Book Review | Love Means Zero
Title: Love Means Zero
Author: Daisy Jordan
Miss Jordan gets an ace! Okay, maybe I didn’t use the tennis term correctly, but it’s still a great book. I think this book is written for a younger crowd (many profanities, sex, drinking, etc.) but will still appeal to a slightly older generation (like me, :P). It’s a fun read with lots of fun locations and a lot of tennis jargon, but still easy to follow.
Hilton Joliet is a big fan of tennis and a professional photographer. She’s working at a photo studio but would love to do more. While at a tournament she gets two scandalous pictures of the bad boy of tennis. The tennis magazine Game, Set, Match buys her pictures and hires her for her dream job, traveling the tennis tour. She jumps at the opportunity but her boyfriend, Luke, is less than thrilled. He’s finishing up his last year of law school and misses her terribly. He understands that it’s a big break for her, but it bothers him that she doesn’t seem to miss him while they’re apart.
As Hilton becomes friends with Tanner Bruin, one of the top tennis players on the tour, she starts to wonder if she’s meant to be with Luke. Making enemies of Haidin Bayliss (the bad boy) and his girlfriend, actress Aubrey Gage, Hilton has her hands full trying to stay out of trouble. When Luke keeps something from her and she finds out about it later, she has to decide whether her dream job is worth it or does love mean zero after all.
I received a copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this novel.*