Sixteen-year-old Harper was once a rising star on the tennis court—until her coach dropped her for being “mentally weak.” Without tennis, who is she? Her confidence at an all-time low, she secretly turns to her childhood friend, next-door neighbor Jacob—who also happens to be her sister’s very recent ex-boyfriend. If her sister finds out, it will mean a family war.But when Harper is taken on by a new coach who wants her to train with Co...
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- EDIT: After being threatened with legal action by the author in response to my 2 star review below, I will no longer be supporting this book. I've since dropped it to 1 star. No one should ever feel unsafe for reviewing a book with their honest opinions. The original author's comment is available here.I enjoyed the glimpse into a professional tennis player's life in this one, and the message behind it in that resilience is built through downfalls...
- EDIT: the author has done some questionable things that have me lowering this rating. Honestly, an author who threatens legal action over a two star review is intense. 200th book done!!! and it was lowkey mediocre as heck. full review to come in january when i do this blog tour.
- I will not touch anything by a writer who threatens reviewers with legal action for expressing their opinions of her book. And experienced, real authors know that no one can be sued for expressing an opinion of a book in a review.Good luck with that career, Missy!
- The author’s threatening behaviour towards a reviewer has turned me off everything this author has written and will ever write.
- authors behaving badly *rolls eyes*no thank youuuuuuu.