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  • Book 4 of the pony series

    Book 4 of the pony series - this book goes back and you learn about Mark and where he is coming from and what his life is like. Plus Jenny receives her pony name and is fitted and prepped for the auction. She has some setbacks and learns what kind of discipline she can expect, plus how hard the day to day can be! Book four is hotter and is even better than the first 3 books. If you like pony books - you'll LOVE this one.

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  • Training the sexy pony

    This book is significantly longer than the previous ones in the series with a lot more going on and a lot more attention being paid to Jenny's time as a pony. It is, I think, the most self-contained of the books and the one that best stands on its own, but I really don't recommend reading it unless you've read the preceding books or many of the story lines that run through the book won't make sense. Even having read those books, there are a number of story lines that make people's motivations very unclear. Named and Shamed has a nice pace that certainly held my interest and, like the preceding books, leaves you without a conclusion and, thus, wanting more. Largely, I am waiting for the omnibus edition that includes all the books, since then, I hope, there's resolution of all the different sub-plots.

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  • Giddy up

    Jenny gets named and her first taste of pony life. Seems everyone wants a piece of her and some will go to lengths to make it happen. After one of these events Jenny ( now petals) misses the opportunity to chat with the other fillies in what to expect and who makes the best trainer. Seems one trainers evil plans have worked. Question is will she go with her gut or run scared. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • ★ All ponied up, and still nowhere close to home ★

    Just when we think Master Mark Matthews just cannot get any more enticing, we get a glimpse of him in his powerful corporate setting, and it is very illuminating how he runs his company. What is even more insightful is the direction of his thoughts while he is away from the Albrecht Stables… Expecting to be saved by her father (any time, now), Jenny is loathe to admit that she is beginning to see and feel what all the fuss is about and at the same time hating being forced into submission by everyone there. It is only day three of her new training, too. She remains uncertain if that is more or less than the loathing she has for the full-on pony tack she has been fitted into earlier that day. Auction day will be another different round of hell entirely, little does she know!

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