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    "Did you have relations with my brother?" 

    Good question.  

    I’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 I’ve ever met who just so happens to be my new friend’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, I’ve managed to be called into the principal’s office; I've been coerced into participating in the teacher's badminton league; and I've instigated passionate fights with Arlo Turner over education and decorum while losing my underwear at the same time. 

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

    ©2020 Meghan Quinn (P)2020 Meghan Quinn

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    • Jessica
    • 23/12/2020

    Loved it!

    Want to know the theme song to this book? Hot and Cold by Katy Perry. I swear Arlo gave me so much whiplash that I spent the majority of the book hating his guts! But then out of no where the grumpy bastard had my heart. How dare he!!

    Listen, I’m gonna let you guys in on little secret...I don’t listen to romance audiobooks, only thrillers and horror books and literary fiction. For some reason I thought I’d pop my audio romance cherry, so to speak, and wow! I’ve obviously missed out on a bunch. Zachary Webber, um can one fall in love with a voice? The female narrator, Erin, was superb. I may or may not have gotten a bunch of Mr. Webber’s backlog... LOL.

    Anyways, I loved this book so much. I was left in stitches and I can’t tell you how much I needed that. I’m gonna let you in on another secret. While I have all of Ms. Quinn’s books, I actually haven’t gotten around to reading them. So all the characters, like the baseball players from other books (like Jason Orson), yeahhhhh, I’ve moved her up on my TBR. She’s good for the soul.

    So the story is about Greer and Arlo, who are both English teachers at their high school. Greer is all sunshine and laughs—I loved her immediately! Then we got Arlo...grumpy and snooty. And let’s not forget he has an immediate “dislike” for our girl. To the point where he insults her and is just a big ole jerk! It’s okay though because Greer takes it all in stride because she’s badass like that.

    Obviously, ole boy can’t help but cave when it comes to our sassy heroine. But honestly, all I could think about was “damn, why didn’t I marry an English teacher?”

    Overall, I love romance. If you do too, then this book is for you. Lol.

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    • 🎧 Cyndi Marie🎧 ☆★Audiobook Addict★☆
    • 15/12/2020

    ✫✫ 4 Stars ✫✫

    My favorite thing about this book was Greer, the main character and her group of friends. She was such a fun character and I loved her playful nature. The way she interacted with the group, no matter how quirky some of her new friends are she just goes with the flow. Arlo, her love interest was a hard character for me to like. He was a complete snobby jerk for 1/2 this book and I struggled to get on board with his abrupt personality change. I need a jerk to still show a softer side so when we finally shows the lovable side it is believable and his 180 was a little rough. That is not to say I didn't like him because I loved him as the Jerk and I loved him as the good guy it was just the transition I had a hard time with. I also have to give kudos to the P & P references and the grand gesture because I am a huge fan of P & P and especially the Keira Knightly version of the movie. Besides the main characters, this book has the funniest, weirdest side characters. Without all of their friends I'm not sure I would have enjoyed this book as much as I did. I would love more books about their friends.

    The narration was perfect, I mean Zachary Webber and Erin Mallon... perfection!

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    • RACHEL REED
    • 16/12/2020

    A sweet and sexy work place, enemies to lovers romance!

    This was a sweet and steamy enemies to lovers work place romance!
    The crazy shenanigans, pranks and humor was captured so authentically.

    Erin Mallon and Zachary Webber were absolutely perfect in bringing Greer and Arlo to life.
    Their audio delivery and narration was fun, enjoyable and so very engaging.

    The writing was hilarious, quirky and entertaining and the characters were likeable and well fleshed out.

    If you want to enjoy a sweet and fluffy light hearted listen with fun banter and which is low on the angst and a feel good listen overall. Don't hesitate to pick this one up.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 01/03/2021

    Not my fave story. But Erin and Zach are perfect!

    Erin Mallon is witty and quick and hot. Anyone who doesn’t love her, I just don’t get. I think Andy Arndt is good, but Erin gets negative reviews and is less sappy and dramatic and overly emotional. I prefer Erin in almost every role. Zachary Webber is almost the only male role I’ll entertain. He’s AMAZING. Always sexy and pitch perfect. Can anyone intake a breath audibly and make it sound more erotic? No, I think not. This book was meh, but I love this combo of narration.

