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Racing Hearts

(Chestnut Hill #10)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  131 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Racing Hearts Lessons in love are being learnt the hard way at Chestnut Hill. Meanwhile the pressure is mounting up, especially for team captain Malory. But with problems closer to home, will Malory be able to handle them alone. Full description
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 4th 2009 by Scholastic
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Clare O'Beara
The blurb is misleading - the lessons in love come down to not interfering in your widowed father's life. There is one boy in this book, met briefly at a horse show, and it's hi, how's your horse going? and we never see him again.
This is okay as a read for girls who like horses and would like to be at an expensive boarding school. The American setting means there don't seem to be many rules, and the girls can phone home every evening and go off shopping on weekends.

I like the numerous horses w
Only 2 more books to go and then this series is ending. :( I will miss it a lot, I just wish it went on longer than 12 books.

Most of this book was amazing, fun, and great. A real change from the previous book. However, around the middle part I just got highly annoyed with Malory. Yes, I could imagine why she acted the way she did in there, however I found her selfish and annoying. She can have a life, she can make friends and do her things, but her dad can't? Sure, he should have been honest wit
Dec 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: ages 11+
I found this book really enjoyable... it was better then the last "Malory" book (all or nothing) as there was much more suspense, and there wasn't so much moping around after lads. The emotions in this book were really intense and I found myself crying at one point!
Definitely one for the Christmas list- it has more focus on horses tan some of the previous novels. read it!!! =]
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Shelves: children-2000s
Racing Hearts has been the best Chestnut Hill book I've read in a while. It was more enjoyable to read and there was a good amount of horses in this one compared to some of the earlier ones.
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Lauren Brooke grew up in a ranch in Virginia and now lives in Leicestershire, England. Her husband is a veterinarian who specializes in horses. Her books have been published by Scholastic since Mid-2000, starting with the first book of the Heartland book series. The first book of her popular Chestnut Hill series was published in 2005.

According to an interview on scholastics' website, Lauren Brooke

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