She can’t stop the government from scraping thousands of horses from the wild, but she can photo document one herd. Only time is running out.
ER nurse, Kristi Trevisano’s passions are wild horses and photography. She lives for time on the Nevada range with her camera to create a photo documentary of one herd’s history. The images she captures of the horses’ families and how they lived will preserve their memory for generations. Because of hostility from ranchers, she keeps her activities secret.
Bob Clayton, the CEO of Clayton Industries, knows a thing or two about horses. His rancher father and grandfather were forces behind exterminating wild mustangs in Texas. He sets out to prove to Kristi he’s nothing like his father. But is he?
Kristi’s five-year grant to photo document a wild herd expires soon. The last person she needs involved in her activities is an interfering rancher — even if he makes her heart race and claims he’s only a computer geek.
With conflict on the range raging, will she get the last photos she needs to complete her project? Kristi and the horses are running out of time.
Award-winning author, Barbara Ellin Fox, writes clean, contemporary romance for horse lovers. She weaves her extensive background with horses and their people into exciting stories about happily ever after for men, women, and horses. Barbara also owned a boutique horse and dog treats company for twenty years. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and horses, close to two daughters and granddaughters. Barbara enjoys the outdoors, particularly playing with Reno her wild horse.
The past director of the Fox School of Horsemanship, Barbara Fox is also a past Regional Supervisor for the United States Pony Clubs. Each month, thousands of readers visit her website TheRidingInstructor.net, where she shares ideas and encouragement for instructors. Her author website at BarbaraEllinFox.com gives a deeper look into the writing and horse lives.
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