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Where the Horses Run

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  • Posted October 26, 2014

    A Reader's Opinion: The book blurb summarizes the story perfectl

    A Reader's Opinion: The book blurb summarizes the story perfectly, so there's no need for that here. I will say that my lack of sleep one night can be entirely blamed on Kaki Warner. I picked up "Where the Horses Run" for my usual hour of reading before bed. It turns out that I couldn't stop at one hour. In true Kaki fashion, nothing in this story is sugar-coated. You smell the dust and sweat, feel the tears and heartache, and your heart pounds when you know two people should just stop being stupid and be together. There was a bit of talk about 19th-century contraceptives--something I've noticed in books lately--that I could have done without, but it was over quickly.

    I loved how much of the story centered around horses. I know the title pretty much says that, but it's done so well. I completely fell in love with the stallion, Pems, and wanted to take care of him as much as Rayford and Josephine. Josephine's father was quite unlikable, and her son was adorable.

    I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys a nice twist to a western story, and especially those who enjoy horses with their romance books. 4 1/2 stars.

    Sexual Content: This book seemed rather tame compared to some of Kaki's other books. I was quite impressed, and when there finally was a scene, it was quick and easily skipped over.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2015

    River&star

    Wow!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Le Gasp!!

    How mean!!! xD Is good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    The Cat Who Trained Horses ~ Proluge

    Six cats crouched in the grass, their eyes on the sunset infront of them. A cat's stomach growled, and another licked his lips, wondering what horse tasted like. But they were all ready, ready to strike. "Now." One whispered. <p> They got into a hunting crouch, and started circling the herd. Then they all sprang in. Hooves lashed out, killing five cats. Only one was left, wondering why they named their clan after such vicouis creatures. She stared into space, gathered her composure, and took off across the praririe back to camp.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2014

    I so enjoyed this book, the characters, the story, really good.

    I so enjoyed this book, the characters, the story, really good. Very entertaining and couldn't put it down, LOVED it!!!

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