a) slap him silly.
b) report him for harassment.
c) invent an imaginary husband.
“It’s a fun read, with an engaging heroine and likable, well-drawn secondary characters (the loyal best friend, the guilt-tripping mother, and a variety of students who turn out to be not nearly as stereotypical as they appear to Nikki at first glance).”
“I read the book in a day and I was instantly pulled in by the humor, the wit, the great writing, and how likable the characters were. This is a clean, lighthearted romance that keeps the reader engaged through the very end. I loved that the book wasn’t too heavy, avoided being sappy, was smart and nicely paced.”
Author note: Back in college, I worked at a grocery store in the deli. It blew me away that creepy guys thought I had to put up with their obnoxious flirting just because I worked in customer service. I took to wearing a fake wedding band to send the signal that I was unavailable. I often wondered what would have happened if I had carried that ruse forward into my next job as a teacher.