Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: July 5 2010
This book was: My own e-book
This is the summary off the back of the book.
Spurned by his father and driven from his home, Stone Hillyard is struggling to find shelter in the Michigan winter when he lucks upon the horse farm run by Geoff Laughton and his partner Eli. They take him in, warm him up, and give him a job working with their No Boundaries therapy riding program.
A drunk driver left Preston Harding unable to walk, and after months of hard work, his therapist recommends Geoff and Eli's program. But Preston's anger and arrogance nearly get him kicked out until Stone intercedes on his behalf, despite Preston's insults. It's a small act of kindness that helps open Preston's eyes. Stone and Preston will support each other as they face their families' disapproval and fight old secrets. They'll learn-sometimes the hard way-just how love can mean freedom for them both.
This is what I think of the book.
This was as beautiful as the rest of the series. I loved Stone and watching him come into his own was a treat.
Pres was something all together different and I didn't want to like him but he did win me over. It was nice to see the common ground between these two men that were from the opposite ends of the the social scale. This is not a new theme in this series but I do like how it is never the focus. In this one we got to see more about the No Boundaries riding school and that in its self was lovely because I do love horses so having them more of a focus made it all the more pleasurable for me. My only complaint would be that these books are so good that I am neglecting my reading schedules in favour of reading these!!
My Rating: I LOVED this!!