4 kink Review
“A dash of sin could round out every experience”
River Roberts, is a down on her luck, grad student working as a bikini barista to pay for rent, tuition and college loans. One day she decides enough is enough and reaches out to her best friend, Jade, for help and advice.
Jade introduces her to The Dean’s List. She goes from making $40 in tips to $350 per hour. If you are curious about The Dean’s List, you should be. Yes, it’s what you think it is.
This story was laugh out loud hilarious. The author must have been a standup comedian in another life. As I was reading this book on a flight, I knew people were looking at me as if I had loss my friggin mind. If you ever want to read the inner thoughts of what women really think about sex and personal grooming, The Dean’s List is your book.
I couldn’t help but highlight so many paragraphs on my kindle as hilarious. There were too many funny idioms about vaginas, penises and sex. The laughs alone are worth the read.
“If I could accommodate Jonathan’s stretch limo, then I imagined it would adjust to Paul’s Mini Cooper.”
River enters a new world of designer clothes and expensive restaurants. Among her clients, she has 3 enduring relationships that keeps her somewhat grounded in a world that could otherwise go a different path:
Jonathan, her first panty dropper lover she breaks the cardinal rule for: Never fall in love with a client
Paul, who is more like a student for her to teach;
Ben, a grandfatherly figure.
Jonathan becomes the perfect man. He treats her like she is the most important thing in his life – while they are together. Jonathan does not want to devote his time and heart to another relationship. As a widow, he chooses to enjoy his time with River without the hassles of a relationship.
Little does he know, he is in a relationship with River. The chemistry between her and Jonathan is undeniable and confusing. He chooses to ignore it; at the same time he becomes her knight in shining honor.
On the other hand, River operates as if she is exclusive to Jonathan. Even with her new lifestyle, she is desperately trying to embrace it for the sake of establishing valuable business contacts and becoming debt free from college loans.
Circumstances takes a turn that puts Rivers into a compromising and dangerous position. Jonathon once again comes to her rescue but leaves the next day. With that knowledge, River decides the lifestyle may not be for her.
In closing, I received this wonderful book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Unlike some books, you finish the book just to write the review. The Dean’s List was a book I wanted to read. And it’s very much a book I can read again in my down time.
Kelly Collins writes with the intention of keeping the love alive.
Always a romantic, she is inspired by real time events mixed with a dose of fiction. She encourages her readers to reach the happily ever after but bask in the afterglow of the perfectly imperfect love.
Kelly lives in Colorado with her husband of twenty-five years. She loves hockey, shiny objects and has a new found appreciation for green smoothies.