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Do You Love A Heartwarming Romance Novel? “The Teacher” Will Make You Believe In The Power Love Has To Change A Person’s Life. In life, there are no certainties. Emma Hewitt finds herself facing a number of uncertain challenges as she tries to find her footing in the big city of Portland, Oregon. The safety and simplicity of the small town she once knew is a distant memory Do You Love A Heartwarming Romance Novel? “The Teacher” Will Make You Believe In The Power Love Has To Change A Person’s Life. In life, there are no certainties. Emma Hewitt finds herself facing a number of uncertain challenges as she tries to find her footing in the big city of Portland, Oregon. The safety and simplicity of the small town she once knew is a distant memory as she embarks on her toughest year of teaching in her young career. Her greatest struggle lies in the perplexing father-son combination of Marcus and Brayden Lewis. Marcus Lewis knows where he stands in the corporate world, but as a father, he is struggling. Raising his son alone is proving to be a challenge beyond his capabilities. Marcus’s past has left him mistrusting and unwilling to ask for the help he desperately needs. Can Emma break through Marcus’s stone exterior to get Brayden the help he needs or will Marcus stay buried in the shadows of his past? Sweet, charming, and emotionally moving, The Teacher will draw you in, feed your soul, and leave you wanting more.


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Do You Love A Heartwarming Romance Novel? “The Teacher” Will Make You Believe In The Power Love Has To Change A Person’s Life. In life, there are no certainties. Emma Hewitt finds herself facing a number of uncertain challenges as she tries to find her footing in the big city of Portland, Oregon. The safety and simplicity of the small town she once knew is a distant memory Do You Love A Heartwarming Romance Novel? “The Teacher” Will Make You Believe In The Power Love Has To Change A Person’s Life. In life, there are no certainties. Emma Hewitt finds herself facing a number of uncertain challenges as she tries to find her footing in the big city of Portland, Oregon. The safety and simplicity of the small town she once knew is a distant memory as she embarks on her toughest year of teaching in her young career. Her greatest struggle lies in the perplexing father-son combination of Marcus and Brayden Lewis. Marcus Lewis knows where he stands in the corporate world, but as a father, he is struggling. Raising his son alone is proving to be a challenge beyond his capabilities. Marcus’s past has left him mistrusting and unwilling to ask for the help he desperately needs. Can Emma break through Marcus’s stone exterior to get Brayden the help he needs or will Marcus stay buried in the shadows of his past? Sweet, charming, and emotionally moving, The Teacher will draw you in, feed your soul, and leave you wanting more.

30 review for The Teacher

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lynda

    I thought it was a great little story filled with care for a child and what would be in his best interest as far as lessons are concerned.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Very enjoyable women's fiction/romance. It was a clean romance, but had enough going on with all the characters that I thought it crossed into the women's fiction category. I found it to be well written and error-free. While I could not really understand Meg's choice in friends, as they did not share the same morals, I did like Meg, and enjoyed watching the interactions with Brayden and Marcus. I quickly looked to see what else I could read by this author. Very enjoyable women's fiction/romance. It was a clean romance, but had enough going on with all the characters that I thought it crossed into the women's fiction category. I found it to be well written and error-free. While I could not really understand Meg's choice in friends, as they did not share the same morals, I did like Meg, and enjoyed watching the interactions with Brayden and Marcus. I quickly looked to see what else I could read by this author.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ❤️Melanie G.

    Sweet and nice story just moved to slow for me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Compulsion Reads

