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The Academy is an international sports mecca for teen athletes There are only two ways in deep pockets or enough talent to score a scholarship Young tennis star Maya s dreams have finally come true when she earns a scholarship to The Academy Plucked from her small town, Maya moves to the sports training facility boarding school to hopefully start the beginning of her pro career But Maya s fantasy of The Academy doesn t quite match the reality Because where there are hot, talented teens, there s a lot of drama Meet the players Nicole A tennis star who feels threatened by Maya but she d never admit it Cleo Maya s rebel punk roommate who is nearing the top of the golf world Renee The gorgeous swimmer with enough money to buy her way into The Academy Travis The son of The Academy owner perfectly groomed to be the next NFL star Jake Travis younger brother the bad boy to his brother s good Yes Game On makes me smile It is a clean, refreshing, and endearing story about a 16 year old girl, Maya Hart, who moves from her small town in New York to The Academy The Academy is the 1 place for the elite athletes around the world This is where the best of the best are molded into superstars.Maya is talented, tall, blond, blue eyed, gorgeousand insecure Yep It s tough when everybody is just as good, or better, than you are She learns who her real friends are, what it takes to succeed, and most of all she decides what kind of person she is Her ups and downs are typical of any teenager, athlete or non athlete There are times I liked her and other moments, I didn t She s a typical 16 year old girl, learning as she goes sometimes the hard way Will she succeed Will she even stayor let her insecurity overtake her talent Does she get the right boy or not The secondary characters are just as memorable Nicole King is the reigning, American, women s tennis star Travis and Jake Reed are funny in that they re typical teenagers, with money They re the sons of the owner, who s a former NFL MVP, football players andboth interested in Maya Travis is the good son, Jake the bad boy and they re both relatable Which will Maya choose Love the character development, especially Maya s Love the struggles of teenagers.However, I want a bit tennis talk That s it.Recommended for everybody 12 up. I was wary of this book because it s written by a sports star, and the whole setting seemed stereotypical and like it s been done loads.I started reading the book and was hooked from the first page, the character was just so real and the tone of the character was good from the start The academy setting while being slightly done before, was different in the way that there was all kinds of sports there instead of just one and it wasn t just people who had a lot of money who had to pay to get again as students there, there where scholarship students who d got in on their own talent.Renee as a character was a surprise because I was expecting another Nicole, but she was the exact opposite and you can see the perspective from the point of view of a privileged girl who s been sent there even though she doesn t want to be there isn t as good at her chosen sport and you see the same with Jake The Jake Travis thing was slightly predictable and so was the Jake Nicole situation at the end of the book, when it started to play out, although at one point I was fooled by Nicole, right up until I started to put things together.It was just the sort of thing I like to relax with and not focus too much on, a nice bit of fluff, bit of a love triangle, cute little moments and so on A really good summer read and I can t wait for the next book in the series to see how it all plays out and progresses Would recommend this book for readers who like girly reads, as I myself do so I play tennis and I have to say there isn t much tennis in the book but it reminds me of Lauren Conrads style of writing which I loved I was hooked from the very first chapters and can t wait for the next book as this ends on a cliffhanger Not much to it but I really enjoyed this book and can t wait for the next one I love books set in a boarding school and to have such a competitive atmosphere was great It s not a hard read it s actually very simple but after a hard day, a light read is just perfect.