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Lincoln Reeves may be a pro golfer and revered swing coach, but when I met him, he was just one more person telling me I wasn’t good enough. So, I did what any girl in my position would do. I told him to get lost and take his arrogant, annoying smirk with him.

I never expected to see him again. I certainly didn’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 that 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.

©2020 Rebecca Jenshak (P)2020 Rebecca Jenshak

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loves listening to this story

Loved this story. Was fab to go back to Valley U and see some of the old characters crop up too! I dont understand golf but i found myself wanting to?! loved the narrators. totally relatable Flove flove flove!

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I didn't want it to end

Rebecca Jenshak is an author whose stories I love and Sweet Spot is no exception. This is a NA sports romance that held my attention from start to finish. The novel focused on Golf and I loved that the focus was on a female golf player. This was Keira and Lincoln story, and I loved them together. They were both likable and relatable, had excellent chemistry and I was rooting for them throughout the novel. There was an age gap and the story was a bit of a slow burn but it all flowed well and when the steamy scenes came it was sizzling. Sweet Spot is a low angst, lighthearted tale and the ending made me swoon. I loved it and would highly recommend it to all lovers of sports romance. The audiobook version was narrated by Erin Mallon and Jacob Morgan. As expected they did a marvelous job with the characters, giving them their own voice and personality. Their voices were clear and understandable and blended well together. They brought the story to life and I enjoyed listening to them narrate this novel.

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This hits right on the Sweet Spot!!

I was absolutely smitten with Sweet Spot! Rebecca Jenshak introduces me to golf like I've never seen before! Keira and Lincoln were so endearing. I loved Keira's take-no-crap attitude. These two had some fantastic chemistry and their relationship was great! They really showed a fun relationship full of sweetness and an I ntense and strong chemistry. Now these narrators are two of my favorite! Erin Mallon plays a strong willed heroine perfectly. I like her voice... she seems to give it an attitute, a little pep in her step. It's this light and fun voice with a bit of steel behind it. Mixing Jacob Morgan in with Erin Mallon is the sweet spot! You can hear the chemistry Keira and Lincoln have through Morgan and Mallon's narration.

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Sweet Spot was so romantic ❤

This is my first Audio book and it's safe to say I'm hooked, you can feel the romance through the narrators and Lincoln (Jacob Morgan) definitely had a sexy voice that pulled you in he a broody character with not much but his coaching business and family. He loves his business but he also knows it was maybe that that ended his marriage. Keira is a beautiful young woman who loves everything golf but her current coach is abit ignorant towards her especially when she's a little of her game a little down and out she decides to seek a golfing coach who is helping the boys team and even though her and Linc don't hit it off straightaway he's everything she needs to help her with her game, after several calls, messages and video calls they grow quite attached to each other and soon the attraction is shining on and off the green. A loveable story line and one you quickly fall in love with it has the awww factor to a tee, im so glad this was my first audio book. I'll definitely be reading more of Rebecca Jenshak's books ❤

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A fun, swoon-worthy story!

I might have mentioned this a previous review, but I'll say it again- I'm not a sporty person. I can't say I love sports at all, much less any specific type of sport;p so when I listened to this audiobook and I got to the parts where they were playing golf, I had no idea what was going on 99% of the time- all I knew was that they were playing. But guess what? I don't think it makes that much of a difference at all (or maybe I just don't know what I'm missing?) because the result of each game is summarized by either of the main characters anyway. What I'm saying is that knowledge of golf isn't at all necessary to enjoy this story- and this story is one fun, swoon-worthy story! I found Kiera to be a relatable character. After all, I've been known to fly off the handle more than I'd like to admit! I think anyone who has to deal with a coach like Coach Potter would lose it too. Lincoln, on the other hand, was a sweet, thoughtful coach. Maybe a little too thoughtful? I mean, the man was so worried hurting other people that the didn't realize (until later) that the only person standing in the way to his happiness was himself! Jacob Morgan and Erin Mallon's narration was flawless and made listening to this audiobook a highly entertaining experience. Sweet Spot is a slow burn contemporary sports romance written in dual first-person POV and narrated dual style. It's a standalone that ends with a HEA. No cliffhanger, no cheating. I received this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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A delight!

I read this via audiobook and *swoon* Jacob Morgan is one of my favorite narrators. Rebecca Jenshak is queen of these rom-com sport romances. The kind of book with these fun and witty heroines and swoon worthy hero’s. This might have been my favorite book of hers to date! An excellent story of two people that don’t even know they’re looking for their soul mate until they meet. There’s a small age gap that plays a role in their relationship. Altogether a truly fun story that went way too fast.

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Hole in one!!!

When I think sports romance, Rebecca Jenshak is quickly becoming my go to author! Her stories are just so good! This new adult romance features Keira, a golfer who is not appreciated by her coach. Highly competitive, she works hard and is willing to do just about anything to get her spot. Lincoln is a golf coach and when he sees her swing, he immediately sees her potential. As a golfer. At least in the beginning. And our story begins with these two. While I love the romance, I immediately was taken with the amount of work it takes to become a golf pro. The training is much more intense and I found it fascinating. I also loved that while these two had a definite chemistry that they were friends first, and built on their mutual interest. It's fun and refreshing and a pleasure to listen to. Erin Mallon and Jacob Morgan are wonderful as the narrators for this book. Mallon picks up the spunkiness of Keira, but also adds in some insecurity at times, keeping her real. Morgan becomes Lincoln. A little broody and the unrelenting coach with a tender touch. These two nailed it and enhanced the listen!

