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This is a great story. It's set in Portland Oregon and revolves around a rider (Kate) who wants to move way from her farm and ridding school, to make it big in the Olympics. To do this she needs an expensive horse and has to seek investment from a uptight banker (Jamie). The two have an attraction, and over time hit it off. The tension comes from their personalities, and the fact that the banker has a disabled, adopted niece (Anna), she is very protective off. She also feels guilty about the fact that her sister died after an argument.
There is a lot of detail and great scenes where Anna is helped to ride at the school, and how this and other things help Jamie bring her emotions back to the surface and deal with them. Kate on the other hand is trying to come to terms with what she has versus what the investment could offer.
So the story is really good. Jamie comes off a bit predatorial at the start which I didn't like, but it soon settled down, and the reasons for her behavior became more apparent as the novel progressed. Kate is a great character, and the location is also ideal.
The Narration wasn't as strong as I would have liked, so have a listen first. It comes across rather rather textbook like, but I still give it four stars for the narration.
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I think was a bit quick but like most of these type of books the romance is quick to the L word. Take that out and I thought was a good story.
I liked the story. Karis adds lots of good detail and knows horses. suspense was nice. The narator was okay.