Tee’d Off by JM Snyder

Playing the Field

Amber Quill Press—Allure

Gay Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-499-0

Reviewed by Cassie

   

 

When he was young, Greg Chennault loved golf so much he managed to snag a job caddying for Trevor Johns.  Fifteen years later he’s the resident golf expert at an exclusive resort, and running a big golf tournament.  When he sees a nametag for Trevor Johns, he thinks he might get a chance to see the guy he used to caddy for again.  He doesn’t expect the Johns in question to be the old man’s son, all grown up and looking hot.  When Trey makes a pass, will Greg get caught up in the past and lose his chance?

Tee’d Off is another hot installment of JM Snyder’s Playing the Field series.  Once again, the present tense writing threw me off a little at first, but once I got used to it I stopped noticing it.  I liked Greg, and his hang-ups over remembering Trey Johns as a little, annoying kid were amusing.  Trey was a bit less defined as a character, but hot and very into Greg.  I almost always enjoy stories of men hooking up with guys who had crushes on them years ago, and Tee’d Off was no exception.  If you like golf and reunion stories, or are a fan of Snyder’s work, you’ll be sure to enjoy Tee’d Off.

     

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