When Paul King inherits a crumbling equestrian facility called Serenity Stables, his only goal is to sell it as fast as he can. But the disappearance of Tux, the stable’s most valuable horse, throws him headfirst into a dangerous mystery. To complicate matters, one of the suspects is the stable’s esteemed dressage trainer, a Brazilian Olympic medalist named Estevan Souza whose confidence verges on arrogance. His good looks and smoldering glances intrigue Paul -- but it’s hard to get intimate when facing off with angry equestrians, drunk cousins, and horse thieves.
Paul can’t decide what’s worse -- a murder attempt and a missing million dollar horse, or the fact that he wants to sleep with a man whose ego is bigger than his alibi.
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About the Author
Astrid Amara, whose adventurous life includes once falling in a manhole, a flirtation with non-consensual cannibalism, and a penchant for sleeping, has lived all over the place, including Bukhara, Uzbekistan; Maidenhead, England; and Jerusalem, Israel. However she’s permanently settled in Bellingham, Washington, because the rain does wonders for her complexion. When she’s not writing she’s either walking her geriatric dogs, riding her mischievous Arabian gelding, or pretending to be a civil servant. Half Pass is Amara’s ninth published novel.