When eighteen year old, Jena Grayson witnesses the death of her father at a competition, she sees her Olympic dreams slipping through her fingers. Feeling abandoned and alone, she no longer cares to ride and retreats into her own silence while seeking refuge at her uncle's farm. With her own horse in tow, perhaps it is there that she can overcome her past.
Luke Thomas is at the farm for his own reasons, but when he meets Jena, he finds someone hurting just as much as he is. Determined to be the one to break her silence, Luke spends as much time as he can with her. As they are drawn together by their shared love of horses and a history of grief, will these two lost souls be brave enough to fall and together land on their feet?
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About the Author
Sara lives on the shores of Lake Michigan with her husband, two girls, dog, and horse. She has been known to speak only in movie quotes, randomly break out in song, and spend hours on the internet researching abandoned places. Her friends think she is a great date to an amusement park and a decent, but slow, running companion. In addition to being a writer, Sara is also a high school English teacher. Riding horses and music make her happy and she believes that bacon should be included at every meal.