• British Professor

  • McCullough Mountain, Book 4
  • By: Lydia Michaels
  • Narrated by: Lucinda Gainey
  • Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
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British Professor is a sizzling, age-gap, student-teacher romance full of scandalous secrets from best-selling author, Lydia Michaels. Family saga fans won’t want to miss!

Sheilagh McCullough has been pretending to be someone else her entire life. When she takes her rebellious act too far, her overbearing brothers decide it’s time for her to grow up and face her future. After six years of procrastination and parties, Sheilagh is finally going to college.

Dr. Alec Devereux is an ethical man, but when Sheilagh enrolls in his class, his morals, as a professor, are put to the test. Brilliant, tenacious, and a contradiction to herself in so many ways, Alec’s new student enchants and tempts him to break the rules. Choosing lust over logic, Alec pursues Sheilagh with uncompromising desire until her unresolved past—and crazy family—collide and present a threat to their future.

It’s too late to walk away once he’s fallen for her, but Sheilagh has the final say. When a line is drawn between her happiness and her family, she has a difficult choice to make.

Best-selling author, Lydia Michaels, has created an unforgettable family saga bursting with sizzling secrets and scandalous moments in this award-winning series, McCullough Mountain, where each story can be listened to as a stand-alone!

©2015 Lydia Michaels (P)2022 Lydia Michaels

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Sheilagh's Story

Wow! She is wild and crazy and I love reading her story! I have finally found my girl crush and Lucinda Gainey total brought Sheilagh to life. She is the genius in the family who has her pick of colleges. However, Sheilagh feels like she is suppose to do something different and she tries to get the attention of her family in all the wrong ways. After being disappointed by Tristan's choice and with the huge nudge from her brothers Sheilagh enrolls in Princeton and leaves McCullough Mountain. But what happens when she returns and she's not alone. Check out Sheilagh McCullough's story and how she finally get the last laugh on her brothers.

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Each one is as good as the next! Lydia Michael’s is a master.

Ok.. every McCullough mountain I keep saying I might like better than the prior book…. But the truth is.. they are all excellent. Each sibling book deals with real life issues. It hilifgts the fact that there. Am be problems for you even if toucans raised with the best life.

Shayla has spent 6 years letting a secret derail her life…. When her brothers force her to go to college… she gets the chance to branch out. She is so used to things the way they have been that she’s frustrated.

Her journey includes a lot of self reflection and realizations.. and I’m not going to share them. Suffice it to say it’s excellently written and easily read.. and her realizations just might make you think about your own life and choices…. It’s well worth the read! Period.