Sunday, November 17, 2013

Coming Home by Lauren Brooke

The first installment in the Heartland Series the appeal is to horse loving young girls.  Other than the obvious family tragedy that seems to be standard fare for this genre there are a few other problems. 

There is no way that an Olympic caliber horse will be turned over to a fifteen year old girl to train.  Waiting thirty minutes for a storm to pass makes more sense than trying to load a horse in the middle of a storm.  A pony would not live more than a week without drinking and although depression in horses is a reality one person singing one time does not cure it.

Just a bit to much of the "joining up" and herb remedies for me.  Girls read this type of junk and think this is really how you deal with horses.  It is not all false but there needs to be some reality thrown in also.

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