Spanish Lessons (Study Abroad #1)

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I have big plans for my semester abroad in Madrid...but falling for my studly Spanish tutor definitely isn't one of them #HotForTeacher

Along with her BFF, Maddie, Vivian hopes to indulge her inner Art History nerd by visiting the best museums in the world. She also wants to tackle more practical concerns—like a less than stellar GPA in her major, Economics—with the help of a Spanish tutor.

Madrileño Rafa Montoya is the stuff study abroad dreams are made of: super studly and super smart. He also happens to be super into Vivian. With his wicked dancing skills and his passion for the arts, he tempts her to throw caution to the wind and live out her wildest dreams.

Only problem? Maddie wants Rafa, too, and Vivian promised herself she’d never settle for second best again…not after a hookup-gone-awry last semester left her heartbroken. Is it best for Vivian to protect her heart at all costs? Or is letting Rafa in worth the risk?

A New Adult Standalone Romance

This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN: B01AYTSAJ4

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  • Original Title:Spanish Lessons (Study Abroad #1)
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  • Rating:7.76 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
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  • Publisher:Published May 2017 by Peterson Paperbacks

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Chapter 1

August
Madrid, Spain

I clutch the scrap of paper with trembling fingers. The address I’ve scrawled on it in purple felt-tip pen is smeared with sweat; the paper feels fuzzy, worried by my hands as I’ve stumbled through Barajas International Airport.

The taxi driver, a nice looking dude with stringy blond locks that stream from a receding hairline, glances at me in the rearview mirror.

“Um,” I say, tears stinging the backs of my eyes. Years of Spanish go out the open window as I struggle to remember how to say fourteen and street and I’m so sorry I’m an idiot. I’ve practiced saying my señora’s address a hundred times on the plane. I’ve even coached myself on the proper Spanish accent, perfecting the soft hiss of c and s.

Sweat trickles down the gutter of my spine. Spanish words and phrases dart through my head like blinking fireflies, going dark jus...

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