hehehe okay so I made it back from Australia, and yes I owe you all a blog about that Trip and when I can sit down and do it justice from beginning to end (in a day or so) I will. But for now let's just say IT ROCKED!!!! I had so much fun, made new friends, and met some friends from the net. The conference was awesome....authors and readers you gotta book in for the next one it was so worth it.
I'll give the full scoop soon. :)
Anyway I came home to this fabulous review from Ck's Kwips and Kritiques
last time Jesse visited her father, the visit was less than
spectacular. However now that her mother has died she feels the need to
make that connection with the man she has never got the chance to know.
In Santa Fe, where her dad was the coach of the Santa Fe Devils, was
not only a team that thinks of her as a jinx, but the man that thinks
she’s a brat… Trevor Malone.
Malone is at a precarious stage of his career when a litany of life
changing events happens, literally all at once. He gets injured and has
a chance to step back and look at where he is and what he wants. Jesse
the coach’s daughter is back… and this time she is different.
tragedy shared is not a tragedy halved as Jesse and Trevor quickly find
out, but with an attraction that cannot be denied they come together
despite their emotional instability. Life has a way of getting into the
mix of things when you least expect it and Trevor and Jesse have a long
battle finding their way home.
is my first read by Ms. Ryan and it was an absolute pleasure. We are
introduced to Jesse who comes with her set of scars and fears, but she
is also determined to take things in stride and get on with the choices
that are available to her. She has a lot to deal with and adjust to,
but with Trevor’s help she learns more about herself and the people she
star pitcher for the Santa Fe Devils, is going through his own share of
trauma as well, injured and having the reality of life literally catch
up with him is an eye opening situation that catches Trevor unawares.
He clings to Jesse to get him through it.
and Trevor’s love is a gentle process that builds from friendship and
overcomes a lot to be a force that they cannot deny. The supporting
cast lends themselves to not only making them stronger people but also
let them know and understand the quality of the love that they have for
Jordana Ryan has penned a fantastic novel with Perfect Game
that drags you through the emotional battlefield of life and love with
characters who have found each other at the time they need each other.
You’ll shed tears and fall in love all over again.
Reviewed by Sandra
I am so happy with this review!!!! :) This book is my love child and this review makes me feel so good! Thank you Sandra!!