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Game. Set. Match. (2013)

by Jennifer Iacopelli(Favorite Author)
3.91 of 5 Votes: 3
Coliloquy, LLC
Outerbanks Tennis Academy
review 1: Oh! I didn't think I'd enjoy this as much as I did. I usually find sports - or any physical activity for that matter - quite loathsome, so I wasn't expecting much from this book. But it turned out to be a delightful surprise.I enjoyed Penny's POV the most. I admired her strength not only as a tennis player but also as a human being, and her squabbles with Alex Russell was downright hilarious. I always looked forward to their interactions in the book.The ending was abrupt - I was shocked when I turned to the next page and the paragraph there was informing me I'd reached the end of the story. Penny and Indy both got their guy... but Jasmine didn't. What WOULD happen between her and Teddy? I hope there's a second book coming out, and Jasmine will still be one of the protagoni... morests. Highly anticipating more books from Ms. Iacopelli!
review 2: Loved it! It's so hard to find good novels about tennis but this one hit it on the head. Unlike most books it actually focused on tennis as well as the character's personal lives whereas as most novels usually on focus on the personal things. It's definitely one of the best books I've read in a long time, i just wish it didn't end so prematurely and abruptly. I cannot wait for the next novel in the series! less
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cute. felt like there could have been more development between all the couples.
very enjoyable and i the three main characters were well written
I need the sequel. Desperately. Full review to come.
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