THE ABSOLUTELY COMPLETE LOVE STORY, FROM START TO FINISH…
Professor Stephen Worthington’s life makes perfect sense.
That is, it did until Ms. Julia Wilde showed up and became the one thorn in Stephen’s perfectly organized side. Never has he dealt with a more unruly student. She’s rude, provocative, infuriating—but all those opinions change once Stephen finds himself out of the classroom and in Julia’s bedroom.
Suddenly, the student/teacher roles are reversed, and the professor receives a much-needed lesson between the sheets.
The Absolute Novels brings both Absolute Beginners and Absolute Lovers together in one complete volume for the first time, along with exclusive, never-before-seen bonus material.
Readers can now experience all the romance—from textbook student/teacher beginning to the crossroads that will test whether Stephen and Julia’s relationship can move past its friends-with-benefits status—and more, with one new chapters told from Julia’s perspective!
SJ Hooks’ Absolute Novels series will tease and delight dedicated fans and new readers alike with its humor, sincere characters, and nontraditional take on falling in love.
Praise for Absolute Beginners, Book 1 in the Absolute Novels series:
“…a rare beast among romance novels…heated and passionate.” —Romantic Times
"SJ Hooks puts a unique spin on the teacher student taboo with an exploration of sexual awakening, and the tangled webs weaved through secrecy and deception. Absolute Beginners is a promising debut. I can't wait to see how Stephen and Julia's tentative, illicit relationship unfolds." —Helena Hunting, New York Times bestselling author of Pucked
“Absolute Beginners is a hilarious and fun romp through a college co-ed’s education of her older, inexperienced professor. She’s going to teach him a LOT, but only if he can keep it all a secret! Tear off the bow-tie, Mr. Teacher. It’s time to get schooled!” — Shay Savage, USA Today bestselling author ofTranscendence
“Absolute Beginners is just so much fun…. Stephen's character is so set in his ways, older than his years, and organized to a fault (my heart ached when we learned why). Julia Wilde completely rips his life apart at the seams and it was SO MUCH FUN to watch him change over the course of the story. [It’s] damn good erotica, too. With a plot…about possibly finding that thing you didn't even know you were looking for, even when it was right in front of you the entire time. " —Amber L. Johnson, author of Puddle Jumping