Pursuing The Goal [NOOK Book]

Overview


Chloe Andrews has been dominating Indiana soccer fields since grade school. Now in her last year of college she has one main goal to be the best. When an injury benches her, Chloe struggles to see what good can come from it. She doesn't trust God anyway, but why would He dash her dreams like this? Trevor Montgomery has goals of his own. He'd love to work for his alma mater, but for now he enjoys being assistant athletic trainer for an Indiana university. Helping beautiful Chloe Andrews recover from an injury is ...
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Pursuing The Goal

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Chloe Andrews has been dominating Indiana soccer fields since grade school. Now in her last year of college she has one main goal to be the best. When an injury benches her, Chloe struggles to see what good can come from it. She doesn't trust God anyway, but why would He dash her dreams like this? Trevor Montgomery has goals of his own. He'd love to work for his alma mater, but for now he enjoys being assistant athletic trainer for an Indiana university. Helping beautiful Chloe Andrews recover from an injury is the best part of his job - no matter how stubborn she is. A tragedy draws Trevor and Chloe closer together. But will a dream-come-true tear them apart? And will Chloe finally realize the best goal in life?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620299401
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Series: Truly Yours Digital Editions , #766
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 390,613
  • File size: 451 KB

Meet the Author


Jennifer Johnson and the world's most supportive redheaded husband have been happily married for over two decades. They have three of the most beautiful daughters on the planet and one amazing son-in-law. Jennifer is a sixth grade writing teacher in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. She is also a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. When she isn't teaching or writing, she enjoys shopping with her daughters, hanging out with her husband, Al, or her best friend, Robin, and playing on Facebook. Blessed beyond measure by her heavenly Father, Jennifer hopes to always think like a child--bigger than she can imagine and with complete faith. She'd love to hear from you.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2014

    it was a good story

    I really didn't like Chloe in the first part of the book. She seemed really self-centered and was so caught up in what she wanted, she refused to listen to what others had to say. She hurt her ankle and acted like a spoiled brat, refusing to listen to what the professionals had to say about treatment. She refused to go see her dying father for 9 months because it was hard for HER to see him like that--- when it should have been about what would bring the most joy and pleasure to her father. And she hated to see her fellow teamates succeed-- especially Molly , the girl who had taken her spot when Chloe was injured.

    Anyway... I didn't like her at first and really couldn't understand wat Trevor saw in her. But due to her injury and her geting to know Trevor, she really changed as a person. God worked in that situation to change things and help her grow as a person. And to draw her into a relationship with Him. And that was truly wonderful to see.
    Overall, the book was really good. Especially after the first few chapters.

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