¾ Bb And The 'Baller: An Educational Affair || ✓ PDF Read by ☆ L. Langdon

By L. Langdon | Comments: ( 931 ) | Date: ( Aug 25, 2019 )

Sara Mosby was a brilliant young history professor at a university near Seattle and loved teaching and her research Lately, however, her life had turned sour Several irresponsible students particularly some athletes sought to get easy grades by making trouble for her They complained to her new department chair, who seemed willing to do anything to deny Sara tenure ShSara Mosby was a brilliant young history professor at a university near Seattle and loved teaching and her research Lately, however, her life had turned sour Several irresponsible students particularly some athletes sought to get easy grades by making trouble for her They complained to her new department chair, who seemed willing to do anything to deny Sara tenure She was intrigued when a tall handsome man watched one of her classes from the hallway, then asked for direction in a self study program Now if she could just keep her mind on History when he smiled at her Joshua Weathers was a pro basketball player, and the toast of Seattle constantly in the public eye Seeking to continue his education, which he had cut short for a basketball career, he chanced upon a dynamic class given by a small, black woman He was fascinated by her lecture as well as by the woman herself Could she serve as his mentor Could she become


  • Title: Bb And The 'Baller: An Educational Affair
  • Author: L. Langdon
  • ISBN: 9781439226759
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Bb And The 'Baller: An Educational Affair

  • The FountainPenDiva, Old school geek chick and lover of teddy bears

    At 400 hundred pages, BB and the Baller may be long but it feels natural, as does the blossoming relationship between a bookish history professor and a pro basketball star. Joshua Weathers (called Newt by his teammates and the fans) wants to complete his college education but doesn't want to deal with the notoriety his presence on a big campus would generate. He finds the perfect school up in Denton Harbor, WA--small enough and out of the way enough not to attract attention. What he ends up find [...]


  • Rikki

    I like to download sample Kindle books which is how I discovered this book. I'm glad that I took a chance on it even though some aspects of the book annoyed me. There were a lot of things to like. Joshua and Sara were actually people I would want to be around and there was any huge angst about the difference in the characters' backgrounds. It does take an odd turn near the in, which I think the book would have been better without or if the author had started seeding earlier. Overall it was an li [...]


  • HI5O

    GoodCharacter development and a lot of twists and turns in the plotline. At times it seemed Joshua was doing all the heavy lifting to make things work. But in the end it all came together.


  • **ActuallyAshley**

    I enjoyed this book. I only had two issues with the book. The first was that the book dragged a lot in the beginning. The second was the sex scenes were lacking. But, beyond those two things the book was good.


  • Alicia

    I really want to give this book 3.5 stars, but the story seems "unbalanced." There is loads of detail regarding their conversations of the hero and heroine, but even still I failed to be convinced of a "connection" between the two. While the authors words make it clear that these two are very emotionally committed to one another, the author's prose fails to convince me of this. In other words, I wasn't "feelin' it." Their relationship seems almost clinical much like the heroine's text books. I s [...]


  • Sylvia

    Entertaining and adorable I read romance novels to turn my brain off, but this one was a bit of a mystery thrown in. I enjoyed the subplot and seeing a heroine that resembled me (from the history degree to her race). I enjoyed it.


  • Sarah Patterson

    BB and the ballerI must say this book was a really good clean book and I enjoyed reading it. I knew that chair was evil was shocked he actually did what he did over all I'm glad I read it


  • Andrea

    There were times when I wanted to slap some sense into the main character, but that is part of the enjoyment of really immersing yourself into a story. A fun "book candy" read.


  • Debra Crosby

    This was more of a pg story. Kind of long and drawn out. I stopped many times and read other books and finished those


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