Author: Tina Kunkle
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: Aisha Akeju
Rating: 4.75 of 5 Stars
Six years ago Zoe Reynolds killed a seventeen year old boy in self-defense, and was unable to let it go. Now she has exchanged being a cop for working a Thoroughbred racetrack, landing a dream job at Whispering Winds Farm.
But the Farm has come under new ownership, including a trainer who has no qualms about killing horses for his own financial ends. Knowing she’ll need help if she’s going to stop them, Zoe contacts the FBI, but she is not at all prepared for the agent they send…
Off to the Races
I enjoyed this book about race horses, their caretakers and the men who would do them harm.
The characters were believable and interesting. I liked the first person narration, it helped to put me more into the story.
In spite of the heavy topic the tale was not too dark or deep. It was an easy and fast read. I was able to read it on a plane trip and surprised to find it done before I arrived. To be fair I read quickly and I was drawn into the story and had no distractions so I was able to surrender to the saga.
The flow was good, the plot solid and the editing great. I have no complaints. It is definitely worth a read!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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