There comes a time when the deepest secrets can’t be kept any longer. Cam knew Greer’s secret before anyone else. Even with their contentious connection always going flat out, Cam didn’t need to be told. The revelation shocks, disturbs, explains. Greer isn’t the only one with secrets left unsaid and Talia wonders if she’s the only person at Bittersweet Farm with nothing to hide.
Each book in this series makes me think that "this is my favorite" as they just keep getting better and better. In Lyric Line, Greer's disturbing past is revealed, and she struggles with how to move on and become the woman she wants to be. Talia is swept up into her unplanned career as a trainer of pony eventers. And Lockie and Cam have set the Florida jumper circuit on fire. I love the way Barbara Morgenroth realistically develops her characters, putting them in real life situations and allowing their personalities to bloom. As usual, the writing style is so good I find myself highlighting passages because they are so expressive.
This series just keeps getting better with each book. The characters are so realistic and living in real situations. We see Talia's life get more involved in her pony riders, even taking them to shows. Greer's past that has been a big part of what makes her who she is gets revealed and we see her trying to finds a way to move past it. Locke and Cam are finishing up in Florida on the jumper circuit.