New Release + Review: Spring Semester by Q.B. Tyler

SPRING SEMESTER (A Campus Tales Story #3) by Q.B. Tyler

Release Date: June 12, 2019

Cover Design: Net Hook & Line Designs




I was nine years old when I met Everett Cartwright and claimed him as my best friend.

I was sixteen years old when I gave him my virginity.

Now, at twenty, the lines of our friendship have blurred as our relationship shifts into something different.

Something deeper.

It wasn’t supposed to happen like this.

I wasn’t supposed to fall for my best friend.

He wasn’t supposed to fall for me.

And when we finally confessed our feelings, he wasn’t supposed to have a girlfriend.

But falling in love with my best friend was easy.

It was what came after that almost destroyed us.


*Spring Semester can be read as a standalone and the third in the Campus Tales series

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Four 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Ari

I love a good forbidden romance and student/teacher romances are kind of my jam. Friends to lovers? I drool for a good book featuring those tropes. So when I saw Q.B. Tyler had a book with ALL these tropes releasing I basically begged her to send me an ARC. I’m so glad I did.

Everett and Leighton were on fire. These two had so much freaking sizzle and sparks happening they almost short circuited my Kindle. Everett is all things I look for in a book boyfriend: intense, commanding, and hot! Leighton is a peach and a sassy one at that! I liked them separately and loved them together. Their chemistry couldn’t be denied and oozed off the pages and their connection was so strong. I loved their love. Their path from friendship to love and navigating the college experience was a rough one. Q.B. Tyler kept making me gasp courtesy of the curve balls she kept throwing, but man did it ever keep me flipping those pages. My one gripe was the constant back and forth between the two MCs. At times I wanted to shake both Everett and Leighton and tell them to get their stuff together. But I’m a sucker for angst so am I really complaining? No. No, I’m not.

Great writing, captivating story, and completely likable characters are some of the things that make Spring Semester such a fun summer read. Get it! 4 stars.









Write. Wine. Work. Repeat. A look inside the mind of a not so ex-party girl’s escape from her crazy life. Hailing from the Nation’s Capital, Q.B. Tyler, spends her days constructing her “happily ever afters” with a twist, featuring sassy heroines and the heroes that worship them. But most importantly the love story that develops despite inconvenient circumstances.


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