With a hurricane bearing down a group of professional “horse-people” seek refuge at the large equestrian complex of a friend.
Retired Army Ranger and captain of a team of smoke jumpers meets Laurel a single mom, horsewoman, artist and CPA who happens to live just above the stable were he is boarding his late wife’s champion mare.
A young horse-wrangler and ranch hand with a tragic past meets a cardiothoracic surgeon from LA on a ranch in Montana. Lots of ups and downs.
Can two people whose love never died, but whose marriage did, find their way back to each other? Special; POCKET STAR-E Night event with review, excerpt and e-copy Giveaway.
by fangswandsfairy • 2014 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: aristocracy, Avon, collaboration, Count, Duke, Earl, eligible, HarperCollins, Horses, house party, Lady, Lord, Marriage, matchmaker, officer, Regency, Season, the ton
I just love the Regency house party. Where house parties set in the Edwardian period are almost always murder mysteries, the Regency house party novel is a frothy chance for mischief and matchmaking.