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10 thoughts on “CaddyGirls

  1. says:

    Wow Sexy and surprisingly poignant contemporary romance debut from VK Sykes Aspiring pro golfer Torrey Green is working two jobs in Las Vegas to save up for LPGA ualifying school But what she really needs is a corporate sponsor to foot the bill When she's booked through CaddyGirlscom to caddy for billionaire video game company CEO Julian Grant she can't help but feel like she's finally catching a break Things get complicated when they meet and can't keep the attraction between them from burning out of control But Torrey's need for a sponsor and Julian's participation in an immature bet soon has them at odds Though there are enough steamy scenes to keep your average Blaze reader happy it's the conflict between Torrey and Julian that adds chest tightening intensity to CADDY GIRLS I loved the fact that Torrey was strong enough to do the right thing even if it meant throwing away her dream And watching Julian come to the realization that he couldn't live without Torrey was sweet indeed Great book Hope to see like this from Sykes

  2. says:

    One bad bet leads to sexy fun romanceThis was a fun sports romance where the heroine was actually the athlete Take four rich executives and one immature bet then sit back and enjoy the ride

  3. says:

    I wasn't sure what to expect prior to reading this ebook I had never heard of the authors before a husband and wife team It turned out to be steamy and surprisingly complex for such a short read Torrey is a strong and uniue heroine and Julian was sexy if a bit hard to love at one point There romance begins fast but manages to remain mostly believable

  4. says:

    Torrey Green was a rising star in college she was on her way to being a pro golfer and realizing all her dreams when things fell apart Now she is trying to make her way back She is working two jobs one as a blackjack dealer and the other as a caddy to keep herself afloat while she seeks a sponsorship to get her star back on the riseJulian Grant is the CEO of a gaming company in the Silicon Valley He's all about business but when he and his partners visit Las Vegas for a convention they all want to make it about fun than business When one of his partners makes a bet to see who can bag their caddy first Julian doesn't like it but he's ready for some funI had not read any golf romances before but this is the second one I have read in a week I'm not a golfer I have played but I don't enjoy it at all This book on the other hand I did enjoy I liked the interplay between the characters I do admit that Torrey ticked me off a bit because she just seemed to be so dumb and I kept thinking what are you doing? Don't Then I thought about it and realized she was real She acted as most women would She had real feelings and she felt them Julian was typical male I admit that I have known a few like him I don't understand them but that is just how they are I ended up really enjoying this book I would love to get to know about Julian's partners I could see them having some really great storiesThis was the first book I've read by VK Skyes and I look forward to I found it interesting that VK is actually a married couple writing together it was seamless to me and I could not tell it was two different writers I received this book from the publisher via netgalley

  5. says:

    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 storyThe 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

  6. says:

    I have to say I'm uite pleased with CaddyGirls I'm not a golfer and barely know the terms but I wasn't overwhelmed or lost Which was fantastic When I bought this book I expected a light romp between the pages What I got though was a very good story Well rounded characters And substance When I was forced to put the book down dang the family for needing to be fed I found myself counting the minutes to get back to it

  7. says:

    So I loved the first half of the book and then it proceeded to go downhill from there The second half was so unbelievably corny I couldn't stop rolling my eyes And skimming page after page so I could just finish the dang thing I debated between 2 3 stars and if I go off of goodreads I did think the book was just ok but it wasn't as bad as most of my 2 star books If only it could have been as good through the second half as it was in the first half

  8. says:

    I am not into golf at all but that didn't deter me from enjoying this story Although there were some golf terms used I had no idea about the authors mainly focused on the romance of the two main characters This is a husband and wife writing team which I found interesting and I really liked their writing style

  9. says:

    It was okWhy?I can't understand the golf terms lolI love how the romance played out Even if it's the same rich person falling in love with some ordinary girlThe story has its sweet moments and all

  10. says:

    It was a cute book Very short A love at first sight type thing not much conflict very simple contemporary romance book I like romance books but I like a little More storyline conflict just The book wasn't bad at all Just not me

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Mogul Julian Grant could be Torrey’s cash flow solutionIn 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 I have to say I'm uite pleased with CaddyGirls I'm not a golfer and bar

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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 I wasn't sure what to expect prior to reading this ebook I had never he

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Style but he’ll do whatever it takes to keep his partners happy – even if that includes breaking a few hearts along the wayJulian soon discovers that Torrey is 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 It was okWhy?I can't understand the golf terms lolI love how the romanc

  • Kindle Edition
  • 198
  • CaddyGirls
  • V.K. Sykes
  • English
  • 25 June 2019
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About the Author: V.K. Sykes

VK Sykes is really two people Vanessa Kelly and Randy Sykes a husband and wife team who write USA Today Bestselling contemporary romance The second book in their Philadelphia Patriots Series of sports romances won the Kindle Book Review Best Indie Books of Contest in the romance category Vanessa also writes award winning Regency set historical romance for Kensington Zebra under her o.