Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Author Edition with Megan Erickson


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

I thought it would be a fun way to promote authors if I had them do the Top Ten Tuesday meme every now and then. 

Today, I welcome my first guest, Megan Erickson, who is one of my favorite authors. She writes fantastic m/m fiction if you're interested! 

Top Ten Books in a School Setting by Megan Erickson

It’s back to school time for most people in the US, whether it’s as a teacher, a parent, or a student. I’m a parent so I’m pretty much shoving my kids out the door with a joyful wave.

So for today’s Top Ten, I thought I’d do the Top Ten Books in a School Setting. I’m going to do a mix of New Adult and Adult so here we go!

If Only by AJ Pine: I adore this book. Jordan heads to Scotland for her senior year of college and meets a fellow student who kisses well and reads classics.

Upside Down by Lia Riley: Talia spends six months as an exchange student in Australia, where she finds herself and a broody Aussie surfer.

Last Will and Testament by Dahlia Adler: After the tragic death of her parents, Lizzie needs to clean up her act if she’s going to take care of her younger brothers. Her help? A professor. Sparks fly in this student/teacher romance.

London Bound by Nana Malone: Abbie strikes out on her own taking photography courses in London. There, she meets Lex, but they are both keeping secrets. Also, bonus points for a gorgeous cover.

Social Skills by Sara Alva: Such a gorgeous story about a painfully a shy college freshman who loves music, until he meets an outgoing hunk on campus. A special book I’ve read more than once.

Better Off Red by Rebekah Weatherspoon: Uh, vampire sorority sisters. Do I really need to say more? Okay, it’s also f/f!

In the Middle of Somewhere by Roan Parrish: Students aren’t the only ones finding love in schools. A college professor meets a local handyman in this gay romance.

Sutphin Boulevard by Santino Hassell: Friends to lovers gay romance between two teachers in a book with sexual tension so thick it’s hard to breathe sometimes.

To One Hundred by Melissa Blue: Another professor/student romance with fandom talk and other delicious geekery, as well as a touching romance about overcoming odds.

Hey, it’s my post, so for number ten, check out Make it Count by me, where a popular girl who is used to relying on her looks falls for a geek who sees more in her… too bad her boyfriend is his best friend.

About The AuthorMegan Erickson is a USA Today bestselling author of romance that sizzles. Her books have a touch of nerd, a dash of humor, and always have a happily ever after. A former journalist, she switched to fiction when she decided she likes writing her own endings better.
She lives in Pennsylvania with her very own nerdy husband and two kids. Although rather fun-sized, she’s been told she has a full-sized personality. When Megan isn’t writing, she’s either lounging with her two cats named after John Hughes characters or… thinking about writing.

6 comments:

Marie @ Drizzle and hurricane Books said...

Oh this is such a cool way to do the TTT, asking an author to do it. I love it! And thanks for all the great recommendations! :)

Alicia AKernelofNonsense said...

I haven't read any of these, but vampire sorority sisters does sound pretty interesting. Are they vampires before the join or is that how they are initiated?

Karen Blue said...

I haven't read any of these, but I do love a super happy ending once in a while. Great list!

Lisa Mandina said...

I haven't read any of those, and some I've never heard of. But this is a cool idea to get authors to do a top ten! I'll be off to check out some of these books on Goodreads to possibly add to my TBR list. Great post!

Heather Duff said...

I sent my kids to school with immense glee this week and as punishment Karma made my car break down! Great list!

Lola R said...

I don't know any of the books on this list, but I do enjoy books set at a school or boarding school now and then. It can make for a fun setting.