Making Headlines: A Taking Flight Novel

Making Headlines: A Taking Flight Novel

ErinBrown / Feb 24, 2020

Making Headlines A Taking Flight Novel When a one night stand turns into an online photo scandal Sophie Tucker and Luke McGraw become campus celebrities overnight for all the wrong reasons Sophie Tucker can t wait to start her freshman ye

  • Title: Making Headlines: A Taking Flight Novel
  • Author: ErinBrown
  • ISBN: 9781311969125
  • Page: 170
  • Format: ebook
  • When a one night stand turns into an online photo scandal, Sophie Tucker and Luke McGraw become campus celebrities overnight for all the wrong reasons.Sophie Tucker can t wait to start her freshman year of college she has a full scholarship to her dream school and her sights set on landing a coveted staff writer position on the college newspaper But when a scandalous photWhen a one night stand turns into an online photo scandal, Sophie Tucker and Luke McGraw become campus celebrities overnight for all the wrong reasons.Sophie Tucker can t wait to start her freshman year of college she has a full scholarship to her dream school and her sights set on landing a coveted staff writer position on the college newspaper But when a scandalous photo from a one night stand she barely remembers is posted on The Score List, a new tabloid style gossip site the campus is buzzing about, Sophie realizes her freshman year isn t going to be what she imagined As photos are posted, Sophie decides to use her journalistic prowess to take down the anonymous person behind the site.Luke McGraw is that guy the vice president of his fraternity, the online editor of the school newspaper, and the one every girl wants to date When a photo of Sophie, the girl he hooked up with the night before classes started and can t get out of his head, shows up on The Score List, he knows that he has to find out who is behind the site both to avenge Sophie, and to save the reputation of his fraternity When Sophie and Luke realize they re both investigating, they decide to team up But focusing on the investigation instead of each other proves difficult, especially when neither of them are sure the other can be trusted In a story full of the scandal, mystery, intrigue, friendship, and cheeky, sexy romance, Making Headlines channels Veronica Mars and Greek, in the companion novel to Taking Flight.

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        Erin Brown is a writer, Whedonite, Whovian, yogi, HGTV addict, and connoisseur of The CW s TV line up She was born and raised in Arkansas, lived in New York for five years, and now lives in Singapore with her fianc She really misses Tex Mex, Target, and Trader Joe s You can follow her on Twitter erinbrownwrites.


    1. Making Headlines was a fun, zippy romantic mystery set in the setting of college life. Sophie Tucker has just started out her freshman year and had everything planned on how it was all going to go. Her year starts out with a bang, she happens to have inaugurated the infamous Score List, web addition. The Score List has always been an urban legend, some say its literary at the Delta Tau's fraternity basement. But Luke McGraw and his brothers have long denied its existence. In fact, Luke happens t [...]

    2. Making Headlines has a few similarities with Deeper by Robin York in respect of the fallout experienced by women specifically when their sexual activity is made public knowledge.Following a random hook-up the night before freshman year officially starts, Sophie finds herself the recipient of online shaming. The dual narrative provides the deeper understanding of the level of inequality still experienced in today’s society where intimate matters are concerned, essentially misogynistic in their [...]

    3. 4.5 stars for this contemporary New Adult romance.I'm just gonna say this, being a college freshman is hard. But Sophie Tucker makes it really hard. There were a few times her antics made me shake my head, and her fictional travails are no blueprint for How To on campus life, more the opposite.The first day of classes Sophie wakes up hungover in a strange man's bed. She doesn't know his name, but he remembers all of the night prior, and he's actually decent enough to accompany her on the Walk of [...]

    4. A little more 3.5/3.75ish, but I'm rounding up because I really enjoyed it overall! In her pitch, Erin mentioned that Making Headlines channels Veronica Mars and Greek, two TV shows I love. Having now read the book, I think it's a very appropriate comparison! The investigation aspect reminded me Veronica Mars while she was at college - I could totally see her trying to take down a website that tried to shame girls for "scandalous" behavior. The tone is different from the show, but I could still [...]

    5. 4-1/2 stars.This review can also be seen at Pretty Sassy Cool.I honestly didn't think that I was going to love Making Headlines nearly as much as I did. Not even kidding--I totally loved pretty much everything about this story: the characters, the chemistry, the story line, the steam, the realisticness, and especially Luke McGraw.The story begins on Sophie Tucker's first day of freshman year when she wakes up in bed in a frat house with a hot stranger. She barely remembers the night before and i [...]

    6. Making Headlines by Erin Brown took me by complete surprise. I was expecting an angsty new adult romance that was predictable. This book was everything I was not expecting. The characters were larger than life, smart, and entertaining. The plot was unique. The story flow was fast paced with the right amount of romantic scenes and the right amount of action scenes. The action scenes are more of the intellectual type of scenes that fully engage the reader.Sophie Tucker’s first college party turn [...]

    7. I’m so incredibly excited to share Making Headlines with you! I absolutely loved writing Sophie and Luke. When I introduced Sophie in the first draft of Taking Flight, I knew that she had more to say and that she needed her own, stand-alone story. So when I finished TF, I immediately began drafting Sophie’s story because I was so excited to spend some more time with this strong, independent, smart, funny lady. And then of course, she needed a love interest who was worthy of her. Luke went th [...]

