Ride like the wind
Standing still the black mare was like an arrow held in a drawn bow, only waiting to be set free, to fly faster than the eye could follow.
Jinny’s world is falling apart: Easter is dying and Jinny’s father wants to sell Finmory. So when she sees Kat Dalton riding a beautiful black thoroughbred across the moors, all Jinny can see is perfection.
But when she sets out to prove that Shantih is the better of the two horses, Jinny soon realises that Kat is battling demons of her own.