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" Two kindred spirits find each other in this beautifully writtern memoir about the human-animals bond. Horses can heal a hurting heart. I know a few has done that for me.Published 7 days ago by Nichols Renauld
One of the best books I have read not just on horses but in general. The last part was hard to read, had to put it down a lot as so sad. Read morePublished 28 days ago by C.
As a lifetime horse lover I knew I would enjoy this book and I wasn't wrong. Susan writes a touching memoir about how a rescued horse also saves her life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leslie Keller
I read this book years ago. It was probably only a year or two after it came out. This is one of those that stabs you.... I cried so hard as I worked through the final pages. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Coco
A book that touched my soul. I love this book so much and can't help but cry buckets of tears over this one. It's a captivating story that reflects each one of us. Must read.Published 1 month ago by betty_weller13
First, I finished it. I don't always. Yes, this Susan Richards was going over and over her failed relationships, her unwillingness or inability to get close to anything but horses. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Star
Good reading. A real life book with real emotion. It wasn't a fairy tale just real. I'm looking forward to reading more of her writing.Published 1 month ago by One doggone Dane