He's a game she never intended to play.
And she's the game changer he never knew he needed.
The Perfect Game tells the story of college juniors, Cassie Andrews & Jack Carter. When Cassie meets rising baseball hopeful Jack, she is determined to steer clear of him and his typical cocky attitude. But Jack has other things on his mind... like getting Cassie to give him the time of day.
They're both damaged, filled with mistrust and guarded before they find one another (and themselves) in this emotional journey about love and forgiveness. Strap yourselves for a ride that will not only break your heart, but put it back together.
Sometimes life gets ugly before it gets beautiful...
©2012 J. Sterling (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
One of my favorites. I bought it for my kindle originally and then audible had it available and I bought it there. So glad that I did cause I truly enjoy the emotion the narrator adds.
I liked how real the storyline is. You can relate to the characters.
I liked how her voice was able to interpret the emotions of the characters.
I have already pre-ordered the sequel for my kindle...I hope audible will get it!
The narrator was a little high pitched with her voice at times. Took me longer than normal to get used to her voice.
I still enjoyed!
Yes. I listened to it on a long drive and really enjoyed it. I was engaged the entire time.
I thought she did a fantastic job. A lot of narrators can be completely monotone and she poured emotion into every single character.
Probably Jack because he was the most mysterious to me. It's hard to imagine a person just changing course and falling for a woman after being more of a "player". But I just went along with it.
I found the story very real and I could relate with the main character. It was truly enjoyable to listen to.
Of course she was best as Cassie and it was obvious she had a connection to her.
Looking forward to the next book and I hope it's just as good as this one and I hope it keeps the same narrator!
The book was fine, it was the voice of the narrator that was a problem.
Voice was harsh and annoying. I could not listen to it.
This was a total disappointment. I will not buy another.
This is one of my favorite eBooks, and I bought the book because the sequel gets released next week and I don't have time to re-read it before it's released. So the story is great, but the audio ruins it for me. I dislike the narrator immensely. If I had paid more that 2 bucks for this I'd be ranting right now, but I am so disappointed. I am literally 5 minutes in and want to scratched my eardrums out. I don't think I will be able to finish this one and that irks the hell out of me cuz I have 8 more hours of work!
I don't think they try to match the voice with the character in the book. This Dara Rosenberg would be better suited in a quirky comedy like the vampire Molly Harper cooks and not a contemporary romance.
anyone with a smoother voice. her raspy one annoyed me. I like Jill Redfield from the Crossfire novels or I like Grace Grant and Justine O'Keefe. Um, I'd even pick the lady who handed me my Egg McMuffin through the drive through this morning.
The story is the redeeming quality.
The story was pretty good but the narrator not so much. Jack always sounded angry and some of the other men voices sounded like young girls. It really distracted from the book.
Best - The characters
Least - The horrible narration
Any. One. Else. She had horrible timing and couldn't seem to grasp the emotion behind some of the sentences. Plus, repeatedly mispronounced words. It was aggravating to listen to such a wonderful story being butchered.
I thought the story line was going well, but the narration did not help the story out. It was just a messed up story line that was hard to listen to with narration.
The premise was good, but boy, was it done badly! The story had the premises of a good story, but it was badly executed, and never delivered. I kept waiting for the book to take the next step forward, I was actually surprised when it just ended. I still don't know what the title refers to, other than a potential connection to the fact that the mail character is a baseball player? The story was simplistic, the situations contrived, and I found the main characters not to be believable. The secondary characters were actually more believable, perhaps because they didn't have to do too much. The switching of point of views was jarring, and again uneven. The book failed to make whatever point it was aiming at, which I'm not sure what it was. I'm not going to get into the story, not worth it.
The narration actually made the book even worse. Aside from the narrator's voice, which had a very flat tone, the timing and inflexion were uneven, at times able to bring in some emotion, at other totally flat. The punctuation was not always followed. The worse part is that the narrator was completely incapable of making male voices, I often had trouble distinguishing who was supposed to be talking. Save the credit, skip this.
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