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    • Love2Listen
    • 27/03/2021

    Terrible!! Just terrible!!!

    No. I can't! I can't!
    This is one of the worst books I've ever read!
    I love this trope, being a teacher myself, but it is clear to me that the author has never been in front of a classroom and she is probably fifteen!
    There is NO WAY that a teacher, no matter how new she is, begins a prank war with her superior! No way. You might hate the other teachers, but you don't do that! You do not disrespect them without expecting the students to disrespect EVERYBODY at that school.
    The h is unbearable! If you want to teach a lesson to an idiot who critizes your techniques, you prove him wrong with RESULTS, not with stink bombs and faulty microphones!
    Ugh! I can't even write a proper review, Im that annoyed.
    I want my credit back!

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    • M. Shea
    • 18/01/2021

    Immaturity, Lack of Self Respect, and Truly Ignorant Behavior

    I made it almost halfway before quitting. Almost. And I quit because I no longer liked either of the two main characters at all. She is joking to her boss that their book club aren’t really “in heat” and then proceeds to listen to H humiliate her in front of said boss before she stomps off mad. That mad sticks around for as long as it takes her to beg him to eat her out on her desk. Yeah, in heat sounds about right. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure someone somewhere finds this hot - it’s just absolutely not me. I think by that chapter I wished someone else would slap them both. This is just the cherry on the immaturity sundae though. The pranks? Something high school freshmen would do. Not teachers. Especially not teachers involving their students (the assembly, the stink bomb).

    I like Meghan Quinn. I like some of her other books. But this one is just a nope.

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    • Menotah Bolland
    • 24/12/2020

    See Me After Class

    "I want something sweet. Something naughty. Something that rocks my word and changes the colors around me. I want . . . love."

    See Me After Class is a workplace romantic comedy about a grumpy teacher who follows the rules and a teacher that tries to bring fun to the classroom.

    Arlo and Greer are the total opposite types of teachers. He is arrogant and grumpy and believes in making the students somewhat fear his class whereas Greer is the fun-loving teacher who likes to make learning fun for her students. After butting heads right from the beginning during her interview, Greer is determined to make Arlo lighten up.

    For the most part, I enjoyed the story and did laugh out loud a few times. I found myself a little more interested in the side characters and the pranks than the main characters. Arlo was a little too stuffy for me until he finally gave in to his attraction to Greer. I look forward to the next Meghan Quinn book.

    Audio: Zachary Weber and Erin Mallon did a great job bringing the story to life.

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    • Stacy Hahn
    • 22/12/2020

    Loved it!!!

    See Me After class is an enemies to lovers romance that I couldn’t get enough of. Talk about two people who couldn’t be more opposite and explosive when they’re together. Greer is a fun loving new English teacher with a zest for life and new and innovative ways to teach. Arlo is an AP English teacher who is so by the book it’s painful. Needless to say, these two don’t hit it off.

    This book is fun! I was rolling with laughter at all the ways Greer managed to get under his skin, one prank at a time with the help of her new friends, which also happen to be his. This group of friends will keep you entertained!

    The more Arlo and Greer are around each other, the more the chemistry sparks and they can’t deny or fight their attraction. What happens when they finally stop fighting and fall, will make you swoon and then scream in frustration and irritation wondering Why. Just hang tight and prepare to fall.

    Narration by Zachary Webber and Erin Mallon was fantastic!!

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    • Ap2514
    • 07/04/2021

    Loved this one

    I listened to these books a little out of order so I knew that Greer and Arlo would end up together but I didn’t know their story. But I’m so glad I went back and listened to this one. I absolutely loved the pranks that Greer and her girl squad pulled on Arlo and the way his guy friends got involved. I can’t wait to enjoy more books with these characters.

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    • Kantrina
    • 05/04/2021

    OMGoodness

    This was an amazing and engaging story. The narration was epic, I love Erin and Zach, we're on 1st name basis. Greer was was so upbeat and passionate. Arlo was deliciously domineering and Sweet underneath his aggressively proud demeanour. All the charecters were loved and enriched the story. I laughed, cried, swooned, gasped and melted. MS. Quinn has been added to my list of fave authors. P.S. loved the Pride and Prejudice references and themes.