Burn for Me by Sara Cate EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Sara Cate
- Genre: New Adult & College Romance
- Publish Date: October 14, 2021
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
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- Price: Free
A HORDE of students start filing into their seats about five minutes before the
actual start of class. My hands are shaking as I open my laptop, trying to
appear as natural as possible, even though I could literally throw up at any
moment. In my smooth black dress, belted at the waist, and covered with a
rich green cardigan, I attempt to look the professor-type.
This is my first class at Florence University, and with all of those faces
peering down at me from the ten rows in the lecture hall, I’m starting to
rethink this decision. I needed a fresh start, something other than a writing
job at another publication. Instead of trying to constantly live up to the peak
of my journalism career, I figured teaching at the local college would be the
change I desperately needed.
After the big Ayers case, I thought my career would soar in journalism.
Instead, it would seem the peak was behind me, and I was on a downhill
slope. I spent the next eight years trying to attain that career high again only
to fall flat on my face. Nothing ever compared, so my life became an endless
cycle of seeking perfection only to find disappointment.
So, I took the professor job, a decision my parents who are both teachers
were ecstatic about. But I can’t seem to shake the feeling that this career
move was my way of accepting defeat.
My phone buzzes in my bag, and I quickly take a peek, seeing a message
pop up from my dating app.
Devon: See you tonight!
Another wave of dread crashes over me. Why I chose the first day of
class as the same day to have a first date, with a guy I have very lukewarm
feelings about, I have no idea. Oh well, I’ll deal with that later. There’s still a
chance this entire day could be a major win instead of a complete disaster—
although I’m not holding my breath.
The seats fill up fast, and I make myself look busy by scanning through
my updated roster list again. Last I checked, there was only one empty spot in
my Journalism 101 class. But as I hit refresh again, I notice the number goes
from 199 to 200 students. Looks like we had a late registration. I feel a sense
of pride at having my first class fill up so quickly.
Running through the list of names again, a familiar one catches my
attention. It’s a new name, definitely wasn’t on the roster when I checked it
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