Book Review: Empty by Stacy-Deanne




Publication Date: September 14, 2014

4 Stars=Great Page Turner

Bella Terry can’t control her desires in Empty by Stacy-Deanne. Bella is a professor of Psychology at Sacramento College. She enjoys teaching especially student Cameron Moore. Bella tries to ignore the attraction between them but soon starts second guessing the decision. It doesn’t help that Cameron is all for them getting to know each other better. Will Bella give into her desires?

Cameron Moore can’t help but notice his professor. Cameron lets it be known that their age difference won’t keep him from pursuing Bella. When Bella starts to question their intentions, she decides to take drastic measures. Will Cameron honor her decision? Or will he convince Bella that there is nothing wrong with being in love?

It has been said that sometimes you can’t help the one you fall in love with and this is true in Empty by Stacy-Deanne. This book was an entertaining book about love, relationships and pursuing what you want. The characters were well-developed and brought life to the storyline. It was a quick read but I loved the back and forth and suspense in Bella and Cameron’s relationship. I recommend this book to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley


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