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Co-Ed (A Bro Code Standalone Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 243 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 4 in A Bro Code Standalone
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- File size : 3577 KB
- ASIN : B07CLD4834
- Print length : 243 pages
- Publication date : April 22, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Rachel Van Dyken; 1st edition (April 22, 2018)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #145,148 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I don't think I've read a book by Rachel Van Dyken that I haven't enjoyed, and Co-Ed was one that I couldn't put down. This book was definitely a bit different than some of her other books, but it still had the laughs, the angst, and everything else I have come to love from her writing.
Shawn has just transferred schools and due to the fact that she has a unique name for a girl, she is paired up in a guys dorm and is setup with some interesting roommates. Her relationship with her suite-mates is at first hostile, and the only one she gets alone with at first is Slater, her roommate, and he warns her away from Knox, Finn and Leo, but she just can't seem to get away or stay away from the other three, especially Knox who she's drawn too.
Knox, Finn, and Leo are the new faces of Wingmen, Inc. and may just be even more hilarious then the original guys (sorry Lex and Ian), but they have a past with Slater, and throughout the book we are left to guess what broke these guys apart. Knox just wants to graduate, and try to forget what happened three years ago, but he can't get Shawn out of his mind, and the guys know this and push these two together.
I loved the back and forth between these two, how the guys would make Knox jealous of them, and how Shawn really grew into her own in this book as well as Knox. I truly enjoyed how this story played out, and all of the back-stories, as well as the friendships that this group of characters had. Shawn's character is amazing and I absolutely loved her, and how this book ended? AMAZING. I really hope we get Leo, Finn and Slater's story in the future because I can only imagine they will be HILARIOUS and maybe we'll get to see more of Shawn and Knox in there as well.
If you're looking for a unique new adult romance then I highly suggest picking up Co-Ed by Rachel Van Dyken today. This book will definitely NOT disappoint!
Shawn is a softball player in the men’s dorm. The joys of having an ambiguous name! And, not only is she in a men’s firm, she’s suite mates with the hottest group of men in school who’s job is to ‘pleasure’ men, women, whomever pays. They’re hot, but Knox is the biggest and while she’s been warned to stay away, she just can’t!
Knox is not interested in a relationship. His last one ended horribly and he’s still dealing with the repercussions from it. But that’s something about Shawn that’s calling out to him. And he’s bit sure he can or wants to stay away.
I liked Shawn and Knox together. They complimented each other in a genuine way. I also appreciated how they addressed the fact that Shawn was bi-racial by not having Knox fetishizing over her but still complimenting her on her overall good looks.
I also liked the test of the group and look forward to reading their books.
Knox is part of “The Pleasure Ponies” (okay it’s really Wingmen Inc but this sounds better lol) a group of guys that bring pleasure to people (more so women) without any sex going on. Shawn moves across the dorm from them when the university mistakenly thinks she’s a guy because of her name. So she hears their moaning and is curious. She starts to get to know the guys and is even more attached to Knox. But her male roommate doesn’t want her to pursue any of this.
It was such a great read. It even had some dark topics and I felt like there was justice that was served when it was discovered. I love the chemistry between Knox and Shawn. I can’t wait to read more from the series.
Top reviews from other countries
After a mix up at her college, Shawn ends up sharing a college suite with four men. Three of whom work for an agency called Wingmen Inc.
The sole purpose of the company is to give pleasure without penetration. If your boyfriend has just dumped you, then they can make you feel group with a massage, a box of chocolates and life affirming words. And when you are ready to get back into the world, well there's a handy little app that set you up with dates.
When Leo, Finn and Knox they immediately first catch sight of the beautiful softball player, they see her as a challenge. And she can't stop herself from playing their game.
This is a well written story with plenty of strong characters. There is a nice lil twist in the plot to keep you on your toes and a HEA. Until next time, enjoy peeps 😉
The reason it has come down 2 stars is because I feel like I was sold a lie. This book came up as RH in my search and it wasn’t AT ALL, which frustrates the crap out of me. I understand RH is a big seller at the moment but making out like a book is RH when it’s not unsettles me.
Definitely worth a read. NOT Rh!!
I can't help wondering if Leo, Slater and Finn will end up with their own books. I'd love to see them fall for a special someone.