Luckily, while this book is also about tennis, it is mostly about our three main girls and their relationships. With each other, but also with their love interests.
I really liked that we got to see the POV for all 3 characters and that when they switched you soon found out who was the main girl this time. That isn’t always the case with books, I have dropped many a book because they just randomly switched between characters.
The story was good, I really liked the girl, ok Jasmine was a bitch (pardon my French), but she grew, and I grew to like her.
Indy (or Indiana) and Penny were both great characters from the start. Both driven to win and train, they were also soon friends with each other.
I can say, I really enjoyed this book. It had good characters, nice romance, the tennis part was also well executed (from what I could see, the author got all the facts right). So here is me, hoping for more, more of this series. Since I think there is enough to tell, and still enough for the girls to do.
I normally avoid NA, since mostly it features sex and such, but this one only had a few hints to things happening, nothing really big. Still I would say 16/17+ for this book.
I would recommend this book to those who: like sport (in this case: tennis), romance, good character development and of course who don’t mind multiple POVs.