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Hard Charging Hearts (Gallant Hearts Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B01MCTFO0N
- Publication date : November 4, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 3329 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 493 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,154,499 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Jo starts figuring herself out in the lyst and what she can do to help improve and promote the company. Ro (by far my personal favorite horse of the company) starts to become a big boy. You really see her start to fit in even better within the troupe (that even possible?). The horsemanship is spot on and the development of the characters is spectacular, even when you want to hit a few of them with a pallet of bricks.
The growth and development between Bart and Jo is both nail biting and aggravating all at the same time. The shear awkwardness between the two just makes you want to force them to get their feelings out in the open. It's like they both need to wear the get-along-together-or-else shirt until the learn to express how they really feel about one another.
You learn more of the history between the brothers of both their families and their past transgressions. You can't help but feel sorry for Aaron while wanting to get the biggest set of shears you can possibly find to trim the wings of that god awful harpy. But she is a necessary evil. Her character helps to give Bart more depth and to help readers understand him that much more. You really just want to grab her by the hair and drag her away so that the troupe can operate in peace. Yet the way Jo handles the harpy is exactly what you expect of our beloved heroin. Not only does she deal with the harpy in a very professional manner, she also harasses her the way only a knowledgeable horse person can do.
The descriptions of everything from the feelings of the characters to the drool that Tucker produces is so clear it forms in your head beautifully. J.D Harrison's way with words really forms a movie in your head that you can't help but keep watching and get angry when you have to pause it. You can also just see her getting you prepared to start flinging those bricks off the pallet at every twist and turn and especially when the characters need to get their draft sized heads out of their rears.
What I love is that there is the perfect amount of foreshadowing. Just enough to keep you going, but not enough for you to be able to predict where the tale is going. She also just leaves you wondering "how in the world was X character able to resist just destroying Y character". It's the perfect touch that is refreshing and capturing. I can't wait for the next book to release!
We see more of some of the other guys, which is lovely. More emotional breakthroughs, more road blocks. So well written, I could NOT put it down, I'm not even sure I ate dinner! I think i cried slightly less during this book then the first, but that was a good thing. Read it, you will not be sorry!