Marcus Greenwood, author
Twenty-eight year old Brian Anderson is discovered and hired by the All-American female PGA Golfer Meredith Bremen: to murder the renowned PGA President Randall Rose for sexually assaulting her and not even admitting what he did. Though the sensitive and dangerous revenge plot is halted when Brian suggests an alternative approach--for Meredith and him to stage a fake murder attempt to convince authorities President Rose tried to kill Meredith with a hitman.Yet even after successfully staging a fake murder attempt, unexpected turn of events began to unfold. For one thing, Brian falls for Meredith's heart after promising on his life that he would never do so. And for another, the partners in crime, or Meredith in particular, completely underestimate President Rose's defense network and how extensive his private life off the golf course really is. When the entire situation becomes a real-life chess game in Brian's mind, multiple hitmen on both sides begin popping up on the grid. What Meredith and President Rose equally desire is: justice for being wronged by the other. But the longer Brian assists in this messy operation, the more clearer the real truths are revealed about everyone playing this game.Brian gets pushed into a vulnerable position. And in order to establish closure, he's left to fend for himself.