Part Three of Midnight Sky
A rosy future seems certain but Laura has some tough decisions to make.
Maggie is devastated by her daughter’s plans, but Jess is determined to remove the past from her life no matter the upset it will cause. James is no longer running from his past, but a multitude of unresolved issues are set to catch up with Laura.
As an orphaned foal and a motherless teenage girl slip seamlessly into her life, are they key to a positive change or an omen for impending danger? Armstrong is a troubled young man and a trail of minor events ends in a catastrophe no one could have predicted. Can the family ever recover, or should they simply trust in destiny?
'Well-paced, this story plays with the reader's sympathies and loyalties. I cared about the outcome of the characters and I particularly enjoyed the excellent twist in the tale. You'll enjoy this if you like Jo Jo Moyes, Dick Francis, Clare Chambers. Ideal Accompaniments: Strawberries with ice cream and a glass of Prosecco.' Bookmuse magazine.
'As always, this clever author gets right into the intricacies of life, and with warmth and wisdom draws together the final strands of this complex family drama. The lure of horsemanship and the remarkable power of an animal’s spirit to heal those who are damaged are so well explained; but of course this story is not just about horses. It’s about love and healing, it’s about tragedy and misfortune. It shows both the best and the worst of human nature, but ultimately, what shines throughout is the power of really good story telling by an author who knows just how to draw readers into a story and what’s more important, keeps them reading page after page.' Top 500 Amazon Reviewer
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