Blurb (from Goodreads):
To Whom it May Concern,
It was easy to call us forbidden and harder to call us soulmates. Yet I believed we were both. Forbidden soulmates.
When I arrived to Edgewood, Wisconsin I didn’t plan to find him. I didn't plan to stumble into Joe's bar and have Daniel's music stir up my emotions. I had no clue that his voice would make my hurts forget their own sorrow. I had no idea that my happiness would remember its own bliss.
When I started senior year at my new school, I wasn’t prepared to call him Mr. Daniels, but sometimes life happens at the wrong time for all the right reasons.
Our love story wasn’t only about the physical connection.
It was about family. It was about loss. It was about being alive. It was silly. It was painful. It was mourning. It was laughter.
It was ours.
And for those reasons alone, I would never apologize for Loving Mr. Daniels.
My rating: 3.25 of 5 stars
“I hated how much I missed her lips. Her laugh. Her smile.
I hated how close we were but how distant we felt.”
This was an NA contemporary romance story, featuring a student-teacher relationship.
Ashlyn was an okay character, and I felt really sorry for her that she had lost her twin sister at such a young age. I did think she coped pretty well all things considered though, and I was pleased that she made such an effort to like her father’s new family.
The storyline in this was about Ashlyn trying to come to terms with her sister’s death, and meeting a man called Daniel Daniels. They really hit it off, only to discover that he was actually her new English teacher! The romance in this was quite sweet, and forbidden, although they did seem to take a lot of risks.
The ending to this was okay, and I was pleased that things worked out alright in the end.
6.5 out of 10