This book was absolutely terrible. Beyond disappointing. I have no idea how it got good reviews. I liked her other books but this one was horrible. Main character is negative. The narrators voices are annoying. And the story line is incredibly boring. It’s like listening to a narrated tennis match about a negative person. I kept listening thinking it would get better bc her other books are good but let the record show — it did not get better. Don’t waste your time!
I am so confused by the 5 star reviews. I really like TJR. But this lead character is so unlikeable. I have 3 hours left and I CANNOT finish it. The story line is redundant. Carrie is emotionally, stunted and narcissistic. I have never disliked a character more.
I love all of this author’s books, but this one was a big disappointment. I didn’t appreciate the language, and being very knowledgeable about the tennis world, I found the descriptions of tennis matches very tedious. It was too predictable, and not well written. The main character was hard to like, in fact she was awful. I would not recommend this book
Really enjoyed this. For someone who never follows tennis beyond the basic media posts, it really pulls you in with Carrie’s personality and other characters driving her competitive edge.
Probably second to Evelyn Hugo. Loved this book.
This one took me some time to get into, but it was worth it in the end. Taylor Jenkins Reid has a way of writing such complex characters that your find yourself loving and hating them at the same time. By the end, you’re fully invested in their success. This was no different. It ended a little abruptly, but by then you already know how things will shake out.
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