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    Another hit

    Penny Reid has been my go-to author for two years now, whenever I need a fun, smart, engaging read with a guaranteed HEA. I hesitated to read the rugby series she co-wrote with LH Cosway because I feared the collaboration would be a let down. It wasn’t and this fourth book in the series was fantastic. Will’s voyeurism actually made me a little uncomfortable, and I’m not sure why. It points to a personal character flaw that I am not happy with, but can’t fully understand. I loved the evolution of Will and Josey’s relationship, and of course, the HEA. A great book, with great characters and dialogue. I’m sorry this is the last in the series. I hope Reid and Cosway write more together.
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    Hilarious!

    Josey is unique and interesting and the chemistry with will is great. I enjoyed this book immensely and hope others will too! Ps. This is the only book that has used the word scrotums in such a way that I was crying because I was laughing so hard.
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    Another great read

    While I can always count on both authors for a great story, this felt it lacked something. I am also having trouble reconciling this Josey with the one in The Cad & The Co-Ed. How did Josey and Eilish make up? Still, it was nice to see the whole team again, and to learn more about Will. Can we, please, have another book, ladies?
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    Lived up to my expectations

    4.5 stars — Well phew. I’ve only read book 1 in this series, and it just didn’t work for me personally. In fact, I started to listen to the audiobook for a reread to see if my tastes changed, and I only got to chapter 2 before realizing I still wasn’t enjoying myself. But I have the whole series, and I remember when this book first came out, THIS was the one I was most looking forward to (especially after a few excerpts). So I really wanted to love it, but I was scared. Hence the phew — because it was totally a Lenore book. So what makes it a Lenore book? You guessed it! Characters!! Josey was my kind of girl. I absolutely adored her say-everything-that-comes-into-your-head awkward self. I loved what Will called the “sunny, funny Josey” — that ability to try to see the bright side of things, and enjoy yourself even as you’re aware that other people think you’re strange. I will admit to connecting with that particularly, and how being seen as strange still hurt her even as she liked herself. She was the right combination of vulnerable and strong…of odd, yet compassionate. Sure, she could be a bit childish and overdramatic at times, but for some reason I forgave her. And gosh there was so much going on with Will. I wasn’t sure what I was going to think about the voyeur aspect of this story, and it went in all sorts of different directions than what I was expecting. Will really was affected by the things of his past, and he held onto them tightly. I will admit to being kind of concerned for him, and kind of wishing he’d seen someone and talked about it…he definitely felt like he had some anxiety. But I loved how accepting he was of Josey, how fascinated, how he saw all these things that others overlooked. His possessiveness could be a bit overdone, but no one’s perfect. And together? They were all sorts of adorable. I loved the way they teased one another, how they had fun and played almost. I loved the way they appreciated one another for who they each were. And their chemistry was all sorts of smoking hot. I will admit that the lack of communication conflict is never going to be a favourite of mine, and is why I’m rounding down. But at least when they got over that hump it was very satisfying. Lots of fun secondary characters, and I am tempted now to go back and read the other stories. I have a feeling this was always going to be my favourite though. I am super intrigued by Ophelia and Broderick, and am stoked that they are in that Christmas anthology I picked up. And obviously Rocky was all sorts of fabulous. So yay! Success! It always makes me happy when I’ve looked forward to a book and it actually matches up for me!! It wasn’t perfect by any means, but I will be thinking about some scenes for days…I’m looking at you boxes of tampons.
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