Friday, December 31, 2010

Caddy Girls by V.K. Sykes

This book is for readers 18 and older.

Publication Date: June 22nd, 2010
Genre: Erotica, Contemporary Romance
Format: E-book
My Rating:

Book Summary:  Torrey Green once had a promising golf career, now she’s stuck caddying for butt-pinching businessmen. She doesn’t mind playing dumb while hauling clubs if it means she can get her golf career back on track, and she’s going to need an influx of cash to focus on the pro circuit. A booking from video game mogul Julian Grant could be Torrey’s cash-flow solution. 
In town for a business deal, Julian’s partners plan for a little action on the greens. They’re looking for some fun with their rent-a-caddy girls, and have a lot riding on who can score, on the course and off. This type of gamble isn’t Julian’s style, but he’ll do whatever it takes to keep his partners happy – even if that includes breaking a few hearts along the way. 
Julian soon discovers that Torrey is more than just a caddy girl and they spark an intriguing attraction – but if Torrey discovers the truth behind his idiotic wager, all bets are off.

My Thoughts: I first want to say, I loved the story line to this book. It was something fresh for the most part. I have not read a book that dealt in the whole golf aspect. It was nice to have a change of scenery, if that makes sense. However, a classic love story line was there, however it was still refreshing. Torrey works as a caddy girl for the time being to make a living until she can find a sponsor to continue her dream of being a professional golfer. Julian is just the person to ask, all she has to do is keep her heart out of it and her pants on. However, the chemistry pull between the two doesn't make it as easy for her as she hoped. The two main romantic characters in this book are full of life and passion and it comes right off the pages. Each character keeps you intrigued. Julian is head over heels for Torrey and how she makes him feel, he just is to stubborn to admit and change his life to actually accommodate a relationship. Torrey is falling so fast, she doesn't have anything to grab onto to try and slow herself down. Its a love story we know how it will end, yet as a reader you enjoy the story.

The heat level in this book is pretty high. This is definitely an erotica and contemporary romance together. There was a story line to this book. The intimate scenes were average for a book, however they are in depth.

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

1 comment:

Paws said...

Glad to hear of a new plot line especially if it involves sports! Well, maybe not golf so much, ;) but I'm still excited for something new.