andlt;b andgt;As if an equestrian competition isnand#8217;t enough, Lauren also has to fight for her status as It-girl in this addition to the Canterwood Crest series.andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Lauren is about to be testedandnbsp;in more ways than one. Not only does she have to participate in a competition that will determine her future at Canterwood, someone from Laurenand#8217;s past makes an extremely unexpected appearance in her new life. Can she handle it alland#8212;or will cracks start to show in her new It-girl armor?
andlt;Bandgt;Jessica Burkhartandlt;/Bandgt; is twenty-four years old and a full-time freelance writer. She was a competitive equestrian when she was younger, but had to stop riding after spinal surgery. Jessica blogs daily and lives in New York City.
nicky1450, August 18, 2012 (view all comments by nicky1450)
I really enjoyed the book. It had a lot less drama than the last one. I liked the way that everything just snapped into place. That being said, I still prefer the other characters to Lauren's gang. They just seemed like they were so much more developed and had more of a personality.
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