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Fresh Pick | CADDYGIRLS by V.K. Sykes
Fresh Pick / October 4, 2010

July 2010 On Sale: July 5, 2010 Featuring: Torrey Green; Julian Grant ISBN: 1426890389 EAN: 9781426890383 e-Book Add to Wish List Romance Contemporary Buy at CaddyGirls by V.K. Sykes Torrey Green once had a promising golf career, but now she’s stuck caddying for butt-pinching businessmen. She doesn’t mind playing dumb while hauling clubs if it means she can get her golf career back on track, and she’s going to need an influx of cash to focus on the pro circuit. A booking from video game mogul Julian Grant could be Torrey’s cash-flow solution. In town for a business deal, Julian’s partners plan for a little action on the greens. They’re looking for some fun with their rent-a-caddy girls, and have a lot riding on who can score, on the course and off. This type of gamble isn’t Julian’s style, but he’ll do whatever it takes to keep his partners happy – even if that includes breaking a few hearts along the way. Julian soon discovers that Torrey is more than just a caddy girl and they spark an intriguing attraction – but if Torrey discovers the truth behind his idiotic wager, all bets are off… Excerpt Torrey arrived at…

Dana Marton | When Your Hobby Becomes Your Job – and Giveaway!
Author Guest / October 4, 2010

I love writing. I love creating characters with nothing more than a blank page and an active imagination, then breathing life into those characters with my words and emotions. When I worked in corporate America, writing was my hobby and my lifeline. I spent far too many hours each day lost in the maze of cubicles, but because writing was my hobby, I could escape that gray world every time I thought about the story I was writing at the time. Now I’m blessed with the opportunity to write for a living. THE SPY WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS is my twenty-third book with Harlequin Intrigue, a number that astonishes and humbles me. I still love writing as much as I ever did, and I know how lucky I am to have the freedom to do something professionally that gives me so much pleasure personally. But… You knew a “but” was coming, didn’t you? But once I began to sell my books, I no longer had a hobby. I couldn’t exactly just switch my former vocation and avocation. Well, I could, but who wants to create spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations in their free time? So I decided that I needed a new…