Sunday, June 24, 2012

Keeping Secrets


Maggie Dane's Keeping Secrets is one of the best books I've read! The realistic setting and characters had me hooked from page one. I, too, rode my bike as a teen to find a stable that would give me a job!

When Kate McGregor lands the job to be a companion for a teen in a wheelchair, she is thrilled. She is less than  thrilled to find out the girl, Holly, and her mother spend most of their time at the stable.

Due to a horse's death at her last barn, Kate had sworn off horses for good. She tries to keep her riding skills a secret until an emergency has her mount up. Another rider at the barn watches her jump the gate and tries to blackmail her.

The descriptive equine scenes, the well-rounded characters and the believable dialog kept this book a page-turner!

Visit the author's site at maggiedana.com


4 comments:

Maggie Dana said...

Sharon, thank you so much for this wonderful review. Book bloggers like you keep the literary wheels turning and keep readers informed. On behalf of all authors, I thank you, most sincerely. Without your hard work our words wouldn't reach nearly as many people.

Sharon Miner said...

It's my pleasure!

Toni Leland said...

Just wait until you read her others! Keep writing, Maggie. The horse-crazy world needs you.

Toni Leland said...

Just wait until you read her others! Keep writing, Maggie. The horse-crazy world needs you.