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Which got me to thinking Looking around the various resources on the internet, there have been plenty of free, good rule sets available over the years. EPUB and MOBI formats are becoming the gradual standard in digital publishing for mobile platforms, and is even showing up as a format for distributing rule sets, as I reported in March of last year on 3PoS. I think this is a great trend-- I've been running miniature games using only an Ipad lately-- which works if the game isn't TOO complicated.

Hmmm, he said, stroking his chin.. As a learning experience, I've downloaded a few and converted them in various ways-- text to epub, html to epub, pdf to epub, etc. 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 This is a great story of love, loss and redemption and it just goes to show that love can conquer all. People are meant to make mistakes and that's what makes us human. Sometimes it's the mistakes lead you in the wrong direction and other times in the right.

I think if you love someone deep down with all of you, you can overcome anything. Why not that extra half star, you ask? Simply because I think Jack knew what he was doing subconsciously, maybe not, but and he wore a METS shirt in the end. No way! Overall thoughts? Jenn, can we be BFF's? Oct 09, Angie - Angie's Dreamy Reads rated it it was amazing.

A book that takes you from happy, to thrilled, to anxious, to sad, to gutted, to depressed, to on top of the freaking world. An amazing book to me, is a book that I will remember almost every moment once I've read it.

It's a book that devours my heart, soul and mind. It sticks with me and when it ends I want to cry because I'm so attached to each of the characters, that the thought of my journey ending devastates me. That's MY mark, that tells me if a book is an absolute favorite!

The Perfect Game by Jenn Sterling hit all of those points and more. He's taken with her the first time he sees her and try's to get her to go on a date with him. Cassie sees him for what he is and knows he's trouble just from looking at him. She really wants nothing to do with him but Jack is persistent and finally wears her down until she agrees to a first date.

Jack had me so completely and utterly in love with him, I couldn't see straight. Being with him is a battle for Cassie though because they both have some serious issues with trust that stem from their childhood. Cassie has daddy issues and Jack has abandonment issues that makes trusting each other hard. It believes anything," I said, clutching my chest above my left breast. He laughed his eyes glued to my hand.

What does your head tell you then? I think I stopped breathing, clutched my chest and thought I was going to die!!! I know, I know I'm being a tad bit melodramatic but I was in physical pain, my chest ached, my heart was shattered and I didn't think I'd be able to recover BUT I did!!!!!

I seriously LOVE books that rock me to my core like that I meant it. I didn't mean that I'd love you only if it was easy, or only if it was drama-free. I think we both know life isn't like that. I haven't felt this strongly towards a book in awhile and it's such a awesome, refreshing feeling. In all honesty I almost didn't pick this book up but I am so glad that I did.

It's a favorite of mine this year and I loved every second of reading it. I couldn't help it. View all 46 comments. Aug 24, Tough Critic Book Reviews rated it liked it. Sometimes I feel exactly like Julia Roberts, except my hair is a very unique shade of red called brown , my lips are in proportion to my body and I would never ever teach Richard Gere how to drive a stick.

So why birth this randomness?? She slowly takes a bite, pauses, then says I was somewhere between three and four stars for most of the book. However, somewhere in the second half there was some major five starness that jumped up and bit me on the ass. I was so confused. The author had the perfect set up for something amazing.

A buildup with so much sexual tension that I'd need a hazmat suit just to read it, but it was rushed. It came too quick; it happened too fast.

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Draw it out Let me find out how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop! The banter had its great moments Scripted in a way. I also don't think I liked Cassie as much as I was suppose to. I didn't NOT like her, but I didn't love her either Maybe it was because she didn't have a penis.

Speaking of penis, did I mention how much I love Jack?? Yes, he totally broke my heart. The type of broken where my whole body tensed and I felt like I was going to be sick.

But like any broken heart, it can be fixed The ending was absolutely amazing I respect any book that can not only make me feel, but make me feel real emotions! The Perfect Game did that. Sterling had her finger on the pulse of something amazing. And even though it wasn't OMG great View all 21 comments.

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Nov 17, Debra rated it liked it Shelves: I mean, really… This book View all 74 comments. Dec 21, Elizabeth rated it did not like it Recommends it for: No one not actively seeking a lobotomy. Recommended to Elizabeth by: Thankfully no one, otherwise I'd be getting arrested for murder.

The Perfect Lobotomy, due to all the brain cells that were destroyed during its reading. This book was an epic That's right. I not only wished death on these characters, I wished for it to be slow and painful, preferrably consisting of some kind of flesh eating disease that rotted off body parts but kept their minds clear and lucid.

It was like that. The beginning of this book was okay, formulaic, but okay. It's the same ole, same ole really: Y'all know the girl for the job, right? Yep, you guessed it, she's the only one around who can't stand him of course. Yeah, totally formulaic. But that I can deal with to an extent if the baser story is interesting. Only it's not.

