The Housemistress by Keira Michelle Telford The Housemistress by Keira Michelle Telford is a student/teacher romance. Sixth form student, Rylie Harcourt, who is sent to a girls only boarding school where she meets Housemistress Vivienne Carriveau.

The story develops from there with a lot of sexual tension building between the two women.

This book has graphic sex scenes and the story is designed to get you all hot and bothered, so be aware of that before you buy the book.

Keira Michelle Telford loves to couple older women with 16 or 17 year old girls. With Telford’s books it is always the younger character pursuing the relationship and while the older woman wants the younger one she is always somewhat scandalised by her feelings for such a young girl. And she puts up a teeny bit of resistance before becoming entirely consumed by her passion for the younger woman.

The Characters

Rylie and Vivienne and well written, if not terribly deep characters. They are interesting enough to keep you reading in hopes that they will get together in the end. If a student/teacher relationship turns you on then read this book rather than watching Loving Annabelle, this is a much better take on the story line.

The Writing Style

Telford writes well, her pacing and story evolution is good and she keeps one entertained.

The Pros

I enjoyed this book. If you like graphic lesbian sex with a story that is more defined and not just an excuse to get to the x-rated stuff then go forth and buy it.

The Cons

If you have delicate sensibilities then this is not the book for you.

Julie's Favourite Bookssheena's favouriteThe Conclusion

I enjoyed this book. It was well paced and it was an easy read.

Excerpt From The Housemistress by Keira Michelle Telford

“Are you new?” the woman asks at last, taking a step closer, turning her back on the other girl. “This is your first day?”

Rylie nods, clasping her hands behind her back so that she doesn’t fidget. “Yes, Miss.”

The woman keeps advancing, her stiletto heels clicking on the tiled floor. She has an elegant sway to her hips, the movement of her body hypnotic, her poise graceful and self-assured. When she gets within arm’s reach, she extends a hand toward Rylie’s face and fingers some hair out of her eyes, trailing a fingertip down her cheek as she moves the wayward lock of hair aside lost in reverie.

“You’re very beautiful,” she coos softly. “Une tres belle fille.”

Over her shoulder, the wet girl is dripping onto the floor tiles, glowering. Rylie can see the look of disdain on the girl’s face, but gives little regard to it. The gorgeous French woman is fawning over her-this is epic!

Much to her disappointment, though, the door to the Headmistress’s office suddenly swings open, causing the woman to withdraw in a flash.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780992011536

Publisher: Venatic Press

Author’s website: Keira Michelle Telford


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