Student-Teacher Romance novels are a controversial but very popular genre, with a long tradition in literature and cinema. Consider The Woman in White
by Wilkie Collins, where Laura falls in love with her art master, Walter. Or Anne of Green Gables
by L M Montgomery, where the local schoolmaster Mr Philips and his pupil Prissy share a tendresse.
Movies include Girls’ Dormitory (1936) with Marie Claudel (Simone Simon) seducing school principal, Dr Stephen Dominick (Herbert Marshall). And Margie (1946) where Margie (Jeanne Crain) ends up marrying her handsome French teacher, Ralph Fontayne (Glenn Langan).
It’s the thrill of the forbidden, the nostalgia of a first crush, an age/power gap. Writing these romances is interesting. It’s about exploring the kinds of emotions that drive two people to take that level of risk. It’s about revisiting one’s own former fantasies and secret heartache, and wondering what if?
My Student-Teacher Romance novels
Gabriel entered the priesthood after a betrayal left him bitter. But when he meets troubled, beautiful Leonie, he wonders if he made the right choice.
Laura is still in love with Mr Rydell despite trying to find comfort elsewhere, how can she win him back?
When boarding school pupil Laura meets her new German teacher her world is turned upside down.
Falling in love with her teacher Mr Rydell has overturned Laura’s world. But can their relationship survive the subterfuge or will it buckle under the pressure?
Marcy falls head over heels for the hottest guy she's ever met, then discovers he's her new high school French teacher.
When Sera’s new art teacher mistakes her for a model and demands that she strip naked, sparks start to fly. Will Mr Marek be able to keep his student at arm’s length after seeing everything she has to offer?
When Caroline is shipwrecked during a school holiday, she finds herself stranded on a desert island with school's hot Geography teacher, Drew Grant
When Stewart Walker finds out the girl he kissed is a student at his school he’s furious and determined to keep away. But Alice has fallen hard and won’t give up.
Catholic school teacher Carl Spencer faces a crisis of faith when he falls for his student Juliet, how can he resist the temptation to be with her?