About the book -
Love at first sight shakes Angel to her core. No doubt her love is real she up and leaves her security for life at a harness-racing track. Tensions begin to rise in her new environment. Even though she is devoted to Stephen her insecurities creep in. She finds herself going in a new direction - a direction that wasn't her. She experiences a lot of dips and dives as she tries to sustain her sanity. The times she feels pain, fear, frustration and anger Stephen comes through for her in a very big way.
Angel and Stephen show that you cannot be reined in by love. Sometimes you have to go with No Reins!
I would like to share with my readers a night at the horse races. Below you will see 'great guy' and winner of the $1.5 million North America Cup in 2012 Randy Waples, driving the horse I groom Shady's M Three, to a win!
Race 8 from Mohawk, Aug. 22, 2014.
Angie Skelhorn writes with clarity and sensitivity that makes every sentence a delight. Her knowledge of her subject matter is superior and easily understood. I learned a lot about the world of horses from this. The main focus here is love and all its perils and frustrations. The main character Angel develops feelings for the all ready attached Stephen-- it is interesting to watch the drama unfold. I can't recommend this enough for all those who enjoy great sympathetic writing and for all who've stepped delicately into the sometimes forbidding waters of desire.
Reviewer - Writer/Poet Drew Hoffman