Offsides by Kristen Hope Mazzola is a sexy sports romance that scores!
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There’s always love in the air at weddings. Or is it just lust? Yea, it’s probably just lust.
Ari & Logan don’t know each other. Yet. They’re thrown together at the singles table by the sheer misfortune of not having a plus one and quickly discover that champagne and tequila shots are just the excuse they needed to find themselves on the bring of the best – or worst – idea ever.
Logan’s a running back for the North Carolina Hogs and isn’t looking for a relationship.
Ari totally agrees as she doesn’t have time to integrate his busy schedule with her own.
F*ck buddies it is. Simple and easy – no strings.
Sounds perfect, right? Or is it too good to be true?
About the Author:
Bestselling author, Kristen Hope Mazzola, is a Florida native that has found herself loving a North Carolina life. She writes contemporary romance ranging from steamy romantic comedy, sexy erotica, angsty new adult, all the way to sports romance – with dirty bikers, hot military men, and swoon-worthy rockstars in between.
This book started off good, but the end – I didn’t love the end at all.
Logan is a star running back. Ari is a video game programmer and kind of a nerd. At her sister Josie’s wedding, she meets Logan at the sweetheart table and decides to hook up with him. She’s not looking for love. Logan doesn’t think he is either, but sparks fly.
I really liked Logan a lot. He was a great character. He was very smart (Ivy League educated) and well read. He’s also someone who very much helps charity. Ari is the last of her family who is still single and she’s not in a rush to commit.
What I didn’t like about the end was Ari. She flipped out over something really stupid. I wasn’t sure why Logan was still interested in her at all at that point.
This is also a novella, which is fine. I liked Josie and her husband Roger. There wasn’t a whole lot of character development in this book. I’m not a huge fan of insta-love either.
Overall, this one fell flat for me. Had a lot of potential but just didn’t get there.