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Something Tragic by Jessica Yeh

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★ There are some books that hold you in a thrall of emotions that they create long after you’ve finished them. You have emotions...

The Long Shot by A.L. Brooks


Sports romance. Age gap. Celebrity. Parental angst. Devastating pasts. Insecurities. Scheming villains. Utterly, utterly engrossing.

Morgan Spencer, one of the top golfers seems to choke at the last minute in her majors. She develops a ‘twitch’. It happens thrice in a row and has become a talking point in the world of golf. Quiet, introverted and rather reclusive, Morgan’s inability to cinch a major is standing in her way of getting the biggest endorsement too. Or so she thinks. Her manager says that the biggest sports brand is shying away from Morgan because of her iciness. The perfect solution comes in form of Adrienne Wyatt, a television documentary producer who’s working on a film about women’s golf and would like to follow Morgan for a bit and also do a couple of sit-down interviews with her. Mad attraction between Morgan and Adrienne complicates their working relationship because, you know, unethical and unprofessional.

We fell into deep like with both, Morgan and Adrienne, as soon as they were introduced. We loved, loved, loved the fact that they talk – actually talk – to each other. It is such a relief to find two people who converse and work on their relationship together. We love the respect they have for each other. Their emotions are fast growing but give an impression of solidity. There is a lot of golf in the book, but it is not necessary to know the game to enjoy the book.

This is a really, really wonderful read.


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