For the Love of Horses *****

Another great read from Diana Vincent. The story continues with many unseen twists and turns. This book will have you on the edge of your seat while Sierra and River plot to Screen Shot 2018-03-22 at 5.36.05 AMrescue a horse from certain disaster. Ms. Vincent has done an excellent job of bringing the reader emotionally into the story while keeping descriptions of training and barn life accurate. Read the whole series.

The Boy Who Loves Horses*****

By Diana Vincent

This is book two in the Pegasus Equestrian Center Series. I loved book one (below) and book two did not disappoint. The story continues to follow the progress of a young rider, Sierra but focuses on River, the even more interesting male character.

Screen Shot 2018-02-08 at 5.18.16 AMVery well written, this book had me feeling the exhilaration of a three-day event. But the story did not follow the predictable pattern of many equestrian novels. It had a completely unexpected twist that left me breathless.

As the characters age in this novel, the story leans a little more to the romance side. As a rule, I seldom read romance novels, but I was rooting for a romantic interlude in this case. Ms. Vincent did a nice job of making the romance realistic without it being too graphic.

I recommend this series to anyone over the age of ten. It is entertaining as well as educational.

Falling In **

By Clare Svendsen

This book has a great title and a nice cover. Unfortunately, that’s about all. There is very little plot unless you read the whole series (like forty-some books). No character arc was evident, and I really didn’t like the main character at all.Screen Shot 2018-01-23 at 6.29.18 AM

This book reminded me of the most snotty girl I ever knew in the horse world. She thought everybody owed her, and that she was better than the rest of us. Sorry, this book just didn’t do it for me.