    8. The story was really well written. There was a little bit of mystery and the author was able to write it in a way that it wasn’t completely guessable by the end of the first chapter. I also liked the dual POV. Dual POV is always one of my favorite ways to read a story and this one was done well. I didn’t really see the romance in the book though. They pretty much slept together a bunch of times, investigated the website, and maybe ate dinner together a few times. I get that spending all of t [...]

    9. Review originally posted at Ramblings From This ChickMaking Headlines by Erin Brown first drew my attention with the blurb comparing the novel to Veronica Mars and Greek. I knew I had to read this book because those are two of my all time favorite shows!I was also intrigued by this one because it sounded similar to Deeper by Robin York. While I thought that this book had some really good moments, it unfortunately did not live up to my expectations. I had been expecting so much with what it was c [...]

    10. Making Headlines is the second novel in Erin Brown’s Taking flight Series and I couldn’t have been more thrilled to receive a copy for review. From the first page, I was hooked. College freshman, Sophie Tucker, begins her first night out on campus getting cozy with handsome, Luke McGraw at a frat party. Little does she know her drunken discretion, however F”ab”ulous he looked in the morning, would be plastered on a trashy website, The Score List. Publicly exposed for the entire student b [...]

    11. Review originally posted at fictitiousdelicious on 11/07/14:Erin Brown has found her groove, y'all! Her second novel, a companion to TAKING FLIGHT is here and let me tell ya. It's delicious.Brown's writing has leveled up and I've learned that she's a storyteller you can trust. Some very serious business goes down in this book, namely private time photos on the internet. Not only is this a serious issue, it has the potential to go south quite quickly with the slut shaming and victim blaming that [...]

    12. 4 stars!Why did I want to read this book?I was intrigued by the set-up of the story where the characters have to struggle with unwanted attention such as getting the headline of a somewhat not so reputable topic like what happens to Sophie and Luke. And I was looking forward to them working together in order to find the culprits involved in displaying their photos all over the internet. What worked for me?This book really surprised me several times throughout the story, in a very good way. I tho [...]

    13. This story is adorable, funny, and exciting! Sophie and Luke are quite the pair when you get them together…in more ways than one.The first night of college ended with a night Sophie Tucker hoped she would forget the next morning. Instead it turned into the one night she and the entire campus would never forget. The situation is awful but when you get to team up with a sexy stud like Luke McGraw…things could be worse.Right away I loved Luke. Even after a one night stand he wanted to take her [...]

    14. I try to read books a few weeks in advance before reviews, but things have been super crazy lately around my house. Because of this I didn't get a chance to start this until a few day ago, and holy crap did this book hook me. I had a very hard time putting down this book. I just had to keep reading a little bit more because I had to know what was going to happen. I liked Sophie's character from the start. She wakes up in bed with a stranger and then her one night stand is suddenly the topic of c [...]

    15. I am a real fan of NA. I love going back and experiencing life of the college student. For me sometimes it is a breath of fresh air to read about characters who truly have life in the palm of their hands, so when I saw Making Headlines, I jumped at the chance to read it. Although it says that it is a standalone, I do recommend you read book one prior because I wish I had had some more of Sophie's background and the relationship she had with the characters from Taking Flight.Making Headlines is t [...]

    16. 3 starsMaking Headlines should be a good guideline for all college students. Sophie Tucker has a one night stand the night before her freshman years at college starts. Because of this one night, her whole entire world is rocked. Her college life is rocked, even before it begins! College girls be warned. Time have changed thanks to social media and technology. Sophie has a one night stand with Luke McGraw . His fraternity is associated it the infamous Score List. The Score List, keeps track of wh [...]

    17. Review also posted in Raves and ReadsMany of the NA books that I came across to always has the same idea of the girl pining after the guy after late nightuhmdiscussions. But make Sophie different. After said discussion, no more was to be said even with a guy as handsome and hot as Luke. But, things would never be the same and Sophie would always be reminded of what happened between them as the whole university learns of it. Talk about paparazzi to the extreme, right? And that is what brings Luke [...]

    18. I found Making Headlines to be an enjoyable read, if a bit longer than really needed to tell the story. The premise is something that will hit home for those readers who are college students, and I think those in that age group will easily identify with the characters in the story.I really liked Sophie's group of friends, they are loyal and exactly the kind of girls you want on your side. Sophie herself is a very strong female lead, pressing on even in the face of the scandalous situation she fi [...]

    19. This was an enjoyable book to read. It is written in alternating POVs,we have Sophie’s and Luke’s. Though the first couple chapters it was more Sophie and it felt like Luke’s was kind of an afterthought. But that changed pretty quickly.You can find my full review here:myreadsoklikes/post/995

    20. ♦♦♦♦ I received an arc in exchange for an honest review ♦♦♦♦♥♥♥♥ A truly romantic story set in college and a typical young romance. It was a good read in which there were 2 POV and I don't really mind that.The plot was good and characters likable, so essentially a good read ♥♥♥♥

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