Offside by Eden Butler ~ Review

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Series: Saints and Sinners #3
on October 15, 2019
Genres: Romance, Sport, Suspense
Pages: 354
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Gia Jilani had rules.

They kept her safe and her head in the game.

As the NFL's first female general manager, there were risks to be weighed and taken.

Like Kai Pukui, the linebacker helping her team dominate on the field.

The same quiet, beautiful man who stares too long at her and reminds her of how decadent, and risky living life can be.

But when Gia discovers why Kai seems so familiar and why she feels so drawn to him, things like risks and love become secondary to loss and pain.

Gia will have to decide what's more important - a life worth risking or a love worth losing.

SAINTS AND SINNERS READING ORDERLast Love of Luka HaleRoughing the KickerOffsides (October 2019)

“Nine years and a professional line separated them.”


I have not read the rest of this series so maybe my perception is off because I didn’t see any of the build up. I just never really felt the connection between them and I think that took away my enjoyment here.

This is about an NFL manager who is a female, and one of her players who is a linebacker. The premise was there, and it peaked my interest. I just never got invested though.

I know others will probably like this so I am going to chalk it up to a case of “It’s me not you.”



“Kai never got friendly vibes from Gia. He never got anything but heat and passion and chemistry so thick it felt nuclear.”


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