From Deepest Berkshire to gorgeous Jersey: horse racing, big business skulduggery, one wealthy and gorgeous owner meets one very feisty female jockey and sparks fly.
READERS LOVE THIS FABULOUS PREQUEL IN CHRISTINA JONES' THE MILTON ST JOHN TRILOGY!
'Another fantastic novel by Christina Jones, it has you captured from start to finish, well written and presented' ***** Reader review
'An excellent and pleasing story. I am used to read books by Christina and this one is an excellent one' ***** Reader review
'Christina Jones writes wonderfully romantic escapes, the characters become friends and pop up in other stories. Just perfect' ***** Reader review
'Great story & characters... Dive right in to (any of) Christina Jones books - you won't regret it' ***** Reader review
'Excellent book as ever - brilliant prequel' ***** Reader review
All is fair in Love and War...
...But who takes the crown in this battle with desire?
Rosa Brennan loves her job as stable jockey at the Victoriana Grange racing stables in rural Berkshire, where wealthy Jersey-based owner Kit Pedersen keeps his string of top-class horses. But her happiness and the entire future of Victoriana Grange is suddenly thrown into jeopardy by the arrival of the beautiful and arrogant Claudia Rochelle who is determined that Kit should move his horses elsewhere.
When Kit and Rosa meet for the first time sparks fly - but Rosa is determined that Kit mustn't take his horses away - while Claudia, sensing a growing attraction between Kit and Rosa - is equally determined that she will win...
Love Christina Jones' charming romances? Then check out Going the Distance, Jumping to Conclusions and Running the Risk. All part of the heartwarming The Milton St John Trilogy!
Christina Jones has written all of her life (as well as having millions of Proper Jobs including factory worker, secretary, nightclub dancer, blood donor attendant, barmaid, waitress, civil servant and fruit picker) Christina first had a short story published when she was just 14 years old. She has written for teenage and women's magazines - fiction and non-fiction - for a number of years, had her own humour column in The Oxford Times, and has contributed to national newspapers.