Opposites attract? Laura Brown, interior designer and James Morgan-Jones, horse whisperer - and Midnight Sky, a beautiful but damaged steeplechaser.
Laura seems to have it all, glamorous job, charming boyfriend. Her sister, Maggie, struggles with money, difficult children and an unresponsive husband. She envies her sister’s life, but are things as idyllic as they seem?
She might be a farmer's daughter but Laura is doing her best to deny her roots, even deny her true feelings. Until she meets James, but James is very married, and very much in love, to a wife who died two years ago. They both have issues to face from their past, but will it bring them together, or push them apart?
Praise for Midnight Sky: '...Jan has wound in realistic conflicts, a must for horse lovers too, plus some lovely romantic scenes...but, will it be a happy ending? Midnight Sky, takes you to the final pages before her story concludes and it isn't always how you might expect.'
This publication is written in British English. Spellings and grammatical conventions are conversant with the UK.
Also by Jan Ruth: Wild Water, White Horizon, The Long & The Short Of It.
About Jan Ruth
Jan Ruth lives in North Wales and her novels feature the rugged Welsh landscape and more often than not, her love of dogs and horses. Although she writes serious love stories with strong characterisation, she also captures the humour of modern everyday life and the endless complications of relationships.