Just a Bit Twisted

Just a bit Twisted  by Alessandra Hazzard


Professor Derek Rutledge is hated and feared by all of his students. Strict, reserved and ruthless, he doesn’t tolerate mistakes and has little patience for his students.

Shawn Wyatt is a twenty-year-old struggling to provide for his younger sisters after the death of their parents. On the verge of losing his scholarship, Shawn becomes desperate enough to go to Professor Rutledge.

Everyone says Rutledge doesn’t have a heart. Everyone says he’s a ruthless bastard. Shawn finds out that everyone is right. He strikes a deal with Rutledge, but unexpectedly, the deal turns into something so much more.

Something all-consuming and addictive. Something neither of them wants.


When I finally got into this book I was hooked on this author. I mean gay student teacher relationship? what more can you ask for am I right? The problem for me with this book at first read was… well I couldn’t really get into it. I actually had to read it a second time to like the story line and the characters.  Shawn is a young college student poor taking care of his twin sisters and  working full time to pay the bills. He is barely keeping his head above water. Shawn has an academic scholarship and is going to lose it because of late assignments and tardiness.

In comes Derek Rutledge the very surly and cruel professor. When Shawn needs help passing his classes he comes up with a plan that includes A lot of cock sucking. No wonder he is failing he has no time to study.

I Really Underestimated his sex drive, Shawn thought as he sucked his professor’s cock a week later. it was the fifth time that week that he found himself on his knees in front of Rutledge.

Derek’s character is pretty much the same he never really changes throughout the whole book and I kind of like that. I hate when we get these brooding men and then they turn into these sappy cuddling messes by the end of the book. I mean who does that? Shawn on the other hand did change somewhat but not that much he grew is more the word I would use.

I prefer not to read  books that have children in it. Everyone has there thing this is mine. Children that are involved they have to be in the background or comedy. The twins were more part of the background and some comic relief.

“Don’t Be Stupid” Emily said, her tone superior. “Kings and princesses live in palaces. Our country doesn’t have loyalty.”

I gave this a 3.5 because of the re-read. Maybe it was the timing. Other than that it was really good the sex was and I really liked the “straight boy”, student teacher relationship plot. Give it a try. Until Next time.

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