I absolutely loved this book. I have reread it a few times and I am not the type of person to read a book twice usually. I am a horse lover so of course this plays a role in my review, however I do feel that anybody would be able to fall in love with the story. It is touching and well written. I immediately lose myself in the story and the characters. I'd recommend this book to anyone who enjoys romance.
Really enjoyed it. Author definitely knows about horses and that made it all the more believable!
Set against the sweeping landscape of Virginia horse country, this breathtaking story of love in the wake of tragedy marks the debut of an exciting voice in romantic fiction.
Cassie Miller was on track to be one of the best equestrian riders of the sport when a terrible accident left her as the guardian of an orphaned niece and nephew. Seeking means to support the twins -- now five years old -- Cassie takes a job as a horse trainer at the prestigious Five Oaks farm where she finds not one, but two worthy adversaries -- Orion, a bold, dark horse that has yet to find a rider it deems its equal, and local veterinarian Caleb Wells, a man whose startling good looks and quick wit leave Cassie unnerved.
As Cassie trains Orion for competition, Caleb, a partner in the farm, watches over their progress. A womanizer since his recent divorce, he soon finds his heart softening for this strong and gifted woman -- and for her unconventional family. But as Orion's Hampton Classic competition looms, Caleb's vengeful ex-wife threatens to ruin everything Cassie and Caleb have worked for...
Reminiscent of the early classics in romantic fiction, Ride A Dark Horse is a winning tale of the bittersweet glories of life and the transformative power of love.
This book was an extremely fast read. I loved it and thought it was a good book.
Very predictable but a good fluffy read for horse lovers.
I enjoyed this book...was a pretty fast read.