Kirstie Scott lives for horses. She is leading a horse trek through Miners' Ridge when a sudden storm causes a landslide. She is trapped alone in Dead Man's Canyon with a herd of wild horses whose leader - a proud stallion - has been hurt by falling rocks. Cold, wet, and alone in the gathering storm - can she find a way out and help the injured stallion?
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Don't miss the other books in The Horses of Half Moon Ranch Series:Rodeo Rocky Midnight Lady - Available in Spring 2009
A mystery horse has appeared on Eagle's Peak. He's the perfect Native American mustang - strong, athletic, wilful... And lost! Kirstie names the beautiful Appaloosa Joe. But her attempts to tempt him down to Half-Moon Ranch fail. When two strangers turn up claiming ownership, Kirstie should be relieved; with winter closing in, Joe surely won't survive much longer out on the peak. But somehow she doesn't trust the strangers - and nor, it seems, does Joe...