London Daniels is returning home to Willow Bay, Alberta, on the heels of a televised loss. She blew her shot at the Summer Olympics and cost Canada the gold medal in dressage.
During her years of training abroad, her family's stable has fallen on hard times, and thus, they’ve accepted an offer to board the racehorses of Branson Tucker, the infamous tycoon, for the winter.
London lacks conviction after her ill-fated fall. And as if returning to her hometown to watch her epic failure replay on everyone's big screen isn't torture enough, she’s expected to cater to a man with an ego bigger than her hundred-acre farm just to earn a dime.
Is London saddling up for another ride that will leave both her heart and her ass in the dirt? Or could the handsome, unwanted guest at Willow Bay Stables be her second chance to go for gold?
My first Anne Jolin book and I was really impressed with Change Rein. I loved the synopsis for the book. So I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book.
If you don’t like insta love/lust then this book is probably not for you.
This book was so cute. I really liked Branson. I loved that he knew what he wanted and he went after it. I also loved him with his big family. I just wish that there was more of his family in the book.
Landon was a great female lead as well. I liked that she loves horses as much as I do. I loved her family too. I’m really excited or her brother and sister’s book.
This book is mainly about the romance with the other things the subplot. So if you prefer something other than the romance front and center then this just may not be for you.
Overall, I really enjoyed it. I loved the characters and their families. It was cute, quick and just a really enjoyable read.
I was born and raised in Ladner, a small farm town just outside Vancouver, Canada. I grew up riding horses, shooting guns, and driving in trucks.
I never expected to be an author. A massage therapist? Yes. Take over the family construction company? Yes. But an author? No. Writing was something that snuck up on me and rooted itself into my life. It was beautiful to discover that love, and I’m truly grateful to say I’ve found my passion.
Since I’ve always been a creative person, it feels amazing to harness all of that energy and use it to tell a story I love. I enjoy incorporating bits of my real life into the stories I write. What parts are true? Hah. I’ll never tell—what would be the fun in that?
If I could leave y’all with one thing, it’s that life’s far too short to not live it out loud. Drown in your passions, hold on tight to the things that inspire you, and chase your dreams relentlessly. I can promise you without a doubt that you won’t regret it. I know I don’t.