Dark Sunshine (Phantom Stallion #3) by Terri Farley

By Terri Farley

The vintage topic of a lady and her horse is decided opposed to a backdrop of mustangs, tumbleweeds, and a West that?s nonetheless Wild. within the 3rd e-book of the sequence darkish Sunshine, Sam rescues an abused horse from rustlers, yet wishes the Phantom?s assist in convincing the younger mare to belief her. a while 10+

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Then, all at once, she recognized the movement. Stirrup leathers bounced out with each galloping step the palomino took, but the saddle above them was empty. Sam urged Ace into a run, planning a path that would intersect with the palomino’s. Out on the range, with darkness coming on, a riderless horse could only mean trouble.

It was sad that the little mustang was happier staring into the darkness. “Gram says—” “I didn’t come for breakfast, Sam. ” Brynna didn’t look away from the horses, but Sam stood beside her now, and she saw the dark circles under the redhead’s eyes. Brynna’s tone made Sam fear she was to blame for the woman’s sleepless night. Terri Farley / 53 Brynna wasn’t wearing her uniform today. She wore gray cords and a teal pullover. Far from making her red hair and blue eyes more vivid, the teal emphasized the fact that Brynna’s eyes looked faded and tired.

It’s perfect,” Sam said. ” “That may be all the woman did right,” Brynna said. “Mrs. Bloom’s phone is disconnected. ” Brynna sighed. ” Brynna raised one eyebrow as she regarded Sam. ” Sam asked. ” Sam thought of the mare, thirsty and bewildered in that mountain trap. ” “There are laws against mistreating animals, and they broke them. ” Sam felt a flush of warmth at Brynna’s support, until the woman went on in her cold, official voice. ” 54 / Phantom Stallion Anyone would have spotted a fresh brand.

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