Bareback

  • Title: Bareback
  • Author: D. Jackson Leigh
  • ISBN: 9781602820715
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bareback Betrayal is a wound that rarely heals A devastating accident that claims the life of her Olympic bound mount lands Jessica Black and her new stallion at Cherokee Falls Equestrian Center where she is
    Betrayal is a wound that rarely heals A devastating accident that claims the life of her Olympic bound mount lands Jessica Black and her new stallion at Cherokee Falls Equestrian Center, where she is teamed up with an arrogant, womanizing trainer Skyler Reese is a former gold medalist, now blacklisted as a professional rider The sparks that fly between the two women areBetrayal is a wound that rarely heals A devastating accident that claims the life of her Olympic bound mount lands Jessica Black and her new stallion at Cherokee Falls Equestrian Center, where she is teamed up with an arrogant, womanizing trainer Skyler Reese is a former gold medalist, now blacklisted as a professional rider The sparks that fly between the two women are anything but friendly at first, but the heat between them changes to passion as Skyler helps Jessica prepare for the upcoming competition Still, a dark secret Jessica is hiding threatens both her bid to win a spot on the U.S Equestrian Team and Skyler s triumphant return to the eventing circuit.

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      Published :2019-04-10T18:20:11+00:00

    About D. Jackson Leigh


    1. D Jackson Leigh grew up barefoot and happy, swimming in farm ponds and riding rude ponies in rural south Georgia Her love of reading was nurtured early on by her grandmother, an English teacher who patiently taught her to work New York Times crossword puzzles in the daily paper, and by her mother who stretched the slim family budget to bring home grocery store copies of Trixie Belden mysteries and Bobbsey Twins adventures that Jackson would sit up all night reading.It was her passion for writing led her quite accidentally to a career in journalism and, ultimately, North Carolina where she lives with her small pack of three terror, uh, terriers.


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    1. This is Leigh's first book and while it's not bad for a debut book, it is nowhere near as good as her others. You can difinetly tell how she has grown as a writer, over the years. I had a lot of trouble with the characters, the weren't really likeable to me. And while I warmed up to some, others I just never really cared about. I also found the romance to go from sleeping together once or twice to being in love. It seemed really fast.The beginning is also a bit slow, though the book does pick up [...]

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    2. My first read by this author.When the book started, I didn't particularly like any of the characters. I suppose it's good, then, that I made something of an impulse buy or otherwise I am not sure I'd have continued. Oh, maybe 10% chance I'd have stopped. Not much more than that. But the characters began to grow on me, at least the two main characters, Jessica and Skyler. Kate never really grew on me. I had trouble seeing her as more than an rich old overly-opinionated woman, who stubbornly got h [...]

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    3. I think as a reviewer there is a difficult balance between always moving forward with new talent, new titles and current releases, but also acknowledging that previous novels may need a visit every now and then. It is easy to assume readers new to this genre must be aware of these great books, these wonderful writers, but then - maybe not. With that in mind I thought I would review a series of books that always put a smile on my face. D. Jackson Leigh wrote the first in the series back in 2008, [...]

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    4. Good, quick read, story flowed nicely.

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    5. the sequel is MUCH betterThis book opened weak on characterization and conflict and pretty much stayed that way for about half the book. I had a hard time initially getting into the story. But it did pick up, and the Virginia setting and horses add life, community, and originality. I wouldn't give more than 2 - 2 ½ stars for the first half maybe 3 - 3 ½ stars for the second half. However, the sequel to this book called Long Shot outshines Bareback by leaps and bounds (this is the author's firs [...]

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    6. Enjoyable lesbian romance x pony book, with the hallmarks of both. Conflict, angst, tears, misunderstandings, ill-considered affairs, kisses, and sex for the romance part. Half passes, stallions, water jumps, manure, and a strong bond with a difficult horse for the pony part. It took a couple of chapters for the book to find its stride -- the writing was a little awkward at first, but it soon smoothed off as the writer found her groove.The horse plot was interesting, and less predictable than th [...]

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    7. I'm reviewing this because Cheyenne Blue asked me for a review, and the thing is, she's entirely right: it's a pony book plus a lesbian romance. And I really do want to read more of Leigh's work. Because in a way it's basically like reading Bill/Clarissa, or Rita Mae Brown Sister Jane books the way I wish they were. And I think that's the thing with this: this book was Sister Jane the way I wish those books were, and for that, I love and adore it.

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    8. I really wasn't sure this would be for me because I'm not into equestrian stories, but the characters are wonderful and the romance is so lovely that it charmed my socks off. I'm going to have to go and read all of her backlist now.

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