Mustang Summer

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Overview

Ramona Raven is Cherokee and determined to find redemption from a past in which she allowed men to make all the decisions, often with disastrous results. When she dreams of a wild gray stallion, she believes the horse is the key, and find him she must, but in order to do so, she is going to need help. Enter Austin Cahill, a cowboy who is trying to escape memories of the Huntsville Prison Rodeo and another gray stallion, one that destroyed the only thing he had left-his ability to ride any horse breathing. Austin,...
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Overview

Ramona Raven is Cherokee and determined to find redemption from a past in which she allowed men to make all the decisions, often with disastrous results. When she dreams of a wild gray stallion, she believes the horse is the key, and find him she must, but in order to do so, she is going to need help. Enter Austin Cahill, a cowboy who is trying to escape memories of the Huntsville Prison Rodeo and another gray stallion, one that destroyed the only thing he had left-his ability to ride any horse breathing. Austin, along with Killian Russell, the teenage runaway he is harboring from the law and passing off as his daughter, join forces with Ramona and embark upon a journey that will change their lives forever. As they travel from the rolling hills of Georgia to the sun-blasted landscape of Utah in search of Ramona's wild horse, these three misfits, each desperately trying to outrun the past, learn to trust, to love, and to believe in the unbelievable. They also learn that the past is exactly that-the past-and all that really matters is today.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481110358
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/30/2012
  • Pages: 464
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Meet the Author

A native of Fairburn, Georgia, a small town southwest of Atlanta, Carol Culver Rzadkiewicz resides in Lafayette, Louisiana in "The Heart of Cajun Country," with her husband, Chet, and their three animal companions. An online instructor for the University of Phoenix, she is also a freelance writer, but writing fiction is her passion. Her short stories have appeared in Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Journal, South Lit, Toasted Cheese, and The New Review, among other publications; and to date her novels include not only Mustang Summer but also Objects Are Closer than They Appear and Separate but Equal. Moreover, an eclectic writer, who doesn't want to be associated with any particular genre, she has recently published a horror novella, The Dark Woods, and a horror story, which is actually a sequel to the novella, "The Runner."
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2008

    An Enjoyable Read

    Mustang Summer is original and extremely creative. In fact, it is one of the most entertaining novels I have read in a long, long time. The characters are delightful, and you find yourself cheering for them to succeed and you desperately want them to find happiness--and forgiveness--with one another.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2008

    Definitely Worth Reading

    I lost a lot of sleep reading this book. It really did captivate me. I'd keep telling myself, 'I'll put it down after this chapter,' but that didn't happen. I highly recommend it, but not until you're ready to commit.

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