by Jackie Calhoun
Meg Klein has two enduring loves—horses and Nicky Hennessey.
When Meg buys a house with a barn and a few acres, her plans to convert it to a profitable stable go downhill with the economy. She finds it impossible to turn away horses whose owners can no longer afford them. Her bank account, however, is no match to her huge heart.
Nicky Hennessey is having financial and personal problems of her own. Her photography business has fallen off the economic cliff. Her relationship with Beth Forrester is in deeper trouble than she knows. Spending time with Meg at the stable is much easier than going home. When Meg is thrown from her new horse, Nicky is there to get her help—but Dr. Tina Rodriguez proves to be a wild card.
Faced with losing everything she’s worked for, Meg realizes she may not be the only one at the end of the rope.
Jackie Calhoun’s long-time fans may recognize Meg and Nicky from Triple Exposure and Wrong Turns. In this romantic tale, two women who ought to have sorted out their futures long ago may finally get it right.
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Lynne Pierce - November 2010: Nicky tries to forget her problems by focusing on her photography business and engaging in the kind of relationship that Meg has secretly imagined for many years. With financial ruin and an uncertain relationship facing them, Meg and Nicky may both be at the end of their ropes.