Virginia Miller is an up-and-coming tennis star. She's gone from a ratty tennis court in a park in south London, England, to the world's top training facility - Los Carlos Tennis Academy in California. In awe of the talent around her, Virginia is all the more determined to make the most of the opportunity and show that she's worthy of her place there. Her mentor, Nadia Gorlando, has every faith in her.
But Virginia finds herself distracted - Nadia, as well as being a top-notch tennis player, is seriously sexy, and Virginia's mind keeps wandering where it shouldn't. Will her crush get in the way of her career, or can she find a way to push the other woman out of her mind before it's too late?
©2016 Lucy Felthouse (P)2017 Lucy Felthouse
Mom of 3. Voracious reader and listener. If I don't have the ability to pick up a book, then I grab an audio book.
Yes, I enjoyed the narrators voice and the story was well written.
I really enjoyed all of them. I'm a sucker for a strong female and there were plenty of those in this story.
I laughed! I also got angry and upset, but that's to be expected given some of the content.
This is the first time I've listened to F/F romance and it won't be the last.
Too busy to read as much as I'd like, Audible is the perfect solution. I'm a romance reader mostly, but can stray into any story.
This is a short and sexy listen, slightly taboo about a tennis star and her trainer. I like a good short every now and then and this fit the bill. The story was great and it was super steamy.
Xanthia Bloom was a great narrator. Especially for this sort of book. She just had the right voice!
At one point in the plot it was developed poorly and for the events involved brushed aside quite quickly. Also I couldn't marry the main characters reaction or overreaction with how she briskly explained it away. I didn't mind Xanthia Bloom's narration as much in this book but at one point a male character was talking and there's little differentiation between he and the main female character bar the accent. 2.5 stars at most
the story was week written and enjoyable, my only complaint was that it was short. I usually like the long stories. the narration was great, although I found it was a little fast. I just slowed the speed down and it was much better. enjoyable one day quick listen.
Sweet Spot by Lucy Felthouse was a good quick read. Virginia is an up and coming tennis star. She begins training with her mentor Nadia. Things start getting distracting as well as heating up for both women. Xanthia Bloom did a great job narrating and bringing life to the characters.
If you want to know what it feels like to be with a woman and experience a climax than this is this story for you it is so spot on. I really enjoy this book. Back in my younger days I could relate to now all I can do squirm in my seat.
I received this free for an honest review from the author or narrator.
Sweet spot was a sweet little story. Due to it's shortness I feel I didn't get to know the characters very well. The story felt rushed. it was just ok for me.
Absolutely. The audio version is done to perfection.
Virginia, the protagonist. Totally believable as she goes from one emotional extreme to another and then back again -- no small challenge for both author and narrator; but it comes across perfectly.
Terrific performance. She handles the erotic scenes with gusto and perfectly charts the emotional roller coaster ridden by the lead character. I've got nothing but praise for how she handles the accents; the two central characters are American and British tennis players, and each sounds absolutely natural. Amazing how she does that.
It certainly was. A little slow getting started, perhaps; but really the time spent establishing the relationships and setting up the "twist" was well worth while in the long run.
The narration is awful, so rushed I couldn’t follow what was being said, ergo I had no idea what was going on. Maybe if the narrator slowed down...Sadly, I wasn’t able to listen to the story so my review is based on narration only. Maybe I’ll try to find a readable version and be able to provide feedback on the actual "book".
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