Made for Marriage
How dare he question her teaching abilities, after his headstrong daughter paid no heed to rulesher teacher's or her father's?
Single dad Noah was ready to apologize for overreacting. But he wasn't sorry for the way the stunning American riding instructor made him fee...more
I understood both MCs, but their hang ups and repetitive inner monologue just about killed my enjoyment of this book. The h wasn't very good at communicating. This is her:
"I, uh...Um....I'm not sure..."
"Noah, I can't....uh...I don't know..."
"I'm...not...sure...I...know...how to...complete a sentence...without...you know...pausing."
I'm serious. I just couldn't any more with her. And then there was the H who was a really good guy but came across as a jerk because he couldn't stop inte ...more
Equestrian Callie Jones was struggling financially with her beloved business venture. She loved her riding school and was used to difficult parents but could not really afford to lose more customers.
Just recently she lost two spoilt girls when she caught them smoking. She had certain rules which everyone had to abide by.
Rebellious thirteen year old Lily came, who flaunted her rule and landed on t ...more
After a double tragedy in Callie Jones life she decides to grab a few possessions and her prize horse Indiana and move from California to Crystal Point Australia. She opens her own Equestrian center offering riding lessons. She is feisty, beautiful, loyal to friends, headstrong and has no problem standing up for herself.
Noah Preston a single father has been raising his four children after his wife walked out on them. With piercing gree ...more
Noah and Callie meet because Noah’s daughter Lily wanted to learn how to ride a horse by Callie. But due to a misunderstanding between the two adults, it doesn’t initially work out. When a ...more
Helen Lacey grew up reading Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables and Little House on The Prairie. These childhood classics inspired her to write her first book when she was seven years old, a story about a girl and her horse. Although, it wasn’t until the age of eleven when she read her first Mills & Boon, that she knew wanted to write romances. Her parents’ love of travel meant she saw m ...more