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In the high stakes world of women's tennis, love means nothing. Or at least that's how Sinjin Smythe sees it. Then she begins to fall for her friend and former doubles partner Laure Fortescue. Having had her heart broken by one player, Sinjin isn't willing to have it happen again. The talented but oft-injured Brit enters Wimbledon fighting her feelings - and struggling to resurrect her career.

Laure Fortescue has fame, fortune, and a ranking inside the top 10. She has everything she ever wanted. Everything except Sinjin Smythe. As a rule, Laure doesn't date other players. A rule she would gladly break if it means winning Sinjin's heart.

Both women reach Wimbledon desperate to claim tennis's crown jewel - Sinjin because it would be her greatest victory, Laure because it could be her last.

Where does love fit in a game that only one can win?

©2011 Yolanda Wallace (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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Great Tennis Lesson

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Produce an actual story! I now know more about tennis than I ever wanted!

Would you ever listen to anything by Yolanda Wallace again?

Doubtful.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Too much variation in volume with attempts to cover the various accents. Why do the narrators let us down so often while attempting to be actors and not simply storytellers?

Was Lucky Loser worth the listening time?

Not really

2 of 3 people found this review helpful