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SEE ME AFTER CLASSย by Meghan Quinnย 

Release Date: November 12th

Genre: Romantic Comedy

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BLURB:

“Did you have relations with my brother . . .”

Good question.

Iโ€™d like to preface this by saying it was never my intention to ever get involved in a workplace romance, let alone get involved with the most surly, agitating, and pompous man Iโ€™ve ever met who just so happens to be my new friendโ€™s brother.

My intentions were to show students how English and reading books could actually be fun and make a new life for myself in the suburbs of Chicago.

But so far, Iโ€™ve managed to be called into the principalโ€™s office.

Coerced into participating in the teacher’s badminton league.

And instigated into passionate fights with Arlo Turner over education and decorum while losing my underwear at the same time.

Known as Mr. Turns Me On, heโ€™s the reason I might get fired from my first ever teaching job.

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PROLOGUE:

**GREER**

โ€œBefore we get started, Iโ€™ve been told I need to ask you a question.โ€ Stella sits cross-legged in front of me, a nervous look on her face, water in hand.

โ€œOh?โ€ I ask, trying to act casual as I bring my glass of red wine to my lips. I have a scary inkling what this might be about.

She glances over at Coraline and winces. โ€œUh, I feel weird asking.โ€

Oh God . . . I was right.

Shifting, I say, โ€œYou know, we donโ€™t have toโ€”โ€

โ€œThen why bring it up if youโ€™re not going to propose your query?โ€ Keiko asks impatiently while pushing her green-rimmed glasses up on her nose. โ€œYou know the frequency of these meetings is dependent upon staying within the comprehensive itinerary I composed during my lunchbreak.โ€

โ€œCool your bloomers, Keeks,โ€ Coraline says while taking a large sip from her wine glass. โ€œI want to know whatโ€™s making Stella so fidgety.โ€

The four founding members of the Ladies in Heat Book Clubโ€”aka my mismatched collection of friendsโ€”each bring diverse and unique character traits to our group.

Keiko โ€œKeeksโ€ Seymourโ€”resident AP chemistry teacher at Forest Heights High School. Her social etiquette is lacking, her intelligence is off the charts, and sheโ€™d rather play with beakers than penises. She wasnโ€™t thrilled about the book club name and made a noble attempt to explain why her suggestion, the Austen Empowerment Collaborative, was far more credible. Majority ruled, she lost.

Stella Garciaโ€”Spanish teacher at Forest Heights and my co-coach. Currently single, makes the best tamales Iโ€™ve ever had, and is one stamp away from getting a free donut at Frankie Donuts. Can be shy at times, but when it comes to her family and friends, she doesnโ€™t take shit from anyone. Loyal to the core, one of the reasons I adore her.

Coraline โ€œCoraโ€ Turnerโ€”recent divorcรฉe and living with her brother, Arlo. Jobless at the moment and couldnโ€™t care less about it since both she and Arlo have enough inheritance to last them a lifetime. Often annoyed by her older brother or annoying him, doesnโ€™t partake in Twitterโ€”says itโ€™s a filthy pool of opinions, and is the first to offer up a bottle of wine.

Then thereโ€™s me . . .

Greer Gibsonโ€”twenty-four-year-old fresh to the teaching scene as Forest Heightsโ€™s new English teacher and womenโ€™s volleyball coach. I love running, have a penchant for a man in a cardigan, and can get a little noisy in the classroom while teaching. I currently share a classroom wall with Arlo Turner, Forest Heights most prestigious English teacher, and might have lost my underwearโ€”

โ€œOut with it, Stella,โ€ Cora says, snapping at her.

โ€œPlease, so we can proceed,โ€ Keeks says, straightening her notepad on her lap.

Stella looks me in the eyes and says, โ€œBrock wants to know if thereโ€™s anything going on between you and Turner. Apparently, Turner wonโ€™t say a thing, but Brock thinks thereโ€™s some strong sexual tension building.โ€

Cora whips her head to me, her eyes wide. โ€œAre you getting it on with my brother?โ€

Finger pointed in the air, Keeks leans in and says, โ€œThe proper term amongst company would be coitus.โ€
Rolling her eyes, Cora asks, โ€œDid you have coitus with my brother?โ€

โ€œYou could also say intercourse if that amuses your jargon more,โ€ Keeks adds. โ€œOr copulating would be sufficient. But if you are inclined toward romantic terminology, since we are in the presence of the book club, you could say lovemaking or performing intimate acts. Although, given the circumstances of when coitus took placeโ€”in the work environmentโ€”I would deduce that your actions were performed carnally rather than with the interest of developing a devoted accord.โ€

โ€œGood God, Keeks,โ€ Cora says, irritated. โ€œWho cares what itโ€™s called? We just want to know if it happened.โ€ Cora looks me in the eyes. โ€œDid it?โ€

Did it . . .

Good question.

Iโ€™d like to preface this by saying it was never my intention to ever get involved in a workplace romance when I was hired at Forest Heights, let alone get involved with the most surly, agitating, and pompous man Iโ€™ve ever met.

My intentions were to show students how English and reading books could actually be fun, bring the volleyball team to a state championship, and make a new life for myself in the suburbs of Chicago.

But so far, Iโ€™ve managed to be called into the principalโ€™s office.

Infiltrate the teachersโ€™ athletic league.

And had passionate fights with Arlo Turner over education, decorum, and student-teacher friendships.
Not to mention Iโ€™ve lost my panties to him in my dreams more than I care to admit.

Why did this all happen?

Simple.

The man dresses in a cardigan, thatโ€™s how.

Arlo Turner. The bane of my existence, annoyance to my sanity, and the only man whoโ€™s ever made me want to spread my legs in a classroom.

Heโ€™s torn down my metaphorical walls, strapped on a cottony cardiganโ€”pushed up the sleevesโ€”and has driven me to the brink of insanity, so now whenever I hear the mention of his name, my legs automatically spread, and my heartrate picks up.

Known as Mr. Turns Me On, heโ€™s the reason my star athlete is struggling to keep her grades up.

Heโ€™s the reason I tend to avoid the teacher breakroom.

And heโ€™s the reason I might get fired from my first ever teaching job.

 

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Tanya Rae’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

See Me After Class is a LOL book to read. I found myself chuckling throughout the story. Meghan Quinn is a master at humorous quips.

I felt for Arlo in the beginning getting caught in the line of fire for the jokes that were played on him. But he was the perfect mark for them. Arlo acted like he had a stick up his arse. I loved Greer and her sense of humor. Arlo and Greer are โ€œopposites attractโ€ personalities.

I loved reading this book but I wasnโ€™t a fan of the ending. Not because there isn’t an HEA, because there is. But I felt like the ending just abruptly ended. Otherwise it was another great book by Meghan Quinn.


About the Author:ย 

USA Today Bestselling Author, wife, adoptive mother, and peanut butter lover. Author of romantic comedies and contemporary romance, Meghan Quinn brings readers the perfect combination of heart, humor, and heat in every book.

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