this would happen next It was aggregating and distracting Plus the nickname truck grinner,awful.


  2. Debbie Debbie says:

    I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Thad and Shay meet at a gas station and the chemistry between them is both instant and intense But Shay is with another guy at the time so nothing happens They meet again when Thad is interviewing for a professor s position at the college where Shay attends graduate school He becomes one of the members of her dissertation committee so it becomes a conflict of interest for them to pursue a relationship They fight the I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Thad and Shay meet at a gas station and the chemistry between them is both instant and intense But Shay is with another guy at the time so nothing happens They meet again when Thad is interviewing for a professor s position at the college where Shay attends graduate school He becomes one of the members of her dissertation committee so it becomes a conflict of interest for them to pursue a relationship They fight the attraction for over a year before they finally give in But nothing is easy when it involves a student teacher relationship I liked this book well enough Unfortunately, I didn t care for the heroine throughout most of the story so my review contains some SPOILERISH comments and rants about her actions Please stop reading now if you don t want to see them I found Shay to be immature and annoying for her age She drinks entirely too much and is reckless, and her friends just basically watch her without stepping in She names her livid libido Ms L and then talks about Ms L as if she s a real person WTH is up with that It was weird My biggest complaint is the running I HATE books with characters who choose to run rather than confront a situation head on The issue happened years prior to Shay and Thad meeting Years And when Shay does come back, Thad is the one to take the blame and apologize shakes head..not cool at all Thad, I genuinely liked He falls hard for Shay who is basically his student, and he does everything he can to protect her and her future Thad s feelings for Shay are real and I appreciated that he tried not to cross that line for her benefit The last chapter is sweet and the ending is a happy one It s an okay read but not one I would re read


  3. Jazz Jazz says:

    3 Stars, and I m being kind with that rating since I think this just could have been really great The book has the makings of a 4 star book, maybe even a 4.5 star book But when I say this book was too long, I mean it was too long Had obstacles that were completely unnecessary, had redundancy that was annoying And seriously, this book was in desperate need of a good editor if only to tell the author to take out the overly repetitive do you know the part in the movie where We get it We g 3 Stars, and I m being kind with that rating since I think this just could have been really great The book has the makings of a 4 star book, maybe even a 4.5 star book But when I say this book was too long, I mean it was too long Had obstacles that were completely unnecessary, had redundancy that was annoying And seriously, this book was in desperate need of a good editor if only to tell the author to take out the overly repetitive do you know the part in the movie where We get it We got it the first 5 times, didn t need the additional 50 mentions Not an exaggeration.The core story here is good The graduate student and the professor Love the characters chemistry and for the most part enjoyed the in depth character development Didn t love her all the time, but also didn t really dislike her In general, enjoyed both leads here for the majority of the book I liked the pacing of their romance, the slow build of their connection and relationship Their chemistry was palpable, while understanding the significance of what they would be embarking on Unfortunately, because of the many other problems with this book, which are eventhan what I mentioned above, this book was just average overall Great sometimes, but too many problems to suggest that this is anything close to a great book But it could have been and should have been.Oh, and truly hated her nickname for him and it s used constantly So, that was just oneannoyance


  4. Brandy Alexander Brandy Alexander says:

    Not a movie The story was actually good The dialogue however was terrible There was huge time gaps that haulted character development And the most annoying thing was the constant repetition of if this was a movie this is the part in a movie just like in the movies OMG SERIOUSLY ITS NOT A MOVIE IT IS A BOOK I wanted to scream I understand that it was part of the characters interest in movies that fueled these thoughts but it was grossly exaggerated and incredibly annoyin Not a movie The story was actually good The dialogue however was terrible There was huge time gaps that haulted character development And the most annoying thing was the constant repetition of if this was a movie this is the part in a movie just like in the movies OMG SERIOUSLY ITS NOT A MOVIE IT IS A BOOK I wanted to scream I understand that it was part of the characters interest in movies that fueled these thoughts but it was grossly exaggerated and incredibly annoying


  5. Fiona Fiona says:

    loved it


  6. CeCe CeCe says:

    DNFNice premise, but it did not work for me It may work for you I am not telling you not to read it.Heroine is 26 working towards her dissertation She meets a guy at a gas station She later finds out he is one of the professors at her college.Shay s references to movies was cute at first, but then it became annoying Her inner dialogue became redundant.Her reference to Ms L, her libido, was redundant and ridiculous especially when she told the hero, the professor on her dissertation committ DNFNice premise, but it did not work for me It may work for you I am not telling you not to read it.Heroine is 26 working towards her dissertation She meets a guy at a gas station She later finds out he is one of the professors at her college.Shay s references to movies was cute at first, but then it became annoying Her inner dialogue became redundant.Her reference to Ms L, her libido, was redundant and ridiculous especially when she told the hero, the professor on her dissertation committee, that she has a livid libido and it s been cussing her out loc 842 Heroine and her talk about her libido annoyed me I am not sure why the hero even liked her except that she had great breasts and was curvy in all the right places Her words not mine I usually love funny inner dialogue, but after awhile it all became awkward and I felt that there was never a point to it


