A Woman. A Family. A Farm.
Sian and Madoc have borrowed heavily to buy a neglected farm, Stone Side, in the beautiful countryside of east Cumbria. They are land-rich now but short of cash and indebted not only to the bank but to members of their family.
Racehorses and Fell Ponies
In this sequel to Against the Odds Madoc has reluctantly had to give up his ambition to breed thoroughbreds, and instead runs the sheep farm and pre-trains young horses for National Hunt racing. Sian is a fierce mother of their three teenage children, Robbie, Cerys and Jack. In what free time she has, she buys and trains Fell ponies.
Although it will be a long haul before Stone Side begins to pay, with the children growing up and helping it looks like it just might work. But...
Someone is Out to Destroy Them
When Madoc’s brother calls-in a big loan, the tensions begin to mount… and on the wild fellside, for someone the stakes are as high as murder.
About the Author
Married with two grown up children, she has been at various times a university lecturer in Computing, a harnessmaker, a contributor to Carriage Driving Magazine, a cartoonist and writer for the pony magazine Going Native and to its successor Native Pony. Her novels and poetry reflect the wide range of her interests.