You can’t win.

That’s what Aideen’s father tells her as she readies for the Wilding, Eachann’s most dangerous horse race. It’s the same competition that claimed her brother’s life four years earlier. Aideen is determined to prove her father wrong.

On the back of her horse, Esther, Aideen discovers competing in the Wilding takes more than just good riding. To survive, she must become Wild.

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“It contains some wonderful imagery, some gripping suspense, and some characters to love (and some to hate). You don’t have to be a horse lover to enjoy the yarn.”

“A gripping plot, in-depth characters, and vivid descriptions make this a book that is hard to set down.”

“Once it pulls you in, you’re hooked.”

18 thoughts on “You can’t win.”

  1. Your book will be read by me and then given to my two granddaughters who are avis riders and got their love of horses from me !!!!


  2. I haven’t read your book and am embarrassed to say so. I saw your list of the horse books you have read another site. I had read all of them and they are beloved keepsakes. I am also a trained journalist but realized after 4 years of college that I am a creative writer. I did write feature stories but now I write my horse stories. I have one book finished and another one outlined. You were right in your assessment that most horstories are for young adults with the exception of Seabiscuit mine would be for all ages because it includes molestation into grapes in the death my mother at age 16 This is wrapped around my horses and thier stories. They sustained me through everything.


    1. The book has only been out for a few weeks so I can forgive this very minor transgression! Contact me through the author page. It’s great to know another journo into horses and fiction!


  3. I accidentally sent this before I was done editing it. I have had Multiple Sclerosis for 30 years. My current horse got me out of a wheelchair and walking again after 14 years in a chair. That’s the second book. If you really read these, I’d like to know what you think. I’m joining the International Alliance of Eqestrian Journalists. Thank you for the information.


  4. Hey, I’m from Malaysia and I don’t have a Kindle. Is there any way I can get a paperback copy of your book or something? I’m really interested.


      1. If I understand the pricing and country codes correctly, I think it would be $8 shipping on my end. I charge $15 for a book coming directly to me, so the total would be $23 (and I could sign the copy if you’d like!). Contact me at if you’d like to set this up.


  5. I just wanted to say how much I totally enjoyed the piece you wrote about bringing your horses home on Horse Collabrative it was really funny and really awesome thanks for that i didnt stop laughing…


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