4 OUT OF 5
This book was brilliant, it’s written from the male point of view and shows just how hard Declan falls in love and whats happens when you make a mistake, and what he has to do to fix it. I think this book is brilliant because if you’ve read the first book (Chasing Serenity) you see the scenes from both female and male points of view, which make this book even more interesting.
I loved all the characters in this book, it was brilliant and i look forward to more books in the future by Eden Butler, i definitely recommend this book, although i recommend you read Chasing Serenity(Book One).
Expat Irish rugby player Declan Fraser only wanted to play the sport he loves. He didn’t want to be stuck in this middle-of-nowhere town at this all too quaint university. He didn’t want his team captain to be an entitled jackass who switched Declan’s position on the squad just to make himself look good. And he sure as hell didn’t want to fall in love with graduate student Autumn McShane.
Autumn is stubborn, but gorgeous; she bristles at any hint of dependency on anyone or anything, but she’s also a survivor. She’s everything Declan didn’t know he wanted. When Autumn finds herself in the middle of a challenging bet with her ex-boyfriend – who just happens to be the arrogant team captain that Declan hates – he feels honor bound to help her out. But he didn’t expect to fall for her in the process.
“Behind the Pitch” reveals the most twisted and erotic thoughts in Declan’s head as he navigates through his on again/off again, frustrating and deeply erotic relationship with Autumn McShane.
And lordy, does he have a filthy mind.
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