A lovely novel with a fast moving plot. I had a hard time putting this one down, and I'm wondering if there will be another in the series.
After reading Riding Lessons and being throughly annoyed by Annemarie Zimmer and her daughter Eva, I wasn't sure if I really even wanted to begin this one. I only did because I already owned it. But boy I'm glad I did. Gruen has used this sequel to develop all the characters from Riding Lessons into characters you can really care about. Plus the situations are more believable. This turned out to be quite an enjoyable book....Continua