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Horsefever : a novel

Author: Lee Hope
Publisher: Moorhead, MN : New Rivers Press, [2016]
Series: American fiction series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
Nikole Swensen has the drive and raw talent to compete in the sport of horse eventing--and win. But fear holds her back from realizing her full potential. So her husband, a wealthy Vermont landowner, hires Gabe, a gifted former eventer, half paralyzed from a jumping accident. Before long, a powerful spiritual and physical attraction develops between Nikki and Gabe. As Nikki moves to higher levels of competition,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Hope
ISBN: 9780898233322 0898233321
OCLC Number: 923796581
Notes: Novel.
Description: 338 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title: American fiction series.
Other Titles: Horse fever
Responsibility: by Lee Hope.

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Nikole Swensen has the drive and raw talent to compete in the sport of horse eventing--and win. But fear holds her back from realizing her full potential. So her husband, a wealthy Vermont landowner, hires Gabe, a gifted former eventer, half paralyzed from a jumping accident. Before long, a powerful spiritual and physical attraction develops between Nikki and Gabe. As Nikki moves to higher levels of competition, their respective spouses, Cliff and Carla, grow jealous. The two couples become lost in a tangle of ambition and passion, lust and suspicion leading inevitably to murder.

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