When Sarah Palmer finds herself back in her little hometown of Loraine, Nebraska, with the young son who had been part of the town's biggest scandal in its 125-year history, and a basement full of sculptures she couldn't sell in Chicago, her only thought is how she can get out again fast. That is, until a certain dark-haired, equine veterinarian sweeps her off her feet.
Marty Scott can't keep his mind off the short little spit-fire with the tough exterior and a heart as soft as a kitten. Once he figures out the way past her defenses, he thinks it's just a hop and a skip to the altar. That is, until a new scandal is born out of tragedy.
Sarah is a runner who tends to run from her problems. Marty is problem solver, who prides himself in his solutions, but sometimes the problem is so big, even the best problem solver gets stymied. Sometimes the answer needs to come from a higher power.
Author's Note: Clean romance, but adult themes. Not recommended for under 16. Very minimal use of language that some might find offensive. There is no use of the f-word.
Would you listen to Horses, Adrenaline, and Love again? Why?
Yes, it's very engaging.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I enjoyed Sarah and Marty's love story. Jodi really got into the heart of her characters.
Have you listened to any of Jodi Bowersox’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I think her performance is outstanding!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I especially appreciated how Sarah dealt with her past - understanding true forgiveness.
Any additional comments?
I love Jodi's books even more when she narrates them!
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