Swim Recruit

Swim Recruit

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by Jennifer Lane
     
 

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Not long after Abby Donahue’s family falls apart, she escapes on an airplane to Chicago for a recruiting trip. A talented high-school swimmer, Abby hopes to score both a college scholarship and some distance from her parents' recent divorce. But is this university for her?


Her first encounter with freshman swimmer Reese McGowan makes her

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Overview

Not long after Abby Donahue’s family falls apart, she escapes on an airplane to Chicago for a recruiting trip. A talented high-school swimmer, Abby hopes to score both a college scholarship and some distance from her parents' recent divorce. But is this university for her?


Her first encounter with freshman swimmer Reese McGowan makes her nervous. He’s a tall backstroker with a mess of blond hair, glittering aquamarine eyes, and a suspension from the team for badmouthing the school to another recruit. As Abby unravels the mystery underlying Reese’s disdain, she begins to unlock her own hidden emotions about her father. Together Abby and Reese battle bullies on the team and inner demons, learning that flipper feet and fighting for family can actually be a good thing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044896642
Publisher:
Jennifer Lane
Publication date:
09/02/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
182,747
File size:
187 KB

Meet the Author

People fascinate the psychologist/author (psycho author) known as Jennifer Lane. Her therapy clients talk to her all day long about their dreams and secrets, and her characters tell her their stories at night. Jen delights in peeling away the layers to scrutinize their psyches and emotions. But please rest assured, dear reader, she isn't psychoanalyzing you right now. She's already got too many voices in her head!

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Swim Recruit 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful story. It was very interesting, one topic was about being gay. The other is about swimming, and scholierships. Very good. J..... :)
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