A Heartwarming Tale of Love and Horses. With this tale, the author returns to her roots in the world of horses in a story of growing pains and romance set against the backdrop of the cutting horse industry. Brandy Stevens works a low-paying job andMoreA Heartwarming Tale of Love and Horses. With this tale, the author returns to her roots in the world of horses in a story of growing pains and romance set against the backdrop of the cutting horse industry. Brandy Stevens works a low-paying job and struggles to raise her two children on her own.
More than anything else in the world, her 12-year-old son Jeff wants a horse. Since this is financially impossible, Brandy finds him the next-best thing: a man who wants to give a kid who likes horses the chance to learn about them. But Kimo Carson, the mentor and cutting horse trainer, is physically and mentally scarred.
He manages to break his self-imposed isolation when he offers to give something back. Brandys children will win his heart, but can she and Kimo find romance despite the emotional baggage they both carry? ABOUT THE AUTHOR Paula F.
(Pfeiffer) Winskye began writing novels about girls and horses at age 12. For the next 30 years she wrote for her own enjoyment. She credits her husband, John, with encouraging her to seek publication. She released her first novel, James Collins: Royal Entanglements in 2002, and has since published three more in the Collins Family Saga, of which she has written 16. She is a native of New Rockford, North Dakota. Currently, in addition to writing, Winskye and her husband raise Tennessee Walking Horses on a small farm near Sheyenne, ND.
She has one step-son, Joe. She continues to refine her mystery writing technique, with help from the Lake Region Writers Group. (lakeregionwriters @ yahoogroups.com) Learn more at winskyebooks.com