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Breaking Free
A Novel

by Lauraine Snelling

      After a tragic accident that killed her only child and sent her to prison for seven years, Maggie Roberts now has a chance for an early out if she joins a program to rehab wayward racehorses.

After just getting by and surviving the horrors of jail, she loves the freedom, the horses, and seems to have a real flair for the work, transforming a horse that even she wasn't sure could be saved.

The retired racehorse, whose name is Breaking Free, is a mirror to Maggie, and she falls in love with him. But a local businessman and his son also have an attachment to the horse. Can Maggie let go of her fear of closeness and risk being real?

A real keeper, and highly recommended.

The Book

Faith Words / Hachette Book Group USA
August 21, 2007
Fiction / Women’s
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The Reviewer

Nancy Arant Williams
Reviewed 2007
NOTE: Reviewer Nancy Williams is the author of 20 books, including inspirational romances Coming Home to Mercy Street, In the Company of Angels, and In The Shadow of the Cherubim. Her latest releases are And the Heavens Wept and In a Glass Darkly
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