From the bestselling author of MALIBU RISING, DAISY JONES & THE SIX and THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO
´It made me cry twice, and when I finished reading, I had to sit for a minute with the hole it left in my chest . . . just order it´ EMILY HENRY
´A crowd-pleaser. Taylor Jenkins Reid captures all the sweat, rivalry and glamour of elite sport´ THE TIMES
´Jenkins Reid has written yet another page turner . . . [it] will have you hooked´ INDEPENDENT
Carrie Soto is the greatest player the world has ever seen.
But six years after her last match, she watches a young British tennis player steal her world record - and Carrie knows she has to go back and reclaim her rightful place at the top. Even if the world doesn´t believe in her. Even if it almost breaks her.
This is a story about the cost of greatness and the burden of fame.
The fight for a place in history is about to begin . . .
´It artfully combines the heady glamour of elite sport with questions about what happens when we find ourselves winning professionally, but losing personally´ STYLIST
´A portrait of female ambition in all its raw and divine glory, Carrie Soto will stay with you long after the last page is turned´ ERIN KELLY