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The Varlet and the Voyeur (Rugby #4)

He kept his salacious secret for years. But soon, everyone is going to be reading about it in their morning paperTHE VARLET (and the VOYEUR)William Moore is a long way from home. A farm boy from Oklahoma, hes now the most well-respected member of the Irish rugby team. But appearances are often deceptive, and Will isnt the clean-cut, all-American good-guy everyone imagines him to be. Hes got a secret, one that will tarnish his reputation forever.THE VOYEUR (and the VARLET)Josey Kavanagh is a self-proclaimed mess, but shes finally getting her shi uh, act together. Shes set her sights on becoming a veterinarian, but theres one teeny tiny road bump. Her living arrangements are coming to an abrupt end, leaving Josey homeless and in need of a job to pay her way through college.THE PLANWhat he needs is a companion to keep him on the right path.What she needs is an apartment with free rent.Will is convinced Josey will make the perfect companion, since shes brutally honest and basically just o...

Title : The Varlet and the Voyeur (Rugby #4)
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ISBN : 9781942874416
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 344 pages
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The Varlet and the Voyeur (Rugby #4) Reviews

  • Sabrina

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    I honestly have no clue how to write this review so I apologize in advance for how jumbled this is about to sound. The story wasn't a bad one, and I liked the writing, but I think I just didn't understand it. I didn't connect to either of these character one bit so it made it hard for me to connect to and enjoy the story.

    They say first impressions matter, and well Josey did not impress me when we first met her. She's 26, in college, and
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  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞

    3.5-4 ★'s

    “You’re my big Okla-homey.”

    The book starts with us finding out that William has gotten himself into a bit of a pickle. To help him, a few other players and some of the bigwigs come up with the idea of William having a "babysitter" so to speak and since Josey needs a place to stay, she seems to be the perfect fit. If you remember, Josey is best friends with Eilish who is with Bryan from The Cad and the Co-ed). Bryan is one of William's best friends and teammates so think of this as a si
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  • Hollis

    Because my enjoyment of this series has been on an (unfortunate) decline since book one, I wandered into THE VARLET AND THE VOYEUR with a bit of trepidation, even though that summary, and the idea of Will starring in his own book, had me so excited.

    Usually I had a ratio of three okay statements for every awkward one.

    I'll admit that I feel more strongly in favour of the hero than the heroine because Josey is one of those 'blurt out everything, no filter, whacky weird wonderful' kind of chicks an
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  • Christy

    4 stars!



    The dynamic duo of Penny Reid and LH Cosway strikes again with the 4th book in their Rugby series, The Varlet and the Voyeur. I’m not gonna lie, this book got off to a bit of a rocky start for me. I wasn’t 100% sure if I loved the heroine (don’t worry, she grows on you) and the actual topic of the story itself made me nervous. I should have known that Reid and Cosway would deliver. I ended up really enjoying it!

    William Moore is a Rugby player from America. He’s the gentleman of the tea

    “Are you interested in ordinary sex?”

    “No, I'm interested in extraordinary sex. With you.”


    I could feel the chemistry between these two. Will was enamored with Josie. Things that would annoy most people, or embarrass them, Will found charming. Through his eyes, so did I. Will was a great character. He was no pervert, if anything, he was noble and chivalrous. Josey made me cringe at first, but with time, I liked her a lot. She made me laugh and smile more times than I could count.

    I loved that the characters were both unique and the story was original. This is definitely not a topic you read about every day, especially in romance. It’s refreshing. I love love love Reid and Cosway’s writing style. The Varlet and the Voyeur is sweet, sexy, funny, swoon worthy, and smart. Though this book won’t be for everyone, I think that most fans of this story will enjoy and appreciate it! ...more

  • Cyndi

    These two writers are genius together! The characters are so well developed that you feel like you’ve met them somewhere and the plots are full and complete.

    Poor Will is an Oklahoma guy transplanted to Ireland where he tries to explore his kink morally. He’s a really nice guy who wants to get through without hurting anyone emotionally.

    Josey is a nice Irish lass with a huge capacity for love and spurts honesty in large doses. I love her and am not surprised she fits in with this group so well
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  • DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes:

    I wish speaking out loud came with a delete button. How awesome would that be?

    I cried so much after you broke things off that night, that I used all the tissue in the hotel room? All the Kleenex, all the toilet tissue. I used all the towels, and was tempted to use the edge of my sheet… Think of the trees, Will! And now I need more tissue, you selfish, cowardly coward! You’re killing trees!

    My heart shimmered inside my chest. I was sure if they opened me up they’d see it glittering
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  • Lacey (Booklovers For Life)

    Originally posted at Booklovers For Life

    L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid individually are phenomenal writers. Each of their romances are smart, unique, and utterly enjoyable. But when you put these two fantastic authors together, you get something explosive and unputdownable, which is exactly what The Varlet and the Voyeur was. It’s a sports romance, yes, but it was also so much more than that. These two authors are always able to take a romance to the next level, and if you’re looking for a story and
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  • Alex ♈

    3.5 stars

    The blurb, the awkward heroine, voyeur hero – sounds like not quite my reading preference.

    And I shouldn’t have liked it so much *lol*.

    I guess it takes a good writing talent to wrap an unusual trope and to make it to a good story! Well done!

    TBH I didn’t like 1st 20-25%. I couldn’t connect to the characters.

    Despite they clearly explained hero’s voyeurism and it was done well –> he didn’t ‘spy’ on people, he had clear arrangements with married couples. He didn’t participate and, as I

    “In that case, I’m your willing participant. Also, you do realize that’s the first time you haven’t whispered the word sex around me?”

    I placed a hand on my hip, thought on it, then smiled. “Do you know what? I think you’re right. Yippee! Look at me, sex, sex, sex, sexy, sexified sex,” I joked.


    I don’t dare to recommend this book, the tastes are different.

    I guess you need to be in a right mood for it.

    “Your breakfast is getting cold!” Josey bellowed from the other room, breaking me out of my stupor.

    “Come eat something that’s not my cake or my vagina.”




    Another review, which doesn’t make much sense?

    I’m well-known in this area *lol*

    But at least 1 true and clear fact -> I’m not a vegetarian! *lol* ...more