- What a wonderful book. I have enjoyed everything that Tudor Robins has written, but I think this is the best so far. I laughed and I cried. The author is very good at describing the emotions that go along with owning and riding a horse. She is also very skilled at developing interesting and multi-faceted characters. I loved the hope in this book. A great read, I highly recommend.
- Well-written, insightful, delicate turns of phrases. Ms Tudor has a fine way of moving her stories forward while explaining true horsemanship and the people who love them. Cannot wait to start her next book and fervently hope she continues telling us of Em’s life and loves.
So, when Mavis’s dad loses his job, and Ava must go up for sale, Mavis is swamped with … relief.
She knows it’s the wrong thing to feel, but Mavis is used to feeling, thinking, and acting the wrong way. It’s why she has no friends.
Also, riding’s been really boring, for a long time.
With super-Ava sold super-fast, Mavis is ready to start enjoying her horse-free life.
Until she meets Lucas. Lucas is everything Ava’s not. Stocky, dirty, untrained, and unproven, the former trail horse has the complete opposite on Mavis as her former show mare did.
Mavis likes Lucas. She loves him, even.
Lucas has a lot to learn, but it might be Mavis who gains the most from their new, unlikely, partnership.