Jack and Cassie have been through so much, but have always come out together and stronger. As they settle into married life, things finally seem to going their way, until Jack injures his pitching hand. With the fate of his baseball career shrouded in uncertainty, Jack must face an important question - who is he without baseball? As he heals, Jack struggles to define himself and finds that sometimes your priorities in life change. And for the first time in his life, Jack finds himself questioning what he is willing to sacrifice for the game he loves.
Jack F'n Carter. It's always a little sad to say goodbye to one of my book boyfriends, but I have to say that I am quite pleased with how his story concludes. J. Sterling does a perfect job of tying up all of the loose ends and I think that fans of this series will be pleased. The story was a little predictable and lack some of the drama the other two books had, but that makes sense considering this is the end. Everything felt settled, and I think that it was the perfect send off for Jack Carter. I felt that his character grew the most in this book. He became more than just a hot, arrogant ball player in this book. He matured into man - still hot and arrogant, but more grounded and centered. It's amazing how sometimes what seems like a curse can actually be a blessing...giving us room to remember what is truly important in life. The perfect 9th inning for Jack F'n Carter.