Read The Perfect Game read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. The Perfect Game is a Romance novel by J. Sterling. Read The Perfect Game: A Novel (The Game Series Book 1) PDF Ebook by J. Sterling. Lake Union Publishing, ePUB B00C3M26TQ, SCRIBD. Editorial Reviews. Review. "If you have yet to meet Jack F'n Carter, then I highly advise that you seek help because it is a crime to not know who he is.

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The Perfect Game book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. He's a game she never intended to play. And she's the game cha. He's a game she never intended to play. And she's the game changer he never knew he Perfect Game tells the story of college juniors, Cassie. The perfect game j sterling pdf scribd. Epic Reads Book Club: DONT TOUCH by Rachel M. Wilson - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text file.

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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The Game Changer: A Novel. The Sweetest Game: The Other Game: My Life in Shambles: A Standalone Romance. Bitter Rivals: An Enemies to Lovers Romance. No Bad Days: Editorial Reviews Review "If you have yet to meet Jack F'n Carter, then I highly advise that you seek help because it is a crime to not know who he is.

This is not a must read book This book exhausted me I felt so many emotions when reading it and just when I thought things couldn't get any more dramatic and "angsty" A great read!!!! Sterling started writing after getting fired from her last job.

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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. I have no idea how to express how I feel about this book accurately. It was completely cliched with everything from the supportive best friend Melissa , to the helpful male in this case Jack's brother, Dean , to the bad boy Jack who instantly changes his ways within days of meeting our heroine , to a hokey nickname kitten to a predictable climax he cheats on her , to an even more predictable ending they reconcile.

The thing is I don't mind predictable. People like them. There's something comforting about slipping on a romantic comedy knowing that despite the friction the couple on screen will have their happily ever after.

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But what I didn't like? I hated that our heroine, Cassie, didn't show ANY backbone. She's apparently a girl with trust issues and a list of rules she believes people should live by In fact, when Jack cheats on her she hardly gets angry with him. When Jack's infidelity is the talk of the school-- essentially humiliating her, she doesn't get even. She just begs to have him back!

And then when he denies her It was mind-boggling. I really wish the author had taken her time and developed this part of the story a little more.

It felt rushed. I know there are two more books in the series and I wish she'd have used one of them to let our couple take a much needed break from each other and to let our heroine, Cassie, develop a little more of a backbone. All and all, the book is like a lifetime movie. Not great, but sometimes you just need something predictable.

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Paperback Verified download. I have wanted to read The Perfect Game for such a long time, it's been sitting on my kindle for years, but for whatever reason I never found the time to read it until I received a signed copy in the mail.

After reading it, I really wonder why on earth I even waited so long to dig into it. One thing that I noticed before I started this book, is that there are two very distinct camps: I never saw a middle ground.

As I started reading the reviews, my interest became more piqued to say the least and I really wanted to know why there was such a split between the two groups. As I started reading, I quickly figured out why you either loved it or hated it. That's pretty much where the similarities end. Not saying that one author is better than the other, just that I have my own preferences when it comes to my bad boys.

I was really disappointed to see people really angry about these two books being so similar in nature. But that is the really funny thing about books, no story is truly the same.

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What I really liked the most about this book was Cassie. One minute I'm beaming and the next I feel sick. The banter between Jack and Cassie was fabulous! I loved it! I laughed and giggled and had that stupid grin on my face until things got serious, like What the hell J? Why you gotta play me like that? What Jack did was not forgivable in my eyes.

Normally, I do forgive pretty easy, but it's the events that transpired after and Jack's way of thinking that really had me wanting to give him a swift kick to his groin. I started to loathe him with every bone in my body.

I felt every damn emotion that Cassie went through. The words shot right through me to the point where I wanted to cry and hug Cassie.

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I understand why Jack took the path that he did because of his upbringing, but damn he is one stubborn hardheaded man! Jack paid for his actions in the worst way, I believe. It took time, but he proved to Cassie that there would never be anyone else but her. This story has two point of views and if it wasn't for that, I may have thought differently in the end.

Jack loved Cassie with all his heart.

He knew he screwed up but and worked it back to the way it was suppose to be. I take it back. I didn't think it was going to be possible since he screwed up royally He is forgiven! Jack totally melted my heart in the end. So then I'm all like Dean worships the ground Jack walks on. Every character, every situation, every nuance was do different when seen from Dean's eyes.

I mean, we get to see a completely different side of Jack. Sure, Jack is still the same cocky, alpha, crazy protective bastard but he has this soft cuddly bear side that only his family gets to see. We had glimpses of this when he was with Cassie but definitely not to this extent.

One word It was nice to see his relationship with Cassie as well. The trust, love and respect he has for her and of course all the times when he referred to Cassie his sister.

Though Jenn never shows how it happened you get it from their daughters POV. His frame of mind, his behavior and the hurt he experienced at his own expense was all magnified ten-fold.Jack has commitment issues, which is why he never sleeps with the same girl twice. Like real tears! She could have stayed there, but she knewit would just be more ofthe same— gorgeous people consumed bycelebrity, fame, realityTV, and their future careers.

You would end up looking like a walking piece of art each time you stepped out of the house. Baseball has always been everything to Jack. Today was the perfect example of the latter. Jack loved Cassie with all his heart.

Everybody's like, 'He's no item. NOPE apparently she comes in second despite her willingness to take the bastard back.

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