Book Review: Thrown by Colette Auclair

Paper, Pen, and No Plan

Professional horse trainer Amanda Vogel was on her way to realizing her dream of riding jumpers in the Olympics when she witnessed her best friend die in a riding accident. Traumatized, broke, and desperate, Amanda takes a summer job teaching the spoiled daughters of an A-list movie star. Three months in Aspen promise to be torture. But things are not what they seem. The hot-shot movie star has a sensitive side, and the bratty girls crave structure. Now she has a choice: return to the horse show circuit as a professional trainer or risk her heart for the chance of a family.

While I was originally put off by the length, it ended up working in the story’s favor. The story takes several more twists and turns than usually happen in romance novels. This helped me to get a better sense of the love interests, Amanda and Grady, and the…

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