AnnaLise and Dietrich Von Freund manage Hunter's Crossing, an equestrian center in Hunterdon County, NJ. AnnaLise mentors her students, providing training and knowledge in all things equine and in matters of the heart. Dietrich, her husband of seventeen years, gives quiet support when estrogen and failed relationships cross paths with recalcitrant horses and the demands of competition.In Book One,...
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ch fulfills a dream; and on her first dressage horse on the first day of the rest of her life, the new German ex-Olympic trainer-- tall, blond and very stern Hans Wilhelm--sets her mane and tail on fire. Hans may be parsimonious with his praise; but he is quick to show his favorite student that a proper seat requires legs here, torso there - the touches swimming with sensuality. Hannah is ready to entrust Hans with more than just her seat but Hans' has a complication that arrives unannounced and that complication threatens to destroy all they've worked to build.In Book Two, Jessica Berns has been eyeing Andy, the farmer who delivers hay, for over three years. Andy can barely string two sentences together around her, let alone get past his blushing. She invites him to her bungalow for dinner, determined to break the ice. Andy had worried that their age difference might be a problem; Jessica proves to him that he has what it takes to keep up with a hot shot rider. She discovers Andy is a fellow equestrian, doing endurance racing with his string of Arabians. To her surprise, Andy has a son her age, just out of the military. Jack and Jessica hit it off so well that Andy backs off, willing to sacrifice his feelings. But how much is too much when a heart's desire stands in the way of another's happiness?