It's a maddening exercise in futility. The author chose to show us the beginning of the relationship. The one where Jack is shamelessly chasing Cassie around poking and prodding her, vacillating between uber-jerk and charmer, all in attempt to get her to go out with him. Because folks, she's just that speshul. Once said date is secured, Jack proceeds to interrupt it halfway through to smash someone's face in.

No kidding. Then, if that's not bad enough, the author fast-forwards the timeline by one month.

Excuse me? I actually had to go back to make certain I wasn't reading that incorrectly. What happened to those all important "getting to know you" aspects? Not there. Guess what, we jump back into the story and these dipshits are screwing and spouting promises of forever love.

Hold the fuck up. I guess that's one way of skirting the insta-love claim. Except it's not, it's cheating. And I really, really hate cheating. It's also lazy and I hate that too. From there the relationship between Jack and Cassie was: Very little time is given to allow for any sort of normalcy before BAM! That's right, Jack goes to an away-game and some mean girls approach a very easily influenced Cassie with some pics of him at a hotel with another girl.

She immediately believes them, though the photos were less than incriminating, and refuses to speak with Jack. Oh the swoony drama. It's stupid, but I was willing to let it go and chaulk it up to young adults being young adults. Hey, I'm not that old, I remember the days, things could get pretty dramatic back them. So it got a pass. But by then I was suspicious. Because it was so early in the story. Moving on. The two lovebirds work out their little misunderstanding and all is good briefly until Jack gets drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league team.

Shortly after which, he cheats on Cassie for reals. And this, my friends, is where the story nosedives.

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Grab your parachutes and walk calmly to the nearest exit because this mother is going down. Baseball super fangirl and whore the author's words, not mine Chrystle gets knocked up and Jack decides that doing the right thing includes dumping Cassie the love of his life and marrying Chrystle.

And Cassie goes from broken hearted to begging for him to come back to her in 2. Which Jack promptly shuts down, noting that his parents ruined him by abandoning him so he must do the right thing. Remember folks, he's damaged. What in all that is holy in this world is wrong with this bitch? Can someone please tell me? Can't you please have some self-respect? Apparently not, because she even goes so far as to fly out to Alabama to beg Jack to take her back the night before his nuptials.

And the asshat leaves her crying in a parking lot as he drives off with Chrystle the whore again, the author's words, not mine. That, as they say, would have been a wrap for me. But, oh no, Cassie is far too in love to let a little pregancy and a marriage shake her resolve. So not sexy. Here's a list of not-sexy things for your perusing pleasure: Begging someone who's hurt you in the most heinous way to take you back, especially when they don't want to.

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Continually chastising yourself that you should have worked harder to make things better for your lying, cheating bastard of a man. Raising a baby in a loveless marriage, because that's the way babies should grow up - who needs loving parents when you can have your sperm donor stick around to raise you? What the hell planet are these people living on?

Excuse me while I: Oh, but it gets worse. From there we discover the whole "baby" thing was all just a ruse by Chrystle to get a rock on her finger and after Jack finds out, he goes running back to Cassie with his tail between his legs.

It's only then that Cassie does the first sensible thing in this entire book don't worry, it doesn't last long , she leaves for her new job in New York and tells Jack that if he wants her back he has to prove himself.

So what does the asshat do to prove himself? He doesn't call or see her for six months. Yep, that's what I always do to show the people I love that I'm seeking their forgiveness. Works every time. More fuckery ensues when Cassie finally decides to move on with another guy who takes her to? Yep, a baseball game, where Jack just happens to be pitching.

He sees her, they share a moment, and then she calls to tell him she misses him. Except he doesn't return the call. Two whole weeks go by before Jack sends Cassie a bunch of stupid gifts and then shows up on her doorstep.

I call bullshit. Bullshit on Jack. Bullshit on Cassie. And bullshit on the author. This is the most absurd and idiotic relationship I have ever encountered. With the most absurd and idiotic story arcs ever. I was practically pulling my hair out during this entire book. Really, all this was was an angstfest. It went from one misunderstanding or argument to another. There was no character development, no firm story except this twisted ass love affair, and absolutely no redeeming qualities in these characters.

Cassie was forever whimpering and whining about how she couldn't live without Jack and how she needed to win him back. Jack was forever whimpering and whining about how he didn't deserve Cassie while he stuck his dick in some other chick.

I just saved you the trouble of reading this tripe. In the final scene in the book, pre-epilogue, where Jack is spewing lovey dovey at Cassie, I know we're supposed to forgive him.

Only it's too little, too late. So much fuckery has happened at that point that I simply didn't care. I hated Jack. I hated Cassie. And I couldn't have given a shit if I'd been paid to. You want to read a book about cheating where the author actually gets it right?

Read True Love Story. Ian cheats on Sparrow and guess what? By the time they do, Ian is thoroughly and undoubtedly changed. The reason I know this is because the author took her time to develop the characters before eviscerating them.

