Shelby can't trust another man with her heart. . . especially not a man who abandoned her when she needed him once before. McKade Lucas was never happy with being Shelby's friend, but when she married another man he thought it was too late. Now he has another chance to win her heart and he doesn't intend to let it pass him by. Shelby doesn't want love in her life, all she really wants is to make h...
Series: Cowgirl Spirit (Book 2)
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 28, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 6678958
Format: PDF ePub Text djvu book
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Over the Moon was just that, over the moon! I loved how Ms. Smith weaves the first two books together, using the same human and equine characters. As a horse owner and horse lover, I continue to be pleasantly pleased at the author's ability to adeq...
arrel racing. But when McKade's roping horse is injured right before the NFR, she reluctantly decides to offer him one of her horses to ride. He thinks this might be his chance to repair their relationship but her failed marriage and vindictive ex-husband, Stephen, keep coming between them. Stephen isn't happy about McKade riding the horse he once bought Shelby as a gift. He causes plenty of trouble for them because of it, and Shelby is convinced, more than ever, that Stephen is not at all who she thought he was, making her believe she is a terrible judge of character. While McKade is trying to convince Shelby he is nothing like her ex-husband, Stephen is making more plans to steal Shelby's dreams and take her horses. Calling on her faith in God, Shelby will do whatever it takes to get her horses back home where they belong before Stephen does something terrible. McKade is determined to help her, and Shelby finally begins to see McKade for who he really is. Realizing she feels more than attraction for him, she is scared and unsure of the future. Shelby must learn to trust God to show her His plans are better than her own.