Face Offs & Cheap Shots Review
By Eden Finley and Saxon James
For the past two years or so (I think), I discovered sport gay romance, and I fell in love–football and hockey, to be specific. I have read several to date, and I happened to love this series, CU (University), more than most. I should mention that I find myself reading more and more college sport gay romance than the pros–NFL and NHL.
Face Offs & Cheap Shots is the second book in the series (4th book release on June 23rd). In book one, we met Jacobs and Beck–although Jacobs had a bigger role seeing that he was Grant’s best friend in book one. Let me tell you that putting these two together was pure genius.
I literally asked Eden Finley and Saxon James if they knew they would put the two boys together, and they both said they have no idea because they started the series to pass the time during the Covid pandemic. They told me that Jacobs spoke to them, and then they threw in a line in the book as a way to say Beck would get his own book. I am happy that they did.
Beck is considered to be irresponsible and immature, and Jacobs have hated him from freshman year. Of course, Beck does everything to get a reaction from Jacobs every damn time.