The Cad and the Co-Ed (Rugby #3)

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Keeping a secret this big is going to take lots of balls. Specifically, rugby balls.

Bryan Leech is a cad.
Or, he *was* a cad.
No one is quite certain.

Once the quintessential playboy, Bryan claims he’s done with wild parties and weekend benders. No more one night stands leading to mornings he can’t remember; no more binges and blackouts; no more exploits plastered all over the tabloids and rag sheets. According to Bryan, he’s cleaning up his act.

The only problem is, no one believes him.

Eilish Cassidy never thought she’d be a mother at nineteen or still in college at twenty-four. Cut off from every member of her family except her favorite cousin, she’s finally managed put her life back together. Stronger and wiser, Eilish enters her last semester of university determined to stand on her own. Now she just needs to find an internship.

The only problem is, her best option—by far—places her directly in the path of her son’s father, and he doesn’t remember her at all.

Bryan is determined to prove he’s changed. Eager to settle down with the right woman, he’s got his sights set on the gorgeous redhead who seems terribly familiar.

Eilish is determined to hide her secret. She’ll do anything to keep her child safe, even if that means ignoring her own wishes and desires.

But what happens when Bryan starts to remember? And what will it take for Bryan to convince the girl he forgot that she’s unforgettable?

Book Info

  • Original Title:The Cad and the Co-Ed (Rugby #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B06W9J28CJ
  • Publisher:Published February 12th 2017


Chapter One


ECassChoosesPikachu: Dear losers who stole my PM card: you may take my EX but you’ll never take my FREEDOM!

SeanCassinova to ECassChoosesPikachu: What does PM stand for? Prime Minister?

ECassChoosesPikachu to SeanCassinova: Pokémon of course

SeanCassinova to ECassChoosesPikachu: How old are you? 10?



I’m a smart girl.

If you'd asked me prior to last night whether I believed in love at first sight, I would’ve replied with an emphatic no.

Maybe even a hell no.

I was not immune to the male form, or drooling over the male form, or even fantasizing about the male form. I’d had celebrity crushes over the years, posters of hot guys hanging on my wall. I may have recorded men’s swimming during the Summer Olympics so I could ogle big-shouldered, thick-thighed specimens of fineness.

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Flor · 07-02-2018

Good story

Krista · 11-17-2018

Very good story.☺ Liked it immensely!

ghost · 11-20-2018

Really interesting

o_0 · 11-21-2018

great story

o_0 · 11-25-2018

great ending