Kiss My Putt by Tara Sivec
Series: Summersweet Island #1
on July 24, 2020
Genres: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary, Sport, Second Chance
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“Palmer ‘Pal’ Campbell has epic breakdown on the 18th hole of the Bermuda Open! Video at 11.”
After spending my entire pro golfing career being known as the quiet, controlled, no-nonsense golfer on the tour, there’s nothing more humiliating than throwing all of that down the drain—or into a water hazard—on national television. Needing some place to hide, to lick my wounds and figure out what I even want to do with my life once this blows over, I can only think of one place I need to be. Summersweet Island, where everyone treats me like one of their own, and they’ll all be happy to have me home again.
Well, except maybe one person. It’s been two years since I last set foot on Summersweet Island or spoke to anyone there. But I’m sure Birdie Bennett, my best friend since I was 15 and the clubhouse manager of my favorite golf course, has had plenty of time to forgive me for that tiny little misunderstanding where I blocked her on social media and blocked her in my phone. Oh, and I guess I kind of, sort of accused her of being a stalker. It’s fine!
Once my sexy, spunky, former best friend gets over the shock of seeing me again and stops trying to drive a 9-iron into my skull, I can finally let her know I’ve also kind of, sort of always been in love with her...
“You don’t think maybe seeking him out so you can ask him what the fuck he’s doing here so you can get it over with is a good idea?”
“That sounds entirely too mature and not at all something I would do.”
You know what’s a good idea? Reading a Tara Sivec book. There’s never been a time where I have even felt remotely upset about spending my time with her words. She can do Romantic Comedy, Thriller, Contemporary, and probably anything else she attempts. One of my top ten authors ever…by far.
She has even made my husband a fan. He drives a lot for work and listened to her Chocolate Lover’s series, and Chocoholics series (spin off of Chocolate Lovers). He still quotes them sometime. LMAO
Anyways, this book is just as perfect. Birdie and Palmer were so amazing together. Their chemistry just leaped off the pages when they were together. The secondary characters were also just as interesting as the main ones were, I love it when books can pull this off.
This is an entertaining story, one you will smile while reading. Tara delivers a hilarious second chance romance. You’ll laugh out loud, smile ear to ear, and fall in love with this book. Don’t pass it up or any of Tara’s books.