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1 key chain with horse theme charms each with an e-book copy of No Reins (pdf or mobi)
3 copies of my eBook No Reins (pdf or mobi)
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About the book No Reins:
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.
Angel showered, changed into a white sleeveless shirt and dark tights, and sat on the edge of her cot. For the next hour, she studied the Powder Puff entries in the racing form. She tried to relax, but now that it was time to prepare for the race, she was a bundle of nerves. She couldn’t shake the uncomfortable feeling that something might go wrong. There was a knock on the door. The knob turned, and the door pushed open. After a startled glance, Angel saw Stephen standing in the doorway. Freshly shaved and showered, he looked very handsome.
“How are you?” he asked as he stepped into the cramped room.
“I’m good,” she said softly.
Stephen approached her cot. He looked down at her, his race suit that matched his gold, black, and white stable colors in his hand. “You’re representing my stable in the Powder Puff, so you should wear my colors.” He handed her his one piece driving uniform. “It should fit. It’s the racing suit I wore when I began driving horses.”
Angel sat on the cot, trying to cover her anxieties. She slowly ran her open palm over the silky material in her lap. “Thank you,” she said, not giving him a second look.
Stephen was watching her closely. “Is something bothering you?”
Angel looked at the race suit, then up at him, then down at the race suit again, trying to keep her nerves from getting the best of her. She was excited to drive in the Powder Puff race but afraid something terrible would happen.
He sat knee-to-knee with her on the cot. He smelled good. She didn’t say anything, staring at the driving suit, her fingers tracing the black and gold piping down the leg. She was genuinely worried.
He arched his brow. “Does this have anything to do with what happen to Benny? If it does, the horse is fine. I’m putting him in the box to race on Thursday.”
Angel breathed deeply in and slowly let the air out. “I will always feel responsible for what happened to your horse.”
Her words caught Stephen by surprise. Shifting his body a little, he said, “I know you are not responsible. There is no way you were in the wrong. Benny made a simple misstep.”
Angel, stuck in her thoughts, looked at him then back at the racing colors.
Stephen ran his hand through his dark, curly hair. “I’m not worried about you driving Toner,” he said. His voice sounded strained.
“Well, maybe you should,” she said grimly.
He placed a gentle hand on her forearm and squeezed briefly. “Driving the race isn’t going to be easy. You’ll have to make some quick choices. All you have to do is listen to your instincts.”
Stephen’s hand against Angel’s skin wreaked havoc on her pulse. Her slouch slowly straightened. “Just go out and do it,” she said in a whisper.
“You shouldn’t worry. You can handle whatever comes up as long as you keep your head in the race.”
She cleared her throat and looked anxious. Reluctantly, she turned her head. “I don’t have a plan.”
“Just pay attention, and calculate your moves. Where your eyes go, the horse will go.” He released his tender grip on her.
“I know that!” Angel searched his eyes as if debating his sincerity.
“I’m afraid…” She broke off and drew a deep breath. “I’m afraid, really nervous. On one hand, everything could go well. On the other hand, I’ve proved anything can go wrong.” Her voice was thick with emotion, and she looked scared.
“Don’t let it get to you. It is all about the relationship between you and your horse. You and Toner will make a great team,” he said, his smile bright with confidence in her.
Her anxieties began to fade under Stephen’s steady gaze. His genuine concern compelled her to believe him. “Thanks for your confidence,” she said in a low voice, their eyes on each other.
Wouldn't you love to read a quick love story on your lunch hour or on your travels? My short read No Reins would be perfect!
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