As a child, Katie loved ponies, all things pink and sparkly and dashing event rider Roger Fleming Bowen. Now in her twenties, she’s escaped a desk job in London, packed her collection of pink polo shirts and moved to Northumberland to work for her childhood hero.
The attraction between the two of them is instant and Katie’s keen to win more than rosettes and the silver spurs on offer at the Scottish Championship, but Roger has vowed to never again get involved with his staff, having learnt from casual but disastrous relationships in the past. Then, at an international competition near Inverness, catastrophe strikes for Katie, and Roger is forced to question everything he has been so certain of…
Helen Newman Wood was born in Northumberland and grew up in a small village near the coast. She studied accountancy at university and has managed to successfully juggle office work and her equestrian interests throughout her life. Helen still lives in Northumberland with her husband and daughter. They are accompanied by a rabbit called Neville, a useless cat and a horse who has a strenuous aversion to the vet.
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