Item description for April's Trust by Amy Rowen...
April's Trust is based on the true story of April Mourning Rowen (Born April 24, 1989-Died December 31, 2001)
Two estranged brothers hassle with their strained relationship when they accept the burden they inherited from their sister. Yes, there was a lot of money--but in order to get the money they must care for their late sister's beloved, spoiled rotten horse, April. However, the story depicts how resentment can become love. Love can become more important than even money when the brothers gain April's Trust.
All events in this story involving April are true but rearranged to fit the story. Although this novel is a work of fiction any similarities between characters in the book and real persons are not a coincidence.
This book is dedicated to April, my soul mate. Whenever you feed your horse a treat--(preferably one from SpoilYourHorse.com)--Please Remember April.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.39 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2004
Publisher Merrilltrowbridge Publishing
ISBN 1932985018 ISBN13 9781932985016
Reviews - What do customers think about April's Trust?
Enchanting and good humor! May 13, 2002
I was enchanted by this book. The author has a wonderful sense of humor. She drew me into the book with her charm then plucked my heart strings with the ending. I read the book in one sitting because I couldn't put it down (I was almost late picking my son up from soccer practice!)
Funny, sad, with a twist - a must read for any animal lover! May 3, 2002
April's Trust is a must read for anyone interested in a great story filled with wit, suspense, and an intriguing plot! Even more so for anyone with a love for horses, or animals of any kind. Amy Rowen has deepened her skills with this latest endeavor by fully drawing the reader in to a sometimes comical, sometimes sad, utterly unusual, but somehow totally believable story. I was not anticipating the extent to which I was captivated by the characters in the plot, the connection that can and does happen between people and animals, and by the character evolution throughout the pages. The real surprise comes at the end, which at once had me crying, then smiling, then finally in awe of the talent of Amy Rowen as a writer when I "got it". Superbly done.