Overview

All Alex wants for Christmas is a little peace and quiet. After all the drama of her summer in Saratoga, she's been taking it easy around the farm, enjoying the horses (and baiting Alexander). But a phone call from a local charity changes all that.

When Alex meets Wendy, a young girl with a tragic past, she finds herself going to surprising lengths to brighten Wendy's life – and visiting some surprising places. A filly named Christmas, a ...
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Claiming Christmas

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Overview

All Alex wants for Christmas is a little peace and quiet. After all the drama of her summer in Saratoga, she's been taking it easy around the farm, enjoying the horses (and baiting Alexander). But a phone call from a local charity changes all that.

When Alex meets Wendy, a young girl with a tragic past, she finds herself going to surprising lengths to brighten Wendy's life – and visiting some surprising places. A filly named Christmas, a horse-crazy kid, and a trainer who never thought much about holidays or children – Claiming Christmas celebrates the bond between horse and human, and between a trainer and student.

*Please note this book contains adult language.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148835233
  • Publisher: Natalie Reinert
  • Publication date: 11/23/2013
  • Series: Alex and Alexander , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 308,649
  • File size: 640 KB

Meet the Author

Natalie Keller Reinert has always had the horse bug. From short stirrup classes on a gray pony named Silver to eventing on a retired racehorse named Amarillo, from teaching dressage to galloping Thoroughbreds, it’s always been about the horses. In 2011, following the success of Retired Racehorse Blog, and several equestrian short stories, Reinert released her first novel, The Head and Not The Heart, which quickly became a category best-seller at Amazon. In 2013 she continued the story of Alex and Alexander in Other People’s Horses, which joined her debut at the top of the horse racing and equestrian best-sellers.

Natalie Keller Reinert currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her family, where she continues to work on equestrian-themed novels. Find out more at nataliekreinert.com or find her on Facebook and Twitter: @nataliekreinert.
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