A Horseman's Heart

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Barbour Publishing, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 176 pages
3 Reviews

Can Sheridan trust a misplaced cowboy?

North Carolina’s a long, long way from Texas, but horse trainer Kip Lorimer needs to get out of town fast because the woman who long ago destroyed his last remnants of trust has just caught up with him—again.

            Special-ed teacher Sheridan Cross has trust issues of her own, so when Kip shows up with a horse to donate to the family’s equine therapy program, she can’t help but be suspicious. A cowboy a thousand miles from home and living out of a horse trailer? What’s wrong with this picture?


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Love this story

User Review  - Jean West - Christianbook.com

The backdrop to this story is fantastic. I loved learning how horses are used to reach trouble children. I loved all the characters in this story. There were several story lines going on at the same time, and I was glad to read about all of them. Read full review

A cowboy & a love story... what's better!

User Review  - Shona Mitton - Christianbook.com

Interesting and Brilliant story. Very well written with great characters. I'd highly recommend this book if you like a good love story! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Although currently residing in North Carolina, Myra Johnson proudly claims her heritage as a native Texan, and she sorely misses real Texas barbecue! Myra is a two-time ACFW Carol Award finalist, winner of the 2005 RWA Golden Heart, and winner of the 2014 Christian Retailing’s Best Award for historical fiction. Married since 1972, Myra and her husband have two bright, beautiful daughters, two mission-minded sons-in-law, and seven amazing grandchildren. The Johnsons share their home with a couple of very pampered rescue dogs.

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