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See Me After Class

(Steamy Teacher Romances #1)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  10,693 ratings  ·  1,091 reviews
"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 co
Kindle Edition, 430 pages
Published November 12th 2020 by Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC
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Nov 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars


This was such a fun enemies to lovers/workplace romance. I had a blast reading it and I really hope Quinn decides to write more from this group of characters!

Greer is a new teacher who gets hired at a prestigious public school as an English teacher. She couldn’t be more excited, but the head of the English department and fellow English teacher Arlo Turner, not so much. Arlo and Greer definitely start off on the wrong foot. They don’t get along and aren’t afraid to show it, and the
Meghan Quinn
Oct 28, 2020 added it  ·  (Review from the author)

Mr. Turner would like to see you after class . . .
✓ Teacher/Teacher STEAMY romance
✓ Enemies to lovers
✓ Best friend’s brother romance
✓ Alpha with a change of heart
✓ Romantic Comedy with undeniable chemistry

This steamy work place romance will get your pulse pumping!

Grab your copy now--> https://amzn.to/2I5ANEB

Vaishali • [V.L. Book Reviews]
R A T I N G: 3.5 stars to See Me After Class!

'Look out, Leonardo, there’s a new Jay Gatsby in town, and he’s stealing hearts with every devastating glare.'

“God, you’re infatuated, aren’t you?” Cora asks. “The proper term would be bewitched, Coraline. Utterly bewitched.”

An enemies to lovers romance See Me After Class certainly is and a near-accurate description ‘enemies to lovers’ is of my relationship with my first Meghan Quinn romance. Perhaps ‘lovers to enemies to lovers’ is more apt but I
Nov 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
99 cents (1/2022) https://amzn.to/352m7if

This witty Austen-esque romp by Meghan Quinn had me bewitched. Utterly bewitched.

Heroine : Greer Gibson wants to make a difference through her students and is excited about her first job as both an English teacher and a volleyball coach at the most prestigious public school in the country. She never imagined she’d have to deal with a man whose stuck-up attitude makes her hate him while his elusive charm and alpha tendencies provoke unbridled lust
2.5 Stars

Overall Opinion: This felt like different books in one! Or at least different Hs!! The first part, which I found super slow and not all that engaging, was more about the H being a mega jerk and the h participating in some workplace pranks as revenge with some quirky side characters. The middle, was about the H being this dominant alpha male that did some rather kinky stuff to the h but wouldn’t let her participate/reciprocate. And then the last part was a super-fluffy-toothache-sweet-1
Jacob Proffitt
This cover is a travesty. I mean, what is it with men trying to button clothes that are too small for them? Also, Arlo does cardigans! This is a total missed opportunity for a cardiganed hero on the cover. What was anyone thinking in this design?!?

Okay, with that out of my system, on to the story. This was a complicated read for me as I swung to some extremes while reading. The hate relationship at the start made Arlo highly unsympathetic and I kind of hated him nearly as much as Greer did. But
Catherine Russell

POV: First Person - Dual
AGE: Greer Gibson - 24, Arlo Turner - 32.
PUBLISHED: November 12, 2020
SETTING: Chicago, Illinois.

You know those books where the precis gets you really excited and the beginning is so great, you think you're really gonna love them? But soon, that magic wears off, the dialogue gets repetitive and the interactions of the main characters which were once funny and snarky turn bland and just become meh, and all this time you're really thinking about how there are so many other
Dec 31, 2020 rated it liked it
See Me After Class is bit flat for Miss Quinn. I as always expecting slow burn, rom com and hilarious banter. While Miss Quinn packs her signature writing into this book, somehow it is lack luster.

I can not get the chemistry between Greene and Arno. With Arno as super closed off hero, it became really hard to feel the chemistry. The prank is funny though.

Anyway, this is an OK read. Closed off for 2020.

3 stars
Nov 21, 2020 rated it did not like it
She broke up with him just because he was doing his job!!

She was so selfish and refused to acknowledge the criticisms about her teaching method

AND THEN the hero was the one who chased after her and apologised

What message does this send?? That if you are working together and married then you get preferential treatment even if you are bad at your job??!!

