Customer Review

Reviewed in Australia on 21 February 2020
You don't have to be a tennis tragic to love #NQ30love. But for those of us who are, this was the perfect book to have on the go during this year's summer of tennis.

No question you're getting a true insider's view of the world of international tennis. With the drama -- and yes, the romance -- on and off the court, I wasn't surprised to learn Sally Bradfield comes from a career on the WTA/ATP circuits. The promise of 'Exclusive player access' is well delivered.

I found it fresh and funny on every page with a terrific lead character. Katie Cook is very believable for her marketing hutzpah but also her ability to create chaos and stuff up even her own best interests. (I was sure I saw her buzzing around behind the players in the post-match interviews at the Oz Open!)

A real page turned from a super talented debut author. Can't wait to read What Katie Does Next.
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