Loving Ms. Winters
novel - LGBT+

Loving Ms. Winters

Morgan Giglio

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What is Loving Ms. Winters

Loving Ms. Winters is a popular web novel written by the author Morgan Giglio, covering LGBT+ genres. It's viewed by 16.4K readers . The novel is completed and can be read all 81 chapters in Webnovel with all rights reserved.


Blair Collins is a senior in high school with a long history of causing trouble. She is quite frankly over high school and just looking to have a fun time for her last year when an unexpected change happens at her school, a new and extremely attractive statistics teacher. Ms. Winters graduated at only sixteen and started teaching this year at the age of only twenty-two. Blair instantly takes a liking to her and accidentally wanders into her lawn drunk after a party one night. When both Blair and Ms. Winters start to develop a liking for one another will boundaries be crossed or will forbidden love prevail? It would seem that depends heavily on who finds out and how long their relationship can be kept secret. *** She rolled her eyes turning me on even further "I think we both know this was bound to happen either way." "How do you figure?" I questioned slowly taking another sip of my drink She smiled confidently "Well Alice, I'd say there's been sexual tension between us from the moment I walked in for my first day of statistics, wouldn't you agree?" She was right "No." *** R18 Rating NO SEXUAL CONTENT IN THE FIRST TEN CHAPTERS CONTAINS SEXUAL CONTENT THROUGHOUT REST OF BOOK *** [[Word Count: 69,000-70,000 words]] Written By Morgan Giglio Cover designed by sammoham on Fiverr

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Thank you all so much for reading! Im so excited to Have signed a contract For this book on wednovel and hope you all enjoy This book! This version is Slightly different than the OriginAl as It does not have any erotica scenes until after cHapter 10 just as a heads up.


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