Seriously...where have the smart romances gone...I feel like I read 1 out of every 300 books that are true romances that you root for and the rest
Jan 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2021-reads, ku-reads
4.5 stars.

That’s how to do an enemies-to-lovers and totally win me over.

description God bless chemistry.”

”I’m heading out.”
“Going to go buy your first-day-of-school cardigan?”
“Do you really think I’d wait until the day before to purchase something so important?”

huh. a man w cardigan can actually be attractive. who woulda thought. anyway ive got nothing bad to say, just that it couldnt hold my attention, nothing new. the immature pranks were where i lost my interest
Nov 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2020, arc
FIVE FUNNY STARS for Greer and Arlo ❤💖❤💖!!!


I thought I would never like Meghan's book that doesn't follow very well-known Meghan's baseball players, but I have to admit that I wrong.

Meghan proved that no matter what genre or trope she wrote, her humor, and sense of well-thought-out and interesting storyline is always present in her books.

"See Me After Class" is a romantic comedy book with brother's best friend and enemies to lovers tropes.

Greer and Arlo's relationship is everything!

At firs
Penny (semi-hiatus)
Please don't take this rating seriously

It's just one of those times that you say "it's me, not the book". There were parts that I liked but overall it couldn't hold my interest and I skimmed some parts.

Keiko got me so exhausted and mad with her choice of words and Greer (h) annoyed me when she pulled those pranks to Arlo (H). It's not that he didn't deserve it but it was too childish in my opinion.

Maybe the timing wasn't right but I didn't enjoy this book and I pushed myself to finish it (I ev

ren ♡
A quick and funny read. The romance was a bit underdeveloped for my taste and some of the jokes gave me second hand embarrassment. The hero was too much of an asshole for me and it didn't seem like he had a legitimate reason for being one. The secondary characters were strong but some were very cringe.

As a teacher myself, I also had my reservations over the way they critiqued each other's teaching styles (view spoiler).

Elle G. Reads
My Rating: 5 Stars
Genre Enemies to Lovers | Co-Workers | Romantic Comedy

Meghan Quinn delivers the belly laughs in her latest release, See Me After Class! This was such a FUN book to read. Not only does the story feature two brand new characters, but she also brings back fan favorites from her other series! I loved “seeing” some of my favorite ball players make an appearance in this one. I’m hoping some of them even get their own HEA’s! I think many readers will agree with me.

Jessica Alcazar
This book is JOY.
These characters are JOY.
This storyline is JOY.
Every word is JOY.

Find out more about this JOYhttp://omgreads.com/see-me-after-class-by-meghan-quinn-2

Let me tell you guys, See Me After Class is a top of a top of a top read right now. My review is ridiculous because it just says the book is JOY and go read it, but it is important people understand, sometimes, less is more. This is 2020. When I say something is JOY, you’d best believe it is all that and a bag of Lay’s Lig
book bruin
Apr 19, 2021 rated it liked it
This is my first book by Meghan Quinn and although it was entertaining and funny, I never fully felt invested in the characters or story. I really enjoyed all the nods and similarities to Pride and Prejudice, but the chemistry between Arlo and Greer fell a bit flat for me. Their transition from enemies to lovers didn't feel natural and I wasn't a fan of Arlo's repeated hot and cold behavior. I was really happy to see Greer voice her wishes and concerns, but Arlo's 180 didn't feel realistic. I wi ...more
I love Meghan Quinn’s writing, and for that reason alone I decided to keep the faith and continue reading this one—even though I found the hero, English teacher Arlo Turner, hugely unlikable through at least half the book.

Very pompous hero, with a huge stick up his butt. I though surely there must be a very good reason for his attitude? Meh, not really. I mean there was a reason...but jeez.

