"Horse sense and Love can make a family"
After a showdown with his father, Grey Jerome walked away
from the corporate empire to reorganize his priorities and
took a temporary job in a stable. Can a beautiful Christy
Shannon be impressed with a guy who grooms horses for a
living? How can he tell her the truth about himself
without ruining their budding relationship?
Her little daughter, Jessica is playing matchmaker, as she
wants a dad. Christy, a shy young widow is impressed with
Grey's patience and caring. Grey is everything she ever
wanted in a man, but she has a feeling there's something
he's not telling her.
The inevitable happens at a horse show and Grey is forced
to introduce Christy to his father and stepmother. The
family conflicts and fortune come to light and Grey is
surprised at Christy's understanding and help in resolving
issues of his past. Can they now have a future together?
As with most series size romances, you are left wishing for
more about the characters involved, but Ms. Scarbrough has
done an excellent job of presenting well-rounded characters
and emotions in the backdrop of youth horse competition.
Cy Korte © Copyright December 2001
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 13, 2002