Saturday Series Spotlight & Giveaway: Erin McLellan’s Farm College

Here are the eBooks in this week’s Saturday Series Spotlight contest:

Title: Controlled Burn by Erin McLellan
Farm College Series Book One
Publisher: Erin McLellan
Genre: Contemporary, Gay, New Adult, Romance
Length: 270 pages


At eighteen, Joel Smith’s life fell to pieces. His boyfriend died in a car crash while reading a sext from him, the local newspaper outed them both in the aftermath, and his parents got a divorce. Joel did everything possible to outrun his past: he moved to Oklahoma for college, legally changed his name, and started over.

Since then, he hasn’t let anyone get close—not his classmates, not his roommate, and definitely not his hookups. The strategy has served him well for over three years. Why would he change it now?

But Joel doesn’t plan on the articles about his boyfriend’s death being used as a case study in one of his classes. And he doesn’t plan on Paulie McPherson, who is sweet and giving and fun. In Paulie, he finds a home for the first time in years.

But love isn’t simple, and lies have a tendency to get in the way. Joel must figure out if he’ll allow his grief to rule him, or if his connection with Paulie is worth letting all of his walls come tumbling down.

NOTE: This is a reprint of a previously published novel.

Title: Clean Break by Erin McLellan
Farm College Series Book Two
Publisher: Erin McLellan
Genre: Contemporary, Gay, New Adult, Romance
Length: 309 pages


Connor’s To-Do List:
– Learn to accept my future on the family farm
– Be social, to a degree
– Make a secret bucket list
– Have a real conversation with Travis Bradford

Travis’s To-Do List:
– Get into my top law school
– Get the hell out of Elkville, Oklahoma
– Stay focused on my dreams and goals—no crushes, no distractions
– Get spanked by hot and perfectly fussy farm boy, Connor Blume

Travis and Connor do not like each other, but after being paired together in Entomology 101, their mutual hostility explodes into secret after-class hookups and unexpected feelings. With graduation looming near and their careers taking them in different directions, they’ll have to decide if a future together is worth adjusting their to-do lists and letting go of their carefully laid plans.


I am giving away one eBook from the Farm College series-WINNER’S CHOICE. Here’s how to enter the Saturday Series Spotlight contest:

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3 Responses to Saturday Series Spotlight & Giveaway: Erin McLellan’s Farm College

  1. Maya

    Yay! Love being introduced to a new-to-me author! These 2 books sound great!

  2. H.B.

    Thank you for the spotlight! I haven’t read anything by this author before and these sounds interesting.

  3. Purple Reader

    I’ve seen both out there and intrigued, especially by the diversity in the second.