Co-Ed - Rachel Van Dyken


By Rachel Van Dyken

  • Release Date: 2018-04-24
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 439 Ratings


Complete stand alone from #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Rachel Van Dyken
Four guys.

Constant moaning.

And a revolving door across the college suite I somehow ended up in because my first name is Shawn.

They don't discriminate. Girls. Guys. Grandmas. Plants (okay maybe not plants) all walks of life stroll in stressed to the brim, and leave so satisfied I'm wondering what sort of talents lie behind that door.

My roommate calls them the pleasure ponies.

But the rest of the college campus?

They just call them the new face of Wingmen Inc. A paid for relationship service that makes big promises.

Breakup? They'll glue you back together again.

Depressed? They have the magic pill.

Lonely? Just spend a few minutes while they rub you down and you'll forget all about it.

And broken hearts? Well, that's their specialty. They'll fix you.

For a price…

I swore I wouldn't get involved.

But apparently they like a challenge, and a girl who doesn't put up with their BS is basically like waving a red flag in front of a bull.

They. All. Charged.

But one holds my attention above the rest.

Knox Tate looks like a Viking — and getting pillaged is starting to look more appealing by the day. Though he's hiding something — all of them are. And the closer I get. The more I realize that some things are left better in the past.

You've read reverse harem books before — but you've never read one like this. It's not what you think, or is it? Dive in and find out…

Knox, Leo, Finn, and Slater are waiting, and they aren't patient men.


  • Sweet quick read!

    By Brandisa S
    Love the exchange between the male characters. Really great twist that had my jaw drop. Will add to my favs list.
  • Fun to read

    By Anjunsun
    It was funny and reminded me so much of college days. It was an easy read.
  • So freaking Good!

    By LovingBooks4Ever
    I loved Co-Ed!! Rachel is a fantastic writer. I can’t ever put her books down. 3 of her books I read in 1 day each ❤️ you won’t regret it!!!
  • Good Read!

    By kenzee rose
    It’s a good read, BUT the climax of the story is a bit unrealistic in my opinion. The characters are great and balance out each other, although I think that the relationship between the main character (Shawn) and Knox was rushed in a way. Besides that, it’s good to read if you have nothing better to do!
  • Great Read

    By Tayy rozayy
    I loved it. As a mixed girl, this is the first romance novel I have read where I could completely relate to the main character. Thank you x a million.
  • Fab Read

    By Doingthisforcoinsssssdzzzzz
    When Shawn transfers universities, she assigned to a male roommate in a men’s dorm by accident. She also ends up as a suite mate with the “pleasure ponies” as her roommate calls the new incarnation of Wingmen Inc. The “ponies” are a quite something and they decide to befriend her. She starts to really love these guys but Knox in particular starts to mean so much more. But there are some secrets that have yet to be revealed and that could cost Knox and Shawn their budding romance and maybe more. This was a terrific addition to the series!
  • Co-Ed

    By BellaBean
    2 stars at most
  • Review: Co-Ed

    By LisaHines711
    Co-Ed by Rachel Van Dyken is a spin-off standalone romance set in the world of The Wingmen and is sexy, steamy, and heartwarming. Told in dual POV between Knox, one of the new generation of Wingmen, and Shawn, the poor unfortunate female soul with a boys name which lands her in the boys suite of her co-ed dorm. As a new transfer Shawn takes what she can get as far as room assignments but when her rest is interrupted thanks to the questionable activities of her suite-mates she wants to throw in the towel. When she actually lays eyes on the "Pleasure Ponies" that are across the way she is immediately drawn to the tall viking God of the bunch, Knox. Knox has been closed down for the past three years. Yes, he's been putting in his time as an Intern with Wingmen Inc., but his soul has not been in it. Not since the incident. The new girl in their dorm has him all twisted up and he has no idea how to handle himself around her. Sexy, steamy, with just enough angst to keep this a page-turner the relationship between Shawn and Knox (and Finn and Leo and Slater) is scorching. Loved it! Enjoy!
  • Loved it!

    By MegM927
    5 Stars Co-Ed by Rachel Van Dyken is a spin-off of the Wingmen Inc. series and can be read as a stand-alone. Four hot guys and one girl? SIGN ME UP! It was so so good and I really should not expect anything less than AMAZING from a Van Dyken novel! Each book of hers continues to get better and better and Co-Ed is no different. Ms. Van Dyken touches on an epidemic that is a very real problem in today's society but does it in a way that is moving. Shawn finds herself living in a dorm with a bunch of guys being that the college thought she was one herself. It wouldn’t be so bad except for the guys across the hall and their moaning clientele. When her roommate warns her against them little did she know how much her life was about to change… The Pleasure Ponies sure know how to show a girl or a grandma or two- how to have a good time. Every woman wants them. Their clients leave satisfied and always come back for more. Well when Shawn comes barreling into their lives they have no idea how one girl is going to change everything… Oh my gosh!!! I was not expecting to love this story as much as I did. Yes it was funny but it had so much depth and emotions. The banter between all of the characters was hilarious and had me smiling from ear to ear. It was also heartwarming and beautiful. Co-Ed flowed well and I am seriously hoping there will be more books in this series. I highly recommend reading this story!
  • It’s unique, funny, sexy, and smart!

    By Sandra Two Book Pushers
    Co-Ed is a standalone novel. It is also a Wingman, Inc. spinoff!! I was so excited when I found out since I loved the original series. Ian and Lex. Blake and Gaby. The movie. It’s unique, funny, sexy, and smart. This is another side of the business. One that needs more than one wingman at a time... Shawn was warned to stay away. She was warned not to challenge them. It just would make them want her more. She should have listened but she couldn’t ignore the way they made her feel. They each had their own way of making her feel special. Protected. Adored. But it was the grumpy one that drove her crazy. She felt his gaze. She felt his heat. She felt the protectiveness. She also felt his coldness. With the others she didn’t. What happened to him that made him so hot and cold? Was it something she did? Was she just a game to him? A challenge to win? She didn’t transfer her junior year of college to be played with. Leo was the sensitive one. Finn was the sexy one. Knox was the hot one. They were the ultimate team to give pleasure to anyone who needed it. They each had their talents. They also have their secrets. Will their past make Shawn question the trust they have built? The friendships they have made? Rachel said it best. This book is not what you think, or is it? Four men care about one woman. They want her to relax. They want her to be careful. They want her to be happy. They want her to feel good. And if anyone can do it, it’s them. They were recruited and trained by the best. But can they just be friends with Shawn, the feisty suite-mate who challenges them to their core? Overall...I love this book!!! We don’t only get one sexy, protective, sweet, and witty man but we get four! Each of them have a different kind of banter with Shawn. I love that! I fell for them all. I can’t wait to see who is up next to fall. P.S. I ❤️ Horny! Quotes: “He, he, he—” “Oh hell, you’re already stuttering, and he probably just said, ‘Hi.’ Am I right?” “Seriously come,” he pleaded. “Bet you say that to all the girls,” I mumbled. “But why?” “Because you shouldn’t have to walk when you have three chivalrous gentlemen willing to give you a ride.” He winked. “I bet you’ve been waiting all day to use that double entendre.” “Two days.”