  7. Renee Linda Renee Linda says:

    If you loved the notebook I loved this book I loved the student professor storyline and the chemistry between the characters I adored Thad and the way he felt about Smiles He was swoonworthy and hot and that grinWow, I could picture it I loved the way their relationship built up slowly, it created tension and passion and made you feel it was real it wasn t a quick hookup that turned into a romance It was an attraction that turned into a professional relationship, that became and fr If you loved the notebook I loved this book I loved the student professor storyline and the chemistry between the characters I adored Thad and the way he felt about Smiles He was swoonworthy and hot and that grinWow, I could picture it I loved the way their relationship built up slowly, it created tension and passion and made you feel it was real it wasn t a quick hookup that turned into a romance It was an attraction that turned into a professional relationship, that became and friendship and ultimately a super hot relationship Can t wait to readfrom this author


  8. Michelle Areaux Michelle Areaux says:

    Thad is your next book boyfriend He has everything you could want, good looks, rugged sex appeal, smart, and of course hot tempered This is the perfect read if you like Fifty Shades or Beautiful Disaster From the moment Thad and Shay meet, you can t deny their intense chemistry While they try to fight their growing attraction, readers fall instantly in love with their characters.


  9. JayReads5 JayReads5 says:

    I received this book as part of a new review group on Facebook, so I m kind of like a beta reader in a sense.I give this book 5 stars because I think Renee has awesome potential I can t wait to read the other things she s working on.As a writer myself, I am constantly reading in a writers POV so I understand how difficult it can be to depict a relationship based on words and to describe each emotional attachment Shay and Thad had amazing chemistry The basis for their relationship was suppose I received this book as part of a new review group on Facebook, so I m kind of like a beta reader in a sense.I give this book 5 stars because I think Renee has awesome potential I can t wait to read the other things she s working on.As a writer myself, I am constantly reading in a writers POV so I understand how difficult it can be to depict a relationship based on words and to describe each emotional attachment Shay and Thad had amazing chemistry The basis for their relationship was suppose to feel wrong yet it felt so good and I found myself on the edge of my seat as I read when their relationship unfolds Something about a forbidden romance gets me every time.Shay was settling in a mediocre relationship with Decent Pete until Pickup Grinner, Dr Redding came and rocked her world There were a few nit picky things as a reader that I had to think about to comprehend like Mrs L I don t know why I didn t remember that was her libido and I kinda wished that Chapter 1 was a little longer but nonetheless, I really think you did a great job Much love and good luck with your next book too


  10. Angela James Angela James says:

    Deep sighs and swooning 4.5 Stars Eek Lots of deep sighs and swooning brought on by this book and holy only were the sexy times hot P.G and Smileswho wouldn t love those nicknames, they are perfectly suites for this story The bits of angst and the villains of this story had me wanting to reach through the pages and do some physical damage of my ownit was awesome


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You Should Smile❴Reading❵ ➷ You Should Smile Author Renee Leigh – Thomashillier.co.uk Librarian s Note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN BTMYZXYYou should smile, I heard him say Unsure, I squinted my eyes from the sun, used my hand as a shade, and turned toward his voice I m Librarian s Note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN BTMYZXYYou Should Smile, I heard him say Unsure, I squinted my eyes from the sun, used my hand as a shade, and turned toward his voice I m sorry You Should Smile, he stated louder It s a beautiful fall day Summer s wrath You Should Kindle - is left behind So smile He stepped out from the shadows and into the sun where I could see him clearly My lord I d heard the phrase sex on a stick before, but never knew what it really meant I did then A smile slowly crept across my lips You re not supposed to tell women to smile It can be offensive, I said, teasing him But you are smiling now, aren t you he teased back True Any advice for me I met his eyes They were deep blue He nodded his head slowly Yes Ditch that guy and come with me Graduate student Shay Elliott gets hit on by a sexy stranger in a gas station parking lot and the sparks fly immediately She s there with her boyfriend, though, so she declines the man s invitation to leave with him She thinks she ll never see him again She was wrong He s just been hired as a professor at her university and she s about to become his student.


About the Author: Renee Leigh

I write contemporary romance novels I ve always been a sucker for a good romance movie or novel a happy ending, everything tied up neatly into a bow I promise to only write stand alones I m not going to give you a cliffhanger and make you wait months for a resolution That s my You Should Kindle - oath, as a reader myself, to you In my spare time, I m also an attorney, wife, and mom I enjoy researching, writing, and watching college basketballI live in the South with my husband, kids, and dogs.