Two Hearts Healing (Merindah Park, #3)

Two Hearts Healing (Merindah Park, #3)

Merindah Park Series #3


by Renée Dahlia


Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2020-01-01

Pages: 250 Pages

ISBN: 9781489279385


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Australian author Renee Dahlia takes us back to Merindah Park for this rural romance about letting go of the past and the healing power of horses.

It should be the perfect country romance between next door neighbours, but an accident threatens to stop it before it begins. Can they overcome the guilt and find love?

Jockey Serena Bassett had a nice life as a country jockey living in a small town, but when a racing accident leaves her with a brain injury, she wonders if there is more to life than being the good twin, the dependable one. She creates a survival list, carefully keeping her neighbour Lee off the public version of her list. Yes, she'd love to kiss the enigmatic, handsome horse trainer, but her newly discovered personal bravery doesn't extend quite that far...

Horse trainer Lee Edwards is being ripped apart by guilt. He caused the accident that injured Serena, while his horse was uninjured. Being a horse trainer suits him; it's a solitary life and he doesn't have to answer to anyone's demands or listen to his father's voice telling him he will fail. When Serena Basset turns up on his doorstep five months after the accident he caused, he is forced to confront his responsibility over the accident. He can't wipe away that guilt, knowing he screwed up, just like his father predicted he would. He can't accept the easy way her and her brother forgive him. He doesn't want friends, and he sure as hell doesn't want a relationship. Except he can't say no to Serena.

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Renée Dahlia

Renée Dahlia

Renee Dahlia is an unabashed romance reader who loves feisty women and strong, clever men. Her books reflect this, with a side-note of dark humour. Renee has a science degree in physics. When not distracted by the characters fighting for attention in her brain, she works in the horse racing industry doing data analysis. She writes for two racing publications, churning out feature articles, interviews and advertorials. When she isn't reading or writing, Renee wrangles a partner, four children, and volunteers at the local cricket club committee.If you'd like to know more about me, my books, or to connect with...
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