They're not bad, but they could be better. The first two seem a tad overexposed, lack contrast, and seem to have a bit too much magenta. All are easily enough corrected in post.
The other thing I'd say is to have her turn her head to camera left. Point her nose more to the side with the main light. You've got broad lighting here, and short lighting would probably be more flattering to her. You've managed to magnify some of her facial features that might have been better if reduced.
The third is the best, not because of the tone, but because the slight change in position makes the light more favorable to her. The expression is also much more natural and inviting.
Here's one of my attempts. Not a model, just a young woman that benefitted from short lighting: