The Hitting Zone

After a near death experience thanks to his own mother, Jake Hollander has an adverse reaction to people, baseball, and family. His feeling of abandonment is slowly lost thanks to his foster family, The Atkins. They take him in and change his mind about everything. He becomes more open, better at baseball, and craves for family. Slowly all wishes are granted. Instagram: @writerhalf_empty https://www.patreon.com/half_empty ~~The Last Curve can be found there, a short story about Rhys Please read on Webnovel! **Names, faces, and places aren’t real. A work of fiction. Nonetheless, it is my work of fiction so please don’t post it without permission. *I have used school names that do exist though, but I would like everyone to know that I have no affiliation with them. Nor do my views reflect their views. **Also, I bought the royalty-free license for my cover. Which means I can use it without having to pay royalties. If you have any questions, comment on my latest chapter or reach me on discord.

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We talked with Mr. Cameron more about our playing and games we looked forward to. Then it was time to go home. On the way, Noah told Mom about us going to Alisha's to hangout. 

Dave raised an eyebrow. "You're not going to Garret's? He sent out a text. He's having a small get together to celebrate his perfect game."

"We'll go to the next one." Noah shrugged. "It'd be too mean to bail on Alisha and Kaylee now."

"Bring them with. I'm taking Marie." Kyle said. 

Noah made a face that Kyle couldn't see. He still had some feelings about Marie and he wasn't alone. "No. It's okay." He looked to the front of the car where Dad was driving. "Dad, can you pick us up later tonight?"

"The twins can pick you two up on their way home." He suggested. 

Noah rolled his eyes. "I don't think Alisha's parents will let us stay over until midnight."

"Then I'll shorten their curfew to 10pm."

"Noooo." Dave groaned.