A second chance he didn’t see coming…
Wes was born with a competitive streak. Ever since he could walk, he's made it a point to never lose.
And he never did, until his girlfriend left him senior year of college and his professional sports career tanked.
Four years later, the last thing Wes needs as he prepares for the game of his life is his ex-girlfriend sauntering into his resort on the arm of her new fiancé. Then again, this might be Wes's opportunity to win back what he's lost.
Because if there's a chance Wes was wrong about Kaylee and she really had loved him, maybe he can break his mental block and win back his game--and the girl.
“This book was laugh-out-loud funny, but also tender and touchingly romantic.” ~ Reviewer
Oh God. “You seemed to have… acquired new skills.”
“Shhh, Kaylee,” he said low. Seductive. His breaths passing over her tender flesh. “We don’t want anyone to find us here.”
Another Cade brother succumbs to love
My thanks to Hidden Gems for the ARC of Daring Wes, and this is a voluntary and independent review. Jules Barnard's Lake Tahoe resort world is yet again the setting for a Cade brother's sexy romance. This time, it's Wes, the golf pro who runs the course and teaches at the brothers' resort. Wes dreamed of playing the professional tour all through his teens. When he met Kaylee in college, he thought his life was perfect. He had the girl and the sport he loved - until she dumped him. His golf game and his life fell apart, and haven't recovered since. Years later, Kaylee shows up in his pro shop looking for golf lessons! Her fiancé wants her to play golf on their honeymoon. Wes and Kaylee have so much unfinished business between them, and a little growing up to do too, before they can decide on future for themselves - and it isn't at all certain they'll be together. Barnard's warm and smooth narrative captures all the anger and angst, as Kaylee and Wes work through their troubles, helped by brothers and friends who know them and want the best for them, and it's a delightful story with the promised HEA Barnard does so well. My only issue was with Kaylee - who has to be the most emotionally clueless and self-involved heroine I've come to dislike. She's one of these people who isn't satisfied. unless she's miserable, and every time Wes gives her what she asks for, she sabotages the good feels and pushes him away. Other readers may not share my opinion, but there it is. 4 stars for a steamy sexy second chance romance.