Ryan Banderman’s golf career is soaring until a scandal sends him plummeting to the bottom of the leader board. To resurrect his reputation and get back in the good graces of his sponsors, he agrees to participate in a charity golf tournament in Sun Valley, Idaho. There, he meets Beth Michaels, a fledgling publicist with career aspirations of her own.
From the first moment Ryan and Beth meet, intense sparks of attraction fly. But will a mean-spirited reporter ruin their chance for love, and send both their lives up in flames?
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Kellie Coates Gilbert has won readers’ hearts with her compelling and highly emotional stories about women and the relationships that define their lives. A former legal investigator, she is especially known for keeping readers turning pages and creating nuanced characters who seem real.
In addition to garnering hundreds of five-star reader reviews, Kellie has been described by RT Book Reviews as a “deft, crisp storyteller.” Her books were featured as Barnes & Noble Top Shelf Picks and were included on Library Journal’s Best Book List of 2014.
Born and raised near Sun Valley, Idaho, Kellie now lives with her husband of over thirty-five years in Dallas, where she spends most days by her pool drinking sweet tea and writing the stories of her heart.
As with all of Gilbert's books. I flew through this one. I loved the humor in this. The Caddie Danny was telling golf jokes through out the book. The romance that took place was so much fun to watch blossom. The characters were so easy to love, well most of them were.
This golf tournament was for foster kids and I LOVED that this was part of the story.
I would love to be in Sun Valley and enjoying the lodge there.
You can feel the love that Gilbert poured into this book.
I only had one problem with the book. I am not a fan of Great authors writing novellas they end way to soon for my liking.
I gave this book 5 stars and I cant wait for Gilbert's next book, lets hope it's a whole novel next time.
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