"High school was over. There was college to look forward to, but before that, there was the summer circuit."
It’s the summer before college. Hannah Waer is on her own at the seven-week summer horse show circuit in Vermont. Her father wants her to learn independence and responsibility so she has to take care of her own horse—which might not be a problem if she’d ever picked out a stall, or prepared a horse for the ring. It also doesn’t help that her horse won’t jump.
When Hannah crashes (literally) into gorgeous and accomplished grand prix rider, Chris Kern, on her first day at the show, she’s certain her life is over. In fact, it’s just beginning.
The summer becomes one Hannah will never forget—a time of first love, of hard choices, and of learning that life is what you make of it.
I live in Newton, Massachusetts with my husband, three kids, and my hound/lab rescue dog, Macie …