There are no mulligans in love.
Drew's life just got a whole lot harder. Her relationships are falling apart, her little sister is failing math, and her parents are leaving for Florida to take care of Grandpa. Now not only does she have to play surrogate parent, study to graduate from her last semester of college, and deal with the looming threat of full-on adulthood, she has to do it all while running the family's mini-golf course by herself. Even the upbeat Drew is starting to feel like she just drove her ball down the unfairway.
Her luck takes a turn when she meets Weston, the snarky geometry teacher. He's smart, capable, dependable, and handsome—a real hole in one. But even Weston has a few hazards of his own. Now Drew will have to decide whether his secret is the wedge that drives them apart, or pushes them together.
I just flew right through this book. It was a sweet and fun read. Drew is helping out her parents while they are with her sick grandpa. Weston is her sister's math teacher. She literally runs into him in the hall. They end up dating, even though Drew doesn't think it is the best idea. He is keeping a big secret, which is never a good idea. If you are looking for a book that is just really sweet and a lot of fun to read, I recommend.
My Rating: *****
*Notes: Some strong language.
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