You knew the before Ian and the after Ian intimately and you saw his pain and anguish as he dealt with what he'd done to Sparrow. That, is how you do a story on cheating. This, is how you kill my brain cells.

Aside from all the above noted B. Like, seriously beat. Again, this book is all about the drama. The crap that went down with the police and subsequently the legal system would never have happened that way.

A violent offender would never be given an opportunity to plead no contest within hours of arrest, not even in Cali. Sorry, worked in this field most of my adult life and know the system well. Other characters are one-dimensional and flat, adding little or nothing at all to the story. They're so vanilla they all sounded alike and when they were all in a scene together I couldn't tell one from another.

The POV's were a hot mess. The author dedicated only a small fraction of it to Jack and it made the whole book seem stilted and unnatural. God, I could probalby go on forever, but I have other books to read. Good books. Books I'm looking forward to. Books I'm hoping will help me forget the horror I just endured.

Well fuck me running. On the author's thank you page she gives a shout out to the real Jack Carter. The world as we know it is over. This man exists somewhere out there. Hide your daughters, aunts, nanas, moms, distant cousins and not so distant cousins, and any other women you even remotely like I'm currently seeking a restraining order. View all 28 comments. Oct 14, Belle rated it it was ok Shelves: I usually love the ones centered around people in college etc.

I absolutely loved the characters in the beginning, with Jack's protective, overbearing, loving, passionate and cocky attitude and Cassies "kittens" tough, beautiful and strong personality. The storyline was going so well.. I'll admit the way it happened seemed pretty believable to me, and I can understand how Sterling wanted to portray a real relationship -with all its flaws- and cheating, as sad as it is, is a common occurrence nowadays.

For one Jack hardly fought for Cassie even after he finds out the truth waiting is a pretty lame excuse , he gets MARRIED for god's sake because he believes he needs to be a part of his child's life.. I mean after this whole incident his character was lost to me. Secondly Cassie.. I mean he freaking cheated on you, and you want him back literally straight away!! How is that normal! I know you love him but geez. You try to go to Jack and make him stop - he doesn't listen to you and basically spits in your face with his new girl - and then as soon as he comes crawling back you forgive him instantly.

All the strength I had admired in her character, was completely spoiled for me. I don't know how to rate this book.. I'll give it a 2 overall.. I liked the beginning and ending sure -sweet gesture - but the nonexistent character arc more like character deterioration made the potential 2. View all 22 comments. Oct 19, Duchess Crystal rated it really liked it Shelves: The Perfect Game Ingredients: Cassie Andrews and Jack "Fucking" Carter are both juniors at college.

He never She has trust issues because of her dad always promising things to her and never delivering. She has a set of rules for a happy life 1-Don't lie.

Pretty simple and easy rules for anyone to follow right? Whelp, I would think so but someone by the name of Jack "Fucking" Carter ends up breaking one or more. Which one? Oh i'm not telling. You have to read the book to find out. The one that he did break, broke my heart.

I wanted to cry and shout out loud Like Sally Fields in Steel Magnolias. Jack has abandonment issues from when he was a child you're heart will just break reading about this and so he never has had a relationship before. That is until he meets Cassie at a frat party one night. There is just something about her that pulls him in and he just can't stay away. She is his game changer. The one that he will give up anything and everything for. You would think the hurting would stop there but oh no.

It continues and continues. That said person goes on the I Hate Bekah List for sure. I must say that Jack does redeem himself and my heart was just bursting with happiness and giddiness view spoiler [ it felt like I was getting all those gifts from Jack hide spoiler ].

This book will have your emotions all over the place and you will enjoy every second of it. Happy Reading: This book contains cheating if you do not like that in your read please move on. Everybody's like, 'He's no item. Please don't like him. He don't wife 'em, he one nights 'em! After reading this you will never be able to look at a quarter the same way again. But here's the thing about baseball, Kitten. There's an expiration date for every single one of us that plays and we all know it.

Eventually my baseball career will come to an end, and I can live with that, but I can't live without you. This man had me wrapped around his pinky. And then he crushed me, and I broke into a million tiny pieces that scattered away the second the wind blew.

He is a baseball player. A pitcher with a fastball that has scouts lined up to watch him play. He is also known as a man-whore on campus. A man-whore who has never slept with the same girl twice. When Melissa, Cassie's best-friend and roommate sees Cassie spot Jack. She puts the brakes on and asks Cassie to promise her that she will steer clear of him.

Cassie promises Jack zero's in on Cassie and her constant rejection spurs him on. He wants her now and he won't stop until he gets her.

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They share some similarities so they can both understand where the other is coming from. I did like her but i could not connect to her. They're both damaged, filled with mistrust and guarded before they find one another and themselves in this emotional journey about love and forgiveness.

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And this, my friends, is where the story nosedives. So then I'm all like