• My (Not So) Slutty Professor

  • Not So University Series, Book 1
  • By: D. K. Sutton
  • Narrated by: Kevin Earlywine
  • Length: 7 hrs and 50 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Maddie.

I’m a sucker for nerds. So a biology professor who wears geeky ties and doesn’t realize how hot he is, puts every part of my body on high alert. It also means I’m failing his class. There’s only one way to get him out of my head so I can focus. Seduce him.

Turns out that boyish innocence isn’t an act, and while Dr. Reid Emerson is a genius, there are many things he’s never learned. His eagerness to catch up takes my breath away. Will he let me be the one to teach him? 

Reid.

Maddie Evans reminds me of every popular guy I’ve ever known: Charming, persuasive, and used to getting exactly what he wants. But there’s a part of me — a part tired of being the only inexperienced person on campus — that doesn’t care. A flash of skin during our study sessions sparks a fire I can’t put out. I want Maddie. And I want him to teach me...everything.

We strike a deal that has me questioning my sanity, my ethics, and everything I ever believed in. I can’t resist him but being together is risky. Maddie could lose his spot in grad school, and I could lose the thing that keeps me going every day. Teaching.

Is this experiment doomed to fail or together can we pass the ultimate test of love and sacrifice?

My (Not So) Slutty Professor is a mm romance that involves cocky students, shy professors, meddling best friends, and lots and lots of ice cream. It is the first book in the My (Not So) Serious University series. It can be listened to on its own or as part of the series and has a HEA.

©2021 D. K. Sutton (P)2022 D. K. Sutton

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Too adorable 💕

Omg this was so adorable!!!

A sht professor and a cocky over confident student.

This was definitely too cute for words.

Such a feel guilty feel good listen.

The narrator did an amazing job with the narration.
Loved the audio quality and performance!!!

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So sweet

This was a super sweet slow burn romance with a professor. I giggled a lot at certain points. The characters were a bit silly in a few places and yet were so cute. I loved their romance developing and had a lot of fun listening to the story. The narrator did a really good job bringing these characters to life. There were a few times I wanted things to progress faster but it was good and worked with these characters.

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An enjoyable, sweet story!

Both characters were great! I adored Reid, this clueless, nerdy, introvert who, being a genius, has been in the adult world way to soon, and has never had the time and possibility to experience growing up as a “normal” kid and teenager. Too young to fit with the adults, and too inexperienced in social interactions and too intelligent to fit with people his own age, he has retreated into himself and become a sort of a hermit.
Maddie, one of his students, though they are roughly the same age, has a problem.. he is so attracted to his Professor he cannot concentrate and his falling behind in his class…
A mutually beneficially agreement leads them to become closer and closer, and between hiding, exposure threats and some fun, meddling best friends, the book is a whirlwind of sweetness and fun!

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A Slow-Burn Student/Teacher Romance

I asked for a free ARC of this audiobook from GRR, with the understanding I would write an honest and voluntary review. After finishing the book, I’ve realized the student/teacher theme may not be for me.

I just kept feeling that these obviously extremely intelligent men should be following what their internal monologues were saying and waiting until Maddie graduated. I couldn’t get past the thought that both Reid and Maddie, even at 22, were both adults and able to control their behavior.

The entire contrived, overwrought angst-inducing subplot could have been avoided with some simple COMMUNICATION. There was a lot of unnecessary non-communication between Maddie and Reid, even though Maddie knew it was a bad idea. The entire story, really, had my pet-peeve-o-meter pinging.

Each MC had a female best friend. I didn’t like either of them.

I thought the dialogue, and its delivery by Kevin Earlywine, was awkward and unnatural.

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loved this!

I really enjoyed the audio of this! The narrator was new to me but I liked the way he did the characters. The premise of the book is fun and interesting. I love a good teacher/student and nerd/jock book and opposites attract type tropes. Reid is a professor with a high IQ but zero social skills. He finds himself entranced by him and they have a slow build romance. Maddie is interesting. He is a straight-A student who definitely has OCD but is not afraid to go after what he wants ( and he wants Reid!). They have great chemistry. Although it is fun to read and light in the beginning there is some angst and conflict in the middle of the story but that seems to resolve itself. I was glad the last third of the book was happy and more to my liking. This was a fun listen and I cant wait to get the second one on audio!

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Cute slow burn romance

I enjoyed reading this story and later listened to it. The narrator really brought it to life. The story is very slow burn but still good. I loved hearing Reid come out of his shell and Maddy finding his happiness. This isn't a high heat listen but had plenty of humor to make up for it. Definitely low angst and relaxing to listen to. Well worth your listen.

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Cute story

This story was cute, though I always have to suspend my disbelief with the professor-student books since I used to work at a college and have some idea of what a HUGE ethics violation it is to sleep with your student lol
Still pretty good, and it was fun to see Reed get progressively more sassy.

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This was an A+ read for me. Precious, beautiful, clueless Professor Emerson was so lovable. And when we all got to see under Maddie’s facade, I found him lovable as well. Their quirks and anxieties and insecurities were endearing and, quite frankly, relatable. I enjoyed that even though they would sometimes jump to wrong conclusions in their minds, they’d end up really thinking about the other, who they really were and what they were really like, and then didn’t let it totally get in their way or tear them apart. What did end up threatening to tear them apart they handled fairly well. I just wish there was a better explanation when it came to Prof. Oliver. Really great read, jumping right into the next book!

Kevin Earlywine did alright. However, he reminded me of the Vanessa Bayer character from SNL’s Weekend Update. She plays Laura Parsons, a young Disney actress being a young newscaster. His enunciations and the way he ends his sentences…just no. But, the decision to give Gal a very prominent New York accent was awesome.

