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- Print Length: 307 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1942874308
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06W9J28CJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,778 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Cad and the Co-Ed (Rugby Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Eilish has been a fan of Bryan since girlhood, and even though her cousin Sean has warned her to stay away from Bryan, she can’t resist him. But it doesn’t end happily, and it leads to those words which I’m not really a fan of, “five years later.”
Fortunately, I didn’t have to wait literally five years for the story to continue, but I felt all the pain of the characters who did. Bryan is a recovering alcoholic, and he’s doing pretty well at it. Eilish is back in Ireland after completing her degree in the States. She’s grown up and wiser now, but after all this time, Bryan is still firmly embedded in her heart. The humorous writing that Penny Reid brings in makes this story fun to read, even with the somewhat somber story content. Another great book for Reid/Cosway fans.
I really want to know how to pronounce Eilish correctly with an Irish accent. In my head, all I can come up with is a cross between delish and eyelash.
Bryan Leech is known for his man whoring ways. He's a rugby player, total stud and he knows it. Eilish is 19 when the story starts and a bit naive to crush on such a playboy. Fast forward 5 years, Bryan is a changed man and there's a secret he doesn't know just yet, but he'll soon find out.
We also get cameos from our beloved characters, Sean being mine, and we fall madly in love with new ones. This is a series that must be read!! Trust me, you'll be binge reading it all while laughing your butt off. L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid are the A Team, their combined writing powers are always hilarious, unique, and truly special. I can't wait to read more books by these two ladies!!!
People's feelings got hurt but not intentionally or maliciously. There was a small bit of angst and drama with a misunderstanding or two but they were swiftly resolved. Well-written and well-paced, this was a gem and I want MORE! Penny is a must reid (see what i did there) author for me and by extension and because of this series, so is L.H. Cosway. I loved this book so hard. Enjoy!
This was a very good story. I liked both Bryan and Eilish and liked their story.
Eilish is a physical therapist that just got a job working for her cousin's rugby team. Eilish grew up mostly in boarding schools and was only close to her cousin, Sean (hero from book #2, [book:The Player and the Pixie|27999771]). When Eilish ended up pregnant at the age of 19, Sean was the only one in her family that stood by her, the rest of her "upper-crust" family saw her as black mark on their reputation and she was disowned.
Bryan is a professional rugby player that's on the same team with Sean and Ronan (heroes from books 1 & 2). Bryan grew up with an alcoholic mother after his father left them when he was very young. He became a rugby player but also picked up drinking at an early age from his mother. He spent years partying and drinking until it nearly killed his career and then he cleaned up and has been clean for about 2 years when the story begins.
Eilish always liked rugby when she was young...probably helped along by her closeness with Sean and his focus on rugby. Her favorite player was Bryan but she'd never met him in person until Ronan and Annie's wedding (6 years before this story begins). When Bryan asks Eilish to dance and starts (nicely) hitting on her, she didn't realize how much he'd already had to drink. Bryan said all the right things and made her feel super special, so special she thought he felt the same and they were starting something together. Unfortunately, when they wake up the next morning, Bryan has a hangover and doesn't remember Eilish at all. He's rather rude to her and she's crushed to realize that he doesn't remember anything so she leaves ASAP. When she finds out she's pregnant later, Bryan had just gotten busted for a DUI and Eilish wasn't willing to risk telling him about their son (who she named Patrick).
5 years after having Patrick, Eilish has graduated from school and (with the help of Sean) gained an assistant physical therapist position for the rugby team. She's nervous about seeing Bryan after all this time but she thinks she can deal with it. Bryan has been sober for 2 years so she's not sure what to expect but is determined to keep her distance as much as possible. Sean is supportive of her but he does keep telling her that Bryan is solid now and deserves to know about Patrick. When Eilish comes to work, Bryan is entranced by her from the beginning. There's something familiar about her that makes him long to be near her but Bryan is also sure that she's too good for a recovering addict like himself so he tries to keep his distance. Of course with the strong attraction (and other things) between them, their attempts to remain distant don't last too long. It takes some time and trouble (and getting past the interference of others) but Eilish and Bryan do work through their issues and come together as a family for a HEA in the end.
This was a very enjoyable story. I liked Eilish as a heroine. I found some faults in her attitude towards Bryan in some ways but considering their past I could see it and she never went OTT. Bryan was a really good hero. He had been a total jerk when he was drinking but once he was sober, I thought he was great. The story was very good and kept me engaged so I'd recommend it. :)