Asha Hamilton is mentioned in Book 1, Fool Me Once, and introduced in Book 2, A Bitter Wind Blows. Readers know she was a member of the U.S Equestrian Team at the Atlanta Games but the reason for her Olympic debacle and the bitter rift with her twin sister, beautiful, sexy and talented international interior designer, Alix Hamilton, is only alluded to.
In Book 3, Signs of Life, it all comes out…all the juicy, salacious details the media lap up. Readers learn what really happened and are happy for Asha when Tim Hadley enters her life. At that point, Asha lives at Willow Farm in picture-postcard Vermont and runs a riding school with two partners.
But circumstances are changing for all three and it’s time to make some decisions. Asha decides she wants to ride purely for pleasure and needs a complete change of career, so she embarks on business venture with a new friend in a new place. This time she’s not wearing dirty breeches; she’s wearing a clean apron!
Readers get to know Asha in Book 3, Signs of Life, and follow her into Book 4, Ride A Pale Horse, the current work in progress .