A Perfect Match by Erin Dutton

In a game where careers are made or broken in the span of one round, can there be any such thing as a perfect match?

After a high-profile breakup, professional golfer Tiernan O'Shea blows a considerable lead and loses a major tournament. Soon, unable to get her game back on track, she is in danger of losing her sponsor. The upcoming Celebrity Pro-Am is her chance at redemption.

In a game where careers are made or broken in the span of one round, can there be any such thing as a perfect match?

After a high-profile breakup, professional golfer Tiernan O'Shea blows a considerable lead and loses a major tournament. Soon, unable to get her game back on track, she is in danger of losing her sponsor. The upcoming Celebrity Pro-Am is her chance at redemption.

Elena Pilar has paid her dues in the boys' club of sportscasting and her career is finally on the upswing. But when she is paired with Tiernan in the Pro-Am, her attraction to the volatile golfer could threaten her success as well as her carefully guarded personal life.

About Erin Dutton

Erin Dutton is the author of eight romance novels: Sequestered Hearts, Fully Involved, A Place to Rest, Designed for Love, Point of Ignition, A Perfect Match, Reluctant Hope, and More Than Friends. She is also a contributor to Erotic Interludes 5: Road Games and Romantic Interludes 1 & 2 and revisited two characters from one of her novels in Breathless: Tales of Celebration. She is a 2011 recipient of the Alice B. Readers’ Appreciation Award for her body of work.

When not working or writing, she enjoys playing golf and spending time with friends and family.

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