Midnight Sky by Jan Ruth

If any book can convert me into a horse lover it will be this one. I am still frightened of horses but I now have an idea of the empathy experienced by some people with special horses. Midnight Sky has a magical quality but she is a damaged horse, desperately in need of a sensitiveContinue reading “Midnight Sky by Jan Ruth”

Children of the Plantation by Faith Mortimer

I appear to be reading the Diana Rivers Mysteries in the wrong order since I started with number two and have just read number six but that doesn’t matter at all as each book is complete in itself with the mystery solved by novelist “Diana Rivers”. However in “Children of the Plantation” Diana takes aContinue reading “Children of the Plantation by Faith Mortimer”

The Hour Before Dawn By Sara MacDonald

The Hour Before Dawn is the story of two generations which is told in the details of traumatic events in 1976 and the present day.  Unusually there are two heroines in this novel, Fleur Montrose and her estranged daughter Nikki.  The two women have been torn apart by a mysterious tragedy in Malaysia when NikkiContinue reading “The Hour Before Dawn By Sara MacDonald”

Last Child by Terry Tyler

After the tremendous success of Terry Tyler’s, “Kings and Queens,” set in recent times but based on the Tudor court of Henry VIII, its follow up, “Last Child,” was a treat I was looking forward to. And it doesn’t disappoint. At the beginning of the novel we find orphaned Isabella, Erin and Jasper, the modernContinue reading “Last Child by Terry Tyler”