    Marcus Lewis is a focused lawyer dedicated to his craft; he’s also a single dad. His son Brayden has struggled in life, especially when it comes to school. Now in kindergarten he has been kicked out of multiple private institutions for his behavior and lack of social skills. At his wit’s end, Marcus goes against his high profile parents’ wishes and enrolls Brayden in a public school until he is able to find his son a more suitable academy. Within the first weeks of class, Marcus starts to receiv Marcus Lewis is a focused lawyer dedicated to his craft; he’s also a single dad. His son Brayden has struggled in life, especially when it comes to school. Now in kindergarten he has been kicked out of multiple private institutions for his behavior and lack of social skills. At his wit’s end, Marcus goes against his high profile parents’ wishes and enrolls Brayden in a public school until he is able to find his son a more suitable academy. Within the first weeks of class, Marcus starts to receive messages from Brayden’s new kindergarten teacher, Ms. Hewitt. Unwilling to deal with more drama from his son, Marcus ignores the calls and buries himself in his work. Marcus’s determination to avoid his son’s problems will drive Emma Hewitt to push harder to help the sweet boy that she believes has tons of potential. The Teacher is a beautiful story about healing old wounds, exposing yourself to new opportunities and learning that not everybody is out to get you. On the outside Marcus is an unresponsive father and all-around unpleasant man, but on the inside he’s desperate to keep the closet closed on his secrets and tries to use work as a way to avoid dealing with the pain from his past. While Marcus is more like the desert sun, harsh and unforgiving, Emma, is more like a beautiful spring day, full of hope and determined to brighten the world. The dynamic that author Meg Gray creates between the two characters was very refreshing and believable. In so many contemporary romances the chemistry between the main characters is rushed and lacks the slow, subtle build that is more realistic. Watching all of the characters growing and learning to appreciate what each other had to offer made for a lovely read that pulled at my heart strings. The Teacher does a great job of showing the reader that teachers aren’t just for the classrooms. We all need someone to help guide us to be better than we are. (This book was provided to Compulsion Reads for review by the author.)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    This was an easy read, but it is a heartwarming story about overcoming the uncertainties of life that may be thrown our way. In this novel, Emma is an elementary school teacher who sees her role as a way of giving hope and security to students who struggle. Marcus is a father who is struggling with his own tragedies and feels like raising his son alone is beyond his capabilities. Emma embarks on the journey to break Marcus' hard emotional shell and to help him see his son's intellectual strength This was an easy read, but it is a heartwarming story about overcoming the uncertainties of life that may be thrown our way. In this novel, Emma is an elementary school teacher who sees her role as a way of giving hope and security to students who struggle. Marcus is a father who is struggling with his own tragedies and feels like raising his son alone is beyond his capabilities. Emma embarks on the journey to break Marcus' hard emotional shell and to help him see his son's intellectual strength and find a way for both of their emotional healing and bonding. I am a retired educator, so this was a sweet story that reminded me of the impact of loving and caring teachers who treat each student as a prized individual. It is about love, understanding, perseverance, and forgiveness.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Linda Galella

    Charming book with wonderful characters, even the ones who start out rough to like. This book flows quickly and thankfully, it is well written and edited! The heroine is a young kindergarten teacher who puts 150% into her students. Her biggest challenge is a young boy with many learning disabilities that are undiagnosed. The first half of the book is spent solving that problem and the last half is the educational resolution of this young boy’s many problems. A bit of romance, lots of family strif Charming book with wonderful characters, even the ones who start out rough to like. This book flows quickly and thankfully, it is well written and edited! The heroine is a young kindergarten teacher who puts 150% into her students. Her biggest challenge is a young boy with many learning disabilities that are undiagnosed. The first half of the book is spent solving that problem and the last half is the educational resolution of this young boy’s many problems. A bit of romance, lots of family strife and drama and a backdrop of Portland/Seattle round out this enjoyable read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Leanne Down

    A great romantic read without the heat x. Well done Meg Gray x. I choose to give this book 5 stars because it's very well written, the characters are well rounded and believable x. If you get a strong like or dislike for one of the books characters then you know the author has done a great job x. A great romantic read without the heat x. Well done Meg Gray x. I choose to give this book 5 stars because it's very well written, the characters are well rounded and believable x. If you get a strong like or dislike for one of the books characters then you know the author has done a great job x.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hazel Worden

    Great characters. Emma the teacher helps Marcus the single father of Brandon a 6 year old . Recognise that his son needs help with his academic ability and the root cause of what is holding Braydon back. Emma spends the summer bringing the child along with his schoolwork. Marcus and Emma develop feelings for each other. A safe warm book no sex or bad language .

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jeannine Wickliffe

    Good fun read Marcus and his son Brayden have moved to Portland for a fresh start. Emma is Brayden's teacher. As she reaches out to help Brayden with his learning issues she has a hard time connecting with Marcus. Can the two come together to help Brayden with his PTSD and find common ground for themselves Good fun read Marcus and his son Brayden have moved to Portland for a fresh start. Emma is Brayden's teacher. As she reaches out to help Brayden with his learning issues she has a hard time connecting with Marcus. Can the two come together to help Brayden with his PTSD and find common ground for themselves

  10. 5 out of 5

    J Steel

    Simply lovely What was there not to love about this book? Meg Gray had a real understanding of what it is like to be an educator, the work involved and how they do know their students! One book I will read again.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ronnie Fox

    Excellent and clean! Being the husband of a public school teacher and administrator I can relate to the issues in this book. The love and commitment of Emma what Braydon needed the most. His life was scarred and his father Marcus was at his wits end. Opposites do often attract.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Brandy Alexander

    Easy The idea of this story was good. It lacked a little depth, the main characters never really discussed their history which made the slow burn a little hard to comprehend. Easy read though.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Neer

