Will Collidge is a recurring character in The Heiresses (Book).
Corinne describes him as having a broad frame, chiseled face, slender nose and deep-set eyes. He has dark, wavy hair, some stubble on his face, and the kind of smile that seemed slightly teasing, like he knew something you didn’t. His face was less tanned, his hair longer and his body a little more toned than he was five years ago.
Although Will first met and made out with a drunk Corinne at a beach five years ago, he was watching her as she and Poppy drank and talked with guys at a bar. When she left the bar, Will had followed her to the beach, where they met and hooked up for the first time.
Will had found Corinne again when she was shopping in town. He’d peered at her from across the street, and then walked over and slipped a note into her hand. “The boatyard at Carson and Main. Midnight,” it read.
Corinne and Will later met that night. He lead her to a small fishing boat halfway down the slip. Corinne hadn’t asked whose boat it was; she hadn’t even thought about it. He touched Corinne’s key chain to the Meriweather Yacht Club and asked her if she had a boat.
She did - the massive family yacht that they later went. There, will had asked about the real Corinne. She confessed to him about how she felt she can never had the chance to become herself because she needed to play the part of the dutiful good daughter. After Corinne told him her secrets, he took her into his arms, and they later have sex, unknowingly impregnating her.