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Suddenly unemployed, Allie Masterson returns home to Cary, North Carolina where she caddies for her father on the PGA Seniors Tour. There, she encounters a man who possesses an alluring gift of reading the contours of the green.
Fascinated with his uncanny ability, Allie is excited to meet the Green Whisperer—until she discovers the easygoing caddy is actually Shoo Leonard, the boy who teased her relentlessly when they were kids.
Despite Allie’s reservations, when Shoo is faced with having to overcome a hand injury, she agrees to use her sport science degree to become his trainer...and then she falls for him.
Shoo Leonard is grateful to Allie for her singular determination to get him ready for the PGA tour, but he isn’t ready for anything more. Still raw from a broken engagement and focused on his career, he’s content to be her fist-pumping buddy…but then he falls for her.
What seems like a happily-ever-after on the horizon takes a turn when Allie decides she’s become a distraction to Shoo’s career. Is it time for her to step away or can The Putting Green Whisperer find the right words to make her stay?
Killer Smile versus the Sprite
Allie Masterson is stunned by the green reading abilities of a fellow caddy. She’d do almost anything to learn exactly how the man with the killer smile does it, until she finds out the caddy is Shoo Leonard. After what he did to her in school, she wants to be anywhere but in the same country with him.
But Shoo has changed. He’s put away childish things and wants to become the Eric Liddell of golf. He apologizes to Allie for his past meanness.
An injury has stolen his future as a golfer, but Allie is convinced hard work and training can get it back. In working to heal his hand, though, Allie discovers what really needs to be healed is her heart.
This was an entertaining and inspiring read.