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Not So Snow White

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  • Posted June 29, 2012

    This is a good story about coping with change. Tess learns a lot

    This is a good story about coping with change. Tess learns a lot about what is really important in her life and falls in love.

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  • Posted May 15, 2009

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    Cute story....

    Cute book.....the characters come to terms with her fall from grace and learns the value of love!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2007

    Suprisingly bad...

    I bought and read all the books in this series. I have enjoyed them and thought that this might be another winner. Unfortunately, this book is about the game of tennis and not the love story you expected. The romance appeared in the last 30 or so pages and that was it. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone. Really.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun sports romance

    Tess Hamilton has been on top of the tennis world for years, but failed to plan on a post sports future as she thought she had years to go. Poor investments and bad spending habits leave her near broke even as an injury may have ended her career. A desperate Tess decides she needs some sponsors so she hides her injuries hoping to bluff her way through a few victories due to her unbeatable reputation. --- Glass Slipper, Inc co-founder Aurora Favreaux knows something is wrong with Tess so she coaxes her friend to coach the new teenage phenomena fifteen years old Gabrielle Fontaine. Tess unenthusiastically accepts the job with plans to get back on the circuit as soon as possible. She finds her student is talented, but somewhat stubborn worse she finds herself attracted to Gaby's over-protective over bearing, older brother Max, who manages her tennis career. Max reluctantly agreed to hire Tess, but has doubts about a woman who has been tabloid heaven or hell (perspective) for fifteen years starting the same age as his sister is now. Neither understood what love in tennis really is before. --- The latest Glass Slippers tale (see SLEEPING WITH BEAUTY) is a fun sports romance starring an extremely responsible male and a great female athlete who knows what she has lost as her career begins to fade. Needing money due to poor financial management that left her broke and owing the IRS is why she took the job, but Aurora soon becomes more like a big sister to Gaby than just a coach and the soulmate to Max. Though some mixing of sports metaphors might Tee off fanatics NOT SO SNOW WHITE serves up a six love romance starring a couple of aces. --- Harriet Klausner

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