The Perfect Teacher [Teacher/Student] (Slash)

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Astor By Grimm_13x Updated 3 years ago
Jake is ur normal straight A student that does his best to stay from all sorts of trouble, But what happens when his english teacher moves away only to be replaced by a total asshole for a man who makes his life a living hell. On top of it all Jayden has it out for him and would do anything to get him even if it mean lying an d cheating. But what happens when Jayden's pass suddenly catches up to him, will pull them apart or make them even stronger?
    
    On a serious note I hate summaries -_-
Well, if you're going to stretch your vocabulary, you should probably check your grammar. 
                                    There were a lot of mistakes that could be easily pointed out.
                                    Your characters of pop out. They're not bland, not unique, somewhat in the middle. I like how he's not exactly "the popular guy" in school or anything.
                                    Or "super hot".
                                    Getting to teh point - You're a beast writer, you just need Microsoft in your world.
                                    
Well, if you're going to stretch your vocabulary, you should probably check your grammar. 
                                    There were a lot of mistakes that could be easily pointed out.
                                    Your characters of pop out. They're not bland, not unique, somewhat in the middle. I like how he's not exactly "the popular guy" in school or anything.
                                    Or "super hot".
                                    Getting to teh point - You're a beast writer, you just need Microsoft in your world.
                                    
Well, if you're going to stretch your vocabulary, you should probably check your grammar. 
                                    There were a lot of mistakes that could be easily pointed out.
                                    Your characters of pop out. They're not bland, not unique, somewhat in the middle. I like how he's not exactly "the popular guy" in school or anything.
                                    Or "super hot".
                                    Getting to teh point - You're a beast writer, you just need Microsoft in your world.