Book Review: Game Changer

Game Changer by J Sterling: Jack appeared at my door last night after six months of no communication wearing a Mets jersey and holding a dozen red roses. He told me he was sorry, that he loved me, and that he would earn my trust again. It took everything in me to not fall apart at the mere sight of him. I wanted to take him back into my life, but I needed to know that this time it would be forever…
In J. Sterling’s highly anticipated follow-up to her USA Today bestselling novel The Perfect Game, Jack and Cassie quickly realize that their new lifestyle can often be cruel and unforgiving. Their happiness is put to the test as the past is never truly far behind.

How do you stay together when the world's trying to tear you apart?

File Size: 569 KB
Print Length: 320 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1477808663
Publisher: Amazon Publishing (June 25, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Enabled
Lending: Enabled

TeriLyn's thoughts: I'm disappointed in this. I wasn't expecting the entire book to be the period of time between the events of the last chapter and the epilogue of The Perfect Game. I was hoping for more of a progression of their lives beyond the engagement. I loved The Perfect Game so to be disappointed in this is hard to swallow.

The first 30 or so percent of the book I thought Jack and Cassie were so juvenile. I don't know what it was, the dialogue maybe but it felt unnatural and lacking any real growth. Neither of them frustrated me in the first book, not even Jack and his philandering. He was good in this constantly proving himself to Cassie but she was downright annoying at times. Not making up her mind, not letting him in. Doing exactly what was in direct contradiction of her own 'rules'. I liked the HEA of course. And I dug Jack. But I expected more, waited a long time to read this and was unfortunately disappointed.

Lori L. Clark

She Reads New Adult Admin: Lori L. Clark

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