The Rebound by Kendall Ryan EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Authors: Kendall Ryan
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- Genre: Sports Romance
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When Coach Wilder asks you to stick around after practice with his
permanent stink-eye cranked up to full power, you stick around.
Even if there’s a hot girl waiting for you at a high-end bar just
a short drive away. Even if her open-minded best friend is there too, and
you’ve all made arrangements to party back at your place after a couple of
drinks. Ménage à trois pending.
No, you forget all that, shower fast, change, and get your ass to your
coach’s office in all of ten minutes.
With a couple of minutes to spare, I’m towel-drying my hair when my
phone buzzes. My cracked screen shows I have three messages.
thanks for calling ahead and opening your tab babe.
u really are a saint 🙂
cece and i just ordered shots. hurryyyy
Grinning, I take a low-angle photo of my glistening abs and attach it to my
just showering for you babes 😉 be there soon
“Are you seriously sexting right now?”
I look up to find our starting center, Alex Braun, doing what he does best.
Stashing my phone in my pocket, I resist the urge to roll my eyes. “When
demand is high, I gotta supply. Oh shit, that rhymes. Think I should get it
tattooed on my ass? You’re the expert of ass tattoos, aren’t you?”
Alex scowls at me, but a grin widens across his face before he can help it.
The poor bastard lost a bet with me last year and now has a heart-eyed
emoji on his left ass cheek. I’d say he definitely got the better end of the deal,
seeing how he’ll be marrying the woman that I bet he’d fall for. He gets the
gorgeous Aspen on his arm for the rest of his life, and I get to make fun of
him for the rest of mine. It’s a win-win situation.
“Such a player,” is all he can manage to say back, shoving my shoulder
not hard enough to hurt, but hard enough to make me lose my balance.
Why do people call me a player? So what if I want to enjoy my life and
have fun . . . how is that playing games? Sex positivity is a thing, and I enjoy
the hell of it.
I pull a Boston Titans T-shirt on over my head before heading out of the
locker room and down the hall toward Coach Wilder’s office. My back’s
been bugging me lately, and I’m sure he’s noticed it affecting my posture on
the ice. I’m not sure how I pulled it, but it could have something to do with
my most recent blackout adventure at the club . . . which, I’ll admit, wasn’t
my finest moment.
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