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by Quinn Wilder

eBook Ride a Storm download ISBN: 0263771903
Author: Quinn Wilder
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon; New Ed edition (1991)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1557 kb
Fb2: 1503 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Romance

Not when Dace was the only man who could ride her horse, Storm Warrior, and make her dream come true.

Not when Dace was the only man who could ride her horse, Storm Warrior, and make her dream come true.

Originally published: Richmond, Surrey : Mills & Boon, 1991. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

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He must be in the paddock on the other side of the stable. If he was in a box stall, she would hear him, restless, snorting. Her need to be careful with her hip, injured four months ago in a riding accident, thwarted her need to be aggressive

He must be in the paddock on the other side of the stable. Her need to be careful with her hip, injured four months ago in a riding accident, thwarted her need to be aggressive. She made up for it by throwing the hated cane halfway across the polished mahogany floors. Now there was a noise that satisfied her!

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780373032587.

Not when Dace was the one man who could ride her horse, Storm Warrior, and make her dream come true. Especially since dreams were the only things she had left. Book Condition: Acceptable Good condition Edge Wear Wear Spine Crease Spine Tears Store Stamp and Writing on First Page Line Markings on Front and Back Cover Pen Markings on Back Cover. ISBN-10: 0373032587 ISBN-13: 9780373032587.

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Comments: (2)
Murn
Rating: 2.5 stars. __PG rated (NO graphic sexual content).
Note: Stand alone read by author Quinn Wilder (aka. Cara Colter)

EASY READ. Well written, engaging storyline, strong characters, especially the mature and sensitive hero, feisty dialogue, great supporting cast, and a rocky romance. HOWEVER, some behavior is a little dated, and instead of the heroine facing her shattered dreams with courage and grace, she is abrasive and surly and takes it out on everyone around her. This detracts badly from the first half of the book.

THE STORY follows wealthy rancher's daughter, Cadence Copperthorne, and hired hand, Dace Stanton. Cadence (Cade) was a world class equestrian headed for the Olympics, until a tragic jumping accident years earlier left her with a shattered hip, broken dreams, and using a cane to walk. As the story unfolds, Cade sees Dace jumping his cowpony over a gate and realizes he may have the natural talent to take her horse, Storm Warrior, to the Olympics. At first, Dace want nothing to do with Cade or show jumping. He is withdrawn and still mourning his own loss, but giving in to pressure of his friend he eventually agrees. Working together, Dace doesn't put up with any of Cade's guff and slowly she begins to understand she was always more than just a rider, that losing one dream is not the end of her identity or her passion for life, and a sweet, but bumpy, romance develops.

OVERALL, a little dated, and if you can ignore the obnoxious behavior of the heroine at the beginning, it is still an engaging, old-fashioned romance with heart breaking angst. AN OK READ, but the author's later books under the name Cara Colter, are much better.

You may also enjoy the complex characters and storytelling of N. Bruhns, Anne Stuart, L. Wilde, or E. Palfrey. For funny, heart touching romances with great dialogue and descriptive imagery, try Susan Fox, Cara Colter, and B. Dunlop.
Bludworm
If you're in line at the DMV, and you realize you forgot to bring along your copy of "Higher Mathematics for Everybody," and the only thing on the magazine rack is a two-month-old copy of Field and Stream, you might give this story a chance. But if you're easily irritated by spoiled, self-centered heroines with names like Cadence Copperthorne, skip it. (It gets worse--the hero's name is Dace. Dace and Cade--get it? Unfortunately they don't, for an unnaturally long time.) (...)The thing is, of course, that there's no such thing as "life in a wheelchair,"--only lives, individual people dealing with individual difficulties and triumphs. To sum up, readers who are tempted to check out "Ride" should resist the temptation--stick with the books Wilder has written under the pseudonym Cara Colter.