As she gets to grips with turning forty, Suzi is more than happy to have settled for a part-time lover rather than a full-time husband. She relishes her independence and, what with the constant battle to keep her best friend, her life is busy enough. She knows that boyfriend Michael isn't so much Mr. Right as Mr. Right Now. So she's baffled by his decision to give up his job to become a musician. And terrified by the news that he's expecting to move in with her.
At least down at her local tennis club Suzi can leaver her troubles behind her. In fact, she can't help but feel that life would be so much simpler if it were played like mixed doubles: with set rules, someone to keep score and where changing partners is all too easy.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|File size:||328 KB|
About the Author
Anna Cheska is the author of Moving to the Country and Drop Dead Gorgeous, among other books. She lives in West Sussex with her three children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was excited about reading this book because I love tennis and thought a tennis romance novel would be fun. It started out pretty good, but became a bit stale and boring. Then to top it off, it ended very suddenly without much development. I was pretty disappointed.