Corinne and Zara Grayson are two sisters from Montana living a normal life. Until their father decides that his career is more important than being a parent. Overnight, the two girls find themselves facing tough choices, but no matter how much they would torment about it, at their age they don't know that the decisions are taken by others.
Corinne is a conscientious student, while Zara dreams to win a Grand Slam tournament. How will their dreams and desires blend in with the reality, how will they cope with a world full of obstacles and selfishness, but most importantly, how will they stick together?
Their life will have them all...tears, smiles, humiliation, success, loneliness, despair, but not love. And when they find love, under its different forms, will they recognize it? Will they have the courage to give up one another for the simple sensation of being loved?
“I don’t know how to control what I feel. I don’t know why, but I start thinking too much about Bill, and I have the sensation that I’m cheating on Corinne’s expectations regarding tennis. I’m feeling guilty.”
“You don’t have to feel guilty for doing something for yourself too.”
“For myself, I must only play tennis.”
“That’s not true. You can mix them up. There are many married players who play very well.”
“God, I’m not thinking about marriage at nineteen!”