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  • Sophie Koufes
  • 01-07-20

Valley U World!

Sweet Spot (A College Sports Romance) is a character-driven love story told in dual pov. A bit of a age gap, enemies to lovers romance with a coach/ student relationship. I love how this is surrounded around golf as I haven't heard/read any sports romance involving golf. I found the characters engaging and likeable. I loved Lincoln, his grandmother is a funster. I loved the golf references and found the powwow interesting. A entertaining listen with cute banter between Kiera and Lincoln. Narrators Erin Mallon, Jacob Morgan were fun to listen to. I love Jacob Morgan's inflection and Erin Mallon is always great with romantic comedy. Her spunkiness is brought out in the character of Keira. Absolutely loved the narration.

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  • Angie McGuire
  • 20-07-20

Awesome narration

I love these narrators. I’ll buy any audible if they are narrating, and I loved this book. What a great story. Definitely worth the purchase.

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  • Jocelyne
  • 03-07-20

Sweet Romance!

This story is set in the amazing Smart Jocks World. This was my first golf romance! I loved Lincoln and Keira's sweet romance. Keira is a lovely college student, and golfer. She is selfless, and feisty. I love her determination. Lincoln is a sexy golf coach. He is supportive, and caring. The secondary characters are great! Lincoln's grandmother is an amazing character. The ending is beautiful. Erin Mallon and Jacob Morgan did a great job with the narration. I enjoyed it. If you like golf, you will love this golf romance!

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  • C. Y.
  • 16-10-20

Golf is Boring

This is the first I’ve listened to a book written by Rebecca Jenshak. The main reason I chose it is I saw it was narrated by Jacob Morgan (Zachary Webber) and I’ll listen to about any audiobook in which he performs it. That man could make the dictionary sound good. 😂 That being said, I only liked this book, but did not love it. I thought the concept was good, but I was a little bored. It’s probably because I think golf is a boring sport anyway. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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  • Jewel
  • 24-08-20

Perfect...

Perfect story, perfect narrators, Perfect characters.!!!!!! I have listened to all of Ms. Jenshak, this is my Fave.!!

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  • Mom and Wife who loves romance😍
  • 19-07-20

Loved this one!!!

Loved everything about this story. It was absolutely breath taking. It went at the perfect pace. The narration was excellent of course I love everything about Jacob and Erin "swoon".. Can't wait to listen again!! 5 excellent stars!!

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  • Shawna
  • 15-07-20

Lincoln and Keira are everything!

I'm not someone that is into golf but thisnstory got me to look at it in another light. I really liked this audiobook! the voices were perfect for the characters. It really brought it to life! I loved the story of Keira and Lincoln. The way they supported eachother was wonderful. definitely a fun read!

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  • Geegina
  • 15-07-20

Sweet romance!

I love me a good sports romance and Rebecca never lets me down and adding Jacob and Erin as narrators made this story even more enjoyable. Keira is a golfer at Valley U, she’s amazing, strong, determined, she has spunk. Her golfing is her priority, she is determined to do everything she can to get back on top in the team. She meets Lincoln, a swing coach and believes he can help her. This two have some good chemistry going on, the banter is light and fun. There is an age gap difference, a failed marriage and some issues that I loved seeing them work thru. Over all it was a great listen, fun and fast paced and it never hurts to hear Jacob Morgan in your ear. Great performance and sports romance!!

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  • Animoji_Farm
  • 15-07-20

I couldn’t stop listening

Amazing book. My first book from this author and I’m hooked. I started listening one evening and could not stop until I finished which was 5 am. I can’t say enough good things about it.

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  • The Fairest of All Book Reviews
  • 08-07-20

Golf Sports Romance!

In golf, the sweet spot is the center of the clubface, which will produce the longest shot from any given club, so it’s that Rebecca Jenshak’s Sweet Shot is a sports romance about the game of golf with the heroine, Keira, a Valley U golfer, and the hero, Lincoln, a pro golfer and elite swing coach. What I enjoyed the most about Keira and Lincoln’s story is how their mutual love of the game of golf built a connection between them from their first interaction, and while they definitely were attracted to each other from the start, as well, the dynamics of their coach/player relationship and Lincoln’s focus on helping improve Keira’s game above anything personal is what allowed them to get to know one another, establishing a foundation that blossomed into so much more. I listened to the audio version of Sweet Spot, and Erin Mallon and Jacob Morgan did an amazing job narrating Keira and Lincoln’s story. There’s a playfulness between the two characters that the narrators easily convey and the way they verbally spar with one another plays out quite well on the audio. I would definitely recommend Jenshak’s sports romances as well as any other stories narrated by Mallon and Morgan. 4 Poison Apples