Dane Prescott spends his days staring at perfect holes, and knows how to use his stiff shaft to get there. He's as hot as he is good at the sport he loves more than breathing.
Dane has one goal and one goal only, to be on the professional golf tour. It's who he is and what he lives for. Women, although fun, aren't in his long-term plans.
Beverly Whitfield didn't start off as the confident woman she is today. Teased mercilessly as a child and always feeling second-best, she set out to change her future and is finally putting herself first. Never in her wildest imagination did she think she'd fall for a man with stunning good looks and sex seeping from his pores. And, oh yeah, he plays golf.
To those who say golf is complicated and frustrating, Dane says, "No, that's love."
**Intended for readers over the age of 18**
Beverly Whitfield hates golf. Without thought, her parents always put her second to the sport.
Her social standing only matters when she's home and forced to face the self absorbed elite snobs at the country club. She would rather be volunteering at a homeless shelter than be around these people.
Dane Prescott puts family first and golf a close second. Relationships aren't on his radar. He prefers nameless encounters until he meets Beverly.
This story will stick with me. I thoroughly enjoyed the relationships between all of the characters and found myself hoping that some of the secondary characters get their own stories. You know you've found a good author when you finish the book and immediately check kindle for other works.
This book is highly recommended.