About the Book:
The chance to rescue abandoned horses has given Eloise Tipple the fresh start she needs. After losing her skating career and fiance, she returns home to Wild Horse, Wyoming, to work at a beautiful inn and man the stables. Sean Granger has also come home to nurse some emotional wounds and would like nothing more than to pursue life as a lone wolf. Both say they want nothing more than friendship. But while saving homeless horses, can Sean and Eloise save each other and heal their wounds?
I enjoyed this Christian romance. Eloise and Sean are both on the rebound, neither is looking for love, but when it shows up under their nose.... The setting of a Wyoming ranch and the surrounding areas gives Jillian Hart plenty of opportunity to work in horses and small town friends. While the story is by no means unique, I liked the main characters and enjoyed watching them get to know each other. I'd classify is as more a clean romance than Christian--the characters prayed and thought about God periodically, but the religious aspects almost appeared thrown in there, as if to meet some checklist. Grade: B.
I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley