Mulligan Girl

Overview

Ren Edwards has made a successful career out of playing the well-to-do customer, spending company cash and demanding flawless service from high-end retailers. But underneath all those fabulous perks, she's just a single Scottsdale girl who can't live without classic books, a fast car, and her best friend, Mo. Ren's life seems just about perfect until she meets Adan, an impossibly sexy Golf Pro Shop manager during one of her staged customer disputes. They fall helplessly for one another, with just one tiny hitch: ...

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Overview

Ren Edwards has made a successful career out of playing the well-to-do customer, spending company cash and demanding flawless service from high-end retailers. But underneath all those fabulous perks, she's just a single Scottsdale girl who can't live without classic books, a fast car, and her best friend, Mo. Ren's life seems just about perfect until she meets Adan, an impossibly sexy Golf Pro Shop manager during one of her staged customer disputes. They fall helplessly for one another, with just one tiny hitch: Adan thinks she's happily married. Finding herself in a hilarious ruse far outside her comfort zone, Ren tries to untangle herself from her little white lie or risks losing the biggest perk of her life.

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Making a snappy hole-in-one romantic comedy debut, Boschee tracks the mischief a little white lie creates for an Arizona single when she falls in love with a sexy golf instructor. As a customer experience assessor for Affluence Index, Inc., Alizarin Crimson “Ren” Edwards often pretends to be a wealthy matron in her job posing as a customer to rate high end services and products. While evaluating Scottsdale's exclusive Desert Fire Golf Course and Resort, Ren's “married” shtick gets her into major trouble when she's attracted to Adan Bennett, the golf course manager. Although Boschee stretches the limits of credulity with Ren's enormous reluctance to come clean about her marital status, she appealingly ratchets up the tension between the couple. Extra sparks fly when Ren goes to Ireland on Adan's guided golf-themed vacation that concludes with a giddy matchmaking festival surprise. (Feb.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477812990
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance
  • Publication date: 10/16/2012
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 218
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Though not an Arizona native, Rebecca Boschee has lived in the Valley long enough for her blood to have thinned. Born with an appreciation for the ridiculous and an endless supply of humor based partially on her own clumsy tendencies, Rebecca found her writing voice in romantic comedy. She hopes to expand that voice in the future to include young adult fiction, but romance will always be her passion.

Mulligan Girl is Rebecca's first book for AVALON.

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