I have found another fun horse book to enjoy. This one for a bit older audiences than the other horse books I have been reading lately. But I really liked that, it seems a lot of horse books are for younger audiences, and it is just refreshing to find one that is for YA and older. 😀
Tommi shot her a sympathetic smile as she led Legs out.
She was sure this was going to be an interesting lesson. The pony Kate was leading was young, green, and opinionated. His owner was a tough little rider who’d cleaned up in the Smalls for the past couple of years, but she definitely had her hands full with her new mount.
Thank the Lord in heavens! I am done with the book. I know, I could have dropped it, but I kept hoping this nitwit girl would finally get a brain… but she didn’t.
What a disappointment. I thought we would get an amazing bookgirl, instead I got a girl who I couldn’t connect to, and who frustrated me in almost every page. Dear Lord. 😐
4.5 stars! Finally(!!!) this one got delivered and I finally could find out more about what happened. The last book ended with a cliffhanger (ARGHHHHH), so I just needed to know how it would continue.