This is the fourth book in the Rugby series by Penny Reid and L.H. Cosway and it’s Will’s story.

I have loved Will’s character since the first book and couldn’t wait for his story but was a little let down in parts of the book with Josey’s part. I know that she was a player in “The Cad and the Co-Ed” but when that left off, I didn’t think she’d play such a big part series. I understand why her character was a good choice for this but due to all the issues she caused earlier, I’m not her biggest fan.

For this stroy, we find Will in a bit of trouble with the media and how people view other’s sexual preferences. What Will is into isn’t as main stream as other options, but nothing to be ashamed of. Why Will is concerned how this effects everyone around him, he’s not sure how to stop. With Bryan’s help, Josey being homeless and needing a job, as well as Will needing help; the plan of hiring Josey to help home him accountable and help keep him away from his temptations is a good thing.

As Will and Josey form a friendship and then move on into a more friends with benefits arrangement, both are having more feels than they should for the arrangement. We have some funny parts, some tense parts and some very steamy times between the sheets.

In the end, with the help of the main players of the series, Will gets redemption and a happy ending with Josey, we catch up with the other characters and the “baby shower” towards the end of the book is a great section – laughed really hard at that.

Thanks for another great book and if you’ve read the series, I highly recommend it … if you haven’t read the series, I suggest picking it up 🙂

Myn