Reviewed by: Ms. Bliss

The Principal's Office
by Jasmine Haynes

Published February 7, 2012 by Heat

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Desire is in session.

Rachel Delaney, divorced mother with two boys, isn't complaining. Her life is fine. Really. There is one thing that could make it better, though: a strong, warm, male body to help her make it through the occasional lonely night. No strings, and no relationship, thanks. Just a little fun with a perfect stranger. And there's no more perfect a stranger than Rand.

He's tall, blond, unattached, smokin' hot, and looking for the same thing Rachel is: wild, abandoned sex with no limits, no last names, and no complications-until Rachel's eldest son gets in trouble in class.

Only then does Rachel discover that her down-and-dirty, dangerously sexy mystery lover is also the new school principal. They're not exactly the ideal role models for a troubled student acting out his own frustrations. With Rachel's life turned upside down, Rand's the only one who can make it right-by maybe taking their hot-bodied hook-ups into a warm-hearted new direction...

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Jasmine Haynes never fails to deliver the Sizzle and the third book in her DeKnight contemporary erotic series, The Principal’s Office, is no exception.

Rachel Delaney wants something more in her life. Dealing with her ex, raising her two teenage sons, trying to advance her career can make a girl long for something new. A hot, erotic lover who wants no strings attached would do nicely. A chance meeting in the grocery store with Rand begins a wild journey that forces her to step outside her comfort zone.

Rand believes in the Law of Attraction so when he has a chance meeting with Rachel he doesn’t ask for her number, he knows they will meet again.  He knows she is meant to be his lover.  The Law of Attraction comes through…in ways they could never have anticipated.  Rand is the new principal and Rachel’s son is one of his students.  A troubled student at that. Rand realizes that he wants more from Rachel, he wants a relationship, but how can he convince Rachel to take a chance? Will they be able to maneuver through the twists and turns of revealing themselves and their relationship to the world?

I loved the believability of these characters.  Rachel’s vulnerability as she struggles to make a new life after her divorce, to be a committed, loving parent and to also balance out her needs as a women is inspiring.  Something that many of us can empathize with.  Ms. Haynes once again gives us a wonderfully written story of self enlightenment sprinkled liberally with sizzling sexual adventure! 
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