    This reading teacher appreciated the author's authentic glimpses into a kindergarten classroom: children's emotional trauma, parent-teacher conferences, the immense responsibility of field trips, the joy of helping young children, and the school's intervention team. This reading teacher appreciated the author's authentic glimpses into a kindergarten classroom: children's emotional trauma, parent-teacher conferences, the immense responsibility of field trips, the joy of helping young children, and the school's intervention team.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Dorsey

    This book while not riveting was pretty good. It was the story of a single father who had hardened his heart and his son's teacher who taught them both about the ability to open themselves up to things other than their pain. This book while not riveting was pretty good. It was the story of a single father who had hardened his heart and his son's teacher who taught them both about the ability to open themselves up to things other than their pain.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Sharp

    This was a very good story...enjoyed it and couldn't read it fast enough See Above. Five stars. Would recommend you read this book. It's so nice to have a good c lean story. 5***** stars. This was a very good story...enjoyed it and couldn't read it fast enough See Above. Five stars. Would recommend you read this book. It's so nice to have a good c lean story. 5***** stars.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Bedford

    Grounded This plot was grounded in reality and that made he read more enjoyable. It was a pleasure to read. Enjoy

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mj Weisenburger

    Quick read. Liked the manner in which the teacher was portrayed. Very true to life.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Pilant

    The Teacher I absolutely loved this book! What a great story of love, compassion and healing. I had a really hard time putting this one down. It won't disappoint you. The Teacher I absolutely loved this book! What a great story of love, compassion and healing. I had a really hard time putting this one down. It won't disappoint you.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Sweet love story This book was extremely enjoyable. A little predictable but still a sweet love story. I highly recommend it, and look forward to reading more from this author.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marcy

    A very cute story. Quick read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley

    Heartwarming A heartwarming story that is wholesome and captivating. Enjoyable reading throughout this tender and endearing love story. A pleasure to read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rachel McKittrick

    There’s a lot of unnecessary information in the book that if taken out would make the book more enjoyable. It’s a slow read. Story line was good it just needs tweaks done to it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sharon L. Brock

    The teacher Good book. Enjoyed the story and characters in the book. Learned more about PTSD disorder. Many people suffer with the disorder but do not get help.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Latoya

    Real love is worth the wait. I liked the novel because of the surprises. There were some cliches but character development was good. Near the end of the story I considered how beautiful it is to wait when it comes to love. Good job, Meg!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dyana

    I have anticipated reading this book for some time with a preconceived notion of what the story line might be, but I was pleasantly surprised. I loved it and read it in a day and a half! It's a light clean romance about a kindergarten teacher and an outwardly embittered lawyer living in Portland, Oregon. Marcus Lewis is a single dad who goes through nannies frequently. Brayden is his son who has been kicked out of several private schools for behavior problems and lack of social skills. Emma Hewit I have anticipated reading this book for some time with a preconceived notion of what the story line might be, but I was pleasantly surprised. I loved it and read it in a day and a half! It's a light clean romance about a kindergarten teacher and an outwardly embittered lawyer living in Portland, Oregon. Marcus Lewis is a single dad who goes through nannies frequently. Brayden is his son who has been kicked out of several private schools for behavior problems and lack of social skills. Emma Hewitt is the public school kindergarten teacher where Brayden has just been enrolled. On his first day of school Brayden retreats to his cubby, climbs inside, and remains there. Emma repeatedly tries calling Marcus, but he ignores her calls. He is sure he knows what she is going to say - Brayden wasn't following directions, didn't participate in the class activity, hit someone, or broke something. COME PICK UP YOUR SON. Marcus has run out of options for schools so wants to avoid talking to the teacher. But Emma just wants to talk to Marcus about what they can do to help Brayden. Marcus has secrets, is protective of his son, and distrusts the help that can be provided by the school. It takes awhile for Marcus and Emma to be on the "same page" when it comes to Brayden. School ends for the summer and Marcus must go to Seattle to work on a project for his father. Since Marcus wants his son to continue therapy after having his emotional problems diagnosed, he hires Emma to be Brayden's companion. She will get Brayden to his therapy appointments and entertain him. The romance begins to blossom. But, as usual, miscommunication and circumstances get in the way. Everything is resolved in a credible and satisfying conclusion. In Portland Emma lives with a male roommate, Seth, which complicates things; and a subplot involves Emma's "perfect" sister Audrey and her husband Finn whose marriage might not be so perfect. Having worked in a kindergarten myself, I enjoyed the descriptions of daily routines and activities. Plus the struggles and rewards of working with parents and co-workers. A truly enjoyable read - highly recommended. A great beginning for Meg Gray, the author.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    The challenges of teaching always include, among other things, problems with a parent or two. When Emma Hewitt finally meets Brayden Lewis's intimidating, cold father (Marcus), she struggles to not go inside her own shell. Always on the lookout for Mr. Eligible, Emma doesn't yet feel like a spinster at 27, but she knows the clock is ticking. When Mr. Lewis refuses to return her calls about his son he has certainly not done anything to put himself on the list. But then, that was the furthest thin The challenges of teaching always include, among other things, problems with a parent or two. When Emma Hewitt finally meets Brayden Lewis's intimidating, cold father (Marcus), she struggles to not go inside her own shell. Always on the lookout for Mr. Eligible, Emma doesn't yet feel like a spinster at 27, but she knows the clock is ticking. When Mr. Lewis refuses to return her calls about his son he has certainly not done anything to put himself on the list. But then, that was the furthest thing from HIS mind. Hurting and smothering his anger, Mr. Lewis is so unaware that his need for a caring person is just as great as his troubled son's. How can one teacher help a little lost boy and his struggling father find a bit of light in their lives. A joy to read. A page turner I found hard to put down.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mary Waibel

