Item description for The Mustang Breaker (Horse Dreams Trilogy, Book 2) by Stephen A. Bly...
Overview Heavy-hearted divorcee Develyn Worrell's mood continues to lighten as she enjoys the equine charms of a small Wyoming town. There the Lord's leading becomes clearer, even as cowboy romances and the relationship with her daughter become more complicated.
Publishers Description In this second book of the winsome Horse Dreams trilogy, heavyhearted divorcee Develyn Worrell's mood continues to lighten as she has escaped Indiana to enjoy the equine charms of a small Wyoming town. There, in a place she visited as a child and has dreamt of ever since, the Lord's leading becomes clearer, even as cowboy romances and the relationship with her grown daughter get more complicated.
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Studio: B&H Fiction
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.18" Height: 0.91" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2006
Publisher Broadman And Holman
Series Horse Dreams Trilogy
Series Number 2
ISBN 0805431721 ISBN13 9780805431728
Availability 0 units.
More About Stephen A. Bly
Stephen Bly lives in the mountains of north-central Idaho on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. He has written more than 70 books for adults and kids, including a number of popular series for Crossway, and serves as pastor of the Winchester Community Church. He is also the town's mayor. Visit his website at www.blybooks.com.
Stephen A. Bly currently resides in Winchester, in the state of Idaho. Stephen A. Bly was born in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Mustang Breaker (Horse Dreams Trilogy, Book 2)?
The saga continues in this rich modern cowboy girl tale... Mar 4, 2006
Bly pulls you further into the life of Develyn Worrell in the second book of this series...with several twists and turns along the way. Just when you think Develyn may have found her match, she realizes he isn't the one for her. She has so many male admirers she could take her pick. In walks the Mustang Breaker from book 1 in the trilogy, but could he become more than a friend? Develyn certainly finds him appealing and exciting, but is that enough? The Lord shows Develyn that her summer in Wyoming isn't all about her, but about the needs of others. Once she puts that into perspective, things become more clear. Leaving her future in the Lord's hands, she determines to live each day as it comes, and to the fullest. She also realizes that this time she must accept nothing less than all God wants for her life, or she will risk compromising her future. By the end of The Mustang Breaker (book 2), the reader is still wondering about Develyn's daughter's crisis, which has yet to be revealed. Also, Develyn has now eliminated two men from her list of potential future mates. Is the man she least expects the one the Lord has for her? I have a feeling book three in the trilogy will reveal that answer. Meanwhile, Casey Cree-Ryder seems to have found her soul mate. I can't help wondering if a double wedding is ahead. Waiting patiently for the final book in the Horse Dreams Trilogy, and wondering what great mystery will be revealed that will conclude this series.
Another good read Jan 10, 2006
The Mustang Breaker by Stephen Bly is the second book in the Horse Dreams Trilogy. The rich characterizations of Bly puts the reader firmly in the head of schoolmarm Dev Worrell as she tries to find out if you really can go home again. Sided by her free spirited girlfriend Casey, Dev searches her life, her plans, and her heart, but it takes a salty horse breaker and rodeo hand to help her understand what she finds in her search. The Mustang Breaker is another good read from a talented writer.
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