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A Perfect Match
     

A Perfect Match

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by Erin Dutton
 

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In a game where careers are made or broken in the span of one round, can there be any such thing as a perfect match?

After a high-profile breakup, professional golfer Tiernan O’Shea blows a considerable lead and loses a major tournament. Soon, unable to get her game back on track, she is in danger of losing her sponsor. The upcoming Celebrity Pro-Am is her

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In a game where careers are made or broken in the span of one round, can there be any such thing as a perfect match?

After a high-profile breakup, professional golfer Tiernan O’Shea blows a considerable lead and loses a major tournament. Soon, unable to get her game back on track, she is in danger of losing her sponsor. The upcoming Celebrity Pro-Am is her chance at redemption.

Elena Pilar has paid her dues in the boys’ club of sportscasting and her career is finally on the upswing. But when she is paired with Tiernan in the Pro-Am, her attraction to the volatile golfer could threaten her success as well as her carefully guarded personal life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781602821453
Publisher:
Bold Strokes Books
Publication date:
04/20/2010
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
8.64(w) x 5.68(h) x 0.46(d)

Meet the Author


Born and raised in Upstate New York, Erin Dutton moved to Nashville, Tennessee, eight years ago. No longer a Yankee, and yet not a true Southerner, she remains somewhere between the two, and is happy to claim both places as home. Her days are spent earning a living, while her nights and weekends are divided between several of her favorite things: writing, reading, golf, and her friends.

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A Perfect Match 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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I'm a fan of Dutton's but wish it had been a more developed book. This is a very short novel - a novella maybe - but the story and characters really demanded a full length novel. Still a good read but not nearly her best. You can read my full review at C-Spot Reviews.
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Liked the story.
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