(Dublin Rugby #2)

Named a "Best of 2017" by Bookalicious Babes Blog


She flies by the seat of her pants …
Aoife O'Shaughnessy is your typical university student, except for one thing: she's still a virgin, and tired of it. When Aoife makes a plan to cash in her v-card, it doesn't involve love or romance-just one hot night with a guy who won't want to cuddle in the morning. Her childhood friend Eoin, however, has a different plan for how to handle Aoife's predicament-and it's complete and utter lunacy. Still, Aoife's never been one to shy away from a bit of madness, but she never thought she'd take Eoin down with her. No bad idea has ever felt so good; if only she could have predicted just how far they’d fall.
And he's a no-nonsense kind of guy …
Eoin McGrath has laser-like focus on the pitch and no time for distractions. But when he hears Aoife's plan to lose her virginity to a man he knows is dangerous, Eoin finds himself volunteering for the job instead. He's never looked at his team captain's baby sister that way before, but now he can't stop wondering what it would be like to kiss the pink-haired sprite he's known his whole life. It's crazy to even consider hooking up with the strictly off-limits Aoife, but Eoin just might need a little madness in his life.

When these opposites attract, oh baby! It's game on.

Praise for Ruck Me

This is a truly unique story and you will remember it for days after.  It is utterly compelling, heartbreaking, raw and is written with a harsh and often brutal realism, that not only leaves the reader reeling, anxious and swooning all in the same sentence, but that also thrives off of the deep connection between our main protagonists.
— Emerald Book Reviews
I loved Declan in [Trying Sophie], but Eoin has dominated my heart and soul. This book is one of those stories that make your heart happy and gets your emotions going. It gives all the feels
— Bookalicious Babes Blog
This book was real and unique. Filled with passion this story was fast paced and captivating. An emotional roller coaster I didn’t want to get off.
— Scandalous Book Blog