Vaughn Yarborough is ready to trade the fame and glory of the international junior pro tennis circuit for college and a more settled life. First stop: spearhead a summer camp for underprivileged kids. The girl who’s agreed to run it with him has Vaughn more intrigued by the minute, but with the strict no-fraternizing rules, he’s got to figure out how not to fall for her.
When the boy Carlyn Sadowski has crushed on for years asks her to work with him for the summer, she has to pinch herself. When his world-famed coach offers her training for free, she can’t believe her luck. He could actually help her follow in her mother’s footsteps by playing college tennis. But when she finds out the catch is she’s got to convince Vaughn to go pro, Carlyn will have to decide between her dreams and the boy currently stealing her heart.
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book features a super-hot sports star, the shy girl looking to grow her confidence on and off the court, and late-night shenanigans that would make your camp counselor blush.
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5 stars: “I‘m totally in love with Courting Carlyn and I’m not even a tennis fan. It is no secret that I’m a fan of Melissa Chambers. Her books are addictive! I think Courting Carlyn is my new favourite. Vaughn Yarborough is swoon-worthy material and the romance had me hooked. This book is great. It has everything I look for; two misunderstood characters, romance and a great storyline.” – Danielle, Chapters Through Life
5 stars: “I absolutely adored Courting Carlyn. … I really liked that the romance wasn’t instant love. The build up was just right and it had all of the ingredients for a sweet summer contemporary romance book.” – Colleen, Colleen’s Conclusions
5 stars: “The honesty behind their stories, behind the whole story will make people love it as much as I did. Them being so relatable to us, will encourage and motivate YA readers, teenagers to not give up and go for their dreams.” – Edit~A, Let’s Talk About Books
5 stars: “Courting Carlyn is a first class swooning material. … I really enjoyed the book and I highly recommend it to anyone who fancies YA books about love, sports and interesting characters.” – Sabrina, I Speak Bookish