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Book Review: Love means Zero by Daisy Jordan

Title: Love Means Zero
Author: Daisy Jordan
Publisher: Llumina Press
Published: August 14, 2010
ISBN:  978-1605945293

Summary: A chance encounter in a Rome hotel, two tremendously damaging photographs, and Hilton Joliet's life is instantly altered. Previously working a dead-end job as an assistant in a portrait studio, she is now a freelance photographer for Game Set Match magazine, "the Us Weekly of tennis," as she calls it. Thrown rapidly into a jet-setting life of world-class tennis, the best seats at the best matches, and trailing the hottest young tennis stars and their model and actress girlfriends, Hilton, a former tennis player herself, can't imagine a more fun job or a better way to jump-start her career while her boyfriend Luke finishes law school.

This is literally my dream!! (Well minus the whole tennis thing.)  I am somewhere taking pictures and they are bought by a magazine!!  Then the magazine loves me and my photos so much, they pay me (and for me) to travel around taking pictures.  This is what happens to Hilton.  She gets to travel around following the professional tennis tournaments and parting after with the world raked tennis stars!!  But the more she travels, the less she wants to settle down back in her small town.  even though her boyfriend and her had planned for her to travel while he finished law school, but now that that time has come.. well he is a little bitter about being stuck in Small Town, USA while Hilton travels the world.

This book is very well written and the characters come to life!  After 50 pages, you feel as if you actually know Hilton and her friends.  You are almost there with them New Years Eve while they party it up in NYC.  Daisy Jordan has other books about these friends and I am definitely going back to read them.  This book is a great light, fun read that is perfect for tennis fans and those who have never watched a match alike.

For more about the author and her novels go check out her {Guest Post}.  I highly recommend this book!!  Rating: Photobucket


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