If you love mystery, a dash of faith, and horses, then you definitely need to check out this book.
It’s 1905 and Nora has lost her father. She has made up her mind to save their horse farm, which isn’t doing well, by entering a prized colt named Arrow into the harness races. But women aren’t allowed to race and not even headstrong Nora can get around that rule. Nora needs a male trainer and jockey to help Arrow win.
Silas Cavallero arrives at Emberwild seeking to uncover the mystery behind his father’s death. But dangerous things start happening at the farm, and both Nora and Silas have to work together to uncover the mysteries plaguing Emberwild.
I liked how the book wrapped up but felt the beginning was a little slow. Nora’s spirit and gumption was admirable and I like that this story was told in the South.
Do you like to read historical fiction stories?