Awarded the 2020 "IPPY" Silver Medal for Series by Independent Publisher!
Jump in the saddle for a fun but bumpy ride!
Few will hire competitive rider, Viola Parker, since the famous jumper, Wastrel, crashed to his death with her aboard. Not only that, her attitude just landed her out of work...again. She can barely afford her whipped-cream-in-a-can addiction.
Now, before she's 30, she must keep a job for one year and receive a glowing letter of recommendation to get a surprise trust fund set up by her absentee parents. A trust fund that could represent freedom and independence - or might be worth nothing.
Vi accepts a farm manager position and moves from Long Island to Missouri thinking that if she only follows her three new rules then keeping a job for one year will be easy:
- No smarting off
- No drinking
- No sleeping with the boss
The last of which proves to be a real challenge when she meets the man who hired her. He's working the surfer good looks, a super-hero jaw, and wearing a kilt.
But when Wastrel begins haunting her dreams and dead bodies start piling up, the question isn’t whether she can earn a reference from her hunky boss, Malcolm, but whether she’ll live long enough to get it.
This set includes the complete Dream Horse mysteries:
- Cold Backed, a Dream Horse Mystery, prequel
- On the Buckle, Dream Horse Mystery, book 1
- Run Out, Dream Horse Mystery, book 2
- Wrong Lead, Dream Horse Mystery, book 3
The Dream Horse Mysteries Boxed Setに寄せられたリスナーの声
- Heather Bartel
I love it!
I didn't expect to get so invested in the characters, but each one is unique and wonderful, I've enjoyed listening to it! I appreciate that the significant sexual references stay tasteful, and I think the story is unique.
- Karl S
Brain candy: No nutritional value, but still yummy
Fun story with reasonably good narration. I really liked that the series all came together as one "read" as opposed to having to buy separate books. The writer clearly knows equestrians and their close relationships with their horses. I was also very pleased that there were no anthropomorphic aspects to the story. I wish there hadn't been the very descriptive sex scene in book 3 though. I understand why the author did it. I just felt that they went too far with the description.