Mia was awake long before dawn on the day of departure and the travelers crept silently from the sleeping household, with only Cricket to see them off. Asha had booked tickets for herself and her seven-year-old daughter from the airport in Burlington for a girls trip, just the two of them. It was the child’s first time out of New England and her first airplane journey. Ostensibly, they were flying to Nashville to visit Asha’s cousin Caroline.
But Asha always has a plan and she’s actually on her way to Tennessee to take a look at Riverwood, the equestrian community where Caroline lives.
Book 3, Signs of Life, is the third in the Riverwood series. Asha was mentioned in Book 1, Fool Me Once, now through its second round of edits and anticipating a release date in the not-too-distant future. She was introduced in Book 2, A Bitter Wind Blows, which is in my editor’s hands, and now becomes the main character as the saga continues. Book 3 has just been completed and is out with several “critical readers” to check for glitches before I send it to my editor.
The main characters in all three stand-alone books are horse owners and avid riders. The stories are rich with detail that horse lovers who love to read books about horses will enjoy, set in Big South Fork, Tennessee, “the trailriding capital of the southeast.”