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I hadn’t realised the rest of the Silver Brumby stories had been released in this sequel to this book I already own. I love the Silver Brumby stories. They always make me feel nostalgic.
Following on from the success of The Silver Brumby Centenary Edition, this bind-up contains the next four titles in the Silver Brumby series – Moon Filly, Silver Brumby Whirlwind, Son of the Whirlwind and Silver Brumby, Silver Dingo and continues the story of Thowra, the magnificent silver stallion, king of the brumbies. This beautiful edition will be treasured by the many fans of The Silver Brumby series, who will delight in these four titles being published together.
Casey Donovan has issues: hair, height and uncontrollable trips to the 19th century! And now this—she’s accidentally taken Nate Mackenzie, the cutest boy in the school, back in time. Awkward.
Protocol pressures her to tell their 1860 hosts that he is her brother and when Casey finds she has a handsome, wealthy (and unwanted) suitor, something changes in Nate. Are those romantic sparks or is it just “brotherly” protectiveness?
When they return to the present, things go back to the way they were before: Casey parked on the bottom of the rung of the social ladder and Nate perched high on the very the top. Except this time her heart is broken. Plus, her best friend is mad, her parents are split up, and her younger brother gets escorted home by the police. The only thing that could make life worse is if, by some strange twist of fate, she took Nate back to the past again.
Which of course, she does.
Playing around on Amazon I found this freebie. I hope it’s worth my time reading so I thought I’d give it a shot even though the negative reviews seem pretty thoughtful and honest about why the reader didn’t like it. At any rate, it’s free.