The cover for Rachel’s next 2022 release is here! I absolutely fell in love with her first release of the year, “Enemies Abroad,” and although this one seems, well, a lot different than that one, I’m still excited to dive in! “My Professor” releases on June 2nd, but you can see the cover right now!
When Rachel first announced the title of this book, I thought it was going to be set in college — but based on the synopsis, it seems a majority of the book will take place four years after, and I’m interested to see how the time jump gets managed! What’s kind of cool about this cover (as well as the cover of one of her previous books, “King of the Court,” is that the guy’s identity is more concealed, but the girl’s face is visible. I do think that the emojis take away from the book a bit, even though they add some context, but the pen and paper one is cute.
What is “My Professor” by R.S. Grey about?
Young and naïve—those are his exact words.
Professor Barclay views me as a nuisance, a disruption of his otherwise obedient class and perfectly regimented life. His bad impression of me stems from a simple misunderstanding, and when that impression sours from bad to worse, he decides to make an example out of me in front of the entire class. Every other female student in that auditorium looks on, longing to trade places with me, wishing they were the object of his attention. It’s humiliating. I want nothing to do with him or the tension growing between us, but he feels inescapable.
Deep down, I know I have a crush on him. It’s a shameful feeling I refuse to give life to.
Not that it matters—nothing can come from it. Besides our mutual dislike for one another and the fact that he’s my professor, there’s an age gap that should be warning enough.
While we might cross the line once—the dark glance across a dimly lit bar…the metallic sound of the bathroom door locking behind us…his hand slowly sliding up my skirt—I know it’s a boundary I can’t break again.
Now, more than ever, he’s off-limits.
After four years apart, I’m a brand-new hire at his firm. I’ve convinced myself he won’t remember me. I’m safe here in the wolf’s den.
It’s funny, isn’t it? How easily we can delude ourselves if only we want something bad enough.
Nothing has changed.
That same friction roils between us. My gaze still flees from the chill of his glacier blue eyes. At times it seems the only difference is how I respond to his commands.
He’s my new boss, so it’s no longer “Yes, Professor”.
He expects something a little different—
About R.S. Grey:
R.S. Grey is the USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter, and can be found reading, binge-watching reality TV, or practicing yoga! Visit her at rsgrey.com
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