When Meg's father dies unexpectedly, she's forced to take over his fortune, including a thoroughbred horse farm. Bo, the farm's manager, asks Meg for six months before shutting the farm down. Will they find more than just a farm at stake?
I loved Becky Wade's first book, and I enjoyed this one just as much. I loved Meg. I liked her style...from the great cover to her designer work out clothes. She didn't feel like a rich brat, and I think that's what made the story unique from many rich girl falls for stable boy tales. She was easy to relate to and a person worth rooting for. I liked Bo too although he didn't stand out much to me....maybe because he was basically the same person at the end as he was in the beginning whereas Meg grew a lot.
I really enjoyed the minor characters. Mr. Son and the rest of the workers were unique. I'd love to hear more about Mr. Son. After Meg, he was my favorite.
Fans of Becky's first novel will be happy to know her second is just as good.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.