Running Free [NOOK Book]

Overview

Crista’s been living for her job since she divorced her cheating husband two years ago. Work’s honest, profitable, and being a cop means she helps people who can’t always help themselves. Until she volunteers for an animal welfare raid and finds Cody. He should be a hellion of a horse, but instead he’s sick and broken, steps away from death. At Deepdale Acres the pair find Shawn, a stubborn stable hand that refuses to give up on either one of them. But can woman or horse learn ...
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Running Free

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Overview

Crista’s been living for her job since she divorced her cheating husband two years ago. Work’s honest, profitable, and being a cop means she helps people who can’t always help themselves. Until she volunteers for an animal welfare raid and finds Cody. He should be a hellion of a horse, but instead he’s sick and broken, steps away from death. At Deepdale Acres the pair find Shawn, a stubborn stable hand that refuses to give up on either one of them. But can woman or horse learn to be free?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013357679
  • Publisher: ML Publications
  • Publication date: 9/11/2011
  • Series: Deepdale Acres , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 210,889
  • File size: 510 KB

Meet the Author

Once there was a writer who couldn’t decide what she wanted to write. So she started with horror, because she loved paranormals and that’s the only place your could find paranormals at the time. She wrote some horror, wrote some dark science fiction because it sounded fun and spent a lot of time writing urban fantasy. But sometimes she just got weighed down with all the dark stuff and she took a month off and wrote–Romance. That’s right.
It was fun. It was a completely different kind of challenge and it was like a vacation from writing without falling out of the butt-in-chair-fingers-on-keyboard habit. The thing was she thought her romance stories, while short, were pretty good too. But with only limited time in her day, and the focus on her more prolific side the drive to try to establish herself as a romance writer and a writer of all that other stuff just wasn’t there.
Given that romance traditionally has a happily for now or better ending and a lot of those other genres don’t, there needed to be a clear distinction from her darker work and the fun stuff and thus M. Lush was born. Yes, it’s actually her real name.
But so is her other name, Michele Lee.
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