Losing At Love Synopsis: Grass courts, tennis whites and the fiercest competition in the world. Wimbledon. After two crazy weeks in Paris, the girls of the Outer Banks Tennis Academy are headed to London with just one thing on their minds: winning.
Indiana Gaffney is fresh off a surprise win at the French Open junior tournament. Sponsors are clamoring for her attention, but what she wants more than anything—aside from a wild card to Wimbledon—is to be with Jack Harrison, but international fame and a secret relationship rarely mix well.
When Penny Harrison dreamed of playing at Wimbledon she never imagined agonizing pain shooting through her ankle with every step. With just a month until the tournament and the whole world expecting her to win, she’s determined to play, with or without the support of her coach or the love of her life, Alex Russell.
For the first time ever, no one expects anything from Jasmine Randazzo. After a crushing first-round defeat in the French Open juniors, the tennis world has given up on her, but worse than that, so have her parents, her best friend Teddy and maybe even her coach. With everyone writing her off, can she find it within herself to go after her dreams?
Review: Losing At Love is book 2 in the Game. Set. Match series. I had to go back and read book 1($.99 now) to get a complete understanding of Losing At Love. I liked this book, it was different than most of the books I read considering there was no smut. That’s right folks…No. Smut.
But that doesn’t mean it was lacking in romance. The books center around 3 tennis champs who are battling to keep at the top of their craft. I don’t know much about tennis but felt like Serena Williams after reading this. The grueling training, matches and competitions whew I didn’t know tennis was such and intense game. I love the way the author wrote each girl. They each had their own identity and it made for good reading I couldn’t decide which girl I liked more they were all so different. The way they handled love, tennis and the intensity of their individual situations was admirable. I would totally recommend this series to young girls I’d say 16+. The friendships, romance and dedication to their chosen sport is so well written that any girl 16 and older could/should appreciate and mimic this. 4.5 out of 5 stars for this one guys.
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