How can we harness the future if the past will not set us free? An emotive story of love, loss and letting go. Opposites attract? Laura Brown, interior designer and James Morgan-Jones, horse whisperer - and Midnight Sky, a beautiful but damaged steeplechaser. Laura seems to have it all, glamorous job, charming boyfriend. Her sister, Maggie, struggles with money, difficult children and an unresponsive husband. She envies her sister's life, but are things as idyllic as they seem?
She might be a farmer's daughter but Laura is doing her best to deny her roots, even deny her true feelings. Until she meets James, but James is very married, and very much in love, to a wife who died two years ago. They both have issues to face from their past, but will it bring them together, or push them apart?
i was given a copy of this for a honest review ,this is the first of hers ive read and ive really enjoyed it and i will definetely be reading more of her books what a gorgeous read loved the book didnt want it to end loved the characters and how the chemistry between them all was slowly being built between them all. this story as alot about relationships and families bonding to i loved how jan put all these things into one story i will be reading more by jan ruth