Wild Horse Rescue

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Laurel Rowan is happy to be home in Alberta and excited that Coll Hazel is coming from Cornwall for a visit. She’s looking forward to showing him around the ranch. The visit doesn’t turn out as she imagined when the plight of a band of wild horses comes to her attention. More

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About Nancy M. Bell

Nancy M Bell is a proud Albertan and Canadian. She lives near Balzac, Alberta with her husband and various critters. She works with and fosters rescue animals. Nancy is a member of The Writers Union of Canada and the Writers Guild of Alberta. Her work has been recognized and honoured with various awards. She has publishing credits in poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.

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Review by: Eileen Charbonneau on Dec. 3, 2018 :
Laurel’s busy summer on her parents’ ranch in Alberta, Canada, is about to get exciting and dangerous. She competes in rodeos with her best friend Carly and loves watching a roaming herd of “wildies” led by the great stallion Coal. Best of all, this summer her boyfriend from Cornwall is visiting. The affable Coll makes friends easily and takes to ranching, but only has romantic eyes for Laurel, and feelings are mutual. Neighbor Chance is jealous. And he is planniing to help cull and round up of wild horses. Laurel is their champion, along with a First Nations family. But the law is not on their side and the magnificient Coal and his pack of mares are in danger of being captured and sent to the slaughterhouse. Tensions escalate as both sides take action in an exciting conclusion.
Besides wildlife conservation, issues of physical and alchohol abuse. sexual awakening and family love and lyalty are brought to vivid life. A fine novel teens are sure to enjoy.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Review by: Tricia McGill on Dec. 2, 2018 :
Laurel along with Coll, her friend from Cornwall, has one mission in mind—to rescue the group of wild horses currently roaming free near her father’s property in Alberta. Some of the local farmers are planning a cull and Laurel plans to thwart their efforts in the only way she knows how. Problems grow—her best friend’s father is the main instigator of this planned cull. Being a fervent horse lover and animal protectionist, be it a horse or a koala being threatened, I was riding with Laurel and her friends all the way. This book is perfect reading for all horse lovers whatever their age, and is a thorough lesson that bullying in any shape or form will doubtlessly lead to disaster, and should not be tolerated.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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