    I have never read women's fiction before, but if they are all like this story by Meg Gray, I may have found a new genre to read from. Ms Gray did an excellent job showing the struggle of being a single parent, especially to a child dealing with a traumatic incident. In the beginning I was bothered by the way Marcus would drop his son off at school and rush out without a word. The way he ignored messages from the teacher. But, as the story progressed, I realized this was all part of his coping mec I have never read women's fiction before, but if they are all like this story by Meg Gray, I may have found a new genre to read from. Ms Gray did an excellent job showing the struggle of being a single parent, especially to a child dealing with a traumatic incident. In the beginning I was bothered by the way Marcus would drop his son off at school and rush out without a word. The way he ignored messages from the teacher. But, as the story progressed, I realized this was all part of his coping mechanism. I loved Emma, and really enjoyed seeing how she fit with Marcus and Brayden. My only complaint? I wish I got to see more on page time with Marcus and Emma developing their relationship.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bookworm

    This wonderful novel was a pure joy to read! I couldn't put it down and ended up reading it in one sitting. I just had to know what was going to happen between Emma and Marcus. I was completely and utterly mesmerized by this very compelling story. It's heartwarming, charming, and unforgettable. This book held me under its spell from the first word to the last. My interst in the story never flagged for a second. Meg Gray is a talented author and I am looking forward to reading more of her work. Th This wonderful novel was a pure joy to read! I couldn't put it down and ended up reading it in one sitting. I just had to know what was going to happen between Emma and Marcus. I was completely and utterly mesmerized by this very compelling story. It's heartwarming, charming, and unforgettable. This book held me under its spell from the first word to the last. My interst in the story never flagged for a second. Meg Gray is a talented author and I am looking forward to reading more of her work. Thank you to Meg Gray and First Reads for so generously providing me with a free copy of this book!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    I thought it took just a little too long to tell us what happened to Brayden's Mother Vanessa. This was described as a "sweet, clean romance" to me "sweet and clean" means suitable for young teens, no swearing, or promiscuous behavior. That's all Stacy did and talked about. While there was nothing graphic, I would not consider this "sweet and clean" swearing was minimal. While the story was good, it just wasn't exactly as described. To clarify my start and end dates of reading, I originally read I thought it took just a little too long to tell us what happened to Brayden's Mother Vanessa. This was described as a "sweet, clean romance" to me "sweet and clean" means suitable for young teens, no swearing, or promiscuous behavior. That's all Stacy did and talked about. While there was nothing graphic, I would not consider this "sweet and clean" swearing was minimal. While the story was good, it just wasn't exactly as described. To clarify my start and end dates of reading, I originally read the book in March 2015, forgot that I read it and re-read one afternoon in April 2016

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marla

    Pretty good I was surprised at how much I liked this book. I'm a series addict and this novel was supposed to be a quick fill in while I was waiting for another book series book to be available. The Teacher, was a sweet, refreshing read. Very believable story line and characters. True to life events, that made me think. Marcus was my favorite character, he's like an M&M candy, hard outer shell, sweet on the inside and melted in someone's hand. I'm so glad I came across this novel! Pretty good I was surprised at how much I liked this book. I'm a series addict and this novel was supposed to be a quick fill in while I was waiting for another book series book to be available. The Teacher, was a sweet, refreshing read. Very believable story line and characters. True to life events, that made me think. Marcus was my favorite character, he's like an M&M candy, hard outer shell, sweet on the inside and melted in someone's hand. I'm so glad I came across this novel!

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