by Taylor Jenkins Reid follows the career comeback of a tennis star determined to defend her record. In the 1980s, Carrie Soto dominated the tennis world, winning twenty Grand Slams and seeming unbeatable. But, six years after her retirement in 1994, Carrie watches as her record is snatched by a newcomer, Nicki Chan, and makes the unlikely decision to return to tennis at the age of 37. Throughout her career, Carrie has been coached by her father, Javiar, a tennis great in his own right. But, for her re-entry to succeed, and for the record to be hers again, she’s also got to enlist another training partner: 39-year-old Bowe Huntley, a player she’d had a rocky fling with years before. Fans of Jenkins Reid’s other books will relish this tale of ambition and romance against the odds.