Book: Streamline by Jennifer Lanecategories: Book, Young Adult, Military, Family, Swimming, Murder Mystery, Abuse, Naval Academy, High School, Sacrifice, Physical Disability, New Adult, Sports Romance
Jennifer Laneabout this book: Leo Scott has it all--looks, brains, swimming talent. But he'll never meet the impossible standards of his abusive father, Commander James Scott. Audrey Rose is also a talented swimmer and student. But her father (her biggest fan) is in the brig, convicted of murder. Bolstered by their young love, Leo and Audrey will have to fight for their futures, for their fathers, and for each other.
Streamline is a Young Adult sports romance that's appropriate for the upper YA - New Adult crowd. It's a swimming-military-murder-mystery journeying from the beaches of Pensacola to the Naval Academy of Annapolis. It's one young man striving for redemption despite the resistance his abusive father throws in his way. It's a sweet romance and an intense story about healing and hope.
Reviewer Dani from Refracted Light Reviews writes:
"Overall, Streamline is a wonderfully, emotionally complex story about the ones we love, the ones we hurt, the mistakes that break the human heart, and the unconditional love that puts the pieces back together."
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