Release Date: 10 March 2017
Loving him could destroy her…
High school teacher Cilla Stevens has always been different, especially in how she connects with animals. When she calms a stray dog during an incident at school, she’s asked to help a nearby farm with a difficult horse.
Cameron Rahl has had a very different relationship with animals since his mother died in a horse riding accident. But now he's inherited his family’s farm, he's determined to never let anyone affect him that way again.
Until he meets Cilla. He tries to stay away from the gorgeous horse whisperer with the potential to tame him, but something keeps pulling him close. And as much as Cilla tells herself she can keep it casual, she knows they're too connected to be 'just a fling.'
Will Cilla's heart win out? Or will it take history repeating itself for Cameron to realise just how much he needs her?My Review 2.5 STARS
This book fell very flat for me. First off there is a dual point of view that was constantly changing without warning with was quite jarring and often meant that i was often confused as to who's point of view i was currently reading.
Then there was the animal whispering that morphed also into almost a telepathy type response when one of the characters is injured that just did not seem believable, let alone that they both drew a picture off each other when they were ten years old.
I also struggled with their romance but Philip and Imke seemed like nice sensible people.
Certainly not a book or author i will be looking at reading again.