This book focuses on a
young woman, Bobbi, determined to fix the relationships in her family by taking
up the dream of her injured twin brother. The author does a great job showing
character growth and kept the story moving forward.
I was impressed with her
use of first person. It's a tough assignment for any writer, but Terri handled
it like the pro she is. I'm not a fan of golf, but she kept me turning pages.
Since I have limited reading time (who doesn't these days?), I couldn't read it
in one sitting. Oh, but I wanted to and couldn't wait to get back to the story.
Way to go, Terri! Be sure
to check out The
Mulligan on Amazon.
My Rating: 5 Stars
Disclaimer: Neither the
author nor the publisher provided this book or gave any payment for this
review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Writers: Have you ever
written anything in first person? Please share your experience.
Readers: Do you like
books written in first person (totally in the main character's point of view)?