On the advice of a friendly rabbit, the four new golf-beings decide to call themselves the Gobbies. Together they set out to find a way to live on the golf course and still be safe; they also want to bring more golf balls up from the bottom of the pond. But how? First they must build new homes, to keep themselves safe from golfers looking for lost balls or enterprising animals looking for fun. Then one of the group wanders offand finds himself caught in the middle of a game of golf! But will they ever find more golf-beings just like them?
In this childrens story, golf balls left at the bottom of a pond magically come to life and then begin to make themselves at home on the golf course.
After losing his PGA card, Trent Mauldin has come home to Magnolia Bay to lick his wounds and has no plans to stay. Until he falls for Darcy. Things heat up between the two until Trent’s good intentions to help Darcy go sideways. While Darcy works to save her house, Trent fights to win her back and keep her in Magnolia Bay for good.
Reed Stewart thought he’d left all his small town troubles—including a broken heart—behind when he ditched tiny Bloomville, Indiana, ten years ago to become rich and famous on the professional golf circuit. Then one tiny post on the Internet causes all of those troubles to return . . . with a vengeance.
Becky Flowers has worked hard to build her successful senior relocation business, but she’s worked even harder to forget Reed Stewart ever existed. She has absolutely no intention of seeing him when he returns—until his family hires her to save his parents.
Now Reed and Becky can’t avoid one another—or the memories of that one fateful night. And soon everything they thought they knew about themselves (and each other) has been turned upside down, and they—and the entire town of Bloomville—might never be the same, all because The Boy Is Back.
Is Allan Vickery alive, or is he dead? After a blow to the head from a golf ball, Vic isn’t certain himself. As it turns out, he’s comatose and the things he learns while unconscious are life-changing when he reawakens. But for a man in mid-life crisis—struggling to keep his marriage alive while attempting to become a recognized painter and still succeed at teaching high school art—his new understanding becomes a volatile accelerant for issues that merely smoldered in the past. In the resulting inferno, Vic finds passion in the arms of a lover and riches in the world of high-stakes golf matches. Whether or not you play golf, you cannot avoid difficult lies in your quest to find the fairway to happiness.
On March 24, 1892, Alexander Gibson, an inveterate golfer, fell asleep. He woke up the following day, March 25th-in the year 2000. This begins a series of adventures in which Gibson must not only learn how the game of golf has changed, but how society has changed as well. On the golf course he discovers golf carts that drive themselves, golf clubs that automatically keep track of the user's score, and mandatory jackets that yell "FORE" every time he swings. But this is nothing compared to the society he discovers with digital watches, bullet trains, television sets, and women's lib.
"It's almost impossible to believe that this eerily prophetic book was written in the late 1800s-yet it was. It's a classic!"
There are, however, the other stories—tales of apparitions gliding across a course, unexplained noises emanating from uninhabited rooms of a clubhouse, or the phantom golfer who appears out of nowhere to play a shot and vanishes just as suddenly. Haunted Golf explores such stories from the clubhouses of New England to the fairways of New Orleans and the links of Great Britain.
Bringing readers on a journey that will enlighten, entertain, and send shivers, this book also delves into the history and flavor of the locations, painting evocative portraits of the courses and the communities. It includes a foreword by English golfer and golf analyst Peter Oosterhuis.
Books in series: A Demon and His Witch, A Demon and his Psycho, Date With Death, A Demon and Her Scot, Hell's Kitty
Other Hell books:
Last Minion Standing (stand alone)
Princess of Hell series: Lucifer's Daughter, Snowballs in Hell, Hell's Revenge, Vacation Hell
Genre: paranormal romance, fantasy romance, gothic, romantic comedy, alpha male, romantic adventure, urban fantasy, crazy heroine, hero knight, vampires, shapeshifters, demons, witches
Despite the rapidly declining weather conditions, Ben manages to shoot exceptionally well. He exits the seventeenth green with seventy strokes marked on his score card. Although he is certain to record his best score ever, Ben is still not satisfied. A par on the eighteenth will result in him shooting his agea rare feat in the game of golf. As the wind pelts him with ice and snow, Ben struggles to stand on the eighteenth tee, forcing a club attendant to risk his own safety to rescue him from the raging blizzard. After Ben is returned to the course clubhouse, he believes his one chance at the rare accomplishment has passed. But what Ben does not know is that he has already set into motion a chain of events with the power to upend his life and transform a community.
Unfinished Business shares the entertaining tale of a senior golfers quirky journey after he attempts to accomplish a rare feat in the midst of a Montana blizzard.
Sage Field loves being a nanny for the children of PGA golfer Chip Moore. But when Chip is implicated in the murder of a rival golfer and loses his endorsement contracts, the Moores are going to have to cut costs—and Sage's job is on the chopping block.
Sage convinces Roman Lyman, Chip's caddy, to help her clear their boss's name and save their jobs. They unearth a secret that's been hidden for a quarter of a century, discover a box of cash, and stumble onto a blackmail scheme. In the process, Sage discovers that Roman's been keeping some secrets of his own.
Sage and Roman will be lucky to save their lives, let alone their jobs.
Keywords: romantic, comedy, mystery, we sisters three, Melissa F. Miller, USA Today bestseller, golf, Hilton Head Island
A classic Golden Age whodunit that involves the reader in a charming game of detection as the protagonists use Sherlockian methods to unravel the mystery.
He made the whole world go weak at the knees. With his skill, grace, and innocence, golfing prodigy Buddy Martin even won over the cynical press corps. And with legions of fans following his every move, Buddy was headed for the promised land: a victory at this year's U.S. Open on Long Island's famous and historic Shinnecock Hills golf course.
But somewhere between the fairways and the sea — between the fog that rolled in at night and the fates that haunt heroes — tragedy would strike Buddy and the one person who really knew him. Now legendary golf writer John Morris and his sexy friend Julia Sullivan are delving into the life and times of a golfing great. And what they find is a story more amazing than the myth itself: a story of love, loss, and gruesome murder.
Published previously in paperback by Dell Publishing Group, this Morris & Sullivan Mystery is now digitally available from QP Books, an imprint of Quid Pro. This is an authorized and unabridged republication, and Number 7 in the complete, acclaimed series by master mystery writer John Logue.