Vince Dawson, former Olympic diving
trainer, discovers Austin Brody diving for bets and beers at
the local city pool. Vince’s career ended three years ago in
scandal. Finding Austin, the most talented self-taught diver
he’s seen, Vince has a shot at coaching again. Now all Vince
needs to do is convince Austin that he’s good enough to go
professional and find sponsors who won’t want Austin to find a
different coach. Dealing with Austin proves more difficult
than with past divers. Vince is used to working with kids who
are used to being told what to do, not men who are used to
making their own decisions.
I just loved Austin in Making a
Splash, he’s got this whole “I can do it myself”
attitude. With Vince being a few years older, he knows what
needs to be done and getting Austin to go along is a struggle.
Where these two men don’t see eye-to-eye on whom is in charge
of the daily routine, when they hit the sheets or whatever’s
closest… sparks fly! Sean Michael has written another
scorcher, I highly recommend this book.