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A Stallion to Die for: An Equestrian Suspense

4.08  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Top equestrian Lexy Imbriani comes to America to keep her fading Olympic hopes alive. Hamp Gambrell, the one man who matches her passion in the saddle as well as off, finds her a position in Southern Pines, North Carolina, historic home to many upper-level horses and riders in three-day eventing, the grueling Triathlon for horses and riders. At her wit's end, she hopes to ...more
Paperback, 358 pages
Published November 15th 2012 by Cat Crossing Press (first published September 28th 2012)
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Rick Bylina
Jul 19, 2013 Rick Bylina rated it really liked it
If you love horses with a dash of family saga, "A Stallion to Die For" is a 5-star read. I'm not a horse person. There--I said it--but I kept an open mind while reading this story written with barely a grammatical hiccup, which interrupts the narrative of too many self-pubbed novels. Well done. Read reviews from horse people with regard to the validity of the inside scoop into this elite and very subjective world. The action is crisp and precise even if I still don't know a canter from a trot to ...more
Nov 22, 2013 S.P. rated it it was amazing
Loved this story! The characters are so deeply drawn that I wanted to talk with them even after I'd put the book down. I felt like I was fully immersed in the world of horses and eventing. I'll be sure to read the next book!
Barb Henderson
Mar 17, 2013 Barb Henderson rated it it was ok
Even though, I myself am a horse person, I found ‘A Stallion to Die For’ rather disappointing. The details of the horse business were accurate but the story itself was a cross between ‘My Friend Flica’ and a dime store romance.
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Author of four historical novels and RITA finalist, Judith Stanton first imagined equestrian triumphs on her granddaddy's persnickety black Shetland pony and balky donkey, her daddy's mule, even the milk cows. At nine, riding bareback with only a halter, she taught her pinto Blaze to jump hay bales. During a career as a scholar, professor, technical writer and fiction editor, she kept fit riding ...more
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