Review for Game. Set. Match.

Review for Game. Set. Match.

Game. Set. Match. (Outer Banks Tennis Academy, #1) I normally don’t really like books about sports (any of them), so I was a bit hesitant to dive into this one. Especially since I didn’t know anything about tennis (just a few bits here and there).

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.

4 Stars

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