Mia Hadley, daughter of Asha and Tim Hadley, visits Tennessee with her mother in Book 3, Signs of Life, and falls madly in love with a blue roan Tennessee Walking Horse, as only a young girl can.
When the Hadleys relocate to Tennessee from Vermont, Asha is determined to find Mia’s dream horse, a blue roan of her own, for her tenth birthday. Mia’s a good little rider, as you’d expect when her mother is a former Olympic competitor in Three-Day Eventing, but riding a gaited horse is a whole new experience and she’s hooked. So not only a blue roan, but a gaited blue roan…not impossible, but kind of a tall order.
That proves easier said than done in Book 4, Ride A Pale Horse. Asha has looked far and wide across the southeast, with the birthday fast approaching and a “Plan B” present lined up instead.
Will Mia be disappointed on her birthday, or will there be a happy ending? (Spoiler: it’s a Romance novel with happy endings mandatory!)