The Boy Who Loves Horses

The Boy Who Loves Horses Sierra Landsing and River Girard are close friends sharing their love and respect for horses and helping each other recover from the loss of a friend and a horse they both loved Sierra relies on Rive

  • Title: The Boy Who Loves Horses
  • Author: Diana Vincent
  • ISBN: 9781478385448
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sierra Landsing and River Girard are close friends sharing their love and respect for horses, and helping each other recover from the loss of a friend and a horse they both loved Sierra relies on River s coaching to help her progress in her ability to ride her Lusitano gelding, Fiel River needs Sierra s help with the rehabilitation of his rogue horse, Corazon, rescued fSierra Landsing and River Girard are close friends sharing their love and respect for horses, and helping each other recover from the loss of a friend and a horse they both loved Sierra relies on River s coaching to help her progress in her ability to ride her Lusitano gelding, Fiel River needs Sierra s help with the rehabilitation of his rogue horse, Corazon, rescued from the slaughterhouse Sierra is not sure how she feels about River s interest in a very strange, gothic girl River knows how he feels about Sierra s interest in a handsome, popular senior he hates him Sierra and River both suspect their enemy, Crystal Douglas, is using her elite status to manipulate those in her power to assure she gets what she wants which is to win, and to humiliate and hurt both Sierra and River Crystal owns a great horse, trained by River, and she may be unbeatable at the next Pacific Regional Combined Training Championship The Boy Who Loves Horses is the continuing story of Sierra and River, and how their relationship with horses and each other effects the development of their characters as they approach adulthood.

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    1. This is book two in the Pegasus Equestrian Center Series. I loved book one (below) and book two did not disappoint. The story continues to follow the progress of a young rider, Sierra but focuses on River, the even more interesting male character.Very well written, this book had me feeling the exhilaration of a three-day event. But the story did not follow the predictable pattern of many equestrian novels. It had a completely unexpected twist that left me breathless.As the characters age in this [...]

    2. These books are truly amazing! I have read every single one so far and would recommend them to anyone who loves. I am a teen now so as a kid growing up, fiction horsey books were always a bit too child-like for my likings but this grown up style book is an extremely good page turner! Diana has perfectly divided the balance between horses and the real world creating a fun thrilling book for horsey people! With having horses and being in school finding the time to read can be difficult but when I [...]

    3. Excellent book you'd be stupid not to buy it Loved it all about horses and life as a teen Well explained and good descriptive wordsThis book was about a girl named Sierra who owns her own horse named FielShe works at a stable yard called Pegasus it is all about her life there and the competition worldReally enjoyed and will bet next book in series Keep up the great writing Diana

    4. I shouldn't be surprised by how much I liked this, since I quite enjoyed the first (which also surprised me!). This is just a nice, decently written story with fantastic horsey elements - I think if I were 12, this author would get 5 stars! Since I'm 3x that, I notice the slightly stilted writing and some unbelievable aspects, but overall they don't really detract from the fun of this read. I'll definitely get the 3rd when it's out and I hope the author writes more horse-themed books!

    5. Another good read, and finished in one day, cover to cover.I really enjoyed the first book in this series, and was eager to read the second. It's just as good and adds greatly to the character development. The riding is realistic and well I could read about horses and eventing all day! The other parts of the book are engaging and well done. Steady on, we're approaching book three!

    6. Another excellent installment in the Pegasus Equestrian Centre series, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Diana Vincent writes well and her characters are well-written and compelling. There is a strong dose of reality throughout the book - nothing ever goes smoothly, which anyone who has worked with horses knows only too well. A great horsy read.

    7. Good readThough a bit more abt young love than I would prefer in a horse book, I enjoyed it. Looking forward to the next in the series.

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