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I am a life-long horse lover, who started riding at three years old and am still riding today. I've taken part in a great variety of equestrian activities. My husband and I own three horses that are in their late 20′s and semi-retired. I can't image a life without horses in it.
Suspense, romance, horses and sometimes the paranormal are the themes I like to explore in my books. I've had a life-long preoccupation with investigating new trails and new ideas. When I was a kid, my best friend was a sweet, little horse named Star. We loved to ride in the hills or along the river and were always open to trying unknown paths. We saw lots of pretty country that way and occasionally got into trouble, but that never discouraged us. (Though after getting caught in quicksand one time, Star was very leery of soft ground from then on.)
on May 11, 2014 :
Wyoming Escape was an enjoyable escape. The main characters are Shawn and Mikela. He is a marine back home for some respite. Mikela is a chef that has gotten herself into a dangerous situation and needs an escape. She stumbles into a job as a cook for a Wyoming ranch. It seems like a great opportunity for her to keep safe until she figures out why the murders are occurring. Shawn and Mikela make likable characters. I believe it would have improved the story if we could have heard more about Mikela's adjustment to country life. The setting and the information about horses and ranching made for an intriguing backdrop to an exciting tale. The mixture of romance and suspense was just what was needed to keep up the story pace. Overall, a good read.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Dec. 09, 2012 :
I really enjoyed reading Wyoming Escape. The characters are compelling and believable. The plot has enough twists to keep the reader engaged throughout and the author's knowledge and love for the setting makes everything ring true.
(reviewed the day of purchase)