Viva Jones was great once. A top ten tennis player with a grand slam trophy to her name, she had the world at her feet. Then an overzealous lineswoman’s bad call knocked her out of the US Open, and a persistent injury crushed her career. While battling to return to the game she loves, a chance meeting with the lineswoman, Gabriela, forces Viva to rethink the past…and the present.
Away from the court, Gabriela is sexy, athletic, and lives for her career as an umpire. She seems to be falling for Viva as hard and fast as Viva is for her. There’s just one problem: players and officials can’t date.
A lesbian romance about breaking all the rules.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Viva Jones is a top ten tennis player. Gabriela is a lineswoman who calls what she sees. The bad call of this lineswoman at the US Open and a bad and hurtful injury in her wrist makes Viva’s career go down. While she is recovering from her injury, she accidentally (literally) meets Gabriela and things start to change. The “only” problem: players and officials are not allowed to befriend. The plot is really well written. An absolute believable story as there are way too many rules nowadays when people cannot love whoever they want for whatever reason. In this case sports rules. Both characters are strong in their believes and work hard for what they want. It is an excellent story about breaking the rules to get what and who you want. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher