Review for Racing Savannah (Hundred Oaks, #4)

Review for Racing Savannah (Hundred Oaks, #4)

Racing Savannah (Hundred Oaks, #4) I was a bit worried about reading this book.

Why? Well after a fantastic first book, I ran into the second book and disliked that, and after that a horrible third book. So yeah, I was all but surprised when I started reading this that I actually loved it. Loved it just as much as I loved the first book.

This book, was fantastic. I loved the characters, though I wanted to smack Jack at times. Dear Lord the boy was wonderful, but at times also manipulative and a wuss. Come on boy, grow some balls. Sorry, had to get that out of my system.

At times that their romance was good, it was beautiful, lovely and heartwarming and I was cheering for them throughout the book. I also loved the side characters, they made the story so much better, and I had quite a few laughs because of things that those characters did or said.

Savannah, ah Savannah, I just loved that girl. She has such a bad past, with so much hardships. No money, no mom, and so much difficulties since so much costs money in this world. Luckily she is a fighter and keeps on going, finding ways to get money, finding her way in this wonderful world.

I loved that this book was about horses, but not in a, OMG Horsieeeess way, but in a normal way of she likes horses, it is a hobby and a job and she doesn’t squeal or anything. Everything was handled maturely, not like some books do when it is about horses.

I would really recommend this book to everyone. You don’t need to read the other books per se. There are some conversations that might feature some characters from previous books, but nothing big.

5 Stars

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