Rings of Fire: Book IV of The Dressage Chronicles

When it comes to fear, horses and humans are not so different emotions can overtake reason The rubber snake might as well be a real snake the nightmare reality when they elicit the same response Blind fear will make both horse and rider try to outrun lions, even when those lions are made of paper Blind fear can send you straight over a cliff, and even if you manage toWhen it comes to fear, horses and humans are not so different emotions can overtake reason The rubber snake might as well be a real snake the nightmare reality when they elicit the same response Blind fear will make both horse and rider try to outrun lions, even when those lions are made of paper Blind fear can send you straight over a cliff, and even if you manage to pull up before the edge, that is no way to live life It is only through training, training, and training, and then testing that training, that you learn to turn and face fear, find courage, and welcome the ride, wild though it promises to be These are the rings of fire, the trials that lie ahead for all of us, whether they be taking command of a spooky horse or navigating human problems Once trained, with worthy companions marching with you, shoulder to shoulder, you are ready for the ride Welcome to The Dressage Chronicles IV Rings of Fire.
Rings of Fire Book IV of The Dressage Chronicles When it comes to fear horses and humans are not so different emotions can overtake reason The rubber snake might as well be a real snake the nightmare reality when they elicit the same response Blind

  • Title: Rings of Fire: Book IV of The Dressage Chronicles
  • Author: Karen McGoldrick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Rings of Fire: Book IV of The Dressage Chronicles”

    1. Awesome readI have been waiting for this book for a while and it was as enjoyable as I could have hoped. I burned through it in less than 48 hours because I love the characters, both two legged and four.

    2. What a wonderful and honest dressage series. A wonderful ending to the series although I wish it would have continued. I'm glad the author did not leave any unfinished ends!

    3. One of the best horsey fiction series currently available- and I'm no dressage queen.Had to binge read the newest chronicle of life at Equus Paradisio, and it didn't disappoint.

    4. I devoured this book! What a fabulous continuation of the story with fantastic, authentic descriptions of the riding and horses. I want more!!

    5. A beautiful finish to a great series. My only grievance was the abrupt ending that left questions on my part as to how the characters go there. Perhaps a short story in the making?

    6. The best book yet!As an AA dressage rider at the bottom rung, I find Karen's books to be informative, entertaining and a great read! I just couldn't put this one down and I'm so overjoyed with how it all turned out! I fretted, chewed my cuticles, and cried with joy along with the characters. Thank you for a fantastic book and a series that not only fed my horse book addition, but my passion for dressage too!

    7. Excellent ' horse' story for adults! This series is very well written, by an author who knows what she is writing about through her own experiences, and touches that little girl inside us all who marveled over horses at the pony rides. This is a nice story of some working students,their trainer and owners of the farm all work and live on. Great plots and characters, with all action well described so I felt like I was there watching. Encourage all animal lovers to try this series out.

    8. Lovely book!Lovely book that closes out a great series. Wonderful job!! Cannot wait to see more work from you. Hope to follow a few of the characters on with their adventures.

    9. All's Well That Ends WellThis final, well written book in the DRESSAGE CHRONICLES series does not disappoint. From the believable, well a developed human and equine characters to the plot that ends happily but realistically, this has been a wonderful series. Usually, one must choose between good stories and good writing for equestrian novels, but Karen McGoldrick is both an equestrian insider and gifted and literate writer. I look forward to more from her!

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