Review

Thanks to Eileen Cody for this wonderful review at Horse Nation:

“Lee Hope’s Horsefever may be a romance first and foremost, but it also tells the story of the highs and lows of breaking into upper-level equestrian competition and what — or whom — it takes to get there. So if you’re “not a romance person,” just trust me on this one; I came for the horses too, and I stayed because I suddenly found myself unable to put it down.”

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Grateful to Jan Marry for this review at Library Journal: “An exciting insider portrayal of the affluent and insular world of horse eventing along with a moving portrait of two marriages and the costs of trying for athletic perfection.”

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Horsefever was just reviewed at Booklist Online. Many thanks to Maggie Reagan for her wonderful words:

Nikki Swensen has no interest in playing it safe. An eventer, she competes in what is one of the most perilous of equestrian sports, riding a horse at a breakneck pace over a multitude of cross-country hurdles. Nikki, who has a taste for difficult horses, has competitive drive in spades, but she fears the sport as much as she loves it—a dangerous combination. Afraid for her safety, Nikki’s reluctant husband hires the enigmatic Gabe, a formerly successful ex-eventer left half-crippled after an accident, to train her. As Gabe pushes Nikki to find her courage and connect with her horse, the connection between rider and trainer also grows, sending their respective spouses into a volatile tailspin of jealousy and catapulting them all toward tragedy. This atmospheric first novel thrusts readers into the intense, often seedy world of competitive horsemanship. Though the concept will certainly appeal to those interested in equine sports, the shifting character dynamics and tense plot will hook fans of suspense as well as horse lovers.

 

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A huge thank you to Horse Country Chic for this wonderful review of Horsefever:

“Hope has melded a perfect concoction in Horsefever – horses, a murder mystery, a little passion, some suspense, all wrapped around our four-legged friends. Add this one to your 2016 reading list.”

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