What saved the book for me was the heroine, first year English teacher Greer, her friends (although I found
✰♊ Angie ♊✰
Okay... this one was a rollercoaster for me.
Really, really was loving the first half of the book. I was chuckling at the prank war and fanning myself at the steamy stuff. AND THEN, we hit the point when both the H and h decided they were gonna basically start all over and this time, they were going to be super saccharine with each other because they *gasp* suddenly realized they had real feelings for one another. Then, it just got boring. Like, really really boring. Reading about their heart eye
Ana Stasia
Nov 14, 2020 rated it it was ok
Everything in this book felt so...forced. The hero was a jerk totally randomly (considering it was just a single interaction that caused him to do so). The heroine seemed like she was spunky and outspoken at first, but then randomly turned out to melt for him at every single interaction? Where did all her confidence from the interview go? It felt like I was seeing a completely different character's story unfold. Idk, their whole chemistry seemed so forced. And what was that stupid fight at the p ...more
Nov 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
*4.5 Stars!*

This book had no right being as funny, as sexy and as sweet as it fucking was. 😭💕
Mar 16, 2022 rated it liked it
Hi, welcome to my review! Well, okay welcome to my rant actually. But you’ve been warned.

I liked the premise of this book and the whole sexy power play concept, but not liking any of the characters kind of ruined everything.

Main complaint 1: Ohhhhh my lord Keiko is the most annoying caricature of a nerd I’ve ever read. Has MQ ever met one? I think the character is supposed to be neurodivergent but I wasn’t clear on that. If she is, then that also rubbed me the wrong way because it felt like a s
Mar 13, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2021
It‘s a teacher/teacher Pride and Prejudice retelling I stumbled across 😍 If you can oversee some scenes with dubious consent and that the relationship relies heavenly on physical attraction, this one is really hot!
   hi, my name is zaraa, and one thing to know about me is that i'm a sucker for bestfriend's brother/ brother's bestfriend trope even though it is rarely liked by the general public.   

i think this was the first official book that i read by Meghan Quinn which I actually ended up enjoying and loving. i have to be honest, i have tried reading her books before, but i have always ended up putting them away because of the tacky covers. the covers for her books just don't do it for me, however the
When new English teacher Greer Gibson is hired at Forest Heights High School, head of the English department, Arlo Turner, is far from happy about it. He doesn’t like that this is her first teaching job. He doesn’t like her proposed teaching ideas. And he definitely doesn’t like how drop-dead gorgeous she is. She’s trouble and Arlo immediately hates her.

Greer seems to make fast-friends with everyone except Arlo so when she learns he hates her without even speaking more than 2 words to her, she
Lover of Romance
See Me After Class is a story that I had heard some great things about so I decided to pick it up as I have been wanting to try out more of this author and wow I had no clue that this had an Austenesque retelling and I LOVED every part of that aspect. I just love a well-done "Pride and Prejudice" retelling and Meghan Quinn really knocked this one out of the park. I will say that my only issue with the story and the biggest issue that kept this one from a five-star is the pacing. For some reason, ...more
Pam Nelson
Dec 06, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Arlo and Greer
I loved the banter and the pranks, the back and forth was fun and kept me wanting more. I loved the secondary characters in this book as well not only do they join in on the pranks, but they added the extra element of friends and family that I love so much in my stories.
Greer reminds me of that one crazy teacher you love because they don’t teach like everyone else. And Arlo reminds me of the strict teacher that makes you think. Both are great in their own right.
I did feel like w
Night reader
Well, that was a shit storm.
I’d like to note that the writing was good and the h was pretty great for a 24year old. Other than that, it was all crap.
I am a high school teacher, I was upset and disgusted how the H was taking about his students(morons, puke, ect), the way he behaved to his colleagues, and how, truly there was no traits of him I could like.
What he did to Greer was an absolute professional betrayal and backstabbing and I personally would never forgive anyone who’d do this.
Kelly (AndKellyReads)
This book and I did not start off well together. It ended beautifully, and I did fall in love with both the heroine and the hero eventually, but I honestly could not predict that as the outcome when I started reading this.

Look, I loved Greer. 100% loved and adored Greer to bits. She was smart, she was quirky, she was a fun heroine. And towards the end when she realized that not all the blame in the major miscommunication was on Arlo, and she owned that, I loved it. It's rare that you see both p
Weronika -  Little Steamy Reads
"I want something sweet. Something naughty. Something that rocks my word and changes the colors around me. I want . . . love."

Meghan Quinn never fails to deliver stories that are funny, emotional, and filled to the brim with heat. Meet Me After Class is a completely unputdownable book that can be considered as a small spin of the classic Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, where Mr. Darcy is replaced by Mr. Turns Me On, and the action takes place on the high school grounds. Arlo and Greer’s
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