Synopses & Reviews
Seventeen-year-old Francie Martinez rides with one of the best equitation trainers in the country, and works as a groom to pay her way. Shes dreamed of winning the Maclay finals, and now that its her last year to compete the pressure is really on. But just when Francie needs to focus more than ever, everything turns upside down, and soon shes not so sure if winning is really all that important, much less the point.
In this fast-paced coming-of-age story, brimming with fascinating details about the competitive horse world, Kim Ablon Whitney has drawn on her own experiences to create a backdrop perfect for Francies story as she tries to figure out who she wants to be and what really matters in life.
In this fast-paced coming-of-age story, Francie tries to figure out who she wants to be and what really matters in life in this novel brimming with fascinating details about the competitive horse world.
About the Author
Kim Ablon Whitney is a full-time writer and part-time horse show judge who recently received her Masters of Fine Arts in creative writing from Emerson College. She lives with her husband, son, and greyhound in Cambridge, Massachusetts.