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Review – Sweet Spot by Rebecca Jenshak

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Sweet Spot 
(A standalone)

by: Rebecca Jenshak

Review Rating:



I loved returning to Valley U and this time for an entirely new sport. Rebecca Jenshak has wowed me again and again with her new adult/sport romances and Sweet Spot is another hit to add to her growing list.

This was my very first golf sports romance and while golf is the sport that made this book new to me, the passion and drive behind what makes a sports player seek out that once in a lifetime dream is just one of the reasons I love reading this trope. Mix in a good juicy romance and I’m a total goner.

Fans of Jenshak’s books will love the connections to characters of the past, but Sweet Spot is a complete standalone as this is a new class now attending Valley U.

Lincoln Reeves owns his own sports consulting business that help athletes in perfecting their craft, hence some of the connections you may see pop up. Lincoln himself, is a golfer, and was a pro until he injured his back. Now he runs his own business and it has grown to the point that he travels all the time and has multiple consultants working for him. He just so happens to be helping the boys golf team at Valley U when he comes across Kiera and her golf swing. He hasn’t seen anything quite so inspiring in quite a long time. He doesn’t exactly have time to coach anyone privately anymore, but it doesn’t stop him from offering her some tips while he’s there.

Kiera Brooks puts everything into golf. Every spare moment, all her energy, every thought is taken up by this sport. Her coach doesn’t like her no matter how hard she works so when a hotshot swing coach strides over when she’s practicing to offer her advice she isn’t exactly nice to him. But when she meets him later she rethinks his comments and asks him to coach her, Lincoln declines, but Kiera is nothing if not persistent and eventually she wears him down she knows she’ll get back in tournament play with his help and so their coach/player relationship begins. With persistence, dedication, and so much drive she does everything Lincoln says and improves her game.

Neither Kiera nor Lincoln were looking for a relationship, but they were so organically matched that their chemistry grew and grew. It was only time until the lid popped off and they finally exploded. Even though they both knew a relationship was basically impossible, their schedules were booked, ultimately it’s hard to stop a boulder from rolling down the hill once it’s been pushed and someone is going to get rolled over at the bottom.

Sweet Spot was an easy read, it flowed so naturally, it was easy to get caught up in their daily lives, but then it was over and I was sad to leave Valley U once again. However, with a new class and new sports all waiting in the wings I’m excited to see what Rebecca brings in the future.


A grumpy golf pro coaches a hot-headed college golfer in this fun and sexy sports romance.

Lincoln Reeves may be a pro golfer and revered swing coach, but when I meet him, he is just one more person telling me I’m not good enough.

So, I do what any girl in my position would do. I tell him to get lost and take his arrogant, annoying smirk with him. I never expect to see him again. I certainly don’t expect to run into him that same night after one too many tequila shots.

Turns out that he’s kind of a big deal. Okay, fine, a really big deal. In fact, he might be the one person who can take my game to the next level.

Convincing him to help will be difficult.

Not throwing my club at his handsome face when he makes me work harder than I thought humanly possible will be excruciating.

But not falling for him will be the hardest thing of all.


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