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Taboo relationship with a slow burn

This is a very slow-burn romance with the taboo relationship of a professor and a student in his class. It's not really angsty and is low on steam. The storyline made sense for the kinda unusual relationship, and the pacing felt right. I particularly enjoyed the friendship relationships that both Maddie and Reid had that supported the narrative and provided some funny moments.

This is my first book listening to Earlywine narrating and I liked his voice well. What was a little troublesome was being able to tell Maddie and Reid apart, which is not always easy in a single narration. I still enjoyed how he brought the characters to life. All in all, I enjoyed the story as well as the narration.

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Loved it!!

Great narrator and great story! Highly recommend!! i can't wait for the next book in the series.

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  • Lesetiger
  • 04-22-22

sweet

Both the author and the narrator were new to me, but the blurb sounded interesting.
I liked the storyline, which revolves around the relationship of a young professor and his student. Reid, the professor shies away from social media and also people in general. He meets Maddie, a fun-loving and popular student, who wants to get tutoring from Reid. While the age difference between the two is rather small, opposites attract and I found their interactions entertaining and kind of cute.
It took me a while to get into the story at first, but then I was captivated. What I also liked was Maddie and Reid's best friends.
The only thing I couldn't really understand was the motive of Reid's co-worker that made him act.

Kevin Earlywine did a great job of narrating, I liked his pleasant voice and he had a nice pace. I could easily distinguish the characters he gave different voices to and it was fun to listen to him. I will definitely be on the lookout for more audiobooks by this narrator.

I requested a free copy of the audiobook and this is my honest opinion that I am volunteering

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  • KR Phoenix @ Books, Tattoos and Tea
  • 04-26-22

Funny and witty!

A surprising read with great character development and depth. I loved seeing Reid come out of his shell and embrace his feelings for Maddie. I enjoyed the depth to Maddie and his bravado is a mask for insecurities under the surface. a great couple and good fast paced story!

The author teases about the side characters just enough you need to know more about them and their stories. I'm looking forward to finding out about Reid's brother and Ben in book 2 and hopefully Atticus can find his HEA soon after...

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  • Susie Umphers
  • 04-24-22

Sweet low angst romance

If you are a fan of teacher/student romances and are looking for one where both characters are learning things from each other then you'll like this one. Reid is the socially clueless teacher and Maddie is the student attracted to him and the best word to describe them together is cute. Kevin Earlywine captured their personalities perfectly and their attraction is clear.

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  • Gwen
  • 04-24-22

Professor/Student romance!

This was a especial one, with the professor being young and innocent and the student being the one with experience. There’s a villain in the story that doesn’t get his way and a sweet professor loved by all his students (and lusted by some). The narration is pretty good and sets the tone so well. It was a good listen!

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 04-24-22

Cute story

I snapped this audio up and devoured it in just a few bites. I have to say, I enjoyed it. My caveat, though, is that student/teacher stories make me uncomfortable. Even ones with college seniors who are almost the same age as their professors. There’s a power imbalance that can’t be ignored. And, in many schools, the professors would lose their jobs.

Okay, on to the fun stuff. I adored Reid. Geeky prof who loves trees. Is an environmentalist (hence the Verspa). I loved that he had a bestie who tried to make him see the fun side of things. And I liked how, once he opened himself up, he found he could care for Maddie.

Maddie was also adorable. A cocky student who gets super great grades but is bombing Reid’s class because he finds Reid so attractive. I’m not sure seducing the professor to get him out of your system is necessarily the smartest thing, but hey, they’re young. They’re single. And they are a whole lot of fun together.

Like I said, I enjoyed the story and I definitely can’t wait for the next instalment. Kevin Earlywine is a new narrator to me and I won’t hesitate to pick him up again. Please, let the next book release on audio soon.

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  • L.D.
  • 04-21-22

Sweet RomCom

Adorable and sweet, My [Not So] Slutty Professor is a lighthearted romcom between a socially awkward professor and his gregarious student. I really enjoyed the interactions between the characters, especially as Maddie teaches Reid how to be more social. The angst in the book creates enough conflict to keep the plot interesting.

The audiobook was narrated by Kevin Earlywine who did a nice job. I really enjoyed the story and the audio performance.

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  • sarah mitcham
  • 04-21-22

Deal Of A Lifetime.

MM, Contemporary, Romantic Comedy. A great story throughout with great characters and so many LOL moments. Part of a series but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone with no loss of enjoyment or understanding. I really enjoyed seeing how they and their relationship evolved. Kevin Earlywine did a fantastic job narrating. Guaranteed HEA.

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  • KBR
  • 04-18-22

My (Not So) S Professor

This is my third attempt to write a review - the title kept hanging me up. Anyway, I enjoyed the listen. It did start a bit stiff and clunky for me - both the narration and story, but it did settle as it went, and I ended up liking the listen. I’ll check out the next in the story.

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  • Laora
  • 04-16-22

Social awkward and social butterfly

The narrator is excellent and brings the whole story to a higher level. The narrator is enthousiast and tells with a Greta dynamic to his voice. Both characters are distinctive and for me this narrator is one to keep an out for. I listened to the book on 1,10 speed.

D.K. Sutton was a new to me author. This book has for me pro and cons. The pro's: not a mention able age difference, the character development for both Maddie and especially Reid the hea. The cons: the justification by Reid to start a relationship with Maddie while he is still his student and Maddie going along, good friends for both.The meddling by the colleague felt a bit far fetched and sought for.

This is book one in the Not so University series, book 2 is already published and book 3 will be published later this year.

I was given a code for this audiobook but the opinions about this book are my own.

book 4- audio 5 overall 4

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  • Tanya
  • 04-15-22

loved this book

omg this book was amazing and I can't wait to start the next one. I loved the characters and the story. this was a new to me narrator and he was perfect. will definitely be a 1 click narrator for me.