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    Love this book

    I love love love this book have read the whole series but I wish there were more, maybe one about jow there new life was going/started or something like that . I highly recommend this book
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    Lawyering Up

    This is the conclusion of the M. Garzon saga about Tea (TAY-uh) and Jaden. Could you read this as a standalone? Absolutely. There's a wonderful story here. But reading it in conjunction with the first two books puts everything in context, with more depth. This is a first person tale, and narrator Kasi Hollowell has a voice exactly as I would expect Tea to sound. She also does a lovely job providing distinctive voices for other characters. The story itself is somewhat Romeo and Juliet, but with a better ending (no teenage bodies strewn about). There is a tremendous amount of detail about horses: training, racing, showing, polo playing, etc.; the little girl who fell in love with Black Beauty approves as much as the adult who enjoys learning new things. I must say Tea is like an old Timex watch ad: takes a licking and keeps on ticking. Every time you turn around (or the page turns) she is getting injured in one manner or another and so has to overcome physical as well as emotional damage at every corner. Parts of that are actually quite realistic given the nature of the sport in which she is involved. But she does seem to take more than her share of lumps. Note (redux): I was fortunate to be able to listen to this series in toto and in order and can strongly recommend it. But if this is the first of the books you've picked up, you will still enjoy it although it does provide spoilers if you go back to read the first two.
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