Thursday, March 24, 2011

Romance Book Review: Green's Fees

Author: Jasmine Black
Series Connection: Irish Stories Collection
Digital ISBN: 9781616502409

Genre: Romance
Publisher: Lyrical Press

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Birdie is going through a bad time in her life. She can't get over the past and it is affecting her golf game. She has made it to the Pro-Women's Golfing scene, but for some reason she has hit a slump. Her best friend and caddy convinces Birdie that she needs help. In walks Green. Green is a pro-Caddie who is having problems of his own. He sees working for Birdie as his chance to get back into the big leagues.

Once Birdie, her best friend and former caddy, Jeannie and Green hit the road sparks fly between the two, but Green is too worried about his future to mess with his boss.

I really liked the banter between Birdie and Green. The two make a great couple and the story line keeps readers interested even if they're not golf fans. If I had to have a complaint about this story it would be that Green takes up with Jeannie and while he's having sex with her thinks about Birdie. Call me a romantic, but that is kind of disturbing when reading this sort of romance.

Otherwise the book is filled with great sex scenes, a little voyeurism and watch out for a short scene of girl-on-girl action.

Who’s your caddy?

Pro-golfer, Mallory “Birdie” Bird is in a slump. Financially cut off by her father, she’s
desperate to increase her winnings. Living with the guilt over a two-year old tragic event, she’ll do
whatever it takes to iron out her game…even hire a new caddy.

Caddy Green Sloan’s the best in the business. He knows the game better than anyone, and
he’s never seen a green he couldn’t read. But he’s got a shady past he can’t shake, and no one’s
willing to take a chance on him. That is, until a wee bird enters his clubhouse.

But she’s snooty. And he’s arrogant. Together, they spar nonstop. Driven by necessity and
fueled by passion, they need each other on and off the course. But can they let go of the past and
learn to trust again?

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