By Mary Paine
Melissa’s dream has come true with a job at an exclusive Connecticut horse farm that trains Grand Prix show jumpers. She is determined to succeed in this world where vast wealth is coupled with intense ambition.
A sizzling attraction springs to life between Melissa and David, a handsome, talented trainer, but her future is threatened when an attempted murder takes place at the farm. She must decide who she can trust and if her long-held dream is worth the risk of her life…
What They Are Saying About A Dangerous Dream
Saddle up and prepare for an intriguing ride into the world of horses and the people around them, in A Dangerous Dream. Beautiful horses aren’t the only things getting worked into a lather at Deer Creek Farm. Sparks fly between sultry, gutsy Melissa and fellow stable hand hot, sexy David. A Dangerous Dream is a delightful read which will definitely tug at your heart to the very end. So grab a box of tissues, because this heartwarming, suspenseful tale of love and loss will capture your heart.
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A Dangerous Dream by Mary Paine should intrigue horse lovers. The author’s love and knowledge of horses comes through in every sentence. If you ever wanted to know what goes on behind the scenes in equestrian facilities like the Deer Creek Farm of the novel, it’s all here in A Dangerous Dream.
Melissa is devastated when an attempted murder shatters the cozy little world of Deer Creek Farm and the police become involved. Suspicions and fears are rampant as police race to find the perpetrator before he attempts another murder and patrons take their horses away from the equestrian facility.
A Regency Romance—March 2008
If you are into equine sports you are going to love the authentic settings and terminology used in A Dangerous Dream by Mary Paine. This is a soft suspense with the core of the story wrapped convincingly around show horses, and a building romance between Melissa Stanhope and one of Deer Creek Farm’s horse trainers, David Weller. This is a great book. I truly enjoyed the authenticity of the background used for this novel.