My Book Soul Mate: Unteachable

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unteachableWhen I requested Leah Raeder’s Unteachable off of NetGalley, I had quite a few thoughts:

1) “Wow, this cover is really beautiful.”

2) “This will be a nice, quick read after slowly making my way through The Beautiful and the Damned.”

3) “I’m pretty sure I will download any book that features a relationship between a student and a teacher, and I totally do not want to analyze what that means right now.”

What didn’t I think? I didn’t think that I would find, what I am now terming, my book soul mate.

Soul mates are something I’ve often imagined as being purely romantic, until that famous quote from Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love garnered a lot of attention and gave the idea a whole new kind of weight:

“A soul mate’s purpose is to shake you up, tear apart your ego a little bit, show you your…

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