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  • Contemporary Romance - Australia - LGBTQIA

    Making Her Mark by Renee Dahlia Merindah Park #2 I remember reading horse stories when I was young and loved them. I have read a few as an adult but not nearly as many as I would like to. This is not REALLY a horse story but more a story of a young woman who is a jockey and how she has chosen to live her life. She is strong, aware, focused, complex and interesting. Rachel Bassett is a woman in a profession that is predominately male and often feels passed over when jockeys are chosen based entirely on being a female. When she and her girlfriend breakup publicly after a huge race in which she had a big win a friend from high school, Allira, steps in and offers her a place to stay. While there she meets Allira’s’ older brother, Jacob Mullagh, and there is instant attraction. Since both Rachel and Jacob are focused on their professional goals they do their best, for awhile, to avoid acting on the chemistry. This book taught me more than I thought it would. I learned more about racing, jockeys, betting and how attraction works in a person who considers themselves bi. At the back of the book there was historical and other pertinent information related to the history of Australia, horses in racing, jockeys and other fascinating tidbits. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more by this author? Definitely What would I like to see in future books of this series? Allira’s story, Rachel’s twin Serena’s story and a few others. Thank you to Harper Collins Escapea Publishing Australia and NetGalley for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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    With racing as the background to this story and starring also an A F L player it was an interesting entertaining read

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